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Stories from Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Pulaski woman pleads guilty in murder case with TennCare fraud (09/19/07)
A Pulaski woman has pleaded guilty to second degree murder and TennCare fraud since she provided methadone to a man who died from an overdose, officials say. Christy R. Corbin, 34, had been charged with trading her methadone, prescribed by a TennCare-paid doctor, to a man in exchange for an illegal cable connection at her home...
Jury selection for Li murder trial (09/19/07)
Jurors for the second defendant in the murder of a local restaurateur are to be selected Thursday and possibly Friday in Fayetteville because of a ruling by Judge Robert Crigler. Robert Marlow of Shelbyville -- defense attorney for Daniel Caluo Vasquez, 31, who was charged in the stabbing death of Wing Chiu Li nearly 15 months ago -- asked that the trial be conducted somewhere else because residents here have become familiar with the case...
Federal funding reaches Marshall for home repairs (09/19/07)
Applications reviewed Oct. 19
Strasser honored at State Fair (09/19/07)
A Chapel Hill woman was honored last week at the Tennessee State Fair for her years of dedicated service. The Nora Strasser Milking Parlor was dedicated Thursday at the fairgrounds in Nashville with loving memories of the dedicated dairy farmer, wife, mother, community volunteer and dairy superintendent at the fair...
LMS Homecoming Court 2007 chosen (09/19/07)
The students at Lewisburg Middle School recently elected the 2007 Homecoming Court. This year's Homecoming Queen is Kaameria Howard; the eighth grade attendants are Kathleen Stacey and Amanda Isley. Representing the seventh grade are attendants Ariel Borne, Tyesha Kinnard and Austyn Whaley...
Rocket Band of Blue kicks off season as Grand Champion (09/19/07)
The Rocket Band of Blue started their marching season at the Montgomery-Central Marching Festival on Saturday, Sept. 15. The band competed against bands from around the state for a chance at the first place award for their class and the "Grand Champion" trophy...
FHS prepares for Homecoming '07 (09/19/07)
This week is a time of festivities at Forrest High School and everyone is in a celebratory mood because it's Homecoming Week in Chapel Hill! Fun activities will be held at the school throughout the week, ending with a parade at 12:30 p.m on Friday, crowning of the Queen that evening at 6:45, followed by the battle between Nashville Christian and the Forrest Rockets at 7:30 p.m...
Memos (09/19/07)
Livestock Disaster Assistance sign-up began Sept. 10. Qualifying livestock producers in eligible counties who suffered feed or livestock losses between Jan. 1 2005 and Feb. 28, 2007 may apply. Contact your local FSA office for more information. New Life Free Will Baptist Church, located at 1001 Easy Street in Lewisburg, will be holding its gospel revival Sunday, Sept. ...
Local Meetings (09/19/07)
Marshall County Budget Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 19 at the County Courthouse Annex. The Marshall County Senior Citizens Board of Directors will meet at noon on Sept. 20 in the center classroom. The agenda will include: revised budget, planning for annual meeting, appointment of nominations committee, updates on the Senior Center and public transportation...
Tigers tame Lions in defensive tilt (09/19/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Marshall County Tigers have won their last two games the old fashioned way, with a stout defense and a knack for coming up with big plays at the most opportune times. The Tigers are giving up just 10.3 points per game in the early season. On Friday night at Preston Hopkins Field they allowed just three to the Columbia Central Lions in a hard fought 14-3 win...
Second annual Hickman Co. Quilt Show opens Oct. 5 (09/19/07)
Celebrating 200 Years of Stars, the theme of the second annual Hickman County Quilt Show is to encourage Hickman County residents to enter at least 200 quilts in the show for Hickman County's bicentennial year. This year's show features the star pattern and designs in pieced, embroidered, quilted, and appliquéd quilts. Other quilt patterns and designs will also be displayed. Show quilts are made or owned by current or former Hickman County residents...
