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Obituaries

Daniel Patrick Diamond, 29

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, June 3 at Fall Creek Baptist Church for Mr. Diamond, 29, of the Norene Community.

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Dora Rogers , 86

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, June 3 at the Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mrs. Rogers, 86, of Lebanon.

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Dorothy Pennington Dies, 91

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, June 3 at the Cedar Creek Baptist Church for Mrs. Pennington, 91, of Lebanon.

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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 06/04/2014
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Legal Notices 06/04/2014
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John Sloan - Outdoors

Maybe the perfect family vacation
Maybe the perfect family vacation

The sun was sinking and the tide was going out. Soon, the Bay of Fundy would drop 50-feet lower than it had been at high tide. The lobster boats were rushing to get in before the boat channel was dry. Our five-gallon bucket of clams was about to start steaming. My arm was sore from catching two-four-pound smallmouth.

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Calendar

Community Calendar -- June 4, 2014
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General News

Local radio station to repeat D-Day broadcast

Today’s technological advances make it simple to get global news in the click of a button.

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Man charged with rape in TBI sex trafficking case
Travis Stargill
Man charged with rape in TBI sex trafficking case

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained an indictment against a Wilson County man accused in connection to an ongoing sex trafficking investigation.

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Mt. Juliet: Playful City USA
Mt. Juliet: Playful City USA

MT. JULIET -- Summer is here, and Mt. Juliet Parks are more than ready for it.

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Severe weather possible overnight

Severe weather is possible Wednesday night and Thursday morning for the northern portion of Middle Tennessee, including Wilson County.

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Snow White not going anywhere

Lebanon’s famous drive-in restaurant is here to stay, said owner Billy Wyatt Wednesday, June 4.

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