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Stories from Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Lewisburg looks at its heart…And finds a pulse (07/09/08)
Take a walk around the Lewisburg Square and you might see that it is a shell of its former self with empty buildings and building fronts showing age and decay. But take a closer look and you might find that the heart of Lewisburg is still beating and yearning to return to its former glory...
City budget OK set this week (07/09/08)
Lewisburg's City Council has stepped into Fiscal Year 2008-09 with an $11 million spending plan, up about 10 percent from the last couple of years, and with more than $11.4 million in projected revenues. In addition to previously announced cost of living pay raises for city workers at 3 percent, there are developments for the city that fall into the no-brainer category such as additional hangers for airplanes at Ellington Airport...
The Floor Shop loses old building to fire (07/09/08)
Lewisburg firefighters doused two fires over the Independence Day weekend: One damaged a storage building beyond repair, and the other ruined a lawnmower. Firefighter Marty Middleton was driving home from his shift at the Main Fire Station downtown when he saw a West Commerce Street building on fire and reported it to 911 on Saturday morning...
Change guaranteed from School Board election (07/09/08)
Early voting starts July 18. It's 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and before noon on the Saturdays of July 19, 26 and Aug. 2.
Chapel Hill celebrates 200th birthday (07/09/08)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer What is more American than snow cones, sweet tea, cotton candy, fireworks, rock and roll, and a Fourth of July celebration that honors the veterans who preserve our freedom? The two hundred year homecoming celebration in Chapel Hill on Independence Day, dedicated to the erection of veteran's monument in Larry Lewter Memorial Park, started with a pancake breakfast at the United Methodist Church at 7 a.m. ...
Carroll named Miss Marshall County 2008 (07/09/08)
Marshall County All-Stars know how to win (07/09/08)
By Antony S. Puca Staff Writer Beginning Thursday night, the busiest weekend of the year for the youth baseball and softball teams in Marshall County will commence. The 10-year-old boys' Cal Ripken tournament opens at the Marshall County Little League on July 11th...