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Stories from Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Library memorials for April (05/07/08)
Martha Aldridge, God Thinks You're Wonderful, Mom! and Donation to the Book Fund; given by Mrs. Colie Hamlin. Amos Bond, Donation to the Book Fund; given by Mrs. Clyde Jordan; Donation to the Computer Fund; given by Steve & Vicki Cain, and Edward & Lynda Potts...
Landfill opponents pack hearing (05/07/08)
'At this point Waste Management has not provided any comfort that dangerous, malodorous or otherwise problematic waste would be kept out of the landfill.' -- Drew Goddard Attorney
County Health Department urges teens to avoid pregnancy (05/07/08)
The Marshall County Health Department will join the nation today in recognizing the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. This observance was established in 2002 to focus the attention of teens on the importance of avoiding pregnancy, parenthood and other serious consequences...
GOP's Ramsey: 'I'm loving it' (05/07/08)
'Everyone knows we have a huge election coming up. We have three candidates and, in particular, we have two we don't want.' -- Ron Ramsey Lieutenant Governor
'Pork' comes to Goat Festival (05/07/08)
Just weeks after Lewisburg received $8,000 from its state representative for the Goats, Music and More Festival this October, the city has "locked in" a few musical acts. "Lee Roy Parnell and Delbert McClinton are locked in on Saturday night and I'm waiting for a contract on Shane Klush who won awards for being an Elvis impersonator, and '1964, the Tribute,' is locked in," City Manager Eddie Fuller said...
HUD: Robinson can't sit on council (05/07/08)
Lewisburg City Councilman Ronald Robinson, whose employment as executive director of the Lewisburg Housing Authority was seen by one member of the City Council as a reason to oppose his appointment, can't continue in both positions, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...
(Not) Gone with the wind (05/07/08)
'I don't think being graceful and ladylike is ever out of style.' -- Angie McClanahan, 1861 Girls' School
Briefs (05/07/08)
The Marshall County Extension Service will hold a Master Meat Goat Producer certification in eight evening sessions during the month of May. Pre-registration is required. For information call 359-1929. 8 The Elk Valley Forestry Association will hold a Forestry Field Day, starting at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 8, at 3643 Lynchburg Highway, Lynchburg. Call 931-433-1582 to sign up or call the Fire Tower at 270-2244 for more information...
Turkey Roundup (05/07/08)
The road goes on for Tiger tennis team (05/07/08)
The Marshall County High School tennis team went to the District 11A/AA Tournament in Murfreesboro last Wednesday and Thursday with high hopes. Those hopes were upheld as the girls team won the district, Rachel Wolfe claimed the district singles' title, and Jenna Branaman and Lyssa Wiles continued their quest for a return trip to the Spring Fling and another state doubles title for the school...
Rockets advance with epic 1-0 shootout (05/07/08)
After 80 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtimes, the Forrest Rockets and Cascade Champions saw their seasons hang in the balance on the legs of their best scorers in shoot-out soccer. Not even then, after a 3-3 deadlocked first shoot-out period would the game be decided. Forrest fell behind 2-0 in the shoot-out before Matt Allen, Martin Bucerra and Devin O'Brien all scored for the Rockets to go up 3-2...
Cole signs with Columbia State (05/07/08)
Cornersville senior pitcher Tyler Cole has signed with Columbia State Community College. Columbia State head coach Kelly Bratton said he considers Cole a potential diamond in the rough and believes he can improve his velocity by honing his pitching mechanics...
Nine & Dine winners (05/07/08)
The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Nine and Dine tournament was held Saturday at Saddle Creek Golf Club. Shooting an eight-under 28, the winning team in for the front nine was Lewisburg Printing. They are, top, from left, Kirk Kelso, Tommy Hawkins, Scott Tepedino and John Karby. First National Bank claimed the back nine trophy, shooting a four par 32. They are, from left, Bengi Gilliam, chamber board member Berrie Pate, Greg Hill and Troy Cross. Not pictured is Jeff Taylor...
District play begins (05/07/08)
Tigers tame Panthers, 8-0 It took more than 18 hours, but the Marshall County Tigers finally defeated the fourth-seeded Lewis County Panthers, 8-0, in the second round of the District 10-AA tournament Saturday behind another dominant performance by senior pitcher Seth Lintz.
Colt Ray Stacey (05/07/08)
Colt Ray Stacey Lyn, Tara, Lane and Mary Grace Stacey of Farmington proudly announce the arrival of Colt Ray Stacey.
Jackson-Williams (05/07/08)
Ms. Cindy Jackson of Lewisburg and Mr. Frank Jackson of Franklin announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Dolline, to Andrew Mitchell Williams, son of Bill and Meredith Williams of Lewisburg. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Charles Ralph Carroll and Lillian Carroll, and the late Buford Jackson and Mattie Lee Jackson. ...
Shelton-Whitworth (05/07/08)
Kathy and Doyle Scoggins and Ava and Jeff Whitworth are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Kandace Shelton, 23, and Josh Whitworth, 24. The wedding will be held at Olivet United Methodist Church, in Pulaski, on Saturday, May 10, 2008...
Franklin Lewis Stevens (05/07/08)
Franklin Lewis Stevens Mr. Franklin Lewis Stevens, 96, of Mooresville, died Saturday, May 3, 2008, at NHC Oakwood.
Lillian Mai Brown Haley (05/07/08)
Lillian Mai Brown Haley Mrs. Lillian Mai Brown Haley, 87, of Cornersville, died Friday, May 2, 2008, at Maury Regional Hospital.