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Showing 5 articles from February 19, 2013.


?Tyler B. McChurch, 29

Funeral services for Mr. McChurch will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22 at St. Stephen Catholic Community, 14544 Lebanon Road, Old Hickory.

A 2002 graduate of Friendship Christian School and a 2007 graduate of Cumberland University, the former football standout died Feb. 17, 2012 in a motor vehicle accident.

Sgt. Dickey Cherry, 63

LAFAYETTE -- Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, Feb. 17 at the Anderson & Son Funeral Home for Sergeant Dickey F. Cherry, 63, of Lebanon. Born July 14, 1949 and retired from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, he died Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 at Kindred Health & Rehab in Carthage.


General News

A new chapter for Clayborns Bakery: family business to reopen in March

The Wilson Post

Locals were disheartened when Clayborns Bakery closed in 2012; however, sugar and caffeine fiends will once again be able to get their fix when doors reopen in early March.

Josh Hubbard, a recent graduate of Tennessee Technological University, is taking the reins of the 64-year-old business.

Once owned by his great uncle, Johnnie Clayborn, followed by his son Todd who is currently running the wholesale department of the business, We are keeping it in the family, Josh explained.

Josh grew up witnessing the effect that Clayborns Bakery had on the Lebanon community. People really took to the bakery. They would go in for a donut, cookies, pies, birthday cakes or wedding cakes. It is exciting to me to bring something back to Lebanon that meant so much to me as well as many others that I have spoken with.

Renovations began on the building two months ago, with Josh, the son of Larry Hubbard, a Lebanon real estate agent, and his crew adding light fixtures, new countertops, tabletops and a fresh coat of paint to the local jewel.

Josh hopes the new look will attract a new generation of Clayborns customers. During an interview with Elliott Benson on Lebanon High Schools LHS Today television show, the LHS alum said that the new bakery will feature Wi-Fi so that students can bring their gadgets and have a cup of coffee or a donut while they study.

A lot of things have been inspired from what my friends enjoy a place they would want to go study, get a nice sandwich, omelet or a donut. It is all the same great food, same recipes, but a new look, he said.

It will be a place that the Cumberland University college crowd, Lebanon High School students, those in their 20s will love. Im taking what people in Nashville love and emphasizing it here but age doesnt matter. I want it to fit everyones needs.

Funeral services planned Saturday for Dr. Jimmy Bradshaw, 81

He delivered thousands of babies, had a most gentle bedside manner, was a founding member of the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. board of directors, and is fondly remembered for greeting friends as buddy and sometimes even as good buddy.

Dr. James C. Bradshaw, Jr., a health care icon in Lebanon for more than 50 years, died suddenly Monday night in Naples, Fla. He was 81 years old.

Revered for his family medical practice, Dr. Bradshaw, who was born in the Tuckers Crossroads Community in Wilson County but grew up in nearby Trousdale County, was the attending physician for hundreds of patients from all across Middle Tennessee but primarily from Wilson, Trousdale, Macon, Smith, Clay and Jackson counties.


General Sports

CU's Collier shuts down Faulkner

MONTGOMERY, AL -- Jake Collier tossed a complete game, scattering seven hits and striking out five, while Craig Monson and Robert Gonzalez each collected two hits and Monson added a two-run single in the ninth inning in Cumberlands 4-1 victory Tuesday over No. 9 Faulkner.

Collier (1-0) retired the final 10 batters of the game and worked out of jams in the second, fourth, fifth and sixth innings, three times retiring Luis Sanchez with a pair of runners on base and getting a line drive doubleplay to end another frame. The righthander walked three and kept the Eagles hitters at bay, allowing just one extra-base hit, a double to Dauris Holguin in the second inning.

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