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Stories from Friday, September 21, 2007

Local support makes the Goats, Music and More Festival a success (09/21/07)
The Goats, Music and More Festival is just around the corner on Oct. 12 and 13 at Rock Creek Park, and once again local businesses and other local donors are doing their share to make this year's festival the best yet. The Goats, Music and More Festival is free and open to the public each year allowing folks to not only enjoy the goat shows, great food, fun activities and events, but also two full nights of amazing entertainment. ...
Temporary bus service to and from Fayettevile may be available (09/21/07)
Regular bus service between Lewisburg and Fayetteville could be available for a few days next week as a potential byproduct of the court system's need to shuttle jurors to a trial. Arrangements could be made for someone who wants to go from here to Fayetteville and back on vans that would otherwise be empty, according to Sanford Potts, transportation director for the south central Tennessee Development District in Columbia...
Water conservation requested (09/21/07)
TVA asked to cut release at Normandy
Council meeting with police chief (09/21/07)
Lewisburg's City Council discussion with Police Chief Alexander about a state investigation into how an underage drinking case was handled should be in public on Tuesday, according to three city officials. Meanwhile, administrative leave with pay has been continued for Chief Alexander who's taken time off to consult with his attorney, Walter Bussart, who was unavailable for comment Thursday. Alexander refused to speak during last week's council meeting...
Goat quote winners model winning shirts (09/21/07)
Doris Keny, winner of the Adult Goat Quote T-Shirt Contest and $100, wears her winning entry, "You Get My Goat" and Nancy Collins, winner of the Senior Citizen Goat Quote T-Shirt Contest and $100, wears her winning entry, "Don't Kid with an Old Goat."...
Hearts are touched during "Remembrance Day 2007" (09/21/07)
September 11, 2001 -- a day that will tug at the heartstrings of Americans for the rest of our lives. Members of the Cornersville High School Student Council also feel that tug, so in an effort to celebrate the lives of those lost in the 9/11 attacks, to honor those who lost their lives fighting for our freedoms, for those who continue to fight for us today, the Council hosted "Remembrance Day 2007." Held Monday, September 10 in the school's auditorium, the morning event offered speakers, remembrances, and all things patriotic.. ...
School Lunch Menus (09/21/07)
Marshall Elementary School Monday - Breakfast - Honey bun & toast, biscuit, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Crunchy baked fish or chuckwagon, cole slaw, applesauce, white beans, hush puppies, choc. oatmeal cookie and low-fat milk. Tuesday - Breakfast - Steak & biscuit, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Vegetable beef soup or chicken noodle soup, celery sticks, carrots sticks, mixed fruit, crackers, cheese toast, low-fat milk...
Memos (09/21/07)
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. Forrest Homecoming will be held on Sept. ...
Local Meetings (09/21/07)
The Town of Chapel Hill Beer Board will hold a special called meeting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 24, at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 N. Horton Pkwy, to consider the beer permit request made by Ashraf S. Khalil and Amir S. Sadek to be located at 4640 Nashville Highway in Chapel Hill...
Wiser scores four as Lady Rockets continue to roll (09/21/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Forrest Lady Rockets continued their hot play as they used another four-goal game from sophomore Anna Wiser to defeat the visiting Huntland Lady Hornets on Tuesday 5-0. Forrest, winners of four straight, scored early and often against the winless Huntland squad. Wiser clocked in first as she took a pass from sophomore running mate Taylour Allen and neatly deposited it in the back of the net for a 1-0 lead...
MCHS women's soccer defeats Loretto 3-0 (09/21/07)
On Sept. 11th, the Marshall County High School Women's soccer team traveled to Loretto where they were victorious 3-0.  The hard fought game was a good display of soccer that ended in Marshall County's third win of the season. Pung sisters give Tigerettes offensive punch...
FMS Rockets grounded in Eagleville (09/21/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Forrest Middle School Rockets took the short bus ride to Eagleville on Monday night in a heat related make-up game and played right into the hands of the hometown Eagles as they dropped their first game of the season by a score of 14-12...
Marshall County Jr. Tigers Roar to Another TYBA State Title (09/21/07)
For the second time in three years, the Jr. Tigers reached the pinnacle as the top team in the Tennessee Youth Baseball Association. This year they did it in the 11-12 year-old age group. Two years ago, the Tigers claimed the title in the 9-10 year-old division. Last year, the Jr. Tiger travel team decided to skip this tournament in order to play USSSA tournaments in Georgia and Florida, which allowed them to play some of the most competitive teams in the eastern United States...
MCYFL Week 2 (09/21/07)
Falcons 14  Saints 13 Falcons prevail in a game dominated by defense The Falcons got on the scoreboard first with Zorian Pullen scoring on a 6 yard run right before halftime. Shavian Edmiston ran in the extra point to make it 7-0. The Saints answered back to start the second half when Miciah Greer broke free for a 67 yard touchdown run. ...
Flashback (09/21/07)
The Practical Nursing Class of 2007-2008 (09/21/07)
Focused Women's Healthcare announces arrival of Dr. Gist (09/21/07)
Bridal tea for Leah Haywood (09/21/07)
The First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall was the site of a tea for Miss Leah Haywood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haywood, on Aug. 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. Leah is the bride-to-be of Daniel Everett Studd of Murfreesboro. More than fifty friends and family members attended the tea. ...
1954 Forrest High School reunion (09/21/07)
Nancy Elizabeth Haislip (09/21/07)
Nancy Elizabeth Haislip Sept. 18, 2007 Nancy Elizabeth Haislip, age 62 of Lewisburg, died Sept. 18 in St. Thomas Hospital. Haislip was a native of Marshall County and daughter of the late Ernest Maxwell and Lottie Mai Andrews Tindell. She was a long time employee of Fairview Video Market and member of Old Lasea Church of Christ...
William Ray Clark (09/21/07)
William Ray Clark Sept. 16, 2007 William Ray Clark, 89, died at his home in Newport News, Va. on Sept. 16. A native of Lynnville, he was a Newport News resident for the past 55 years. He was the owner of Ray's Land Clearing & Landscaping and was a pig farmer after retirement. Ray was a Church of Christ member. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 58 years, Katherine Cavnar Clark; his daughter, Edna Ray Meade; his son-in-law, Doug Johnson; and his brother, Frank Clark...