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Tigerettes hoping successful preseason carries to regular season

Playing in one of the toughest, if not the toughest, district in the state has been a challenge for the Marshall County Tigerettes. Despite facing a brutal district slate, the returning core of players are building on a solid preseason and eager to begin the 2021 season, according to coach Mike Livingston...
Obituaries
Robert Lee Stinson, 67, of Murfreesboro, died Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital. He was born in Tokyo, Japan to the late Robert and Sato Suzuki Stinson. He retired from …
Josephine Yokely Connelly was born January 12, 1923, and departed this life on October 14, 2021 at the age of 98. She was the daughter of John T. Yokely and Lucille Nelson Yokely who preceded her …
Mrs. Carman “Cindy” King Cantrell, 60, of the Verona community of Marshall County, died Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, in Columbia, TN.  Mrs. Cantrell was born in Marshall County and was …
Donald Wayne Edwards, 55, of Belfast, died Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, at Vanderbilt Medical Center. He was a native of Marshall County, the son of Rev. Frank M. Edwards and the late Eva Richardson …
Sheila Eve Orr, 86, a long time resident of Lewisburg, now of Mt. Juliet, died Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital. She was a native of Brooklyn, NY, the daughter of the …
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Burke's Outlet is Hiring

Burke's Outlet, locted at 148 The Acres Shopping Center in Lewisburg will be hiring for all positions. Contact Amy Renfro, Michelle Popejoy or Michael Popejoy at 931-297-5038 to apply.

TWRA Hunter Ed Course

Hunter Education class to be held at East      Commerce Baptist Church There will be a Hunter Education Classroom Course at East Commerce Baptist Church, Oct. 18, 19, 21, 22; 5 p.m. …

Miss Lewisburg Pageant

The Night of Pageants took place Sept. 25th at Lewisburg Middle School. Look for more photos  published in the Marshall County Tribune, Sept. 30th. The following young ladies were the winners …

Meetings & Happenings

• Sept 30 - The South Central Human Resource Agency Governing Board Meeting & Training will be Sept. 30, 10:30 a.m. at the SCHRA Central office in Fayetteville. • Oct 1 - Pumpkin …

MEETINGS & HAPPENINGS

Meetings and Happenings are published at no cost. There is no guarantee of publication. • TWRA Hunter Education Classroom Course, Sept 20, 21, 23, 24 at Henry Horton State Park Inn, …

Cornersville Main Street Festival

Cornersville Main Street Festival will be held Sept. 11, 1 to 9 PM at the Cornersville Town Park. Free Admission. There will be food trucks, live entertainment by the Straight Shift Band, About Tyme …
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Conference realignment that nobody wants

When Oklahoma and Texas secured their spot in the SEC with a unanimous vote for admission last week, it officially set in motion a cascade of events that will lead to a drastic change in the landscape of college football—a change that nobody seems to want...

College football faces changes

The world of college football is about to get turned on its head. Last week, news broke that Texas and Oklahoma had reached out to the SEC about possibly leaving the Big 12 conference and seeking greener pastures in the nation's premier football conference...

Despite loss, US women still favorites

Well, that's not the start we wanted. Early Wednesday morning, several sports began their Olympic journey in Tokyo, notably with softball and women's soccer. In a stunning upset, Sweden blanked the U.S. Women's national team, 3-0, breaking a 44-match win streak by the U.S....

US Women showcase protest of anthem

We're on the verge of the greatest event in sports. After COVID derailed the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which were originally scheduled to be held last summer, nations around the globe are holding Olympic Trials and teams who will compete are holding their final tune up games to prepare for the Games, which begin with the opening ceremony on July 23...

Colleges

Vols hoping for six wins in '21

At long last, it’s football time in Tennessee. The Volunteer football program has surely undergone its share of changes over the past year, from the departure of former coach Jeremy Pruitt …

Five bold predictions for college football in '21

Kirby Smart has been building the Georgia Bulldogs into a perennial power for years now. Since he was hired as the Bulldogs' head coach in 2016, Georgia has dominated the SEC East and in addition to winning an SEC title in 2017, Georgia went on to face Alabama in the national championship later that season. Smart has built a winning pedigree, having posted 10-plus win seasons in three of his five seasons at the helm for Georgia...

Community
It was old-fashioned football at Chapel Hill Thursday night as the undefeated FMS Rockets hosted the Fayetteville Tigers in the Duck River Valley Conference title game. Forrest won the regular …
The Forrest Middle School Rockets completed an undefeated regular season and made some extra history Thursday night as they pummeled Community 56-0 at the Murrey E. Holton Memorial Field in Chapel …
High Schools
After shaking off some bye week rust in the first half, the Forrest Rockets played shutdown defense and scored twice in the second half to win 28-14 at Richland Friday night and secure the Region …
UNIONVILLE – It was a battle for 80 minutes Tuesday night between two teams whose seasons were on the line in the District 6-A soccer semifinals. When the dust had settled, the Community …
LEWISBURG — Marshall County’s Region 5-AAAA matchup on Friday night against Pearl-Cohn saw a perfect storm develop in the first quarter that set up a huge win by the Firebirds.Pearl-Cohn …
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How to Make the Holidays Less Stressful for the Whole Family
(Family Features) Between changes in routine and visiting family (or having them visit you), the holidays can be emotionally overwhelming for children and adults alike, even in "normal times." Consider these tips to help families prepare for a less stressful holiday season.
School-year wellness: 5 ways to support children’s immune health
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Three Ways to Travel Smarter This Holiday Season
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Flu season is here: What you need to know
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(NewsUSA) "Almost Happy" by Dr. Brian Kaplan and Hephzibah Kaplan It's a proven fact: We are healthier and happier when we are laughing. Not only is laughter good for our body, …