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General News

1000 Mile March makes it to Square

The Wilson Post

Ernest Lee brought the 1000 Mile March to the Lebanon Public Square at 10 a.m. Friday morning.

Goals of the 1000 March according to their website are to establish a fair tax, repeal Obamacare and demand a balanced budget amendment. Other interests of the project are term limits for House and Senate and secure borders.

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BOE talks cost of new LHS traffic plan

The Wilson Post

The Wilson County School Board met Friday morning to discuss several budget possibilities - including the cost of the new traffic plan at Lebanon High School.

Under the new plan, which will be completed by Sunday, Blue Devil Drive will allow two lanes into the school and one lane out to help alleviate traffic stacked on South Hartmann Drive on weekday mornings.

According to Deputy Mickey Hall, the restriping and paving improvements to Blue Devil Drive will cost an estimated $35,000. However, board members are currently discussing plans to request $8,500 of the restriping fee from the city of Lebanon.

Schools Director Dr. Tim Setterlund said they will also be working with the architect who designed and approved the original plan to see if they will "work with us and help with some of that expense."


General Sports

Braswell to lead LHS softball

Smith County native Monica Braswell has assumed the reins of the Lebanon High softball program.

Braswell, a graduate of Tennessee Tech University and a 2003 graduate of Gordonsville High School, takes over for April Harris who resigned late May after leading the Lady Devils to a record of 21-15 and a deep run in the District 9AAA tournament.

Braswell comes to Lebanon High after a three-year stint as head softball coach at Macon County High.

Gaines receives Price Award

Macieo Gaines, one of the most highly decorated basketball players in the history of Watertown High, was the recipient of the 2013 Chris M. Price Award.

Given annually by the family of the late Lebanon High School two-sport athlete and baseball standout at Middle Tennessee State University Chris Price, the presentation was held as part of the Lebanon Clowns Baseball Team Tribute Sunday afternoon, July 28.

The ceremony was held at Pickett-Rucker United Methodist Church, Lebanon.

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