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Stories from Friday, November 30, 2007

Fire damages apartment (11/30/07)
A grease fire damaged an apartment at the Mansard House Apartments Wednes-day about 7:15 pm. A third-floor resident left her apartment thinking the stove was off, but it was still on and a grease fire broke out. The damage was confined to the apartment where the fire started, according to Lewisburg Fire Chief Larry Williams. The unit suffered extensive fire, heat, smoke and water damage...
Area schools to offer family life instruction (11/30/07)
The number of pregnancies among girls aged 15-17 in Marshall County remains high enough again to require continued family life instruction through the school system, according to state and local officials. Heather Lodari, coordinator of School Health Programs for the Marshall County School System, reported the situation to the Board of Education during its November meeting...
Cashing in on History (11/30/07)
Heritage theme helps boost area tourism
Landfill expansion sent to state level (11/30/07)
Marshall County commissioners have stepped away from entering a contract with Buxton Co., the Fort Worth, Texas-based business offering to analyze consumers here to attract restaurants and other retailers. "Why do it now without an economic and community development director?" County Commissioner Mary Ann Neill asked during this month's commission meeting. Plans to hire Buxton, she added, "have been on hold for months."...
School Lunch Menus (11/30/07)
Marshall Elementary School Monday - Breakfast - Honey bun, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Crunchy baked fish or chuck wagon, coleslaw, applesauce, white beans, hushpuppies, chocolate oatmeal cookie, low-fat milk. Tuesday - Breakfast - Cinnamon Roll, toast, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Vegetable beef soup or chicken noodle soup, celery/carrot sticks, mixed fruit, crackers, cheese toast, low-fat milk...
Marshall Memos (11/30/07)
There will be a reception for all participants in the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Heritage Tour of Homes at 6 p.m today at the home of Dennis and Sharon Deitz, 875 Cornersville Hwy, Lewisburg (the former Moon home next to Phil Sanders). All homeowners, sponsors, volunteers and committee members are invited. Regrets only please, 359-3863...
Local Meetings (11/30/07)
The Industrial Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will meet at noon Monday, Dec. 3, in the Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church St. The Lewisburg Gas Department will meet at 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3. Board members are James Chapman, Al Henderson and Quinn Brandon...
King holds court in rout (11/30/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Sarah King worked extremely hard in the off season to improve her game and the results are beginning to show as the junior post player controlled the blocks the entire game versus Middle Tennessee Christian School on Tuesday night in an 80-52 rout over the Lady Cougars...
Bulldogs fall to Cougars (11/30/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Cornersville Bulldogs (1-4) are searching for a victory in all the wrong places as they dropped their third straight game to Middle Tennessee Christian Tuesday night at home, 53-47. Coach Adrian Wilson's team, coming off their best season in many years, cannot seem find their rhythm to put together a full 32 minutes...
Local auto dealership celebrates milestones (11/30/07)
Eddie Roberts, owner of Roberts & Lyons GM, received a plaque honoring his 25 years as a Chevrolet dealer Wednesday. Two Chevrolet managers traveled to Lewisburg to present the award. 2007 also marks the 50th year of the Roberts family's involvement with General Motors...
Willoughby recalls his 54-year love affair (11/30/07)
Right by the Dixie Theatre on the square in Lewisburg, there's a small woodworking shop called Odds & Ends Woodcraft. Listening to James Willoughby talk about his life is a lot like seeing the beautiful odds and ends he sells in his shop. Willoughby was born in Athens, Ala., and lived with his parents in Nashville until they moved here in 1945. ...
Josephine Ribarich (11/30/07)
Josephine Ribarich Mrs. Josephine Ribarich, 99, of Lewisburg, died Monday, Nov. 26, 2007, at NHC Oakwood in Lewisburg. Mrs. Ribarich was a native of Hoboken, N.J. She was preceded in death by her parents, John Poglianich and Maria Cosolich; husband, Pio Vidulich; two sisters, Mamie Hayden and Antonette Wilkins; one brother, John Poglianich; and one great-great-grandchild, Joseph Pio Vidulich...
Martha Helen Bills Miller (11/30/07)
Martha Helen Bills Miller Mrs. Martha Helen Bills Miller, 94, of Verona, died Monday, Nov. 26, 2007, at NHC Oakwood. Mrs. Miller was a native of Marshall County. She was a homemaker and member of the Berea Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents Roy Jackson and Carrie Cathey Bills; husband, Howard Marshall Miller; daughter, Betty Miller Haynes; sister, Annabelle Bills Burgett; three brothers, Thomas C. Bills, Roy Bills, Jr. and Ralph Bills...
London and Petree exchange wedding vows (11/30/07)
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...