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General News

Council: Voters to decide sales tax hike

Lebanon’s sales tax rate could climb by a half-percent while its property tax rate drops by as much as 30 percent if voters approve a plan unanimously adopted by city lawmakers on Tuesday.

Hotel tax measure sent to subcommittee

Members of the State Legislature sent a measure to raise the hotel-motel tax in Wilson County back to a subcommittee on Tuesday for additional study.

Ice storm slides in, fades out of Wilson County
Ice storm slides in, fades out of Wilson County

Wilson County roadways were a mess Monday morning as law enforcement responded to numerous wrecks as thoroughfares became icy overnight.

Lebanon Council sets special meeting Thursday

Lebanon City Council will have a special called meeting at 4 p.m., Thursday, March 6, in the Town Meeting Hall, City of Lebanon Administration Building at Castle Heights.

Local Realtors oppose real estate tax plan changes

Local Realtors say they are very concerned about a proposed tax reform draft released by U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Michigan, chairman of the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee.


General Sports

WRESTLING -- CU sends 6 to nationals

Friday, Saturday in Topeka, KS
Cumberland University will send a six wrestlers to the 57th annual NAIA Championships Friday and Saturday in Topeka, KS.
The Bulldogs, ranked No. 10 in the NAIA Wrestling Coaches’ Top 20 Poll, saw half a dozen grapplers qualify for the nationals with solid showings in last week’s NAIA East Region Qualifier.

MJ downs Jeff Co. 65-37 March 5
Rae DeGray
MJ downs Jeff Co. 65-37 March 5

MURFREESBORO -- Mt. Juliet's bread and butter, a steady diet of inside shots, was hard for Jefferson County to digest in Wednesday's lopsided 65-37 quarterfinal win.

Sixteen of Mt. Juliet's first 17 buckets came on shots inside the paint by six-footers Sally McCabe and Ronjanae DeGray as the Lady Bears ran out to a 34-8 lead and never looked back.

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