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Stories from Friday, December 7, 2007

4-H Council held its annual awards (12/07/07)
The Marshall County 4-H Council held its annual awards and family night banquet Nov. 29 at Church Street Church of Christ. The banquet recognized the contributions of the youth of Marshall County and bring the families together for a night of celebration...
Bivens Promotion (12/07/07)
Armed robbery draws 11-year sentence (12/07/07)
The man who confessed to robbing a Lewisburg convenience store clerk at knife-point on Aug. 30 has been sentenced to 11.5 years in prison by Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Robert Crigler. Robert Derrick Johnson, 36, of Shelbyville pleaded guilty on Wednesday to Crigler, who sanctioned the sentence as negotiated for Johnson by Shelbyville-based attorney Robert Marlow with Assistant District Attorney Eddie Barnard...
Ministers weigh in on sex education (12/07/07)
Editor's note: This is the last in a series on how area residents view the subject of sex education in our schools. Tom Dumser is convinced of the need for sex education for today's youth, but he is also convinced that not just any education program will be effective in reducing the rise in teenage pregnancy or the spread of sexually transmitted diseases...
Applicants flood police board (12/07/07)
Nearly 30 men have applied to be Lewisburg's next police chief and the newly-formed panel to sort through the resumes is meeting Monday night at police headquarters. Mayor Bob Phillips is to meet with the Police Advisory Board when it meets at 7 p.m. to explain their duties that include recommending a new chief and eventually hearing concerns raised by residents and department employees...
School Lunch Menus (12/07/07)
Lunch Menus 12-07 Chapel Hill Elementary School 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, roll, chocolate oatmeal cookie, low-fat milk...
Memos (12/07/07)
Promise United Methodist Church, located in the Holt's Corner community, will present the award winning gospel country group The Babcocks in a free concert at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. CGMG Songwriter Award winner Cowboy Joe, whose credits include several songs for the late Marty Robbins, is the leader of the group...
Meetings (12/07/07)
The Town of Chapel Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen will hold its regular monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Monday, Dec.10, at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 North Horton Parkway, Chapel Hill. The Police Advisory Board will meet at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 10, at the Lewisburg Police Department, 101 Water Street...
Tigers' ace Lintz chooses Kentucky (12/07/07)
Marshall County High School senior Seth Lintz has signed a full scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky to play baseball and pursue a degree in engineering after next season. Lintz chose Kentucky over such Southeastern Conference schools as Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Georgia and LSU. Other schools interested in Lintz were Michigan, UAB, Stanford and Columbia...
Lady Bulldogs shake off first half rust (12/07/07)
The modus operandi so far this season for the Cornersville Lady Bulldogs has been to play a relatively close first half with their opponents and then take it to them with a pressure defense in the second half and win big. In their four wins, the Lady Dawgs have come out of the halftime break and destroyed their opponents, winning by an average score of 28 points...
'Dawgs break dry spell (12/07/07)
They needed a win, any kind of win. It didn't matter what it looked like, the Bulldogs just needed a win to get back the confidence they had to begin the year. They got it, a convincing 46-28 win over the Huntland Hornets that was not the prettiest, but it was a win nonetheless. To top it off, it was a win in their first District 11A match-up of the season. ...
Martha Ellen Estep Gosnell (12/07/07)
Mrs. Martha Ellen Estep Gosnell, 82, of Columbia, died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007, at Maury Regional Hospital after an extended illness. Mrs. Gosnell was a native of Giles County. She had worked in the Davidson County school system and at Miller Medical Center and Maury Regional Hospital...