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Los Compadres re-opens Wednesday

Los Compadres patrons were shocked when representatives of the Internal Revenue Service showed up at the second Lebanon location on South Cumberland at lunchtime on Tuesday.

Owner Jose Gutierrez assured the public that they will remain in business.

We hired a new accountant through an attorney that was assisting us. He was handling the books and this accountant kept ignoring filing our taxes the right way. All of our mail was coming to their office, he said of the mix-up.

Gutierrez said they have addressed the issue and that the restaurant will be open again today (Wednesday, Jan. 16).

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MJ woman wanted hit on ex-husband

A Mt. Juliet woman was arrested Monday and faces charges of allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband.

Detectives with the Wilson County Sheriffs Department received information on Jan. 9 that the suspect, Bryam Megan Ewers, 42, of Mt. Juliet, was reportedly trying to hire a hit man. They developed a plan where Ewers could contact an undercover officer who would pose as the hit man.

After Ewers reportedly made contact, a meeting was set up to occur on Monday, Jan. 14, to arrange the hit. An undercover officer met with Ewers in a Lebanon parking lot. The meeting was recorded, and during the conversation she allegedly agreed to pay $5,000 to have her ex-husband killed.

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Restaurant open today - says owner

Los Compadres patrons were shocked when representatives of the Internal Revenue Service showed up at the second Lebanon location on South Cumberland at lunchtime on Tuesday.

Owner Jose Gutierrez assured the public that they will remain in business.

We hired a new accountant through an attorney that was assisting us. He was handling the books and this accountant kept ignoring filing our taxes the right way. All of our mail was coming to their office, he said of the mix-up.

Gutierrez said they have addressed the issue and that the restaurant will be open again today (Wednesday, Jan. 16).

From Post staff reports

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Special called meeting Thursday

The Lebanon City Council will have a special called meeting on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. to approve a series of ordinances which include:

Second reading to authorize line item transfers for building maintenance Second reading to authorize the reorganization of positions and pay scales at the Wastewater Treatment Plant Second reading to authorize a line item transfer for the recreation department Second reading to authorize line item transfer for the customer service department to fund monthly service agreement for a cut sheet cutter Second reading to approve bids for a cut sheet cutter for the utilities department Second reading to approve bids for one ton truck with CNG Converter Package for the Gas Department Second reading to approve bids for one truck with utility bed for the first department Second reading to approve bids for one street sweeper for the street department Seconding reading to approve bids for seven sets of turnout gear for the fire department Second reading to approve bids for six police cars for the police department Second reading to hire six temporary full-time for Public Works Drainage Remediation and to begin Public Meetings are all held for each ward

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General Sports

CU plans baseball kickoff

The Cumberland University baseball team will host its annual Kickoff Dinner and Auction at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1 in the Benton Jennings Center on the CU. The evening will include a silent and live auction of baseball memorabilia, with all proceeds benefitting the CU baseball program.

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Devilettes down Portland 49-29

PORTLAND -- Lebanon bolted to an early 15-5 lead and never looked back in Wednesday evening's 49-29 victory at District 9AAA rival Portland. First scheduled for Tuesday, the game was moved back one day due to weather concerns.

The Devilettes took a confortable 25-10 lead into intermission and coasted in for the win. LHS moved to 11-8 overall and 6-1 in the district. Post player Abby Wright led all scorers with 18 points.

Lebanon will host Mt. Juliet High Friday at Campbell Brandon Gym. The girl's game will tip-off at 6:30 p.m.

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MJ at WCHS, Lebanon at PHS tonite

Concerns about inclimate weather put a blanket over all basketball games scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15 involving Wilson County prep teams.

The District 9AAA showdown between Wilson Central and Mt. Juliet has been moved to tonight (Wednesday, Jan. 16) at Wilson Central as has the Lebanon High at Portland games. The LHS v. Portland girls will tip two hours earlier at 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday's scheduledPickett County at Watertown twinbill was the first to be postponed, followed shortly by Lebanon High at Portland.

Friendship Christian School was idle Tuesday while Mt. Juliet Christian Academy was on schedule to play at Ezell-Harding on Wednesday, Jan. 16.

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