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Showing 11 articles from August 9, 2012.


Gladys Jewell Kelley Gregory, 85

Graveside funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10 in the Antioch Cemetery for Ms. Gregory, 85, of Lebanon.
She died Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012 at University Medical Center.
Lebanons Partlow Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Mary Ruth Young, 89

Funeral services have been scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday Aug. 11 at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for Mrs. Young, 89, of Lebanon.
She died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012 at Lebanon's Southern Manor Living Center.
The family will receive friends 4-8 p.m. Friday and 1 p.m. until the service on Saturday at the funeral home.
Interment will be in Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Lebanon's Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.



No plan in place for traffic at LHS season-opener

By Sports Editor TOMMY BRYAN

If youve paid any attention at all, youre aware of the traffic problems surrounding the first week of school at the South Hartmann Drive campus of Lebanon High.

I know first-hand as my 17 year-old junior got hung up in that mess the first couple of days of school.

Thanks to football obligations, he now arrives on campus before traffic has a chance to bottleneck and he leaves well after the rest of the student body, faculty and staff makes a mad dash for home in the afternoon.

Ill give the school system some credit for scrambling around and coming up with a measure to allow parents who are dropping off their children in the mornings an exit avenue through the athletic driveway.


General News

Cedar Creek Yacht Club donates to SCAN

The Wilson Post

Cedar Creek Yacht Club donated almost $4,000 to the Wilson County Sheriffs Departments Senior Citizens Awareness Network, or SCAN, program Thursday after the club held a poker run to raise money for the program that helps local senior citizens.

The Club is very excited and happy to make this donation, said Club President John T. Johnson.

The poker run was coordinated by club members Mike and Rhonda Manous and their son Deek. Several of the Yacht Clubs members volunteer with SCAN, which assists senior citizens with anything they may need, including buying food, getting air conditioners during the summer heat and even just sitting in with seniors for a chat.

We are so blessed to have such great volunteers, said SCAN Director Debbie Par. Sometimes we cant always fill the needs so we reach out to the community.

Hwy 109 bridge construction to slow traffic

From Post staff reports

Construction is continuing on the Highway 109 bridge over the Cumberland River in Wilson and Sumner Counties, and officials want to remind drivers of traffic conditions that may affect them in the coming days.

The northbound lane of Hwy. 109 will continue to be closed from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m., now through Wednesday, Aug. 15, in order to pour concrete. The southbound lane, however, will be alternated and stopped periodically to let northbound traffic through, said Deanna Lambert, spokesperson for the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

Man charged for multiple thefts

From Post staff reports

A Lebanon man is facing a number of charges after allegedly stealing two wallets, an iPhone and also being involved in a hit-and-run accident.

Christopher Montague, 23, of 3230 Lebanon Road, was charged with DUI, Reckless Endangerment, Leaving the scene, Burglary to a vehicle, three counts of Theft of property and Vandalism.

Police Chief Scott Bowen said the Lebanon Police Department received a call at approximately 4:40 p.m., Tuesday, that a male suspect had stolen a womans wallet from her shopping cart at Kroger.

The suspect was described as a white male, wearing a white, sleeveless T-shirt, and reportedly left the scene in an older model Buick. Bowen said shortly after that, the department received another call of a hit-and-run at West Main Street near Castle Heights Avenue involving the same vehicle description.

Payton leads by one vote in LSSD race

Results become official on Aug. 14

The Wilson Post

A retired longtime educator leads by one vote in the race for a seat on the Lebanon Special School District Board of Education, and the results could be finalized next week.

After the Wilson County Election Commission Provisional Board counted provisional ballots Tuesday, challenger Johnie Payton leads the race by one vote after LSSD school board Chairman Steve Jones picked up three additional votes.

Administrator of Elections Phillip Warren said the Provisional Board counted six total provisional ballots, with Jones getting votes on three of those ballots. The other three counted were not in the zone to vote for the LSSD race.

Woman taken to Vanderbilt after Wednesday wreck

From Post staff reports

A Lebanon woman was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center Wednesday night after her vehicle was involved in a three-car wreck at the intersection of Hartmann Drive and West Baddour Parkway.

At approximately 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Tonya Wilson of 408 Deere Trace, Lebanon, was taken by ambulance to Vanderbilt after her 2002 GMC Yukon, traveling north on Hartmann Drive, was struck by a 1998 Ford pickup tuck, which was traveling west on West Baddour Parkway.

The pickup truck, driven by Mark Fisher of 209 West Lester Ave., Lebanon, hit Wilsons vehicle, causing the Yukon to flip on its side, landing on a third vehicle, a 2008 Honda Civic, driven by Christopher Lundquist of 415 Church Street, Nashville.

Woman unhurt after driving car into creek

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The Wilson Post

A Lebanon woman was unharmed after her car hydroplaned on Hartmann Drive and wound up in a creek during the heavy rain that came through Lebanon Thursday morning.

Lebanon Police Officer Steve Green said a 2006 Suzuki Reno driven by Christina Garcia, 25, of Lebanon, was traveling north on Hartmann Drive when she hit a patch of water and hydroplaned to the left side of the road sending it into the creek below.

She admitted to driving a little too fast and she said she was late for work and just hydroplaned, Green said.


General Sports

Former CU Bulldog hired at MTSU

MURFREESBORO -- Long-time MTSU assistant baseball coach and former Cumberland Bulldog Jim McGuire was named the new Blue Raider head coach last week, following Steve Petersons Hall of Fame tenure.

McGuire, who played two years for Hall of Fame coach Woody Hunt at Lebanon's Cumberland University, was hired after Arkansas State head coach Tommy Raffo reportedly withdrew his name from the MTSU job search Tuesday.

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