Stories from Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Pre-Fourth Festival attracts hundreds to Arts A Poppin'
Hundreds of Marshall County residents attended Saturday's Arts A Poppin' Festival sponsored by the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce. The arts festival was part of a series of annual pageants at the Lewisburg Recreation Center and included an art show, sale and a fish fry.
"It's amazing in a county this size to see all the . . . .
Smith calls for trip to recycle business in McMinnville
Marshall County Commission Chairman Sam Smith says he wants county officials and residents to be aware of alternatives that may be available on how trash and other solid wastes can be handled in the future. . . .
Dave Sanders named Outstanding Citizen
A man whose vision led to renovation of the Dixie Theater into a permanent stage for the Marshall County Community Theater has been named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce. . . . .
2007 Miss Marshall County Pageant
Pick up a copy of today's edition (Tuesday, July 3, 2007) paper for more photo coverage of the Pre-Fourth of July activities at the Lewisburg Recreation Center.
Rollins birth announcement
Shawn and Angie Rollins announce the birth of their daughter, Bren Tate Rollins. She was born May 8, at Maury Regional Hospital, weighing 6 lbs., 11 oz. . . . .
he Town of Chapel Hill City Offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. The office will reopen on Thursday, July 5th. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Marshall County offices in the Courthouse Annex, Courthouse and the Hardison Office Annex . . . .
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.
A Decoration Service will be held . . . . .
Marshall County 11-12 year old boys teams on collision course
The Marshall County boys 11-12 year old All-Star teams are on a collision course for a July 5th game that will have plenty of post Independence Day fireworks. Both squads breezed through the brackets over the weekend, going undefeated in tournament play and will meet in at 7 p.m. on Thursday night.
The Marshall Americans opened up on Friday versus Moore County and won easily by . . . .
15-16 year old Senior League girls dance all the way to District 3 Title
"Spook" Clark and his 15-16 year old Senior League squad wasted no time in eliminating Giles County as they swept by the Pulaski crew by scores of 13-3 on Friday and a title winning shellacking of 20-12 on Saturday night.
Spook promised his girls a hip-hop dance on
The good guys are slowly leaving us
I don't know about you, but I'm finding it harder to believe each and every day the direction our moral standards are taking. Not saying I'm a angel, but times they are a changing.
Who would have ever believed back during the days of Andy, Barney and Mayberry what is . . . .
We owe our independence to our veterans
For many Americans, the Fourth of July is about traditions -- grilling in the backyard with family, watching fireworks with friends or spending a day on the lake. While those traditions give us many fond memories . . . .
Sympathy for the devil judge
f you're like most people, you're probably glad that Roy Pearson got his comeuppance.
He's the Washington, D.C. judge who unsuccessfully sued the neighborhood dry cleaner for $54 . . .