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Stories from Friday, May 4, 2007

Wallace embraces economics development role for City of Lewisburg (05/04/07)
Six weeks ago, Terry Wallace took the position of Director of Economic Development for the City of Lewisburg and ever since his phone has not stopped ringing. "I have been in almost constant contact with numerous prospective industries looking to relocate here or expand their operations here," Wallace said. "I've actually shown property to prospects all over Marshall County."...
Kaitlynn and Dunn meet the "Challenge" (05/04/07)
Kaitlynn Scarbrough and Dunn Crowder, fourth grade students in Mrs. Dalton's Westhills Elementary School class, were given a challenge -- "The Dalton Challenge" -- and met it head on. The Dalton Challenge has four components: Inventors, Novel Study, Science Project, and Social Studies. Mrs. Dalton "challenged" all her students to pick one or more of the components, complete the project, then present it to the class...
WES celebrates National Teach Children to Save Day (05/04/07)
Neighborhood playgrounds endorsed during workshop (05/04/07)
Changes are being proposed for Marshall County regulations on housing subdivision standards as county leaders and local developers are working together to improve appearances and their bottom line. They're not incompatible goals, according to Don Nelson, the county's building official who's organized an on-going series of workshops for the public, officials and businessmen since a seminar was conducted in Shelbyville...
Va. Tech shootings analyzed (05/04/07)
Bredesen responds too Bush request
Brandon, Minor elected to council (05/04/07)
Lewisburg voters have elected two new members to their city council as a result of the election on Tuesday. Challenger Quinn Brandon, a local attorney, unseated incumbent Willie Mitchell for the Ward 1 City Council seat, and Lewisburg Middle School teacher Robin Minor succeeds Ward 5 Councilman Roy Wayne Bailey who died in office this year...
Marshall Memos (05/04/07)
Registration is now open for the Lewisburg Parks and Recreation Department Summer Day Camp program. For more information or to sign-up, please call the Sports Complex, 359-1593, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Freeman's Food Fest, 849 Wakefield St., Lewisburg. Come out and eat on May 5, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Catfish, ribs, chicken, burgers, hot dogs and pork chops with all the sides. Proceeds to benefit Women's Conference, October 2007...
Local Meetings (05/04/07)
The Petersburg Planning Commission meets on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall, Petersburg, Tenn. The Marshall County Education Committee will meet on May 7, at 5 p.m. at 2212 Courthouse Annex Building, Lewisburg, TN. The Chapel Hill Planning Commission meets Monday, May 7, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department 119 North Horton Parkway, Chapel Hill for the regular monthly meeting...
Jake Agent commits to Maryville College (05/04/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com Cornersville Bulldog Jake Agent has committed to continue his education and play basketball at Maryville College, located just outside of Knoxville, Tenn. Agent is the son of Paul and Juwana Agent of Cornersville...
Sports Briefs (05/04/07)
Marshall County Youth Football League Did you know that all children between the ages of 5 and 12 are eligible to participate in the football and cheerleading program with Marshall County Youth Football League? It doesn't matter where you live as long as you can get your child to practice and games. ...
Conger named Supreme King (05/04/07)
Bro. Michael Brown, minister and author, to speak at historical society (05/04/07)
The Marshall County Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting Sunday, May 6, 2 p.m. in the Marshall County Historical Museum located in the Hardison School Annex. Bro. Michael A. Brown, minister of Lewisburg's Second Avenue Church of Christ will present excerpts from his newly published book, Faithful Legacy, which is a history of Second Avenue Church of Christ...
Ruth Lemmon Carlton (05/04/07)
Ruth Lemmon Carlton Monday, April 30, 2007 Mrs. Ruth Lemmon Carlton, 87, of the Rover Community in Bedford County, died Monday, April 30, 2007. Mrs. Carlton was a native of Bedford County and was the retired owner of Versailles Grocery in the Versailles Community of Rutherford County. ...
Birth Announcement (05/04/07)
Birth Announcement (05/04/07)
Tanner Clark holds one of his uncle's kids (05/04/07)
Tennessee Fainting Goats can be a trip! Suffering from "empty nest syndrome" and anticipating retirement I decided I would like to have some animals to tend. Before I went to work full time I had geese, ducks, turkeys, rabbits, chickens and other animals...