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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 … more
• 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 … more
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, … more
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 … more
A handful of family members in Lewisburg and Lynnville have received some special recognitions at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture in Knoxville, including on Monday this … more
Despite a sizable agenda, the Marshall County Commission worked quickly through the fairly routine issues before it on Monday evening. Six of the 14 items authorized County Mayor Mike Keny to … more
Marshall County’s positive COVID cases continue to increase, spurred by the delta variant of the original virus. As of Tuesday, August 16, the county showed 246 active cases. One month ago, … more
The US Census Bureau released data last week confirming what causal observers have known for a while: Marshall County is growing. The county and municipality-level data from the 2020 Census … more
The Lewisburg City Council will return to full strength in September after a special called meeting on Tuesday afternoon. The three sitting members of the council unanimously voted to appoint Jack … more
The local radio station WJJM has a new voice broadcasting in the mornings. Taylor Chunn  “Mustain” is now the host of the morning show. Taylor is a 2017 Cornersville High School … more
The Cornersville Mayor and Board of Aldermen revisited several issues at their meeting last Thursday. Enforcement of vehicle weight limits on town streets is paused until the board can adjust the … more
“Marshall County just set foot on the moon.” That was one county official’s response to the news on Friday afternoon, upon hearing that the Tennessee Department of Environment and … more
For the second time in as many months, a white rose has occupied the dais at the Lewisburg City Council work session. Monday afternoon, the rose was in memory of Councilman C. H. Harwell, who passed away on July 25. “He fought hard,” said Mayor Jim Bingham as the meeting started... more
After almost fading away, cases of COVID-19 are once again rising in Marshall County. Mirroring the rest of the country, the relaxation of distancing and masking, stalling vaccination rates, and the emergence of the more infectious delta variant of the virus has sent infection rates and hospitalizations climbing sharply... more
While the show will go on, it’s going to be a few weeks. On Wednesday evening Producer Allison Mulliniks informed the cast of the Marshall County Community Theatre production of Grease that this weekends shows would be postponed due to a positive COVID case in the cast... more
Please be aware that the Marshall Co. Tribune is working on a new and improved Please be patient with us during this process & we are looking forward to better serve you! more
Meetings and Happenings are published at no cost. There is no guarantee of publication. • Farmers Market at Rock Creek Park, every Friday, 6 a.m. until noon; fresh vegetables, canned goods, baked goods, plants. • Intermediate Oil Painting with Felix Maxwell; 6 Week Workshop. Tuesdays: August 10, 17, 24, 31 & September 7, 2021 at 6 p.m.; $150... more
The start of school being just around the corner signals the return of the annual sales tax holiday weekend. This year, as a response to the pandemic year, the Tennessee legislature has added two additional sales tax holidays, as well. The traditional sales tax holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 30, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Aug, 1... more
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