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Stories from Friday, June 22, 2007

Outdoor burning is discouraged (06/22/07)
Drought conditions continue
Tire disposal fee to go up by 35 percent (06/22/07)
Tennessee's tire disposal fee is going up 35 percent because of a law passed by the General Assembly that's awaiting the governor's signature. "Isn't that just wonderful," says Vicki Holt, tongue-in-cheek, while working at Andy's Tire Store. She's Andy Holt's wife and she collects the fee for the state on every tire that's to be discarded...
Horse protection order lifted by court (06/22/07)
Marshall County Sessions Court Judge Steve Bowden on Tuesday lifted an order protecting horses that had allegedly suffered abuse, according to the owner's attorney and a sheriff's deputy. Derrick Ulmers of Eagleville Pike told court officers that he has property at Shelbyville where he will move some of the horses and that he plans to sell the rest, Deputy Sean Sweeney said, adding that Ulmers' case will be called again at a later date...
Restitution being paid to day care (06/22/07)
Board fired director, then discovered theft
Retirement and honors are focus of School Bus Awards program (06/22/07)
The morning of Wednesday, May 23 was an emotional time at Marshall County School System's School Bus Garage. For beginning at 8:30 in the confines of the building, awards were presented, a beloved bus driver was remembered, and a longtime friend and employee retired...
Marshall Memos (06/22/07)
Marshall County High School class of 2008 Parent Club is holding an ongoing cell phone fundraiser to raise money for the 2008 Prom. Used cell phones can be dropped off at the Lewisburg Recreation Center, Mooresville Highway, Lewisburg, which is open daily. They may also be dropped off on June 23, at Nappa Auto Parts, West Commerce St., Lewisburg. For more information, call Belinda Mangum at 359-6425...
Local Meetings (06/22/07)
The Election Commission will certify the results of the Cornersville Municipal Election on Friday, June 22, at 2 p.m. Meeting will take place in the office of the Election Commission located at 230 College Street, Suite 120, Hardison Annex. The Marshall County Beer Board will meet on June 25 at 5:30 p.m. in room 2209 of the Courthouse Annex to approve an application for off-premise permit for Randall Keith Beech for Beech's Kountry Korner Market at 1340 Hwy. 99, Lewisburg...
Sports Briefs (06/22/07)
Lewisburg Parks and Recreation sponsors Women's Tennis During the months of June and July, Women's Tuesday Morning Tennis will be held at 7 a.m. at the Lewisburg Recreation Tennis Courts. Bring a racket and a new can of tennis balls. Call 359-7792 for details...
Marshall County students receive scholarships (06/22/07)
Three Marshall County students have been awarded scholarships for the 2007-2008 academic year to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin, according to Judy Rayburn, director of admissions. Ethan Braytenbah, son of Richard and Louanne Braytenbah of Lewisburg, will be a freshman. He received the Chancellor's Award and the Salutatorian Award...
2007 Relay for Life deemed a success (06/22/07)
The 2007 Marshall County Relay for Life totals are in! The grand total raised for the American Cancer Society to date is $53,330.13. The Top 3 Individual fundraisers were Pj Wamblewith $3,005 for her team Bosom Buddies /Pin Busters; Cara Francis with $1,055.61 for her team Okay Tire /Racing For A Cure; and Natalie Grogan with $965 also representing Okay Tire /Racing For A Cure...
Tommie Joe Williams (06/22/07)
Tommie Joe Williams June 20, 2007 Tommie Joe Williams, 68, of the Wheel Community, died Wednesday, June 20, 2007 in Bedford County Medical Center. Mr. Williams was a native of Bedford County, son of the late Luther Kendrick and Katie Sue Noah Williams. He was a dairy farmer...
George William Scott (06/22/07)
George W. Scott June 19, 2007 George William Scott, 79, of Columbia, died Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at his residence. A native of Petersburg, he was the son of the late Allen Thomas Scott and Willie Mae Fowler Scott. He was a graduate of Morgan Preparatory School in Petersburg...