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Stories from Friday, September 12, 2008

Week 3 presents challenges (09/12/08)
Prep football is already heating up for the three Marshall County schools and week three presents some big challenges. Both Forrest and Marshall County are coming off huge wins last week, while Cornersville will try to rebound from a lackluster performance at Columbia Academy, where they were shut-out 35-0...
City borrowing for spec-building (09/12/08)
Lewisburg's City Council will be borrowing money from a bank to finance construction of a building in its business park, instead of using a federal government loan for the $1.5 million project. For the full story, pick up a copy of Friday's Tribune.
Applications for Council being sought (09/12/08)
Applications from residents of Ward 3 in Lewisburg who want to be appointed to an open seat on the City Council should be filed at City Hall by Oct. 9. For the full story, pick up a copy of Friday's Tribune.
Jury may hear of regrets during child scalding trial (09/12/08)
A Marshall County jury may hear about a statement of regret from a man charged with aggravated child abuse in a case alleging he and a woman scalded her boy's buttocks in hot water. For the full story, pick up a copy of Friday's Tribune.
Infant awaiting transplant (09/12/08)
Drayke Alan Crom was supposed to have been born on July 19. Instead he came into the world 12 weeks premature. Drayke was 11 inches long and weighed just 1 pound 4.7 ounces when he was born by Caesarean section on April 28. Doctors had kept his mother, Lorri King, 45, of Lewisburg, on bed rest for a month before the birth, hoping to postpone the delivery...
Council plans to extend road (09/12/08)
Lewisburg's City Council has deferred a decision to release land where a road would have been built and the city manager is taking steps toward having the road constructed. For the full story, pick up a copy of Friday's Tribune.
Verona holds to sense of place (09/12/08)
Verona Tribune photos by Dale James By Dale James Editor VERONA -- When this crossroads community first began to coalesce into something big enough to need a name, it was nearly dubbed "Kiss Me Quick." Lifelong resident Donald "Dude" Hunter explains the origin of such an unlikely name...
Wells named coach of the year (09/12/08)
Gary Wells, golf coach at Marshall County High School for the past 27 years, was recently named the 2008 Tennessee state boy's golf Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association.