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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 04/16/2014
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John Sloan - Outdoors

From the front of the boat
From the front of the boat

The freshly budded and slightly leafing willow branch falls just inches short of touching the water. I can see the gap from the front of the boat. Through the Polaroid lenses of my glasses, I can also see the fish finning slowly under the willow branch. I see her from the front of the boat.

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General News

Bids on Square redesign to go out July 1

Tennessee Department of Transportation officials have set a tentative start date for the safety redesign of the Lebanon Public Square.

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BOE names final two candidates

Only 18 points separate the top two candidates for the Wilson County Director of Schools position.

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City nods utility payments by credit card

Lebanon City Council took the first step at Tuesday night’s regular meeting to allow utility customers to make payments with credit cards.

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DA's ruling on Ethics Complaint expected soon

District Attorney General Tommy Thompson told The Wilson Post Tuesday morning that he hopes to have a report regarding a 24-page ethics complaint filed against members of the Wilson County Commission two weeks ago soon.

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MJ OK's new 'memory center'

MT. JULIET -- Carrick Glen developers can start work on their proposed new “memory center” since changes they made in their site plans found favor with the Mt. Juliet City Commission Monday night.

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General Sports

PREP SOFTBALL -- Results from Tuesday
Tana Whited
PREP SOFTBALL -- Results from Tuesday

Mt. Juliet 12, Hendersonville 2
MT. JULIET -- Emily Bombard ripped three of Mt. Juliet's 13 hits in a 12-2 victory over Hendersonville High Tuesday afternoon. The Lady Bears improved to 19-6 overall and 5-1 in District 9-AAA play with the win.

Mt. Juliet took control early, scoring three runs in the first, five in the second and three more in the third inning.

Savannah Sanders scattered four hits for the win, striking out eight to get the pitching decision.

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