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Stories from Friday, June 1, 2012

Thomas Edward Poarch (06/01/12)
Thomas Edward Poarch, 68, of Belfast, died Thursday, May 31, 2012. A native of Lewisburg, Mr. Poarch was a son of the late Golie Poarch and Lily Ball Poarch. He was a self-employed owner of a sanitation disposal service. He is survived by his wife, Betty Poarch of Belfast; two sons, Carey Gower of Chapel Hill and Duane Hobby of Lewisburg; two sisters, Alice Newton of Pulaski and Sue Barnes of Lewisburg; a brother, Ned Poarch of Belfast; grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.. ...
By Clint Confehr Senior Staff Writer A Marshall County Board of Public Utilities pipeline construction crew this week started trenching and laying water mains north of Chapel Hill to better serve the Dockers shoe warehouse so it can be expanded. That's the word from local officials who also report the county is applying for a state grant to finish the road into Lewisburg's Interstate 65 Commerce Park where a food company plans to construct a building and the road would reach the city's building constructed on speculation that a prospective employer would buy it.. ...
Jury convicts local man charged with aiding escapee (06/01/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer A young Lewisburg man was found guilty at the end of a one-day jury trial last week, and will be sentenced later this summer. Bryan S. Harmon, 22, of 3rd Avenue North, was charged with being an accessory after the fact in the escape of Claude Anthony Brown, 29, on Nov. 16, 2011...
TDOT to discuss more bypass plans (06/01/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer A public meeting later this month is the first step towards more road improvements in Marshall County. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is holding the meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 28, at Oak Grove Elementary School, to receive public comments on the widening of the bypass from Walgreens to the Tiger Market...
97 percent compliance with HPA (06/01/12)
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. - With United States Department of Agriculture veterinarians and compliance officers present throughout the event, more than 97% of the horses inspected at the 42nd annual Celebration Fun Show were compliant with the Horse Protection Act that is designed to eliminate soring in the training of Tennessee Walking Horses...
Design college students returning to city square (06/01/12)
From Staff Reports A small, Franklin, Tenn.-based private college that specializes in interior architectural and graphic design, merchandizing, advertising and fashion is teaching class on Lewisburg's public square again this summer. It's in conjunction with the Lewisburg Downtown Alliance of merchants and property owners around the Marshall County Courthouse. ...
Turchetta embraces past, relishes the future (06/01/12)
Tom Turchetta is entering his third year as the head football coach at Marshall County High School and 2011 was a program-changing season as the Tigers' squad took a giant leap forward, posting a sparkling 9-4 record and becoming only the fourth MCHS team to play three play-off games and the first since 1988 to have the trio of post-season contests at Preston Hopkins Field in Lewisburg. "That was tremendously satisfying and so different than the year before when I remember after getting the job and two days later, going over to Lincoln County on the bus, and I didn't even know their names," said Turchetta. "It has been great to see these kids buy in, how hard they try. You always form a bond with all your kids and I am very proud of all of them. But that senior class that just graduated, as sophomores were 1-9, as juniors they went through the coaching change and had something entirely different and went 4-7 and made the playoffs, and then last year they went 9-4, going to the third round, so they will always have a special spot in my heart."
Lady Vols headed to World Series (06/01/12)
Former Cornersville softball standout and Univeristy of Tennessee freshman Haley Fagan (left) gets ready to board a plane bound for Oklahoma City on Tuesday morning along with teammate Melissa Davin (right) after the Lady Vols qualified for the NCAA College World Series by defeating Georgia in the Super Regionals.
Marshall County Youth Baseball & Softball League Action (06/01/12)
A-Plus Collision trounces Marshall Medical Center (06/01/12)
A-Plus Collision Center picked up their first win of the season on Wednesday night by beating Marshall Medical Center 11-2 in five innings at Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Field. The game began on Tuesday evening, but was halted in the top of the fifth inning due to heavy rains with A-Plus Collision Center leading 9-1. After play resumed on Wednesday, A-Plus Collision (1-2) tacked on two more runs to open up an 11-1 advantage before coasting to the easy victory.
Chapel Hill Farm Center blanks IMI (06/01/12)
Chapel Hill Farm Center recorded their second straight shutout victory over Irving Materials Incorporated (0-3) when they defeated IMI 10-0 in five innings on Wednesday night at Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Field to run their record to 3-0 on the season. Having scored double digit runs in each of their previous two outings, CHFC continued their early season offensive surge and finished with 10 hits and six walks against IMI starting hurler Brayden Gentry, who pitched four and two-thirds innings.
Joy Elizabeth Ragland (06/01/12)
Joy Elizabeth Ragland, 86, died quietly at her home in Fair Oaks, Calif., on Thursday, May 24, 2012. She was born Rachel Elizabeth Holt to the late Deward Allen and Annie Belle Ridner Holt on April 13, 1926, in Giles County. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Peggy Joyce Bishop Ragland; son, Alan Earl Bishop Ragland; sisters, Ellen Woods, Maxine Curtis, and Nora Braddock; and brothers, Oliver Holt, Bobbie Holt, and Harold Holt...