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Stories from Friday, November 2, 2007

Lady Rockets upset Tigers, boys just miss (11/02/07)
Defensive adjustments key to Lady Rocket win
Leadership goes back to school to learn about money from governments (11/02/07)
Leaders of local governments and businesses in South Central Tennessee went back to school Tuesday night to learn about sources of capital. Nearly 65 people attended a special class at Columbia State Community College on South Ellington Parkway where state Sen. Bill Ketron introduced half a dozen guest lecturers who told about grants and loans...
Moms on a Mission prepares for the holidays (11/02/07)
Many people have asked the members of Moms on a Mission who they are and what they are all about. While the ladies feel it is difficult to put into words, the feelings behind what they are doing is clear. "We came together to support each other, and to let our soldiers know we support them," said Barb Blackmore. "The longer this conflict goes on the more we're afraid they will be forgotten."...
LMS Blast from the Past Homecoming (11/02/07)
Lewisburg Middle School students recently enjoyed a week filled with fun activities and dress-up days. Blast from the Past, this year's Homecoming theme, proved to be tons of fun for everyone at LMS, students and staff alike. The Student Council came up with the idea to have Homecoming days that represented different years. ...
Memos (11/02/07)
A benefit yard sale in memory of Renee Newman will be held at 7 a.m. on Nov. 3 at the Pit Stop on Highway 64. Any donations for the yard sale are appreciated. Lewisburg contact is Vickie Veatch, 931-205-0528. A gospel singing will be held at Farmington Baptist Church at 6 p.m. on Nov. 3. Featured groups will include The Revelators and the Masters Four. Call Bobby Bivins at 931-364-4858 or Farmington Baptist Church at 931-359-1639 for more information...
Local Meetings (11/02/07)
The Industrial Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will hold their regular scheduled monthly meeting at noon on Nov. 5 at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street. The Town of Chapel Hill Planning Commission will be holding their regular monthly meeting on Nov. 5, immediately following the Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting that is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 North Horton Parkway...
Forrest Middle School hoopsters sweep E.A. Cox (11/02/07)
Tough schedule pays off early
School lunch menus for November 5 - 9 (11/02/07)
Chapel Hill Elementary Monday - Breakfast - Fortified honey bun, cereal, juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Hamburger or hot dog, crunchy tater tots, baked beans, chilled applesauce, Rice Krispy treat, low-fat milk. Tuesday- Breakfast - Chicken biscuit, juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Chicken nuggets or Chef salad w/crackers, roasted potatoes, chilled pears, black-eyed peas, chocolate oatmeal cookie, and low-fat milk...
Sampson-Whitsett wed in Gatliburg (11/02/07)
Kimberly Whitsett and Shane Sampson were married in Gatlinburg on Oct. 27. The bride is the daughter of the late Cynthia Whitsett and William Whitsett of Lewisburg. The groom is the son of Tamara Sampson and the late William Sampson.
NHC Oakwood CNA graduating classes (11/02/07)
Johns-Lamb unite in candlelight ceremony (11/02/07)
The Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Chapel Hill was the scene of the candlelight wedding of Lori Beth Johns and Jed Scott Lamb on June 30. The bride is the daughter of Cathy Johns of Lewisburg and Mr. and Mrs. David Johns of Chapel Hill. She is the grand daughter of the late Selvin and Virginia Tidwell of Lewisburg and Rachel Johns and the late N.C. Johns of Chapel Hill...
Rotary receives event sponsorship (11/02/07)
The Lewisburg Rotary Club continues to receive donations for its first ever Bar-B-Cue Cook Off that was a big success at this year's Goats, Music and More Festival. Roberts and Lyons Auto recently gave a generous donation to help support the Bar-B-Cue Cook Off that should be an even bigger event next year...
Marshall County Woman's Club invite husbands to meeting (11/02/07)
The Marshall County Woman's Club enjoyed a finger-food dinner recently at the country home of Jeff and Sharon Borne. Husbands and guests were invited to attend. After a tour of the one hundred plus year old residence on Pickle Road, Marion Owen made the opening prayer and blessing. After the meal, club president Pat Stewman gave a detailed list of plans for the remaining months of the year...
Flashback (11/02/07)
Joe Herman Bivins (11/02/07)
Joe Herman Bivins Oct. 31, 2007 Mr. Joe Herman Bivins, age 87 of Lewisburg, died Oct. 31 in Marshall Medical Center. Bivins was a native of Marshall County and son of the late W.C. and Sally George Bivins. He was retired from Heil Quaker Corporation, an active Farmer, and was a member of Church St. Church of Christ...
Joseph Dwight Ferrell (11/02/07)
Joseph Dwight Ferrell Oct. 31, 2007 Joseph Dwight Ferrell, age 64 of Unionville, died Wed., Oct. 31 in Nashville. He was a native of Coffee County and the son of the late Joe Brewer and Dorothy Boyd Ferrell. He was a retired construction worker and a member of Unity Baptist Church in Shelbyville. Ferrell was preceded in death by a son, Joseph Ferrell, Jr...
Frances Wright Thompson (11/02/07)
Frances Wright Thompson Oct. 30, 2007 Frances Wright Thompson, age 85 of Columbia, formerly of Lewisburg, died Oct. 30 in NHC Columbia. Thompson was born in Dickson to G.E. and Flossie Bishop Wright. She was a graduate of Dickson County High School. She married Robert Guerin Thompson of Dickson on Jan.30, 1945...
Jack N. McConnell (11/02/07)
Jack N. McConnell Oct. 24, 2007 Jack N. McConnell, age 91, died in Ponka City, Okla, on Oct. 24. He was a native of Marshall County. McConnell was preceded in death by his parents, Zada Bryant McConnell Fry and Oscar J. McConnell; sisters, Annie Watss McConnell, Nell McConnell Rambo; and brothers, Billy Bryant McConnell and Oscar James McConnell. ...