History of the Landfill
Dusters complete sweep Murfreesboro Central Magnet
The Marshall County Dusters (6-5) completed the sweep of a doubleheader against Murfreesboro Central Magnet by defeating the Tigers 9-6 in four innings at home on Thursday evening in the nightcap.
After building a 7-2 lead in the first inning of play, the Dusters saw Murfreesboro Central Magnet whittle the deficit to 7-6 in the top of the second.
Nichirin tops A-Plus Collision
Nichirin (4-3, 4-2) strengthened its hold on second place in the Marshall County Babe Ruth league standings by defeating A-Plus Collision Center 9-2 in five innings on Monday night at Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Memorial Park.
Having defeated APCC 22-7 in their previous meeting, Nichirin got off to a fast start in Monday's contest and built a 6-0 lead through the first two innings of play before outscoring A-Plus Collision Center 3-2 over the final three frames to claim the seven-run victory.
Job Fairs to be held this week
The Tennessee Career Center at Northfield will be hosting Job Fairs for TRG Customer Solutions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week.
Obituary: Waldo Emerson Rutherford
Waldo Emerson Rutherford, age 83 of Lewisburg, died Monday, June 6, 2011 in Select Specialty Hospital in Nashville.
Flood Assistance Jobs Available
Job applications will be accepted at Lewisburg Career Center, starting Monday, June 14, for a variety of flood assistance jobs.
Gumby's girls finish third SE Region
The Marshall County Babe Ruth 12U girls made their mark at the Southeast Region Tournament at Dorey Park in Varina, Va. with their play on the field, finishing in third place, but more importantly, Gumby's girls made an everlasting impression with their unbelievable display of sportsmanship that will leave an indelible mark on all those in attendance...
Contract might not a rubber stamp
04-20-2007 - Marshall County commissioners shouldn't fear terms of a contract with Cedar Ridge Landfill next week when they deliberate three proposed resolutions on how to respond to a request for permission to expand the landfill, according to the county attorney's office...
Landfill showdown in court this morning
04-18-2007 - Marshall County Chancellor J.B. Cox was scheduled this morning to consider arguments on a request from County Mayor Joe Boyd Liggett for interpretation of a 1999 contract on Cedar Ridge Landfill because its operators want to expand. Terms of the contract show that if Marshall County does not grant the expansion request then the county would be in breach of the contract, according to County Attorney Lee Bowles who noted an 11-acre expansion was requested last month...
Landfill expansion requested forwarded to state regulators
11-30-2007 - The regional panel supervising a state-required plan for disposal of garage and other solid waste has forwarded a request for expansion of Cedar Ridge Landfill to sate environmental regulators. "This body needs to send it on to Nashville and TDEC (Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation) to go through the technical review," Marshall County Commissioner Joe B. Brandon said shorty after the vote on his motion...
Trash refused by Waste Management
05-16-2007 - Waste Management Inc., the company that's received Marshall County household trash, closed convenience centers on Saturday because a company attorney concluded their contract was voided when the county mayor vetoed the landfill expansion...
Commission Oks landfill expansion
04-24-2007 - LEWISBURG -- Cedar Ridge Landfill in Marshall County may eventually get to use an 11-acre section of its repository for solid waste because of an 11-7 vote Monday night by county commissioners here. The decision adds enough room for about eight years of trash deliveries, instead of about 2-1/2 years, according to officials with Waste Management Inc. who say they're pleased to be able to continue their "partnership" with the county...
Quail Hollow Landfill seen as alternative
if Marshall forces closure
of landfill at Lewisburg
Landfill expansion discussed, odor remedy has temporary smell
10-06-2006 - Waste Management Inc., the corporation that owns and operates Cedar Ridge Landfill on the west side of Lewisburg, has opened discussions with the state about expanding the landfill, according to Congressman Bart Gordon's office. "It's my understanding that Waste Management has spoken with the Tennessee Department of Conservation about potential expansion," said Jim Stubblefield, field representative for the 6th District congressman who has offices in Murfreesboro...
Landfill cleanup campaign started
09-29-06 - As Cedar Ridge Landfill officials await a decision from the state on whether they can monitor groundwater beyond their property line, Marshall County residents and leaders agree -- monitoring of the landfill itself has increased.