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Marshall County 14 Year Old Babe Ruth Champs

The 14 Year Old Babe Ruth Tennessee State Champs will play Greenville, North Carolina at noon Thursday. That game will be brought to you by Danny Hollingsworth and Arron Crowell on 94.3 FM and on the live streaming of the FM station. Thanks to our summer sponsors for help making this possible. Go MC Bombers!!!!


NASHVILLE – A quarantine for Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect that destroys ash trees, has been expanded to include five more Tennessee counties.

With EAB discovered in traps in Franklin, Marshall, Rutherford, Trousdale and Williamson counties, those areas are now under restriction for the movement of ash trees and ash tree products. EAB was confirmed in Cumberland and Bledsoe counties in June. Tennessee now has 46 counties under state and federal EAB quarantine.


EAB is a destructive forest pest that made its way from Asia to the United States in the 1990s. This pest was first detected in Tennessee in 2010. Typically, EAB can kill an ash tree within three years. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture and USDA-APHIS are working together to identify infestation using purple box traps placed in ash trees across the state.

The EAB quarantine prohibits the movement of firewood, ash nursery stock, ash timber and other material that can spread EAB. Citizens should report any symptomatic ash trees to the department of agriculture and follow these simple rules:


  • Don’t transport firewood.
  • Use firewood from local sources near where it will be burned.
  • If you purchase firewood, make sure that is labeled and certified to be pest free.
  • Watch for signs of infestation in your ash trees. 
    Visit www.tn.gov/agriculture/topic/ag-businesses-eab for a symptoms checklist and a map of quarantined counties.


TDA’s Division of Forestry estimates that there are 261 million ash trees on public and private timberland in Tennessee, potentially valued as high as $9 billion. 

For more information about EAB and other destructive forest pests, as well as tips for infestation prevention, visit www.protecttnforests.org.


(LEWISBURG, Tenn.) — Marshall County parents don’t have to wait for the state’s tax-free weekend to save money on back-to-school apparel for students. School starts in Marshall County on Wednesday, Aug. 5.


“Every weekend — and weekday for that matter — is tax-free when you shop for clothes and shoes at Goodwill,” said retail District Manager Jennifer Martin, referring to a statewide tax exemption on the sale of used garments.


Moreover, Goodwill’s low prices mean parents can purchase three or more outfits for what they might spend on one elsewhere, she said.


The not-for-profit’s 35 retail stores in Middle and West Tennessee, including the one in Lewisburg, are stocked with many of the items students need to meet standard attire requirements, such as collared or Polo-style shirts in many shades like navy and white, and skirts and slacks in khaki, black and other colors.


The regular price for children’s clothing in sizes 2T to 6X is $2.49 per piece, while clothing for older students’ sizes 7-16 is $3.49 per item.


The stores also offer belts, ties and backpacks and other gear for students. Many items such as these will be sold tax-free at Goodwill during the state’s Sales Tax Holiday, Aug. 7-9.


Goodwill’s daily and monthly sales can greatly compound customers’ savings. Everything in Goodwill’s stores (excluding drinks) will be half price Saturday, Aug. 1, during our monthly storewide first-Saturday sale. These other specials also can help parents and students save:


●        Every day: 50 percent off the Color of the Week.

●        Every Wednesday and Sunday: 99 cents for Color of the Week clothing

●        Every Monday, $5 off any purchase of $25 or more.

●        Shoppers can save even more by signing up for a Goodwill Rewards card and by following Goodwill on Facebook for notification of other special offers.


College students also can find clothing, furniture and electronics at Goodwill to suit their needs, Martin said. She added that, in August, Goodwill stores will begin stocking the fall and winter clothing — including sweaters, jackets and coats — which will benefit students of all ages.


Goodwill stores are open 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sunday

Local Man Killed In An Industrial Accident

At approximately 11:45 Sunday night a Lewisburg man was killed in what is believed to be an industrial accident at Walker Die Casting Inc.  WJJM spoke with Walker Die Casting President John Walker Monday afternoon.  Mr. Walker stated that the third shift began at 11pm Sunday and Stanley W. Hubbard, a maintenance employee, was working on a machine around 11:45.  Details at this time are limited, however Mr. Walker told WJJM that T.O.S.H.A. has been to the plant and is investigating the incident.  Mr. Walker asked everyone to keep Mr. Hubbard’s family in their prayers.

Hospital Medicine Physicians Join Maury Regional Medical Staff

COLUMBIA, Tenn. – Maury Regional Medical Center recently welcomed three hospital medicine physicians to the medical staff. Maury Regional’s hospital medicine physicians are provided by Family Health Group, an affiliate of MRMC. These physicians are specialists who devote their time and expertise to adult and pediatric patients exclusively within the hospital setting. The hospital medicine physicians are trained in internal medicine and pediatrics and can care for patients ranging from infants to the elderly.

Griffin A. Guice, M.D., received his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine/ pediatrics at the University of Alabama Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama.

Jacob D. Kelley, M.D., received his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine/ pediatrics at the University of Alabama Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama.

Thang M. Phan, M.D., received his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport, Louisiana. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine/ pediatrics at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in Shreveport, Louisiana.

“Get Alarmed Tennessee” Smoke Alarm Program Has Now Saved More Than 100

Begun in 2012, the Smoke Alarm Program Has Helped Improve State’s Fire Safety

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) announces that smoke alarms installed as part of the “Get Alarmed Tennessee” program have now contributed to helping save over 100 lives since the program’s inception in 2012.

