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Stories from Friday, October 15, 2010

Today marks official start of fire season (10/15/10)
Today, Oct. 15, marks the official start of fire season in Tennessee. Burning permits are required between Oct. 15 and May 15. For a burn permit in Marshall County, call 270-2244 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Permits are free, and may be obtained in advance for weekends and holidays. David Warren and Richard Williams are the local forestry representatives...
Senate debate included wine in grocery stores (10/15/10)
The biggest tit-for-tat in the state Senate race of interest to Marshall County voters boils down to allegations of misuse of money and the Internet, but other differences emerged during a debate last month between Sen. Bill Ketron and his rival, Columbia Councilman Debbie Matthews...
Crime reports (10/15/10)
Arrested on 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force warrants: Turned himself in on a violation of probation warrant: Arrested and charged with aggravated assault: Arrested and charged with vandalism: Thefts and vandalism reported: Arrested on warrants for criminal trespass and theft under $500 at the Lewisburg Wal-Mart...
Briefs (10/15/10)
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...
180 opt to take advantage of early voting (10/15/10)
Tennessee voters are being asked to decide a referendum question on the Nov. 2 election ballot, as well as select a governor, congressman, and state lawmakers. As 108 of Marshall County's 17,448 registered voters were casting ballots on Wednesday -- the first day of early voting -- a retired employee of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency explained the referendum...
Fuller will get bonus from city (10/15/10)
Lewisburg's retiring city manager is to be paid a bonus greater than $17,500 following a split vote by the City Council on Tuesday when a councilman challenged the mayor's authority to raise the subject for consideration. City Manager Eddie Fuller "has done phenomenal things," Mayor Barbara Woods said, noting Fuller has been manager for 17 of his 38 years of service to the city. ...
Whose goat got best marks? (10/15/10)
A Marshall County fainting goat and a Marshall County Boer goat were judged champions at the Goats, Music and More Festival last weekend when thousands of people visited Lewisburg, strolled Old Farmington Road in Rock Creek Park and had a darned good time...
Debates set for Monday at MCHS (10/15/10)
Four Marshall County High School students have volunteered to participate in the Marshall County Tribune's political debate for state House and Senate candidates on Monday evening in their school's lecture hall. Some of them are willing to ask questions while others will collect and select written questions from the audience before the debates and during a 10-minute intermission halfway through the 90-minute program starting at 5:30 p.m...
Obituary: Laurine Boatman (10/15/10)
Laurine Boatman, 97, of Lewisburg, died Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010. A native of Marshall County, Mrs. Boatman was a daughter of the late Ruby Milburn and Ola Mae Liles Haney. She was retired from the former Lewisburg Community Hospital as a nurse's aide and was a member of Main Street Church of Christ in Chapel Hill...
Public records (10/15/10)
Marriage Licenses Douglas Adam Henderson and Cindy Marie Fivecoat; Joel Daniel Hutson and Mallory Chantel Fuller; Damian Thomas Joyner and Melanie Kaye Matlock; William Channing Smith and Gwen Edith Viele; Jason Leonard Stafford and Candace Lawanda Smith; Ryan Jacob Strickland and Kristina Marie Krauss Moore...