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Stories from Saturday, September 29, 2007

School Menus Week of October 1-5, 2007 (09/29/07)
Chapel Hill Elementary Monday - Breakfast - Reduced fat honey bun, juice, milk. Lunch - Hamburger or hot dog, crunchy tater tots, baked beans, chilled applesauce, rice Krispie treat, low fat milk. Tuesday - Breakfast - Pancake on a stick, syrup, juice, and milk. Lunch - Chicken nuggets or chef salad w/crackers, roasted potatoes, pineapple tidbits, black-eyed peas, roll, brownie, milk. . . . .
'Post Offices on Wheels' will keep us connected (09/29/07)
You probably have seen your rural letter carrier at work, driving alongside the road, mailbox-to-mailbox, picking up and delivering the mail. Today, America's rural letter carriers serve more than 33 million addresses coast to coast. Not just homes and farms, either, but office . . . .
Area is still dry and needing rain (09/29/07)
We are still dry and needing rain here at Catalpa. The nice cool weather didn't last long, did it? However, we haven't been having the 100+ degree weather. Catalpa has been hit hard again. We will miss Mr. Lyndell (Butch) Sowell and we are extending sympathy to . . . . .
Marshall Memos (09/29/07)
MCHS Class of 1997 will be having its ten-year reunion on Oct. 13. Go to www.mchs1997.myevent.com or call 615-476-5540 for information. Group photos from high school for a slide show can be dropped off at Brandon and Brandon Law Office in Lewisburg. Please include your name and address on the back so they can be returned to you...
(09/29/07)
The Town of Chapel Hill Planning Commission will be holding a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 1, at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 North Horton Parkway to consider the Proposed Changes to the Chapel Hill Subdivision Regulations and Zoning Ordinance. The regular Board meeting will take place immediately following the public hearing...
Forrest High School Homecoming 2007 (09/29/07)
Districts and regions for high school competition (09/29/07)
In less than two years, TSSAA will again be faced with the awesome chore of placing schools into districts and regions for high school competition. It's a process that takes place every four years and stirs the ire of all schools, both large and small. School administrators, coaches . . . .
Seth Lintz cards 73 for top spot (09/29/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Fifty-two high school District 11A/AA golfers took to the links at Henry Horton State Park on Tuesday to compete in the boys district golf tournament. The Marshall County Tigers continued their domination of the event as they claimed their 14th consecutive district championship. . . .
Page takes district golf title, Lady Rockets finish second (09/29/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Page senior Kelley Maguigan fired 36-35 at the Lewisburg Recreation Center Golf Course on Monday for a solid 71 to claim medalist honors and lead
Birth Announcement (09/29/07)
Something for those little "kids" (09/29/07)
The upcoming Goats, Music and More Festival will have music, food, goat shows and arts and crafts. There will also be something for those little "kids" to do.......
Memorials for Anne Farley Hughes (09/29/07)
Anne Farley Hughes, daughter of Mary and Ray Farley, was born and lived in Lewisburg until 1976. She was employed for many years as Smith County Tennessee School's Psychologist.
Sandra Kay Hurt (09/29/07)
Sandra Kay Hurt Sept. 23,3008 Sandra Kay Hurt, 48 of Lewisburg, died Sept. 23 at Boxford Hospital in Detroit. She is preceded in death by her parents, Paul and Annie Hurt.
Thanks to unselfish teenagers (09/29/07)
To the editor: I am a guidance counselor at Westwood Junior High School in Manchester. On Saturday, Sept. 22, two of my friends and I were riding our ATVs at Wooly's Off Road near Lewisburg. After we had loaded our ATVs at the end of the day, we drove off not realizing that I had foolishly left my wallet on top of my truck. ...
(09/29/07)
In this time of extreme drought
Recapturing the true library experience (09/29/07)
I have had a few complaints about the library being too loud. And, it really was not difficult to agree. Therefore, we (that means the staff and the users) are going to recapture the essence of what a library should . . . .
Make your voice heard on schools directors' job (09/29/07)
Shortly after Marshall County commissioners voted 12-4 to ask their school board to fire the director of schools, one of the commissioners asked us to publish the . . . . . . .
Remembering (09/29/07)
To the editor: I remember our second grade teacher, Mrs. Edwards, having us study about birds and showing us pictures of birds. One day, toward the end of the term, she asked us to write . .
Terrific homecoming week! (09/29/07)
To the editor: What a terrific Homecoming week! Our students, schools and community had the pleasure of experiencing history being made as we witnessed our first football
Thanks to unselfish teenagers (09/29/07)
o the editor: I am a guidance counselor at Westwood Junior High School in Manchester. On Saturday, Sept. 22, two of my friends and I were riding our ATVs at Wooly's Off Road near Lewisburg. After we had loaded our ATVs at the end of the day, we drove off not realizing that I had foolishly