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Stories from Friday, October 8, 2010

Lynnville notes (10/08/10)
Hope everyone is enjoying the autumn days we are having. The Lynnville Christmas Village will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13, in the C. T. Reid Theater beginning at 8:30 a.m. To reserve a booth, contact 931-527-0032 or 931-527-3922. Last year's Christmas Village was a great success. ...
Valentine: Mainstream media ignore real truth (10/08/10)
The Meg Whitman/illegal housekeeper story may not be of interest to you unless you live in California but it should. Why? Because there's a side of the story that the mainstream media are ignoring. Imagine that. A little background. Meg Whitman is the former eBay exec who is running for governor of California. She's accused of employing an illegal alien as a housekeeper and here is where the mainstream media lose the scent of the story...
Confehr: Meet Rep. Black, but not Joe Black (10/08/10)
You may not remember the 1998 movie "Meet Joe Black" in which "a media mogul acts as a guide to Death, who takes the form of a young man to learn about life on Earth," according to a synopsis. There's not too much of a comparison here, but state Sen. Diane Black (R-Gallatin) has emerged as the Princess of Darkness for Bret Carter's campaign to succeed Congressman Bart Gordon and keep Tennessee's 6th Congressional District part of a Democratic House...
Can't keep friends down (10/08/10)
Catalpa Cooking (10/08/10)
WINTER WARMER CASSEROLE 1 pound ground beef 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped green pepper 1 14 3/4-ounce can spaghetti in tomato sauce with cheese 1 15-ounce can ranch-style beans 3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese Cook ground beef and vegetables until meat is browned. Stir in remaining ingredients and cook over low heat until cheese melts...
Tyrades! Can You Mutate Me Now? (10/08/10)
"How did we ever get along without cell phones?" has always been a rhetorical question, but we may have to back off from worshipping technology and start seeking some real answers. In her new book "Disconnect," epidemiologist/toxicologist Dr. Devra Davis raises serious health issues surrounding the ubiquitous communications device. ...
Bass, Spivey, Roop debate state spending (10/08/10)
PULASKI -- The lawmaker representing Marshall County in the state House took a position in contrast with his two challengers during a recent debate sponsored by the Tea Party group in the Pulaski Recreation Center. State Rep. Eddie Bass (D-Prospect) and his challengers, former Marshall County Commission Chairman Billy Spivey, a Lewisburg Republican, and former Spring Hill Alderman Ted Roop, an Independent, now of Lynnville, had been asked where they would cut state spending...
Briefs (10/08/10)
Marshall County Sheriff Norman Dalton is asking the public for pictures of former Marshall County sheriffs to become part of a display honoring past sheriffs at the sheriff's office. For more information, call Norman Dalton, Katie Burk, or Cindy Durand at 359-6122...
More registered to vote (10/08/10)
Early voting starts Monday for the state and federal elections next month and at least 224 people have registered to vote in Marshall County since registration closed for the August elections. Early voting will be available during regular business hours at Election Commission headquarters in the Hardison Office Annex on College Street and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays through Oct. 28, a Thursday...
Immigration likely debate topic (10/08/10)
Edgar Flores is one of the Marshall County High School students participating in the development of a political debate 10 days from tonight when candidates for the state House and Senate have agreed to appear in the school's lecture hall. And while specific questions won't be finalized or revealed until Oct. ...
Contractor sees growth in area (10/08/10)
Two Alabama construction company leaders working in Lewisburg this month report economic conditions have improved for them. "We've got a lot of work going on; more than we've had in the last three years," said Robert Brown, a project manager for Hollis Concrete and Co., of Pell City, Ala...
Steps taken for Lewisburg industry (10/08/10)
A couple of industrial prospects visited Lewisburg in the last 10 days or two weeks, according to Mayor Barbara Woods who said both looked at the city-owned building in the Business Park on the north side of Mooresville Highway. The visits come as Lewisburg's Industrial Development Board decided to submit to the City Council five names of people interested in filling two open seats on the IDB. They are Chris Collins, Troy Cross, Mark Tankersley, Steve Thomas and Dave Kennedy...
Ready for the Goats, Music & More (10/08/10)
Obituary: George Montagne Sabilino Sr. (10/08/10)
George Montagne Sabilino Sr., 84, of Chapel Hill, died Monday, Oct. 4, 2010. Mr. Sabilino was born in Seattle, Wash. and was a son of the late Daniel Bajo and Florence May Montagne Sabilino. He served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict and later was a Merchant Marine. ...