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Stories from Wednesday, October 10, 2007

CHS ground game continues to get the job done (10/10/07)
Cornersville continued its trend of using their running game to grind down opponents for a 33-0 victory over Perry County on Friday night. The Bulldog offense took advantage of seven different runners to gain almost 250 yards on the ground while quarterback Chuck Bassom completed four of six passes -- all to Shelby Lowe -- for 43 yards and one touchdown...
Octoberfest hits the square (10/10/07)
Editor If you missed the Lewisburg Lions Club Pancake Breakfast and Octoberfest festivities held this weekend on the Lewisburg Square, you may be the only one. The crowds came early and stayed late to mill around the square purchasing gifts from vendors and watching the entertainment on the stage in front of the Dixie Theatre...
Three teens accused of pellet gun shootings (10/10/07)
Three teenagers were taken into custody Saturday night in Chapel Hill where the police chief says they were accused of shooting two people with air pistols that fire plastic pellets. No injury other than a bruise was reported, but the teens were taken to the Marshall County Jail where William Hunter, 18, 4506 Polaris Drive, Chapel Hill, was held in lieu of $23,500 bond, Police Chief Jackie King said...
Horse died in spite of arrangements (10/10/07)
A Marshall County man accused of cruelty to animals made arrangements for others to feed his horses in a pasture near Chapel Hill during last summer's heat, according to witnesses he has ready for a trial in about two months. And yesterday, Marshall County General Sessions Court Judge Steve Bowden announced that Derrick Ulmer's witnesses must return on Dec. 18 when he will preside over the case brought as a result of two citations issued by the Sheriff's Department...
Bondsman ruled against (10/10/07)
Chapel Hill's town judge has ruled against a Lewisburg-based bail bondsman, ordering him to pay fines and costs for operating a transient business without a permit during the annual Lions Club tractor pull in July. Michael Farrar sought a transient business permit and that provided a reason for Judge Bill Haywood's ruling issued Friday. The judge asked if Farrar thought he was exempt from having a transient business license, why did he apply?...
River water monitoring comes with lower flow (10/10/07)
Conserve water, combat drought; TDEC to TVA
Alex Harvey performs at Goats, Music and More (10/10/07)
You might call him Delta Blues or Country Rock; depending on the song he is singing, but the one consistent thread is definitely "SOUL." Alex Harvey was born and raised in Delta country, just outside of Memphis. Harvey's love for music springs from a multitude of influences such as the Blues his neighbors used to play on their porches, Country his mother loved, Big Band Swing his father favored, splashes of Rock and Roll and Folk. ...
Enjoy the Goats, Music and More Festival (10/10/07)
Here's a Few Helpful Reminders
OGES students are "Finding Treasures through Reading" (10/10/07)
Arrrr, matey, reading is an adventure! That's the message presented during the Accelerated Reading (AR) program kick-off at Oak Grove Elementary School. With the theme "Finding Treasures through Reading," the kick-off took on a pirate feel as the cast of characters were viewed in Pirate's Cove (otherwise known as the OGES stage)...
Marshalll Memos (10/10/07)
The Marshall County Young Farmers and Ranchers will be hosting a Haunted Woods every Friday and Saturday in October from dark till 11 p.m.  The cost is $10.  Proceeds benefit an annual scholarship for a graduating senior.  They are located in Chapel Hill.  Turn by the post office and follow the signs.  Not recommended for children under the age of 13...
Local Meetings (10/10/07)
The Marshall County Land, Price, and Sell Committee will meet on Oct. 10 at 6:15 p.m., 2209 Courthouse Annex in Lewisburg. The Chapel Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen will be holding their regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 North Horton Parkway in Chapel Hill...
Bulldogs lose 14-6 in tough game to Hillsboro (10/10/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Hillsboro toughest opponent of season for Bulldogs The Cornersville Middle School Bulldogs ended their regular season on Thursday night at home, losing 14-6 to a talented Hillsboro squad from Williamson County. "This was the best team we have faced in two or three years", said Bulldog Head Coach Eric Crabtree after his team fought back from a 14-0 first quarter deficit to fall just short...
Champions hand Rockets second straight loss (10/10/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Rockets want to win out The Forrest Rockets had a tough task Friday night in Chapel Hill as they took on their archrival Cascade Champions in a battle for position in the District 11A/AA standings. Cascade won the game 28-7 to hand Forrest its second straight district loss and first loss at their new stadium...
Tigers maul Cubs 48-7 victory (10/10/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Tigers' win streak continues Homecoming was sweet in Lewisburg once again Friday night as the Marshall County High School Tigers rolled to an easy 48-7 runaway victory over the Cheatham County Cubs to give them five wins in a row for the first time since 2002, when they ran off nine straight...
Sports Briefs (10/10/07)
The October CHYFL board meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Oct. 17 at the Forrest High Field House. This meeting is open to the public. Marshall County Little League will be holding elections for the 2008 Board of Directors at the Little League Park field house Sunday, Oct. 14 at 2p.m. Anyone interested should attend...
Sexton-Moon wed in church ceremony (10/10/07)
Miss Mary Catherine Moon of Lewisburg, and Mr. James Robert Sexton of Enid, Okla., were married on June 16, 2007, at the First United Methodist Church in Lewisburg, with Reverend Steve Thomas officiating.  Nuptial music was provided by Ms. Debbie Winchell, organist, and Miss Margaret Lewis and Mr. Matt Lewis, violinists.  The altar of the church was banked with greenery, arrangements of white and cream Casablanca lilies, Sahara roses, dendrobium orchids, and burning tapers...
Sirivong-Williams announce engagement (10/10/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Bouasy Sirivong of Antioch announce the engagement of their daughter, Phonprachith, to Jeran Endsley Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Williams of Belfast. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Alvin Williams of Belfast and Reverend Annie Mai Couch of Nashville and the late Reuben Lee Maupin of Shelbyville, and the late Robert Lee Couch of Nashville...
Powers-Lee plan October 13 wedding (10/10/07)
We are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Jennifer Elayne Powers and Jason Douglas Lee. Jennifer is the daughter of Connie and Jerry Reynolds of Lewisburg and the late Randy Powers. She is the granddaughter of Don and Sarah Hudson and the late Will and Lillian Powers, all of Lewisburg. ...
Worsham-Hopper to wed in November (10/10/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Layne Worsham of Cornersville are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Heather Rainey Worsham to William Edward Hopper of Lewisburg. Heather is the granddaughter of Carolyn Rainey Magnusson of Ardmore, Ala., Don and Phyllis Worsham of Lynnville, Harry and Peggy Murphy of Lewisburg and Ricky Owens of Farmington. She is a 2007 graduate of Cornersville High School...