By Jacki Moss Special to the Tribune You've heard the saying that everyone and her dog was at some event? Well, that homily was a fact at Saturday's Bark in the Park. Lisa Laidlaw, walking enjoying the event with Casper... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Graves of 13 unknown soldiers alongside the Natchez Trace are as well-tended as if they had family members in the area. The first weekend in May, we drove the Natchez Trace Parkway from US 64, west of... >>
By Karen Hall Editor In spite of difficulties encountered during the week leading up to the event, the first Second Saturday of the summer was a great success on Lewisburg's courthouse square. "The bouncy things have been a... >>
Nancy Jane Burnett Strong, 75, of Fayetteville, passed away Tuesday, May 7, 2013, due to complications of a stroke suffered in October 2010. Nancy, daughter of Mildred Evelyn Hyde Burnett and Emerson Burnett, was born in... >>
By Karen Hall Editor A man who has been flying longer than some of us have been alive was recognized for 50 years of safe flying by the Federal Aviation Adminstration at a small ceremony at Ellington Airport Wednesday. Bob... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Jim Bingham triumphed in a three-way race for mayor of Lewisburg. Turnout was still low compared to the number of registered voters, but 694 people, 56 percent, cared enough to vote for Bingham. Bill... >>
By Karen Hall Editor If you tour Marshall County schools, everything looks great at first. Halls are clean and brightly decorated, students are moving from room to room in an orderly fashion, teachers are friendly and... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Downtown Alliance members are excited about the first Second Saturday of the summer, to be held Saturday, May 11. At its meeting last week the LDA firmed up plans for the all-day event. "Every active... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Local women, including Mayor Barbara Woods, gathered in Rock Creek Park Monday morning to tidy up the landscaping in front of the Farmers Market pavilion. They were members of the Beautification... >>
By John I. Carney Staff Writer Miss Tennessee, Chandler Lawson of Tullahoma, visited all of Marshall County's elementary schools on Friday to encourage students to do their best on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment... >>
About 2 a.m. May 20, Lewsiburg Police Officer Jeremy Chapman was at a local Shell Station when an employee told him about a couple who pumped gas and had their card declined when they tried to pay....
Stolen fire truck recovered in Mississippi
By Karen Hall Editor A fire truck stolen here Sunday morning was found in Mississippi later the same day, and as the Tribune went to press Wednesday, it was on its way back to Marshall County. "I've...
Fallen officers remembered at service last week
By Karen Hall Editor A man who was a classmate of one of the officers being remembered was the keynote speaker at the Law Enforcement Memorial Service held May 16 in Rock Creek Park. "James Perry and...
New judge appointed in Chapel Hill
By Karen Hall Editor A new judge will be presiding over Chapel Hill's monthly court, starting in June. Aldermen voted unanimously in favor of making Debbie Zimmerle the town's judge, said Town...
Marvin's moves toward opening day
From Staff Reports Marvin's Building Materials and Home Centers will soon be part of the Lewisburg and Marshall County community. Marvin's is named after the late Marvin Cohn. Marvin started as an...
Braden gets 23 years in Penny Coyle case
By Karen Hall Editor A young man who was tried for the murder of Penny Blackwell Coyle, but found guilty of a lesser included charge, was sentenced this week. Jerron Braden, 19, was charged with...
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