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General News

9/11 fireworks display will go on

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

Despite some opposition ata meeting of the Lebanon City Council earlier this week, the scheduled 9/11 fireworks display at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center will go on as planned for Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead said the event will be held to commemorate how Americans have come together and preserved following the terrorists attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001 as well as honor those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

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9/11 fireworks display will go on

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

Despite some opposition ata meeting of the Lebanon City Council earlier this week, the scheduled 9/11 fireworks display at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center will go on as planned for Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead said the event will be held to commemorate how Americans have come together and preserved following the terrorists attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001 as well as honor those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

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Church to rise from ashes

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

The date of Nov. 17, 2012 marked the third time in history that the Lebanon Church of God building, 600 C.L. Manier Street, has been destroyed.

Since being erected in 1902, the church has survived a tornado and two fires including the one that took place this past fall. However, church member Pearlie McAdoo said the congregation is once again ready to rise from the ashes.

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Church to rise from ashes

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

The date of Nov. 17, 2012 marked the third time in history that the Lebanon Church of God building, 600 C.L. Manier Street, has been destroyed.

Since being erected in 1902, the church has survived a tornado and two fires including the one that took place this past fall. However, church member Pearlie McAdoo said the congregation is once again ready to rise from the ashes.

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Expo Center plan updated

By Amelia Morrison Hipps
The Wilson Post

Plans for the proposed Exposition Center at the James A. Ward Agricultural Center continue to be tweaked to maximize the available square footage for rental and reduce the overall construction cost.

At Wednesday nights Agricultural Center Management Committee, Chair Jeff Joines told committee members that the latest change would increase the exhibition hall square footage, while reducing the office space.

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Expo Center plan updated

By Amelia Morrison Hipps
The Wilson Post

Plans for the proposed Exposition Center at the James A. Ward Agricultural Center continue to be tweaked to maximize the available square footage for rental and reduce the overall construction cost.

At Wednesday nights Agricultural Center Management Committee, Chair Jeff Joines told committee members that the latest change would increase the exhibition hall square footage, while reducing the office space.

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I Beat Biddle- Week 2

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General Sports

'Dogs visit Univ. of Cumberlands

Just because Cumberland is stepping back into the NAIA ranks Saturday after dropping a 63-7 loss at OVC member Tennessee Tech last week, the Bulldogs still have a tough time ahead against an old foe.

CU will journey to Williamsburg, KY for a 12:30 p.m. Mid-South Conference crossover game with No. 8-ranked University of the Cumberlands.

Live radio coverage begins with a 12 Noon pregame show on WANT FM-98.9.

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'Dogs visit Univ. of Cumberlands

Just because Cumberland is stepping back into the NAIA ranks Saturday after dropping a 63-7 loss at OVC member Tennessee Tech last week, the Bulldogs still have a tough time ahead against an old foe.

CU will journey to Williamsburg, KY for a 12:30 p.m. Mid-South Conference crossover game with No. 8-ranked University of the Cumberlands.

Live radio coverage begins with a 12 Noon pregame show on WANT FM-98.9.

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I Beat Biddle- Week 2

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Tonight's local prep football

MJ visit Station Camp tonight
A key early season road test awaits Mt. Juliet tonight as the Golden Bears travel to Gallatin to take on District 9-AAA rival Station Camp.

Coach Trey Perrys squad enters tonights 7 p.m. contest 2-0 overall, 1-0 in league play following a white-knuckle 36-28 home win last week over Antioch.

Station Camp stands 0-1 and has had an extra week to prepare for Mt. Juliet after opening the season on TV with a loss to Beech.

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Tonight's local prep football

MJ visit Station Camp tonight
A key early season road test awaits Mt. Juliet tonight as the Golden Bears travel to Gallatin to take on District 9-AAA rival Station Camp.

Coach Trey Perrys squad enters tonights 7 p.m. contest 2-0 overall, 1-0 in league play following a white-knuckle 36-28 home win last week over Antioch.

Station Camp stands 0-1 and has had an extra week to prepare for Mt. Juliet after opening the season on TV with a loss to Beech.

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Union tops CU 3-1

LEBANON -- Diego Santos scored a goal and assisted on another, leading Union University to a 3-1 victory over Cumberland in a match in mens soccer action Thursday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

The match featured nine yellow cards, one red card and 27 fouls between the two clubs. Union (1-0-0) controlled play for much of the very chippy contest, though the Bulldogs (1-2-0) scored in the 74th minute and produced several good scoring chances in the following minutes, but UUs Taylor Smith made a save on a point-blank shot by Roderick Zacharias and three others were blocked away by Union defenders to preserve the one-goal advantage.

Taylor Mayos header that bounced off the hands of CU keeper Ian Hamilton and into the side net in the 82nd minute was the dagger, giving UU the season-opening road victory.

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Union tops CU 3-1

LEBANON -- Diego Santos scored a goal and assisted on another, leading Union University to a 3-1 victory over Cumberland in a match in mens soccer action Thursday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

The match featured nine yellow cards, one red card and 27 fouls between the two clubs. Union (1-0-0) controlled play for much of the very chippy contest, though the Bulldogs (1-2-0) scored in the 74th minute and produced several good scoring chances in the following minutes, but UUs Taylor Smith made a save on a point-blank shot by Roderick Zacharias and three others were blocked away by Union defenders to preserve the one-goal advantage.

Taylor Mayos header that bounced off the hands of CU keeper Ian Hamilton and into the side net in the 82nd minute was the dagger, giving UU the season-opening road victory.

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