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Stories from Friday, September 19, 2008

IDB stays flexible on tax breaks (09/19/08)
Rigid standards for property tax breaks used to attract new employers here are less important than flexibility, according to Lewisburg's Industrial Development Board. For the full story, see Friday's Tribune.
Supermodel needs your help (09/19/08)
Get ready to vote, but not for a presidential candidate. A Marshall County High School graduate is asking his hometown to help him make it to the runways of the New York fashion world. For the full story, see Friday's Tribune.
Chamber can't assume JECDB duties, yet (09/19/08)
A proposal to have the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce assume the duties of the state-mandated Joint Economic and Community Development Board isn't possible under current state law, but that law might be changed. For the full story, see Friday's Tribune...
Town has new leaders (09/19/08)
CHAPEL HILL -- Since the town's election last month, there have been changes on panels governing three functions of the municipality. The election of Alderwoman Marion Joyce to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen has led to her appointment to succeed former Alderwoman Kris Holton, who did not seek re-election...
Horse from Lewisburg Going to Israel (09/19/08)
Like many girls, 11-year-old Stephanie Hersch has dreamed of owning her own horse for a long time. When she was eight, she asked her dad, Michael, if she could have a horse, and he said, "God's going to have to supply it." For the full story, see Friday's Tribune...
Diana Singing (09/19/08)
DIANA -- They come by car, by bus and by 30-foot motor homes that arrive as early as three weeks ahead of time. Some have traveled from as far away as Canada. They mark the dates on their calendars a year in advance and plan their entire summer around being here. Some have been coming for so long they can no longer count the number of times on both hands...
Cheatham named NHFS softball coach of the year (09/19/08)
Becky Cheatham, head coach of the 2007-2008 TSSAA Class A state champion Forrest Lady Rocket softball team garnered her second coach of the year honor last week when she was named by the National Federation of High School Coaches as their Tennessee selection...
Killian leads Tigers to 15th straight district title (09/19/08)
Drew Killian, playing in the third seeded group for the Marshall County Tigers, surprised even himself on Tuesday, shooting a five over par 77 to claim low medalist honors at the District 11A/AA Golf Tournament at Henry Horton State Park. For the full story, see Friday's Tribune...
LMS beaten by Alabama foe (09/19/08)
The Meridianville Eagles spoiled Homecoming night for the Lewisburg Middle School Tigers (2-3) Tuesday, as the invaders from north Alabama defeated LMS 43-13 behind a potent running game and a dominant second half defensive performance.
Region battles highlight prep football Friday (09/19/08)
The meat of the high school football season is in full swing this weekend, highlighted by all three county schools squaring off in big region match-up games. For the full story, see Friday's Tribune.