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Stories from Friday, November 23, 2007

Chapel Hill Christian Learning Center holds open house (11/23/07)
The Chapel Hill Christian Learning Center held an open house recently. The center, located at 206 Depot St. in Chapel Hill, will be opening soon and is accepting applications for children from 3 years to 12 years for enrollment. They will offer a preschool program as well as an after school program...
First Commerce board promotes Lambert and Delk (11/23/07)
The Board of Directors of First Commerce Bank has announced two promotions after their November meeting. Richard Lambert, vice president and marketing officer, was promoted to senior vice president, and loan officer. David Delk, Chapel Hill branch manager, was promoted to assistant vice president...
Christmas Village is here again thanks to a lot of hard work (11/23/07)
reetings to everyone! I hope everyone has had a great Thanksgiving. This column will be history when the paper comes out but tonight is Monday and everyone is making "TurkeyDay" plans I'm sure. This is the day to enjoy with many a song in your heart, You'll be surprised just how quickly life's problems and cares depart. This is the day to be thankful for looking about to see, Manifold blessings in nature ... God's goodness to you and me.
Security Title and Escrow Co., LLC grand (11/23/07)
Security Title and Escrow Co., LLC, is pleased to announce the grand opening of its Marshall County location. A leader in the title business for more than 20 years in Maury County and more than six years in Williamson County, Security Title opened its Marshall County office to service this rapidly growing county, and is committed to providing prompt and efficient service for real estate transactions in Marshall County. Security Title and Escrow is a full service title company...
Veterans Service Office to move (11/23/07)
Marshall County's Veterans Service Office will move to larger, remodeled offices early next year, county officials said. Veterans Service Officer Billy Hill and his deputy, Rick Roberts, need more room and the veterans deserve more privacy, veterans committee Chairman Seth Warf said...
Santa Claus is coming to town (11/23/07)
Santa Claus is coming to town in Lynnville beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, for "Supper With Santa" in the Lynnville Municipal Building. Supper will be served at a cost of $2 per person. For reservations, call 931-527-3922 or 931-527-0032. Reservations must be in by Tuesday, Nov. 27...
Christmas Village is here again thanks to a lot of hard work (11/23/07)
reetings to everyone! I hope everyone has had a great Thanksgiving. This column will be history when the paper comes out but tonight is Monday and everyone is making "TurkeyDay" plans I'm sure. This is the day to enjoy with many a song in your heart, You'll be surprised just how quickly life's problems and cares depart. This is the day to be thankful for looking about to see, Manifold blessings in nature ... God's goodness to you and me.
MEMOS (11/23/07)
The students chose McClure because not only is he serving our country, he is also an employee of the Marshall County school system. The students boxed items requested by those serving overseas, such as hand sanitizer, gum, ink pens and peanut butter -- all things we take for granted but mean a lot to a soldier far from home. The children learned about the soldiers' needs and began filling boxes with supplies to be shipped to reach them in time for the holidays. The Chapel Hill United Methodist Women's Day Circle will host "Dessert & Thistle" Sunday, Dec. 2, at 7p.m. . . . .
LOCAL MEETINGS (11/23/07)
The Marshall County JECDB Executive Committee will meet Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 8:15 a.m. at the Courthouse Annex. The South Central Tennessee Advisory Council on Aging and Disability will hold its quarterly business meeting Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 10 a.m. at the Columbia City Hall second floor council chambers, 707 N. Main St., Columbia. The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Lewisburg will hold a special called meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. in City Hall, 131 E. Church St., for the . . .
2007 Marshall County high school girls basketball preview (11/23/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com The sky's the limit for the county's lady hoopsters this year. The Marshall County High School Tigerettes and the Forrest Lady Rockets have set the bar to the highest notch on the pole and they do not mind the pressure at all...
2007 Marshall County high school boys basketball preview (11/23/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com County hoopsters begin season with high expectations. Fall makes way for winter, football season is almost over, and the start of another high school basketball season begins in Marshall County. It is time to go inside for a while and catch some games on the hardwood and enjoy a season that has all the makings of an exciting campaign for men's basketball...
Tigerettes cruise, boys just miss upset (11/23/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com The deep and talented Marshall County High School Tigerettes had their home opener Tuesday night in Lewisburg and the unfortunate victims of a smothering defensive onslaught and an inside-outside offensive attack were the Lady Warriors from Culleoka as the Tigerettes cruised to a lopsided 80-11 victory...
The Family Health Group offers good medical care in Chapel Hill (11/23/07)
By Dale James Editor CHAPEL HILL -- The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce held a coffee last week to celebrate the ready availability of "meat and potatoes" medical care in Chapel Hill. The Family Health Group has operated a primary care clinic in Chapel Hill for more than two years, according to Dr. Devi Newcomb, clinic supervisor...
A sea of red at Westhills (11/23/07)
By Rhonda Poole Marshall County School System On any given Friday at Westhills Elementary Scho-ol, visitors can view a sea of red throughout the building. That's because Fridays are Red Shirt Friday, held in honor of our men and women serving in the military, and WES is leading the charge in donning their red shirts...
ULLOA BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT (11/23/07)
Aubrey Rae Ulloa was born Sept. 6, 2007, at 1:08 p.m. in Columbia, Tenn. She is the daughter . . .
TOMLINSON BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT (11/23/07)
Nakia and Julie Tomlinson of Beech Grove announce the birth of their son, Owen Parker Tomlinson. Owen was born Oct. 24, 2007, . . .
London-Petree exchange wedding vows (11/23/07)
Edna Katherine London and Aaron Raymond Petree were united in marriage at Lairdland Farms, a beautiful historic landmark in Cornersville, on June 9, 2007, with the Rev. Thomas Dumser officiating. The bride is the daughter of George and Edna London of Lewisburg. She is the granddaughter of the late George and Edna Proctor McFadden of West Point, Miss., and granddaughter of Ruth Orr London and the late W.D. London of Cornersville...
William Ragsdale (11/23/07)
William Ragsdale Nov. 20, 2007 Mr. William Leon "Tom" Ragsdale, 75, of Chapel Hill, Tenn., died Tuesday, Nov. 20, in Lewisburg. Mr. Ragsdale was a native of Marshall County. He was a farmer and a member of New Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Arzell Hill (11/23/07)
Arzell Hill Nov .3, 2007 Mr. Arzell Hill Sr., 74, of Lewisburg, died Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007, at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tenn. Funeral services were Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Lewisburg Family Life Center. Burial was in Cook Memorial Cemetery in Lewisburg.
A tale of two sisters and two murders (11/23/07)
hanksgiving came early for 17th Judicial District officials here and in Bedford, Lincoln and Moore counties because Kimberly Ross confessed to plotting the murder of her husband, Bill Ross. The Shelbyville car salesman was shot three times while he slept in his Wartrace Pike home on Valentine's Day. By pleading guilty, Kimberly Ross avoided a jury trial and cleared a docket that had been
Letter to the editor (11/23/07)
hanksgiving came early for 17th Judicial District officials here and in Bedford, Lincoln and Moore counties because Kimberly Ross confessed to plotting the murder of her husband, Bill Ross. The Shelbyville car salesman was shot three times while he slept in his Wartrace Pike home on Valentine's Day. By pleading guilty, Kimberly Ross avoided a jury trial and cleared a docket that had been
Letter to the editor (11/23/07)
To the Editor: On July 18 our daughter Sadie was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She was admitted into Vanderbilt Children's Hospital on July 19 and came home from the hospital on July 24. There are not enough words to tell everyone how much we appreciate everything that has