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John Sloan - Outdoors

Smoke on the wind
I shot this antelope with a Knight Rifle at measured 210-yards. It was a clean kill.
Smoke on the wind

Muzzleloader season opens Saturday, Nov. 9 at daylight and closes at dark Friday, Nov. 22.

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Groundbreaking set for Memorial Park, Museum
Veterans Service Officer Bernie Ash
Groundbreaking set for Memorial Park, Museum

A groundbreaking ceremony for the Wilson County Veteran’s Memorial Park and Museum will be held Monday, Nov. 11 at the location adjacent to the Wilson County Courthouse.

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General News

Sigma Pi buys Mitchell House
Mitchell House
Sigma Pi buys Mitchell House

Sigma Pi Fraternity International announced the purchase of the Mitchell House in Lebanon, which will be used as the new home of its Executive Office for a reported $1,095,000.

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Teen enters guilty plea in Vanatta death

A Lebanon High senior entered a plea of guilty in juvenile court Tuesday afternoon to a charge of vehicular homicide by recklessness in connection with the death earlier this year of former LHS teacher and coach Randy Vanatta.

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General Sports

CU men open with 82-55 win
Josh Wilkerson
CU men open with 82-55 win

The Cumberland men's basketball team rolled to an 82-55 season-opening victory over Oakwood Tuesday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center behind 17-point efforts from guards E.J. Perry and Josh Wilkerson.

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Coley has 19 to lead CU women
CU's Coley
Coley has 19 to lead CU women

Lafayette's Calamity Jane Coley nearly had a double-double to lead Cumberland's women to an easy 69-30 win over Oakwood Tuesday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.

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SSE to middle school? BOE starts talks

Public forums, called 2020s, will open 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12 in the theatre at Mt. Juliet High School. At that meeting, the school system's new Engagement Committee will be introduced along with new Director of Schools Dr. Tim Setterlund.

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