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The South Pittsburg High School Pirates take their 2-0 record on the road tonight to play Cascade High School in Wartrace, Tenn. Next week will be their biggest challenge, playing host to Signal Mountain High School.

  • Sept. 14th, 2010  |
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On Monday morning we awoke to a big mess in front of Stevarinos. A large strike of lightning struck the top of the building, doing extensive damage. There was no fire. Several businesses close by incurred losses to electronic devices such as computers, phones and fax machines. Fortunately, there were no injuries. The business re- opened Tuesday.

John Graham received a call at 5:01 p.m. Monday and was informed that he had won the drawing for the 2010 Ford Ranger XLT being given away by the Lions Club and Moss Motors.

The Fourth of July celebration will be held on Monday, July 5, at the Riverpark Pavilion and Boat Dock. The event is sponsored by the city of South Pittsburg.

The 2010 Fall Color Cruise festival at Hales Bar Marina is already being planned.

School’s out, the city pool is open. Call 228-3186 for hours and information.

With the Fourth of July approaching, it is time for the Lions Club Truck drawing.

The Marion County Fair will be earlier this year than in the past.

Well, here we are, the 14th annual National Cornbread Festival. The main streets are all blocked off and the stage is set. Rain or shine, this festival, set for Saturday and Sunday, is ready to roll.

Time for the fair rides and carnies to start arriving in town. Time to start blocking the streets off. Time for one of the greatest and organized events by a community that I have ever witnessed to begin. Yes, it's the National Cornbread Festival, set for April 24-25.

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