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Stories from Friday, June 29, 2007

Little League All-Stars ready to shine (06/29/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com When the eight Marshall County Little League All-Star teams finally take the field for play this weekend they will be well prepared for action because of the hard work and dedication of the myriad of volunteer coaches and supportive parents that guide these young boys and girls...
Quik Mart #10 returns to Lewisburg (06/29/07)
In 1979, South Tennessee Oil Company established Quik Mart #10, a convenience store with gasoline, on the corner of North Ellington Parkway and Nashville Highway in Lewisburg. The store occupied that corner, where Walgreen's is now located, until 1998. H. C. Edwards, Jr. leased the corner from Bay Roberts. He spent $35,000 on a metal building and $35,000 on pumps, tanks and canopy for fuel...
Farmers Market to open in July (06/29/07)
The Marshall County Farmers Market will be open for the 2007 season from July thru October, every Friday, from 6 a.m. until noon at Rock Creek Park, inside the Farmers Market Pavilion. The community is invited to come out and support the county's farmers and take advantage of the opportunity to purchase home-grown fruits and vegetables, bedding and potted plants, and much, much more...
Holiday Calendar of Events (06/29/07)
Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Pre-Fourth Celebration Lewisburg Recreation Center, Saturday, June 30 8 a.m. -- Sign-in for Baby Contest, Sports Complex. Contest begins at 10 a.m. free admission. 9 a.m. Arts A Poppin Show and Sale in the Banquet Room at the center...
Life term for Li's murder (06/29/07)
'I believe in the U.S. justice system', says son
Zero lot line homes make debut in STEP with Marshall County (06/29/07)
'Tremendous benefit' for developers, growth
Marshall Memos (06/29/07)
Water Aerobics time at Henry Horton State Park, Tues, Thurs, and Friday at 9 a.m. To sign up visit or mail the $15 fee to the Sr. Center, 230 College St. Lewisburg. The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Pre-Fourth Celebration Fish Fry will be held Saturday evening June 30, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the Lewisburg Recreation Center. Drive thru meals are available. Plates $10. Everyone is invited to come enjoy the fish fry, then go the pageants. Gate fee for pageants $5.00...
Local Meetings (06/29/07)
The Industrial Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will hold their regular scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, July 2, at noon at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street. The City of Lewisburg Alcoholic Beverage Commission will meet on Monday, July 2, at 1 p.m. at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church St., to consider the application by Doug Holden to sell beer for "off premise" consumption at Quick Mart #10...
Sports Briefs (06/29/07)
M.C. Youth Football League & Cheerleading Marshall County Youth Football League will be having signups for football and cheerleading, June 30, from 2-4 p.m. at Jones Field.  League fees are $25 for individual and $35 for family.  Please bring a copy of the child's birth certificate.  Signup forms are also available at the Recreation Center Sports Complex.  Please contact Victor Dixon  (637-1530), Jerome Beasley (703-9123) or Lisa Qualls (293-3908) for more information...
A beacon in the night (06/29/07)
I have heard all my life people use the phrase that "it was like a beacon in the night". Not knowing where that phrase originated, I wanted to know the official meaning of the word 'beacon'. So here it is: "Beacon - a lighthouse, signal buoy, etc., on a shore or at a dangerous area at sea to warn and guide vessels."...
Jewelry helps underwrite foundation (06/29/07)
Marshall couple's three adopted children suffer FX syndrome
Mary Ann Harber (06/29/07)
Mary Ann Harber June 26, 2007 Mary Ann Harber, 55, of Chapel Hill, died Tuesday, June 26, 2007 in Lewisburg. Mrs. Harber was a daughter of the late James Thomas and Elizabeth Thomas Harber. She was retired from Genuine Parts as a sales representative...
Farmers fear higher energy taxes will make a bad situation even worse (06/29/07)
Farmers today are faced with many tough decisions: Do I have the money to purchase new equipment? Should I sell some of the livestock I maintain? Would I save money by planting less acreage? Should I sell the land that has been in my family for generations to developers?...
Please return a piece of my heart (06/29/07)
Dear Editor: My name is Emily Langley. I live in Foley, Ala. which is located just north of Gulf Shores (a popular tourist destination). I am one block off of the major beach highway and one block to the north of a BP gas station where my dog was picked up on May 13 by a black SUV with TN plates that had Stone Mountain, Ga. tag holder...
A Settler's Day to be remembered (06/29/07)
Dear editor: I have lived in Cornersville for about 74 years. During the past years, our little town has had some outstanding celebrations. However, none have been as great as Settler's Day. All of the days activities were so well planned. The food was delicious, the film was informative, the book was interesting, the music was good, seeing many old friends was thrilling, the outhouse race was hilarious, the fireworks were spectacular and all other things were greatly enjoyed by a very large number of people.. ...