Thursday, March 23, 2006
permits reach 10,000 milestone
Developer George Lee, owner of Central Builders of Memphis, bought the 10,000th building permit at the Marshall County Planning Commission office, Monday.
Officers nab four on drug charges
Four Marshall County residents were arrested over the weekend on narcotics and drug trafficking charges, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
Hurdle collapses after win, recovering
Steve Hurdle, originally of Slayden and one of only three or four handlers who have won the National Open Shooting Dog Championship, National Derby Championship, and National Championship at Ames Plantation, collapsed after final photos were taken in ceremonies February 28 and was taken to Memphis.
County taking bids on garbage collection
Marshall County has solicited bids for household waste collection for the next three years. Bids are due in March 31.
Supervisors met with the countys new solid waste consultant, Environmental Business Services, EBS, in late February to draft up a bid package.
Aldermen, mayor hear requests
New Hope Village director Shirley Dillard was among several people approaching the Holly Springs Board of Aldermen March 7 seeking support.
The fourth Holly Springs Charity Walking Horse Classic drew approximately 1,500 to the Marshall County Fairgrounds Saturday evening to see about 230 entries, according to Susan Jordan, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce.
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