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Stories from Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Williams opposes tax hike (08/10/11)
As Marshall County leaders are driving home their annual budget deliberations, Roads Superintendent Jerry Williams remains opposed to a tax rate hike, but still looks for opportunities to provide motorists a smooth drive.
School budget being changed already (08/10/11)
Less than a week after getting approval for their budget from the county commission's education and budget committees, school board members had to approve changes to it.
Design students may return (08/10/11)
Lewisburg leaders' and downtown business and property owners' reactions to college students' proposals for redesign of buildings were so positive that one of the instructors anticipates an encore next summer.
Reapportionment accomplished without fanfare (08/10/11)
With very little discussion during their most recent session, county commissioners approved a reapportionment plan that maps out their election districts and those for members of the school board.
Man charged with shooting son's front lawn (08/10/11)
A 55-year-old Lewisburg man was jailed early Tuesday morning on charges alleging he fired semi-automatic assault rifle bullets into his son's front yard next to his home on Elm Street at Fayetteville Highway, city police reported.
$1 million bond set in shooting death (08/10/11)
One man is dead and a boy was hospitalized as a result of shootings early Sunday afternoon at a Martin Avenue apartment house.
Hightower's return to form no surprise (08/10/11)
From the first time, when I saw Dont'a Hightower play football at Marshall County High School in 2006, I knew nothing he did on the gridiron would surprise me. When Hightower delivered a blow on the football field, you could feel the pain suffered by the unlucky recipient on the sidelines.
Forrest alums tee it up at Henry Horton (08/10/11)
On Saturday at Henry Horton State Park, the Forrest Alumni Association kicked off their daylong reunion event schedule with a four-man scramble at the beautiful Buford Ellington Golf Course. The Alumni Association holds the annual event to promote fellowship and camaraderie amongst the community with the alums and to raise money for the organization's scholarship fund.