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Stories from Friday, April 18, 2008

Tigerettes sweep Lady Panthers (04/18/08)
Tigerette head coach Holly Barnes has the girls from Lewisburg positioned just where they want to be, in the thick of the District 10AA race and playing solid ball in the waning days of the regular season. The Tigerettes (13-7-1, 9-3) are coming off an impressive showing at the Border Battle last weekend in Lincoln County, where they went 3-1, losing to a tough AAA Blackman team, 2-1, deep into the tournament brackets...
F&M makes donation (04/18/08)
COLUMBIA -- First Farmers and Merchants Bank recently presented a $1,500 donation to the Maury Regional Healthcare Foundation, according to Darlene Baxter, executive director of the foundation. "First Farmers and Merchants Bank has a long history of community support. Their donation to the Community Health Program will assist the foundation in its efforts to reach out to underserved populations," Baxter said...
Vote would allow beer with meal (04/18/08)
CHAPEL HILL -- With a tie vote broken by the mayor, the town board has decided beer ought to be available for sale with restaurant meals. Another vote is required for the measure to become final and town officials left open the possibility that a workshop might be called for more discussion...
MRH to host 'Family Expo' (04/18/08)
COLUMBIA -- Maury Regional Hospital will present the Southern Tennessee Family Expo at the Columbia Mall on April 26 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Parents and kids of all ages are encouraged to attend this free event, co-sponsored by TRH Health Plans. The expo will feature vendors offering information on parenting, health and wellness, as well as free giveaways. ...
MRH to host 'Family Expo (04/18/08)
Robinson appointed to council (04/18/08)
'I'll have new ideas and some things that the citizens want me to bring up.' -- Ronald Robinson Lewisburg City Councilman
Former Genesco employees to hold reunion (04/18/08)
es are expecting to have a good time when they meet tomorrow at the Recreation Center for their 20th reunion. The Genesco plant was active in Lewisburg from 1927 until it closed in 1985. There were nearly 500 employees and they made a million pairs of men's shoes per year, or one tractor-trailer load per day...
'Ole South' location 'not locked in' (04/18/08)
by a Franklin businessman who proposes to develop hundreds of acres on the border of Marshall and Maury counties with homes, businesses, and playgrounds for adults and children. "As far as the location is concerned, we have our first choice of the Marshall/Maury County location, but we are not locked into that location," reports David Webb, who's proposing to develop Ole South USA theme park and related projects...
Preparing for the worst (04/18/08)
The Lewisburg Air Evac Lifeteam air ambulance crew recently conducted a helicopter safety and landing zone class for the members of the Berlin Volunteer Fire Department. The class included instruction on interacting safely with helicopters, selecting landing zone sites, guiding the helicopter to the ground and patient loading...
Chapel Hill adopts state landfill law (04/18/08)
'If the county votes it down, it's a dead issue.' -- Eddie Bass State Representative
Briefs (04/18/08)
The Marshall County Negotiating Team, which will be negotiating a contract with Waste Management, will meet in Room 2204 of the Courthouse Annex, Lewisburg, at 5 p.m., Thursday, April 24, to work out differences. Any contract created by the team will have to be approved by the Marshall County Commission. The public is welcome...
Errors sink Lady Bulldogs (04/18/08)
It was a forgettable evening for the Cornersville Lady Bulldogs (10-6) Tuesday. They were plagued by a slew of defensive miscues en route to an 8-1 home loss to the Shelbyville Eaglettes. The Lady Bulldogs had beaten Shelbyville, 2-1, in their previous meeting on March 17, but self-destructed Tuesday by committing five errors in the field, which contributed to five of the Eaglettes' eight runs...
Little League opening night (04/18/08)
At five o'clock on Monday afternoon, the Marshall County Little League opened up another season. High hopes reign this year for the more than 800 boys and girls that come to the diamonds in Lewisburg each night to partake in America's pastime. It is always an exciting time of year to be back at the park and in baseball and softball, anything is possible. ...
Lady Bulldogs shutout Richland (04/18/08)
The Cornersville Lady Bulldogs gained a measure of revenge Wednesday, when they traveled to Lynnville and whipped District rival Richland, 6-0, after dropping a 6-2 decision to the Lady Raiders eight days earlier. CHS starting pitcher Savannah Cole turned in a brilliant performance in the circle to earn her sixth victory of the season. Cole yielded just two hits and one walk in seven innings of work while racking up 10 strikeouts...
Lady rockets make it 10 in a row, beat Viqueens (04/18/08)
The Forrest Lady Rockets are on a roll, taking their 10th straight victory Wednesday night in a 13-3 five-inning victory over the Community Viqueens. Forrest (22-3, 10-0) has not lost a game since being defeated by Friendship Christian, 5-3, on March 29 at the Commando Classic. ...
National Public Works week honors 'unsung heroes' (04/18/08)
The men and women of the Lewisburg Public Works Department will join their colleagues across the nation May 18-24 in celebrating the 48th Annual National Public Works Week. National Public Works Week is a celebration of the tens of thousands of men and women in North America who provide and maintain the infrastructure and services collectively known as public works. ...
Annie Lizzie Haynes Ralston Chrisman (04/18/08)
Annie Lizzie Haynes Ralston Chrisman Mrs. Annie Lizzie Haynes Ralston Chrisman, 86, died Monday, April 14, 2008, at Life Care Center of Red Bank, Chattanooga. Mrs. Chrisman had been a resident of Triune and of Eagleville. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles. . . .