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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 04/23/2014


Calendar -- April 23

General News

Calm reigns at Wilson County Commission

Monday night’s Wilson County Commission meeting was quiet compared to some recent monthly meetings, with little to no discussion of the 12 resolutions dealing with budget matters.  

Car show returns retooled

Car enthusiasts rejoice!

Lo-Life Cruisin’ will be rolling into the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon this Memorial Day Weekend. Charlie Cobble, promoter of the former Slammin’ & Jammin’ show which spanned 16 years, is the owner of the Lo-Life Cruisin’ show, as well.

Cracker Barrel shareholders reject Biglari again

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. ("Cracker Barrel" or the "Company") (Nasdaq:CBRL) announced Wedneday that, based on the estimates of its proxy solicitor, preliminary results from its Special Meeting of Shareholders indicate that shareholders overwhelmingly rejected both non-binding advisory proposals put forward by Biglari Capital Corp. and other affiliates of Biglari Holdings Inc. (NYSE: BH) (“Biglari Capital”).

MJ planning panel nixes Beckwith request

MT. JULIET -- The most interesting thing that happened at the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission Thursday evening was what didn’t happen.


General Sports

Sloan inks with Walters State
Madison Sloan
Sloan inks with Walters State

Lebanon High's All District 9-AAA guard Madison Sloan signed an NJCAA National Letter of Intent Wednesday afternoon with junior college power Walters State Community College, located in Morristown.

CU places 3rd in MSC golf championships
Austin Garrett
CU places 3rd in MSC golf championships

BARDSTOWN, Ky. – Senior Austin Garrett fired a three-over par 75 in his final collegiate round and three players carded 78 in the final round of the Mid-South Conference Men’s Golf Championships Wednesday at Bardstown Country Club at Maywood.

Garrett and sophomore Ryan Botts both finished in the Top 10, with Botts tied for sixth and Garrett along in ninth, and freshman Zach Johnson was 14th.

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