The “Get Alarmed” program’s success will be featured next week as part of presentations given by the SFMO during the National Association of State Fire Marshals annual conference in Nashville. The annual event will be held in the Renaissance Nashville Hotel in downtown Nashville.

Since its inception, SFMO and Tennessee fire service partners have distributed more than 81,000 smoke alarms for free across Tennessee in high-risk areas. Figures have recently confirmed the 101st saved life. The installation program along with fire prevention education, fewer fires and other factors helped play a role in reducing Tennessee’s fire mortality rate in 2014.

“By comparing where ‘Get Alarmed’ smoke alarms were installed against fire incident reports, we can track the program’s success and effectiveness,” said Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Deputy Commissioner Gary West. “’Get Alarmed Tennessee’ perfectly fits our mission to reduce fire deaths. Going forward, we will continue to focus our resources and help save more lives and protect more property.”

The National Association of State Fire Marshals conference kicks off at 9 a.m. Monday.

City of Lewisburg Meetings August 2015

1. The Mayor and Council of the City of Lewisburg will hold a work session Monday, August 3rd 6:00pm, at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street.

2. The Tree City Advisory Board will meet Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 4:00 pm, at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street in the downstairs conference room.

3. The Mayor and Council of the City of Lewisburg will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, August 11th, at 6:00 p.m. at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street.

4. The Lewisburg Recreation Board will hold their monthly meeting Monday, August 17th, 6:00pm at the Lewisburg Recreation Center in the small meeting room, 1551 Mooresville Highway.

5. The Community Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will hold their monthly meeting Tuesday, August 25th, 12:00 noon, at the Historic 1st Avenue Building, 207 1st Avenue.

6. The Lone Oak Cemetery Advisory Board quarterly meeting will be Tuesday, August 25th, 2015, 4:00 pm, at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street.

7. The Industrial Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will hold their regular scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, August 3, 2015 at 12:00 pm Noon, at the historic first Avenue Building, 207 1st Avenue North, Lewisburg, TN 37091.

8. The Lewisburg Gas Department Monthly Board meeting will be held Monday, August 3rd at 4:30 pm located at 505 N. Ellington Parkway.

Homeschool Registeration In Marshall County

Parents who reside in Marshall County and are planning to home school their children for the 2015-16 school year need to register with the Marshall county Board of Education between the dates of August 1st and August 15th at 700 Jones circle in Lewisburg.

Independently Home Schooled children who hope to be eligible for athletics in their home district must register by August 1.

June 2015 County Unemployment Rates

NASHVILLE – County unemployment rates for June 2015, released today, show the rates increased in 94 counties and decreased in one county. Specific county information for June is available on the Internet; enter http://www.tn.gov/assets/entities/labor/attachments/LaborJUNE2015.pdf

Marshall County unemployment rates increased slightly from the 5.7% in May to 6.3% in June. However it remains lower that the 6.8% of June of 2014.

Town of Cornersville Meetings August 2015

1. The Town of Cornersville will have its regular meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on August 6, 2015 at 6:30 P.M. at Town Hall in Cornersville. This meeting is open to the public and all citizens are welcome to attend.

Schools Prepare For New Year

Employees of the Marshall County School System are preparing for a new school year.  Teachers have been involved in training throughout the summer, and the principals are scheduling open houses and orientation sessions to familiarize parents with the policies and procedures of the school and the system.

Chapel Hill Elementary School (CHES): Monday, August 3 – kindergarten at 5:30 p.m.; 1st grade at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 4 – 2nd grade at 5:30 p.m.; 3rd grade at 6:30 p.m.

Delk-Henson Intermediate School (DHIS): Monday, August 3, 5:00 p.m. – 4th grade orientation. Tuesday, August 4 –5th grade orientation at 5:00 p.m.; 6th grade orientation at 6:00 p.m.

Cornersville School (CVS): Monday, July 27, 6:00 p.m. – 7th grade parent orientation night.

Oak Grove Elementary School (OGES): Monday, August 3, 5:30 p.m. – kindergarten parent orientation. Tuesday, August 4, 5:30 p.m. – 1st grade parent orientation.  These back-to-school nights are for parents to fill out papers and be given information for the school year.

Westhills Elementary School (WES): Monday, August 3, 5:30 p.m. – 4th grade orientation. Tuesday, August 4, 5:30 p.m., 5th/6th grade orientation.

Marshall County High School (MCHS): Tuesday, August 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m. – Freshman Open House.

For more information about events to be held at your school, call:  CHES, 246-4255; DHIS, 536-0491; Forrest School, 246-4733; Cornersville Elementary School, 246-4230; CVS, 246-4170; OGES, 270-0892; Marshall Elementary School, 359-7149; WES, 359-3909; Lewisburg Middle School, 359-1265; and MCHS, 359-1549.


NASHVILLE – Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have arrested and charged a now former caseworker from the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services accused of unlawful sexual contact with a woman at a home he was visiting this week as part of his routine work.

Earlier this week, at the request of 16th District Attorney General Jennings Jones, TBI Agents began investigating Eulice Handy. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that while on duty Tuesday as a DCS caseworker, Handy visited a residence in La Vergne to conduct an assessment of the living conditions. Investigators further determined Handy made contact with an adult female at the home, with whom he had sexual contact without her consent. Handy is no longer employed by the Department of Children’s Services.

Today, a TBI Agent arrested the 42-year-old Nashville man and charged him with one count of Sexual Battery. Authorities subsequently booked Handy into the Rutherford County Jail, where at the time of this release, he was being held on $25,000 bond.



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