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Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014

Stories from Friday, August 22, 2008

September meeting set prematurely (08/22/08)
Lewisburg's City Council was premature when it selected Sept. 29 as a hearing date for the proposed expansion of Cedar Ridge Landfill, according to city, county and corporate officials.
Sambo's finally gets license (08/22/08)
CHAPEL HILL -- A permit to sell beer with sandwiches at a barbecue restaurant on Horton Highway was granted Wednesday morning by the town's Beer Board.
County delay threatens municipalities (08/22/08)
A request from the chairwoman of Marshall County Schools' Budget Committee, if granted, could delay the property tax collections by the county as well as its municipalities, according to several county officials.
From the sandbox to the 3 'R's (08/22/08)
The sandbox dusting administered by Marshall County Commissioner Wilford "Spider" Wentzel to Maury County Solid Waste Director Mike Sweeney illustrates how contentious the landfill issue is here. For the full story, pick up Friday's Tribune.
Landfill hearing set for Aug. 28 (08/22/08)
Next Thursday night in Lewisburg Middle School, the state will conduct a public meeting on a permit request for elimination of a tributary by the business that runs Cedar Ridge Landfill. For the full story, pick up Friday's Tribune.
Old men, old cars (08/22/08)
Like most men, Eddie Davis has fond memories of his first love. Although it's been more than 30 years ago, he's never really gotten over her. She had the kind of curves that would make any man sit up and take notice, along with a shapely 340 cubic inches under the hood and four on the floor...
Eliminate buses? Not a popular idea (08/22/08)
"It would stink," declared Danny Lee. He was talking about the prospect of Marshall County schools having no bus service after the New Year. That's one proposal being floated by at least some School Board members after the County Commission rejected a request for nearly $1 million more than what was recommended by the Commission's budget Committee...
Second Harvest comes calling (08/22/08)
The line outside First Cumberland Presbyterian Church began forming at 6 a.m. By 9:50 it had swelled to an estimated 142 households. They had come to collect free food. For the full story, pick up Friday's Tribune.
3-on-3 hoops, horseshoes (08/22/08)
On July 19, the annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament was held at Jones Park. This highly anticipated tournament brings out some of the best athletes who often competed against each other during their high school and college days. For the full story, pick up Friday's Tribune...
School Board recognizes athletic achievements (08/22/08)
The Marshall County Board of Education recognized the county's prep athletic prowess on Thursday, handing out certificate of achievements to all the participants involved in the Spring Fling in Murfreesboro.
Athletic trainers essential to county sports success (08/22/08)
In 2007, Marshall Medical Center (MMC) in Lewisburg began free athletic training services to the three county high's schools sports programs, mainly Marshall County High. Since that time, the service has expanded to all three county schools, the staff has grown to four, and their presence has become an essential piece of the winning puzzle for sports in the county...