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Tuesday, Sep. 2, 2014

Stories from Friday, January 2, 2009

Time marches on in Courthouse (01/02/09)
A long-standing system on how people are selected for jury duty is this year being automated and while it will save some money, it does away with a quaint provision in state law. There was a time when the circuit court clerks in Tennessee might bring their young grandchild to work and have them pull small pieces of paper from a hat, a metal box, or even a rotating drum as if lottery ticket numbers were being drawn...
Ordinance under review for trash transfer stations (01/02/09)
To restrict the location of a trash transfer station in Lewisburg, the City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to change its zoning code so that if such a facility is to be established in the city, it must be on land classified as suitable for a landfill...
Oh, deer! It's all white (01/02/09)
Mike Werner of Lewisburg was driving around Tuesday morning with his two daughters, Allison, 9, and Rachel, 4, and the digital camera he got for Christmas. They saw something on the far side of the football fields, across from Marshall Elementary School...
Request for on-premises selling denied (01/02/09)
A request for a permit for on-premises consumption was rejected by the Marshall County beer board in a Tuesday night meeting that lasted less than 10 minutes. The new owners of the Mooresville Market at 3399 Mooresville Hwy, Ronald and Tanya Seltz, had requested on-premises consumption so that their customers could enjoy a beer while they ate...
Columbia Central topples Tigers (01/02/09)
Having already beaten four Class AAA opponents this season, the Marshall County Tigers (10-3) were unable to successfully step up in weight class again Tuesday night, as they suffered a 66-49 loss at the hands of a strong Columbia Lion squad at the O'Charley's Christmas Classic in Columbia...
Tigerettes March on, roll over top ranked Mt. Juliet (01/02/09)
The defending state champion Lewisburg Tigerettes brought their "A" game to the court versus the top ranked and previously unbeaten Mt. Juliet Golden Bears Tuesday night in the championship game of the First Farmers & Merchants and Friends Hickman County Christmas Invitational, winning in impressive fashion 53-42...