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Stories from Friday, January 18, 2008

Rockets fizzle in the third quarter (01/18/08)
The Forrest Rockets played a great first half against Van Buren Tuesday but went ice cold in the pivotal third quarter and fell 68-58 to the Eagles, who remain undefeated (16-4, 6-0) in District 9A play. Van Buren essentially has a two a two-game lead over Eagleville (11-6, 5-1) because of their 65-42 win over the Eagles last Friday. ...
C'ville eyes changes to urban growth (01/18/08)
Cornersville's proposed changes to its urban growth boundary came another step closer to reality Wednesday evening. City Administrator Taylor Brandon presented a series of maps detailing the boundary which were studied and discussed by the Marshall County Commission's Liaison Committee...
Land along Yell Road annexed for housing (01/18/08)
Lewisburg's City Council annexed 15 acres Tuesday and about 55 new homes are planned there with an adjoining 15-acre tract along Yell Road south of Ellington Parkway. "It will take a year to prepare the land to cut roads in," developer Jeff Poarch said Monday. "We'll have to get the engineers to draw plans and then go before the city planning commission...
'It's not rocket science (01/18/08)
Panel delays decision on annexation
Chapel Hill board votes to 'pay it forward' (01/18/08)
CHAPEL HILL -- A police cruiser received by this north Marshall County town from Brentwood in Williamson County is being donated to Cornersville following a vote by the town board here on Monday. "It'll be a welcome supplement to our fleet," Cornersville Town Administrator Taylor Brandon said Tuesday. "With four patrol cars, we're about to sell one, we will still have four cars for our four officers."...
U.S. Tank moves in (01/18/08)
Company is park's first tenant
School Lunch Menus (01/18/08)
Marshall Elementary Monday - NO SCHOOL Tuesday - Breakfast - Cinnamon roll, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Steak & gravy or chicken nuggets, green beans, cheesy potatoes, sliced peaches, whole wheat roll, low-fat milk. Wednesday - Breakfast - Breakfast pizza, fruit or juice, low-fat milk. Lunch - Ham & cheese pita or hamburger, lettuce & tomato, fries, pineapple tidbits, whole wheat bun, whole wheat pita, Rice Krispy treat, low-fat milk...
Briefs (01/18/08)
The Marshall County Adult Learning Center will conduct a free class on basic computer skills. Class size is limited to 10. Call 359-7609 for additional information and to register. Morning and evening classes are available. The Care Kitchen of Marshall County will serve a free hot meal from 6 to 7 p.m. ...
Sports Updates (01/18/08)
Monday, Jan. 14 LMS 39 (girls) Fayetteville 23 Mary Medley had 19 points (five 3's), Austyn Whaley had 10, Keyerra Allen had six and Keondra Prowell added four. LMS 44 (boys) Fayetteville 32 Cody Vernon led the Tigers with had 14, Brock Spencer 13, Kevin Peterson nine, and Brandon Bush eight...
FMS Lady Rockets sharp in win over Moore County (01/18/08)
Coming off a lackluster performance in the World Tournament, the Forrest Middle School Lady Rockets started the New Year with a 36-24 win over the defending Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association state champion Moore County Lady Raiders. Forrest Head Coach Sherry Jones, a former player from the Rick Insell Shelbyville stable, knows what it takes to win games...
FMS Lady Rockets' comeback falls short (01/18/08)
The Forrest Middle School Lady Rockets dropped their final home game of the season Monday night as Community's Kelsie Smith poured in 23 points and the Viqueens held off a late charge by Forrest to win, 37-25. Forrest, 6-8 on the season has one more regular season game at MTCS before the start of the James C. Haile Middle School Tournament, also at MTCS. The Lady Rockets open the tourney on Thursday, Jan. 24, with a first-round match-up versus South Fentress at 5:30pm...
Rockets roll to 37-31 win over Community (01/18/08)
The Forrest Middle School Rockets are playing inspired ball and continued their fine play Monday night in Chapel Hill with a convincing 37-31 victory over the Community Vikings. The Rockets, coached in the ballgame by Forrest AD Scott Delk, trailed in the game 4-2 and then never saw the short end of the scoreboard the rest of the night as they led by as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter...
Red hot Lady Rockets notch sixth-straight victory (01/18/08)
"The girls came ready to play and were focused tonight. Van Buren has given us problems; we knew we had to play good. I think we are on a pace where we want to be," Forrest Head Coach Robby Reasonover said after the Lady Rockets won their sixth-straight game, trouncing the Eaglettes 64-27 at home Tuesday night...
Tigerettes put the hurt on Patriots (01/18/08)
Sometimes you're the bug and sometimes you're the windshield. Tuesday, the Marshall County Tigerettes were the windshield, as they thrashed District rival Page 48-5 on the road. With the victory Marshall County (17-2, 8-0 District) completed the season sweep of the Lady Patriots (2-14, 1-7 District) and has outscored Page 104-23 in their two encounters. It is also believed to be the fewest points that a Tigerette team has allowed since the 1960's...
Tigers tame Patriots, go to 8-0 (01/18/08)
With a big showdown against archrival Giles County looming on the horizon, the Marshall County Tigers (16-2, 8-0 District) showed no signs of a letdown Tuesday, defeating the Page Patriots 62-43 on the road. MCHS narrowly beat Page 55-53 in their first meeting on Dec. 4, but were never threatened by the Patriots this time around and led by double digits nearly the entire contest...
Hole in one (01/18/08)
'You're up there with the hawks and buzzards' (01/18/08)
Glenn Hamlin Hopkins (01/18/08)
Glenn Hamlin Hopkins Mr. Glenn Hamlin Hopkins, 73, of Spring Hill, died Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008, at his residence. Mr. Hopkins was a native of Giles County. He was employed by Wright & Lopez Construction for 39 years and retired from serving for 12 years as area manager for Star Construction. ...