Mary Elizabeth Davis Watt (09/19/07)
Mary Elizabeth Davis Watt Sept. 16, 2007 Mary Elizabeth Davis Watt, age 85 of Hopkins Ave in Lewisburg, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 16, at NHC in Lewisburg. Watt was the daughter of the late Wiley Calahan Davis and Clatie Lee Howard. Her husband, Wilburn Watt (1994) and sister, Jean Prince also preceded her in death...
Inez Stelman (09/19/07)
Inez Stelman Sept. 16, 2007 Inez Stelman of Chapel Hill, age 79, died Sept. 16, following an extended illness. A native of Bessemer, Ala., Stelman was the daughter of the late Lucy Butler. She was a homemaker and was preceded in death by her husband, Tenson Stelman who died in 1999. In addition to her husband, Stelman was preceded in death by two brothers, John Edward Butler and Floyd Butler...
Ronald Earl Brackin (09/19/07)
Ronald Earl Brackin Sept.16, 2007 Ronald Earl Brackin of Rockvale, age 63, died Sept.16. Brackin was born in Cairo, Ill., and retired after serving in the United States Army. Following his retirement, he was a convenience store manager. His father, Robert Thomas Brackin, preceded him in death. His wife, Linda Marie Brackin of Rockvale; daughter, Nadine Marie Brackin of Eugene Ore.; mother, Ruth Dotson Coyle of Nashville and sister, Ann Stewart of Smyrna, survive him...
Willie Frank Crigger (09/19/07)
Willie Frank Crigger Sept.16, 2007 Willie Frank Crigger, age 81 of Lewisburg, died Sept.16 in Maury Regional Hospital. Crigger was a native of Marshall County and son of the late Jim Willie and Martha Liggett Crigger. He attended Austin Peay State University and served his country in the U.S. ...
Donald Eugene Waters (09/19/07)
Donald Eugene Waters Sept. 15, 2007 Donald Eugene Waters, age 72 of Lewisburg, died Sept. 15 at his home. Waters was a native of Wadsworth, Ohio and son of the late Leon Carlyle and Ada Becker Waters. He served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean Era. ...
Edith Virginia Cole London (09/19/07)
Edith Virginia Cole London Sept. 15, 2007 Edith Virginia Cole London, of Nashville, died Sept. 15 She is survived by son Earl (Helen) Davis; daughter, Nickie Tice; grandchildren, Jason (Sherrie) Davis, Joe Davis, James (Mila) Davis, Gary Tice and Steven Tice; great grandchildren, Jason Davis, Jr., Joshua Tice, Kailee and Jadyn Davis and Brandon Koenig...
Jimmy Willard Criss (09/19/07)
Jimmy Willard Criss Sept. 14, 2007 Jimmy Willard Criss of Unionville, age 66, died Sept. 14 at his residence following an extended illness. Criss was born in West Virginia and was a son of the late Clinton Elmer and Margaret Lucas Criss. He was a retired truck driver for C & L Service and Supply in Huntley, Ill., and was a member of Rover Baptist Church...
W. C. (Billy) Derryberry (09/19/07)
W. C. (Billy) Derryberry Sept. 13, 2007 W. C. (Billy) Derryberry, age 86 of Lewisburg, died Sept. 13 in NHC Lewisburg. Derryberry was a native of Marshall County, and son of the late Sherman and Iva Hill Derryberry. He was a farmer and was retired from Heil-Quaker Corporation. ...
Leonard Eugene Grubbs (09/19/07)
Leonard Eugene Grubbs Sept. 13, 2007 Leonard Eugene Grubbs, age 73 of Petersburg, died on Sept. 13 at his residence. He was the son of the late Cecil and Ruby Grubbs. He is survived by his wife, Mary Pierce Grubbs of Petersburg; one son, Larry Grubbs of Petersburg; one daughter, Christy Dalton of Section, Ala.; six stepchildren, Charles Pierce of North Carolina, Linda Roberts of Ohio, Diane Vencill of Ohio, Patty Weatherbee of Ohio, Shirley LaCaze of Texas, and Katie Mackanos of Florida. ...