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Our Feathered Friends

Our Feathered Friends- Oct. 9
Our Feathered Friends- Oct. 9

Sitting outside this past Wednesday, Anthony Gray and I were enjoying the continuing antics of several of my Hummers. Even though I still have my Hummer feeders out, it doesn't keep the small bird here because of the availability of food. There are still plenty of flowers that are in full bloom all over Tennessee.

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General News

Board votes to uphold paddling

A motion to amend Wilson County Schools’ punishment policy failed on Monday evening with a 3-2 vote from the school board.

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Candlelight Walking Tour set Saturday
Candlelight Walking Tour set Saturday
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CASA, CAC at odds over budget

If the Wilson County Commission approves recent actions by the Judicial and Budget Committees this month, the Wilson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program will face a reduction in funds from the county, while the 15th Judicial Circuit Child Advocacy Center (CAC) will see in increase.

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CU ready for Homecoming Weekend

Reunions, tailgating, football and family activities are all on tap for this weekend’s Homecoming festivities at Cumberland University.

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Johnson tabbed LHA director, chairman resigns

Lebanon Housing Authority has made two significant changes in leadership in recent days.

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Mt. Juliet area schools get twice as much space
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Mt. Juliet area schools get twice as much space

Simple arithmetic: Two times three makes for much more effective learning, or so Mt. Juliet educators and Wilson County administrators hope.

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School system to benefit from liquor taxes

Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Tim Setterlund informed school board members Monday night that they would be benefitting from liquor-by-the-drink taxes in the near future.

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