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Marshall Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 08, 2008, Marshall, Michigan5 Thatcher a buns be ieans a to students Page 3 students hold mock elections Page 10 re Hawks go to District finals Page 12 the Marshall in chronicle 0serrili Storie f nil in a is ii i Juii ily. Mich it it Iii Ltd Sivit it Niu Iii Iii Kiihr it no\.s. 2 i s a \ of l2s/no. 45 Arounia the Fountain nature area closing a Rich Brooks nature area will cd Csc i to the Public for tie firearm Cienci a season. The Park a ill be closed from nov. Is Tfir Ough no 30. It will re open dec. I. Althou i there will be no Hunting in the Park there w ill he Huntiii i on some of the land that Borders the Park so Toi the safety four Citi ens the Park will those for the firearm season. Fra Sells fresh fruit t _ _ _ Marshall sees lengthy lines to vote City of Marshall voters line Hgt at 6 . To vote he Marshall of i a and Alunni Tki a been Selling Cit Ais fit for .0 cais to the residents of the Marshall Aiva a in the fall of 197s the first a pc direct irom Lorida Quot Citrus Sale t a it a place that first it was a Tough to sell a whole Case of fruit to inc general Public Quot states i Iod Henek i who was the a a Atkison at the time Siik i to Iwer 2kkt cases of Niit Hae Lxii sold Navel oranges red Gra a Frim and make up the Ariet of Niit that the Tion for Sale. I he fat gets of fruit Aie Delu ered directly Troni h Londa to Mariliall Lii h sch k l where they Are tii pc used to allot the customers in Eairly . A Ivins Iii is a product we have sold f or Oer a i ii Ailer Een Tury because it is a a health fur Angeii quiral in Luct Quot. Stated Zivick i a Lor la Loi is the f7-a chair for this Proie i Smee Are agricultural Xii dents. Pro uniting agric Luuri Al Pix ducts is a natural thing to do funds generated from this project help Iro vide scholarships Tor College technical sch a it is and leadership events for Marshall Fra members i addition finds Lor sup k ii of members to attend state and National i i a conventions Are prov Deti. 1 elem blk a is a tune when Many pet it ple make up fit baskets Anil fresh fruit directly Troni Florida make up the base of these baskets. Orders Niay be called in to 781-.s4.s6 or Given to an i a Nie Nibot or Fra alumni member Ilic Deatline Lor ordering fruit is nov. 17. Rise i Iii will in Arr Miil on in c. X veterans Day 2008 veterans Day is i Miniie Liioi Teil annually on the ele Eiith month the eleventh a. A the Eie tenth hour which was the in Anent that would War i ended original called armistice Day the National Holiday was Latch thai ill de to veterans a to Honor i a Etui aids of All wars f Reedom has always been Worth fighting for. I ser ice to oui Mounir. Aiichi veterans Day is the one a it of the Eai when the Prousi men and women who Sei a Are recognized for their contribution to All americans. This year s a ent at a Ort Custer National cemetery is hosted a the All ohm teen 1 of Custer National c Nieters a isor it Nimit tee. Will be Trul memorable starting with a Al Over by the Michigan ii National guard s 1 loth f fighter squad lion. Attendees will Eno hearing i lie la Chance gos Al Trouf. I ony n Odman and Linda Carter Thomas will be surging the National Anthem. The he a Hance gospel group will be doing a selection of patriotic music throughout the one hour a ent there will be two distinguished militia speakers. Battle Creek s col Roger Seidel King. Comman it Ier o the 110 Wing. Also. Vice Admiral Richard k Gallagher Deputy commander is european commander also veterans groups and elected officials will be in attendance the fort Custer National cemetery is l k ated at 155011 Dickman rd., Augusta. Mich. If you have any ques it it is Call Sherry d. Swann. Program a fair at 269 964-0,i w Public meetings a monday nov. 10, Board of education meeting 7 ., Marshall Middle school cafeteria. 100 East Green St. Or election lines at 5 Showed improvement to the 6 . Lines earlier in the Day. Precinct 1 and 2 voters wait at St. Mary s Fellowship Hall to vote tuesday. Photo by Mary Tinsley Young Cinnlt a re elected Marshall mayor Bruce Smith left on his Way to vote tuesday. Marshall voters right packed into the crowded St. Mary a Fellowship tuesday to vote for their Choice candidates. Corinne Kellogg sniff w in r i he 200n i actions came to a finish Lor c Al Hoitin Cui around 2 am . Tii Cre was a wit i a a Allol Dilfer Cnoc. W i i caused the Dola. Counts clerk ail Regis ii v f deeds i Noil Afulei Saul. Quot Marshall Colin in t account for one ote. She said. Marshall Low Rishi a it clerk ciik1\ sink said i Uceda s lion went Well. A a a he Tumo it in the township is Al a a a Ood one. A i \ a Here Between 7s and so sink Saul. He cause i it Vear. Be saw on a Small increase m he numb i Oloizi ser de. The stall and were Able to hair Lac the in in i Moi thl and without problems. Lines were longer m the Carls morning hours t f Sod ii a Rise Only thing that was differ enl this sear than Jujj Sci ago was the line that had f red prior to our i it it a nine Ai &Quot sink said. Quot the press recommended that people Arii. The