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Obituaries

Linda Hurst Locke, 57

Funeral services will be conducted 5 p.m. Friday, April 11 at Hermitage United Methodist Church, 205 Belinda Drive, Hermitage, for Mrs. Locke, 57, of Hermitage.

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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 04/11/2014
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General News

24-page ethics complaint filed with DA

The heart of a 24-page ethics complaint sent to the District Attorney General by the Wilson County Commission Ethics Committee on April 3 is the question of residency of individual commissioners when they move.

The issue has been a topic of contention for some commissioners since December, when former County Commissioner Adam Bannach of District 18, resigned his seat due to moving out of his district.

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24-page ethics complaint filed with DA

The heart of a 24-page ethics complaint sent to the District Attorney General by the Wilson County Commission Ethics Committee on April 3 is the question of residency of individual commissioners when they move.

The issue has been a topic of contention for some commissioners since December, when former County Commissioner Adam Bannach of District 18, resigned his seat due to moving out of his district.

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Child ‘stable’ after nearly drowning

A 2-year-old girl was reportedly in stable condition at a Nashville hospital after nearly drowning in a family swimming pool Friday morning.

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Tennessee Code Annotated Laws cited in Ethics Complaint

Here are the three laws from the Tennessee Code Annotated, Harold Huber alleges in his 24-page Ethics Complaint that members of the Wilson County Government may have violated.

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Residency issue has long history

While some may think this is a new issue, it is not and its roots go back six years when Commissioner Wendell Marlowe served for nearly seven months after moving out of his district.

According to local media reports in January 2008, Marlowe, who was then commissioner of District 1, did not submit his resignation until November 2007, almost five months after he had moved out of his district.

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General Sports

PREP SOFTBALL -- Wilson Central 2, Mt. Juliet 0
Morgan Powell
PREP SOFTBALL -- Wilson Central 2, Mt. Juliet 0

Powell throws three-hitter
MT. JULIET -- Clutch hitting and solid pitching helped lead Wilson Central to a 2-0 win at District 9-AAA rival Mt. Juliet Thursday evening.

Morgan Powell limited the Lady Bears to just three hits while striking out seven as WCHS improved to 16-14 overall and 4-1 in District 9-AAA.

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New stadium to bear Robinson name
Bill Robinson
New stadium to bear Robinson name

Without much fanfare, the Wilson County Board of Education voted 5-0 during Monday night's meeting to transfer the name "Robinson Stadium" to the football facility at the new Watertown High set to open this fall.
    
Bill Robinson, longtime Purple Tiger coach / educator and present member of the school board, humbly abstained from voting.

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