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• Tennessee Governmental Prayer Alliance will hold a prayer service at the Marshall County Courthouse, at 9 a.m., the second Saturday of each month. The main objective of this organization is to serve those in authority through prayer. Everyone is invited to attend these services... more
Marshall County school data, as of Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 18. Marshall County High School and Cornersville high school students have both moved entirely to virtual learning until Monday, Aug. 31, due to the numbers of students quarantined. more
The Lewisburg Water and Wastewater Department celebrated the early retirement of a $1,360,970 bond issue at their monthly meeting on Tuesday. “Our goal, with the board’s help, is to reduce the long-term debt. Every manager in every department has done a great job watching our costs and expenses closely,” said General Manager Trigg Cathey... more
With students at two of the county’s high schools facing two weeks of virtual school already this school year, what are the options for those without reliable internet connection? Online learning presents access issues for some students, needing to sign on the school every day... more
Just as Chapel Hill was getting a handle on water supply, the issue of waste water became an issue. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen heard from the town’s consulting engineer, Greg Davenport, last week about choices for the future of the system. The town’s current treatment plant was built in 1989 with a capacity of 170,000 gallons of wastewater treated per day... more
The Columbia State Community College Foundation recently received a scholarship endowment from Carol M. Williams and Gina McKenzie in memoriam of their mother, Mary Elizabeth Cromartie McKenzie. McKenzie was born a Marshall County native, but grew up and lived 37 years in Florida. ... more
Huntington Learning Center has opened a brand new center in Murfreesboro. As the newest member of the Huntington family, Cedric Dukes, owner of the Murfreesboro Huntington, says he is eager to help students succeed in school. “I’m honored to become a part of this amazing organization with a long-standing commitment to helping students do better in school,” says Dukes. ... more
A new service of In His Image Pregnancy Resource Center released during the first week of August. Thanks to many donations from churches and individuals, mommies-to-be will be able to see their unborn babies by way of a free ultrasound. Martin Ryan and John Rawe representing St. ... more
The much anticipated start of the high school football season is this week and as many as 120 games will be played during Week 1, five of which will be played on Thursday. As we all know, "Friday Night Lights" may not look the same this year and it’s important for everyone to do their part as our students return to play. ... more
The first full week of school was going to be key said Director of Schools Jacob Sorrells at Monday’s meeting of the Marshall County School Board. Some schools have fared better than others, and there is already a change in scheduling. Friday morning, Sorrells announced that all classes in the district will be online for the next three Wednesdays, starting next week on Aug. 19, and continuing Aug. 26 and Sept. 2... more
Marshall County High School will be moving to entirely online classes for the next two weeks. Director of Schools Jacob Sorrells announced that MCHS will move to virtual learning only between Aug. … more
Sunflowers lift everyone’s spirits and they are warm and inviting as the summer sun. Sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity. Ms. Earlene’s sunflowers are being adored by many and adds beautiful color to her yard. photo by Patty Blackburn... more
Marshall County schools started well in their first week back since March, but, like everything else during the pandemic, uncertainty remains. “Everyone was surprised with how good it was,” said Director of Schools Jacob Sorrells of the first week of school, as staff and students dealt with new guidelines and concerns due to COVID-19... more
Last Thursday’s primary and county general election served up some new faces representing county residents. Marshall County will have a new representative in the General Assembly next term, as Todd Warner defeated two-term incumbent Rick Tillis and challenger Vincent Cuevas in the 92nd District Republican primary... more
Marshall County will have a new representative in the General Assembly next term, as Todd Warner defeated two-term incumbent Rick Tillis and challenger Vincent Cuevas in the 92nd District Republican primary. Warner garnered 2,176 votes in Marshall County to Tillis' 1,673 and Cuevas' 896... more
Laura Sue Allen Farmer, 77, resident of Lewisburg, died on Monday, July 27, 2020, at Maury Regional Medical Center. Graveside services will be conducted on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at 4 p.m. at Sunset Park Memorial Gardens. The family will visit with friends from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at Bills-McGaugh & Hamilton Funeral Home... more
Marshall County’s unemployment rate dropped again for June but not enough to get the county out of the ten worst rates in the state. Unemployment stood at 12.6% for June, down from 16.9% in May, according to numbers released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development... more
The early voting period begins tomorrow, July 17, for the August 6 primary election. In person early voting is available at the Marshall County Election Commission office in the Hardison School Annex in Lewisburg through Saturday, August 1, at noon... more
After years of planning, the state officially celebrated the current construction project at Henry Horton State Park. Gov. Bill Lee was joined by a host of elected officials, state park and general services employees, construction executives, and local residents to focus on the changes and investment at the park... more
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