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Stories from Friday, October 12, 2007

Doctors convicted of fraud (10/12/07)
Two ordered to repay state, serve jail time
Robbery victim knocked off feet, kicked on ground (10/12/07)
Lewisburg Police took a teen into custody on Wednesday in connection with a robbery at Jones Circle Park eight days ago, according to a press release from the department. Police Detective Sgt. Dac Burrow said the Criminal Investigation Division's 15-year-old suspect was scheduled for a special set hearing this morning in front of Marshall County Juvenile Court Judge Steve Bowden...
Skateboard park update (10/12/07)
Development of a skateboard park in Lewisburg may be moving from Central Park to where the old McCord School once stood, according to a volunteer with the planning group. "Central Park just didn't work out," said Juanne Cisne of White Drive. "They needed a larger space. Originally, it was to be outside, but somehow it got moved inside" an old school renamed Central Park...
Your Neighbor…Clarence Minor (10/12/07)
By Jenny Carter Staff Writer Clarence Minor has been fixing things for most of his life, and if you've lived in Lewisburg for any length of time, chances are he has fixed one of your appliances. Minor has been running a business here since 1951, when McAdoo Brewington and he went into partnership and started Dixie Radio and TV, but even before that he worked for Butler Brothers Furniture...
It's Goats, Music & More time (10/12/07)
It's Goats, Music and More time and here's a few reminders to help everyone enjoy the festival: dogs are welcome with these exceptions: no pit bulls or any breed of pit bull. Leash laws apply. No dogs within 100 feet of goat show tents. Parking is encouraged behind Rock Creek Park on Murray Farm side of Rock Creek. ...
Council moves on police board, but not on termination threat (10/12/07)
Like a Tennessee two-step, Lewisburg's public debate over its police department has taken a couple of steps forward and two back. City council members on Tuesday made decisions leading to: The developments came on the heels of Doug Alexander's reassignment from being police chief to Lewisburg Middle School where he's a sergeant. ...
Marshall Memos (10/12/07)
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 (10/12/07)
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. Marshall County Beer Board will meet Oct. 15 at 5:30 pm in room 2204 in the Courthouse Annex...
Road comes to end for Lintz at State Golf Tournament (10/12/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Private schools claim all four titles Anyone who is a serious duffer can tell you that there are streaks in golf that baffle the mind. One day you can hit it straight, chip it close, and putt it true and then there are days that the ball curves out of control and the short game feel eludes even the best amateur golfers...
A Night of Old Time Radio (10/12/07)
The Marshall County Community Theatre's fall production is well under way and marks a new style of show for the Dixie.  A Night of Old Time Radio, under the direction of Mickey J. Smith, is a reader's theatre production of three of radio's classic series and episodes.  The show consists of Sorry Wrong Number, a classic tale from the series Suspense, The Image from the eerie show The Witch's Tale, and The Silent Avenger featuring the Shadow.  The play will be performed Oct. ...
Missy Minor crowned Junior Miss Marshall County (10/12/07)
It took three hours for the this year's Junior Miss Marshall County to be crowned at the Marshall County Community Theatre Saturday evening, as the three judges had a difficult time narrowing down the field of 22 beautiful young ladies to just one winner...
The Class of '57 has reunion (10/12/07)
The 1957 Cornersville High School Class held their 50th class reunion on Sept. 20 and 21. There were 15 out of 17 class members present. Two class members, Freddy Martin and Joe Hickerson, are deceased. Mary Lou Cook Anderson who is in Oakwood Health Center was visited by several class members on Friday...
Fagan recognized as Rotary 'Expert In The Field' (10/12/07)
As the end of the year approaches, the Lewisburg Rotary Club turns its focus to recognizing individuals in the community who have made a positive impact through their service, their leadership and as a shining example to others. Each year, the Lewisburg Rotary Club recognizes its Volunteer of the Year, Senior Citizen of the Year and the Expert in the Field...
Alma Lee Daughrity Mealer (10/12/07)
Alma Lee Daughrity Mealer Oct. 9, 2007 Alma Lee Daughrity Mealer, age 92 of Lewisburg, died Oct. 9 in Lewisburg. Mealer was a native of Marshall County and was a daughter of the late John and Daisy Lou Mangrum Daughrity. She was a homemaker and a member of Smyrna Baptist Church in Chapel Hill. Her husband, Jesse Dee Mealer, Sr., who died in 1976, preceded her in death...
Frank Clair "Buddy" Musgrave (10/12/07)
Frank Clair "Buddy" Musgrave Oct. 9, 2007 Frank Clair "Buddy" Musgrave, Jr., age 89 of Lewisburg, died Oct. 9 at NHC Oakwood. Musgrave was a native of Marshall County and son of the late Frank Clair, Sr. and Vera Wilson Musgrave. He was a retired dairy farmer and member of the Farmington Church of Christ...
Vernell G. Stiles (10/12/07)
Vernell G. Stiles Oct. 9, 2007 Vernell G. Stiles, age 87 of Huntland, died Oct. 9 at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. Stiles was a native of Alabama and the daughter of the late Samuel D. and Lorena Francer Rooks Wright. She was a retired nurse and a member of Donaldson Grove Baptist Church...
Walter Albert Williams (10/12/07)
Walter Albert Williams Oct. 7, 2007 Walter Albert Williams, 69 of Duck River, died Oct. 7 at his residence. A Chicamauga, Ga., native, he was the son of the late Elmer and Susie Akin Williams and the husband of Florence Thomsen Williams of Duck River. He served his country in the United States Army and was an employee at Abeco Die Cast in Lewisburg...