c in of Marshall also had lines of soles at h a in Quot once that initial group s tiled no one had to is Ait nude i Kim 20 minutes to cast their ballot Quot sink said. Quot i m surprised Ilia the turnout Ssan t larger. At this i int. I m still digesting inc voters had to wait an average of 20 minutes to s a cd Ling to Norlander a Quot it was As smooth As silk Quot she said. Norlander said that the numbers of voters were about the same As four years ago. Differing by less than one percent Quot we did not have the record breaking turnout sve assailed she said. Norlander said the election won t be certified until each bal Loi is act. Of 11 i 11 u. A i k in will he a 1 lie Elul it >1 a \ 1 Vav cd k t the l .4 a 1 cd i Sei cd Slicis. In a cum in reside uial Virack ail \ i to Hiden beat a in la am and Sarah in vote All Les urls int it Lical a pics Mik i Harack ohama4.550 John Mel Ain 2s.53s Deino Cral Hick so Luici laced Oil i,.i inc it i Pic Sei Latise m Iii uss it i inc in hindi i alias Iii pc Iiah an i pm Walberg. Mark Schauer 34.550 Tim a Valuer 28.5. S Quot la s been kind of a whirl Puiul. i in ii Schauer is exc Icil Aho Iii his Oppis Nimis Lojo to Washington ail to Chi to help my Higazi s Cut in my a of we Al l ii Jujj ajl kind of help Lui n this a oin uns lie Saul. A a Sci sea it As a congressman. I m it Ming in be looking Lor Opp Toriumi is id Creale Obs and turn Anu Iii tic Etc Wuu Schauer Saul it s an Bionoi to be elected to a Csc Michigan m the Congress a a we so got the i Vighi leaders in place that under stand that is e Hase to incest in the economie he said Quot pm Trul Hon ored to be thai Soice Lor Marshall and Calhoun for Axhoun count s sheriff. Sherif f of Sam is As up against Dase Adams. Ai Byam 31,402 Dave Adams 30,035 John Russell Ryan 7 Quot pm Sers excited and Sers grateful to the Citi ens of Calhoun Hgt Tim said. Quot pm appreciative to continue m the role see elections pm. 2 sos relocating to Battle greek on nov. 24 i Chi \ i >1 , k i 1 Lai. Llu Quot Luv Vod i Hill sea m la k it 1 m i s i 11 in e \ ii ill Oil Mii \ i c u Lem will mean i i in i r Iii mlle s 1 in ui11> Mii i or inc ii. A i i m. I i ii. C opens a an Apical Eiilwn Niall s 111 Hall be n Elk i Ixo i ii j 11m no a in oils. Reek mice a i i Sli k h will i lose i a the \1 Ai sha11 of \1 k ill j,111 e i. Pin of i n ill Lim pm a c k c Ollil a Liukai o ail. Mill Oil in a i a i ii a main me the needs in 11 to me Sei \ k is oui Mio to Al Lalicin Hen it s a f n i s a ii in mall a e i i s of i ii. 1 is . The Hai Ilc Mainhia a w 11 of 14 and ii w. I a 11 c it ise Al ,1 n ail Ihm cars ii and Llie Ness n it 1 ice 111 is s Iii e 11 e me t ii Unis customers i Ait Sig and and of Teing Loi oui chs loin is i tie Moltke Lea lures a self Sei \ k e is All on a \ Ai Lihle 2 1 a Das in s Ollu is of Iii additional set \ icly a and True Nizik Esu ii As Pasimeni a l Iseo i and Lassei Aid Riedil ail branded Dehili ii Ilie Ciu incr. Expanded Edness \ Luiis tii in , of p ill. Iii Siani lilies the a Hills to Pur i Lias Oil of ii i Ine Ici Oid a i site and sell Seike Siai Loiis Loi Quick Lal i in essays l ii Eile extain Nealions also still he available a the new Ollice cons Tonitis who Iio Winalis use Llic Raulle Veek ail Olliges ail need a civics Duzine of i 24. Mas Iii the h allow ii ill i la pcs a ii ill is s Sulci loj six och a \ alls e a he Khoii oui ils in a i a 11 is2 Lackson 11 iss lie. I the he Sou i Osmi ii a Mali Elk k a >11 i of allow ii ii w i of i s 11 k k ii in h w a a simile Kalai iia of 1iii \ in i a. Kiml Wmk e i i it and. In Lake the Lalk von and Scuilli Kalania of in a i s of Lucs Aie open Kimii a it to p la Liula ii ouch l Iulas silk Louis we Dike sea until pm. 1 he Oil e is open a it am , Moi lax. Lues Das. Itu Lisdas and 1 i Ida in Mil i in to s Lioni ii a in lop in. The Lack Simi downtown of Lac and the Albion i >11 inc Are of Jami Monda i i ouch 1 i idas a 111, to p 111 1 and Len raids Cusio Ineis Hes can of ii Quot skip Ilic lip Quot in Leiu Wiliie then std Klc and Ual Cudiam in j i >11 Al Ion s ludic. \ Illi .1 Uuk h Lone be Ephamie or i Hough the mail realign of the in a i s of tics in pail of the 2 k s phase of l Aud s i Aitch twice Motl Erni alumni i Ograin. The i my Eiam s pm Chasis a i line sing in people and si.-1 s ices ail not a bricks and has All Ossed the Sec Elars of state s office to existing facilities and resources ssh nes i it is. The in Gram was launched in april 2 m 4 and has be Skultetl in the Deselow ment of .2 poll s offices and six slip re enters throughout the state customer satisfaction has consistently been High thanks to modern convenient serv ices adn enhanced efficiencies thee office provide. For More into Mali n about office locations and services visit the Branch of fice foe Ator at ws\ss.Michigan.gov/sos. Gods Stow up so Imi to a a Kos of fast same Day processing of All your treasured Emily photos on film or digital. 191 Marshall s Only local photo processing and copy Center 514 s. Kalamazoo ave. In Marshall located behind and Wysor Folk on kudu serial or we make color amp a amp a copies

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