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Guest Column

Misuse of handicap parking new pet peeve
By SUSAN BOWMAN

Here are some thoughts I would like to share on the abuse of handicap parking. It is a new pet peeve of mine, and I've only had to deal with this issue a short time compared to some who have had to deal with these issues their whole life.
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Two ways offered to help minimize electric rates
By FRANK JENNINGS

Electric bills spiked this winter…and so did consumers’ concerns. Over the last couple of months, MTEMC has had record numbers of members calling in to ask questions or express dismay.
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Letters to the Editor

Reader asks how will scenes be depicted at the Bible Park?
To the Editor:
 
I have been puzzling over this proposed Bible Park, not the financial end of it (though that, too, such as the projected number of visitors who might be persuaded to come into this city), but mostly about the types of scenes that would be presented.
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General News

Chamber presents awards at annual banquet
Members of the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce gathered Thursday night for the 85th Anniversary Celebration and Awards Banquet held at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center.

Held in the East-West Building, the event was catered by Outback Steakhouse.

Following are the winners of awards presented each year by the chamber:

Cedar Tree Award
For the Best New Professional or Commercial Building, completed this year:
Rose Tire Company
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Wilson Co. property tax deadline is today
By CONNIE ESH, The Wilson Post

Wilson Country taxpayers will get an extra day to pay their property taxes with no penalty this year.

County Trustee Jim Major said his office is extending the deadline to pay with no penalty until Monday, March 2 because the normal deadline of Feb. 28 falls on a Saturday. Property taxes must be paid, usually, by Feb. 28 to avoid paying a penalty, he added.

Major said collections are about $100,000 behind where they were this time last year, but that with the economy as bad as it has been he isn’t as concerned as he expected to be.
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