Graveside services were held Monday afternoon, March 24 at Hunter Memorial Park in Watertown for Mr. Smith, 62, of Lebanon.
Mr. Bennett, 95, died March 23, 2014 at Harriman Care & Rehab Center. A 32nd degree Mason and Shriner and born in Detroit, MI, he was a member of Lebanon's First United Methodist Church.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 26 at the Sellars Funeral Home for Mrs. Rollins, 68, of Lebanon. She died March 23, 2014.
Turkey season opens for adults this Saturday, March 29.
The kids had a shot at it last weekend. Adults can kill one gobbler a day up to a total of four for the season. A bearded hen is legal as are bearded birds of any color configuration.
If you don’t already know that Kentucky is, has been and will likely always be the SEC’s premier basketball program, just find a Wildcats fan and they will fill you in with more history than you can find at the Smithsonian.
This is a memory of the D-Day Invasion, June 6, 1944, told to me by a soldier who was there, Elmer Erskin Marler. He now lives at Elmcroft of Lebanon, and we sat down to reminisce once again. It began with a song I heard on the radio long ago.
MT. JULIET --The Music City Star and all of Tennessee’s other shortline railways will face serious financial trouble by summer unless the state legislature can find funding to bail them out, according to District 46 State Rep. Mark Pody and Music City Star board member Bob Gash.