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Stories from Wednesday, September 3, 2008

When the hurt doesn't go away... (09/03/08)
As an elder at Westvue Church of Christ, Thomas Blalock often counsels members of his congregation who are grieving over the loss of a loved one. Blalock did not learn about the stages of grief by taking a class where they discussed cold, theoretical concepts. He learned about the anger and the denial and the sleepless nights and the pain that never seems to stop after losing a son 20 years ago...
Alleged car thief caught (09/03/08)
"I'm glad to get him off the street so he can't take another car," said Lewisburg Police Detective Scott Braden about the man alleged to have stolen Melissa Harwell's red 1989 Ford Escort from the Quik Mart on North Ellington Parkway. The theft of the car was reported on Aug. 13 when the man now identified as Joseph E. Rohlman, 42, got into the vehicle at the gas pump and drove it away...
Father, son take trip of a lifetime (09/03/08)
Safari By Dale James Editor Mondays through Fridays, Mike Haislip leads a pretty mundane existence. A cost accounting engineer with Calsonic, the most exhilarating part of Haislip's day is battling his fellow Tennessee drivers during the commute from Lewisburg to Shelbyville and back...
Solid waste consultant sought (09/03/08)
Marshall County's Solid Waste Committee is inviting engineering firms to submit proposals for a contract to write a solid waste plan for the county because Cedar Ridge Landfill will be closing in one to five years. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune...
Water lines coming (09/03/08)
Nearly $4.8 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development funds will enable Marshall County to provide water lines in the northern part of the county, U.S. Rep. Bart Gordon's office announced. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune...
Crowd dismayed at landfill hearing (09/03/08)
Most of the local residents at a state hearing on Cedar Ridge Landfill last week walked out as a group, apparently dismayed by what they heard. "I think that everybody had heard enough," said Phil Allen, a Webb Road resident who waters his donkeys and beef cattle at East Fork Globe Creek...
Marshall County soccer team wins (09/03/08)
After having their season opener against Richland rained out two days earlier, the Marshall County Tigerettes soccer team made a successful debut on the pitch Thursday afternoon when they defeated district foe Huntland 3-0 in Lewisburg. The Tigerettes took the wind out of the Lady Hornets' sails early by scoring all three of their goals in the first 21 minutes of the contest en route to their fifth straight victory over Huntland...
Cornersville wins a thriller (09/03/08)
Teams usually do not win a football game, fumbling the ball seven times, turning the ball over four times in the first half, and not getting any turnovers from the other squad. Cornersville did, and the Bulldogs did it comeback classic fashion, coming from 12 points down in the second half to survive 20-19 over Community in Unionville Friday night in a wild contest that went down to the last tick on the clock...
Tigers outlast Hickman County (09/03/08)
The Marshall County Tigers kicked off Labor Day Weekend with some offensive fireworks Friday night as they pulled out a thrilling 37-36 victory over Hickman County in their season opener at Preston Hopkins Field, avenging a 13-7 loss to the Bulldogs last year...