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Showing 9 articles from February 2, 2012.


Deanne Kay Brewster Swann, 50

Mrs. Swann, 50, died Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2012.
Services are set for 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5 at the Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon.
Visitation Saturday from 2-8 p.m. and Sunday from 12 Noon until the service.
Interment follows in Leeville Cemetery.
Lebanon's Sellars Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Dianne Amann, 60

Ms. Amann passed away Feb. 2, 2012 at age 60.
A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6 at Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway.
Visitation is one hour before the service.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon.

Francine Marsha White, 48

Mrs. White, 48, died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012 at Summit Medical Center.
Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 at J.C. Hellum Funeral Chapel.
Interment will follow in Hamilton Cemetery in Mt. Juliet.
Visitation from 10-11 a.m. prior to service on Saturday.
Lebanon's J.C. Hellum Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Gladys Hardaway Webb, 93

Services were held Thursday afternoon, Feb. 2 at Partlow Funeral Chapel for Ms. Webb, 93, of Lebanon.
Owner of Gladys' Beauty Salon for over 50 years, she died Monday, Jan. 30, 2012 at University Medical Center.Ms. Webbwas a longtime member of First Baptist Church, Lebanon and a faithful member of the FBC Choir.
Interment was in the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Lebanon's Partlow Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Pauline Boykin Harmon,, 95

Mrs. Harmon, 95, of Lebanon died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, at Quality Care Nursing Home.
Services are 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home.
Visitation 11 a.m. Friday until the service.
Interment follows at the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Lebanon's Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home of Lebanon in charge of arrangements.

Tony Ray Kirby, 51

Mr. Kirby, 51, died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012 in University Medical Center.
Funeral services are 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3 at Partlow Funeral Chapel. He was a 1978 graduate of Lebanon High School and a member of the Phillipi Church of Christ.
Visitation 10 a.m. Friday until the service.
Interment follows in Bethlehem Cemetery.
Arrangements by Lebanon's Partlow Funeral Chapel.


John Sloan - Outdoors

The basics of post season scouting

I am continually amazed at how few deer hunters do any post-season scouting. I do not know of a single successful hunter who keys on mature bucks or has to struggle to find deer who does not count post-season scouting among his most valuable tools.

Back in the days when I was serious about deer hunting and hunted for bucks that would make record books, I started my post season scouting a week after the season ended. Some years I would be on the road, scouting in other states for two to three weeks. It is the number one time to find stand sites on new ground.

Why is this period so important? Well to start with, you are able find deer travel patterns that are in use when the deer are being hunted. They are not just leisurely meandering about. They are doing what they do during the time you hunt them. That is critical because that is what they are going to do next year unless one of four factors change.


At the Movies

The Grey a thrilling tale of survival

The Wilson Post

Im a movie guy, thanks to my father, who sat me down and got me to watch all these black-and-white classics and some color ones too. At a young age I was in love with films such as Witness for the Prosecution, Mutiny on the Bounty, Casablanca, Ben-Hur, and I still am.

While I grumbled at first having to watch a movie without color or a movie made so long ago, I dispensed with the misconception that old movies just werent cool and enjoyed every minute of them.

I loved when my dad would ask, want to watch this movie? Of course I took the opportunity to spend quality time with him, even if he fell asleep halfway through whatever we were watching. He could never sit through a whole movie, even if he loved it!


General Sports

Former Cumberland coach Englett honored by NJCAA

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. Former Cumberland Junior College coach and athletic director Mickey Englett is this years single inductee to the NJCAA Womens Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

Englett was responsible for reinstituting athletics at at then Okalossa Walton Junior College in 1990. In addition to being athletic director, from 1991-93 he stepped in as the head coach of the womens basketball team and posted a 57-7 record during the two seasons, winning a Panhandle Conference and Region 8 championship.

His 1993 squad advanced and participated in the NJCAA Division I Womens Basketball Championship in just the second year of the program.

Englett served as the athletic director, mens basketball coach and baseball coach at Cumberland for seven years in the mid-1970s through the early 1980's and is a member of the CU Sports Hall of Fame.

His mens basketball team won the TJCCAA state championship in his first season and Englett started the pipeline from Cincinnati into the Bulldog baseball program, eventually earning the programs first-ever No. 1 national ranking.

As an administrator Englett revived the womens basketball program at CU as well, and he has continued in his administrative work since 1990 at Northwest Florida State College, formerly Okaloosa-Walton Community College.

As an administrator, Englett has championed womens basketball and womens athletics overall for the past 20 years in both the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) and NJCAA.

He is currently in his ninth term on the FCSAA Executive Committee and his eighth term as the FCSAA Commissioner for Womens Athletics and NJCAA Region 8 Womens Director. He currently serves on the NJCAA Division I womens basketball committee as well as the Division I softball and volleyball committees.

In addition Englett is a current member of the NJCAA Executive Committee and is a respected national poll representative for Division I womens basketball and volleyball. He has previously served on multiple national committees for the NJCAA, including the districting committee, eligibility committee and swimming & diving committee.

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