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Stories from Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Councilwoman to resign (09/10/08)
Lewisburg Councilwoman Betsy Shelton plans to resign from the City Council this month because she's moving from Ward 3. "I certainly hate to do that at this stage of the game, but an opportunity arose," Shelton said of her brief tenure. For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune...
City IDB selling Little Tikes property (09/10/08)
Lewisburg's Industrial Development Board voted unanimously Monday to sell for $150,000 its property that had been rented to Little Tikes Daycare for $1 per year. For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune.
GOP office opens on square (09/10/08)
The Marshall County Republican Party opened its office on Lewisburg's public square Friday with a day-long reception. For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune.
Gustav escapees flee here (09/10/08)
Southerners became so familiar with folks who avoid cold winters in the North that they gave them a name, snow birds. With the recurring evacuation orders because of hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, perhaps there will be a nickname for the wave of evacuees streaming northward from New Orleans and other Gulf Coast communities...
Health Council celebrates 10 years (09/10/08)
The Marshall County Health Council celebrated its 10th anniversary with a party in the Board of Education's conference room on Monday, September 8. County Mayor Joe Boyd Liggett proclaimed this week (Sept. 7-13) to be "Marshall County Health Council Week."...
Seussical Jr. set to begin (09/10/08)
Charming! Precious! Delightful! It's hard to find words to adequately describe Marshall County Theater's staging of Seussical Jr. Director Alva Cavinar has done an excellent job of bringing Seussical to the stage. A cast of 30 colorfully costumed characters join some familiar faces from Dr. Suess in singing, dancing and presenting a very professional presentation of this play...
No inter-local agreement (09/10/08)
The Cornersville Board of Mayor and Aldermen failed to approve a new inter-local agreement intended to guide economic development in the county at last week's meeting. For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune.
Truck goes off road (09/10/08)
At 12:50 a.m. Saturday, September 6, Lewisburg police were called to North Ellington Parkway opposite McDonald's, where a white 1998 Dodge pickup truck was in the creek parallel to the road. For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune.
Tigers edge Creek Wood (09/10/08)
Good teams find a way to win when they're not playing well. For the second straight week the Marshall County Tigers (2-0, 1-0 Region) took home a victory despite turning in an inconsistent performance, as they went on the road and defeated the Creek Wood Red Hawks 17-14 Friday night, Sept. 5, thanks to a 20-yard field goal by Sam Estes with nine seconds left in the contest...
Viqueens vanquish Lady Bulldogs (09/10/08)
The Cornersville Lady Bulldogs fell to 0-2 on the season Thursday, Sept. 4, when they dropped a 3-1 decision at home to District newcomer Community (1-0). For the full story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Tribune.
Forrest weathers storm, gets win (09/10/08)
The tail end of Gustav slashed up through the heart of Middle Tennessee Friday night, dropping its might on Chapel Hill, making for precarious conditions at "The Rock" where every touch of the slick football was an adventure. The Forrest Rockets were ready, coming out of the locker room spirited and strong, scoring twice in the first half for 13-7 lead before pitching a defensive shutout in the second half to secure the six point victory to remain undefeated at 2-0...
Obituaries (09/10/08)
Charles James Hebbring Mr. Charles James Hebbring, 56, of Chapel Hill, died Saturday, September 6, 2008, at his residence following an extended illness. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., he was a retired fire inspector with the Lehigh Acres Fire Department in Florida...