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General Sessions Judge Lee Bussart and Lewisburg City Court Judge Barbara Medley in partnership with District Attorney Robert J. Carter, Public Defender Donna Hargrove, Sheriff Billy Lamb, the Marshall County Commissioners, the State of Tennessee and the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) are establishing the first Marshall County Recovery Court. ... more
COLUMBIA, Tenn. — As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb across the U.S. and in Tennessee, Maury Regional Health (MRH) has experienced an outpouring of support from community members seeking ways to help the organization and its health care providers on the front lines... more
Marshall County has its first confirmed case of COVID-19. The Tennessee Department of Health notified county authorities on Sunday that a county resident had tested positive for the virus. “While this isn’t news we were hoping for, it’s not totally unexpected,” said Marshall County Mayor Mike Keny, in a statement. ... more
Duck River Electric Membership Corporation stopped disconnections of electric service for non-payment on March 19 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “These actions were taken in recognition of the financial hardships some members may face due to the coronavirus outbreak. We understand electricity is essential for the health and safety of you and your family during these difficult times.” said Duck River Electric Membership Corporation President & CEO Scott Spence... more
Due to the increasing concerns for the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff, all TCAT Shelbyville campuses will be closed and all classes will be taught in an online format for the week of March 23 - March 27. Prior to March 23, students will receive communication from their instructor with specific details and instructions... more
Starting Tuesday, March 17, Marshall County schools will be closed until Monday, April 6. School Director Jacob Sorrells announced the closure Monday morning, as the state attempts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, COVID 19. Gov. Bill Lee issued a statement on Monday morning, in which he “urged” all of the state’s school systems to close as soon as possible until at least March 31... more
The Tennessee Valley Authority awarded $5,000 grants to Cornersville High School and Westhills Elementary School as part of a program to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects all across the Tennessee Valley. The competitive STEM classroom grant program, operated in partnership with Battelle Education, received more than 290 grant requests from across TVA’s seven state service territory... more
Papers are available at the Marshall County Tribune office, 111 W Commerce Street, in case you did not get a copy of your child on the front page. more
Several men in Marshall County got together, loaded their trucks with food and supplies, and traveled to Putnam County to help the first responders and the people who were hit by the devastating tornado early Tuesday morning. Pictured are: Robby McDaniel, Jeff McPerson, Ricky Rogers, Jacob Mitchell Dean, Chris Estes, and Wesley Neece... more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee has confirmed its first case of the new coronavirus, state Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said Thursday. The patient is an adult male living in Williamson County who recently traveled out of the state. The patient is isolated at home and his household contacts are being evaluated, Piercy said... more
The BBQ Bandit has gone up in smoke. That’s the word from Chapel Hill Police Chief Andrew Kon after the arrest in Murfreesboro of Robert Shegog, 36. CHPD was contacted on Friday, Feb. 21, by the Shelbyville PD that they were investigating Shegog in connection with 16 burglaries in that city, and that he might be responsible for a rash of business burglaries in Chapel Hill back in October... more
Columbia State Community College emergency medical technician faculty recently pinned 47 new advanced emergency medical technicians upon completion of an accelerated program in a ceremony held in the Webster Athletic Center. “We are proud of what the faculty and students accomplished in a first of its kind, single semester program format for students to go from no licensure to licensed AEMTs,” said Dr. ... more
A juvenile driver is facing charges after an afternoon chase that ended in Chapel Hill. According to Chapel Hill Police Chief Andrew Kon, the vehicle had run from a routine traffic stop by a Marshall County Sheriff’s deputy. Afterwards, the driver was reportedly involved in a minor traffic accident in the county and left the scene of that event as well... more
The Marshall County fce met for their annual Sweet Treats Bake-Off Feb. 7, 2020. The meeting was held at the Hardison Annex. Members prepared treats to be judged in seven categories. Twenty members entered forty entries in the competition. While the sweet treats were being judged, members participated in the regular fce business meeting. ... more
Oak Grove Elementary announces its “Cubs For Kindness” team that will be working with Mrs. Amy Sumners, OGES school counselor, on various leadership and service projects that focus on “Kindness” this school year. These students were nominated and chosen to represent their 1st grade class. Congratulations!... more
Wesley Derryberry is a 2019 graduate from Cornersville High School. PVT. Derryberry graduated from Fort Leonard Wood Missouri, January 23, 2020, and was inducted into the Army Military Police. Pvt Derryberry graduated finishing with Markman and Sharpshooter Honors. PVT Derryberry will pursue college while also serving in the Army National Guard... more
A delegation from Marshall County traveled to Franklin on Sunday to attend the Twelfth Annual Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards ceremony and celebrate Barb Blackmore, who received this year’s award for her efforts in the county. Blackmore began Moms On A Mission in 2005 to send care packages to deployed soldiers all over the world. ... more
Jaclyn Paine doesn’t mind being called a “crazy cat lady.” “I’m proud of that title,” Jaclyn said. “I’ve loved cats as long as I can remember.” Now, Jaclyn is taking her love of cats to a new level. She’s opening Lucky’s Cat House in Delina where she helps her father run the Old Delina Country Store... more
A 16-year-old entered a guilty plea on Monday in Marshall County Juvenile Court on charges connected to a fire at the Lewisburg Walmart. The Maury County resident was charged with one count of arson and two counts of reckless endangerment in the Jan. 20 fire in the outdoor garden center area of the store... more
Photo submitted January Students of the Month for Cornersville schools are senior Wyatt Gaines and seventh grader Hope Wright. Teachers nominate worthy students each month and present their nominations to the Student of the Month committee. The committee discusses the nominees and narrows them to one middle school and one high school student... more
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