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Obituaries

Bill Berry, 68

Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12 at Lebanon's Cumberland Presbyterian Church for Mr. Berry, 68, of Lebanon.

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Dr. Paul Dedick

Dr. Dedick, a well-respected radiologist in the Lebanon area for the past 25 years, left us for a better place on Oct. 2, 2014. He will be sorely missed. I love you Paul . . . Alex.

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Ed L. Eaton, 84

Mr. Eaton, 84, of Lebanon and a native of Alexandria was taken Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014, from Summit Medical Center in Hermitage and received by heavenly angels and taken to his father's home.

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Juanita Graves, 71

Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10 at Center Chapel church of Christ for Mrs. Graves, 71, of Mt. Juliet. The widow of the late Joe Graves and a graduate of Donelson High School, she passed away Oct. 7, 2014.

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Mary Gilbert Lawrence, 88

Funeral services have been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Lawrence, 88, of Lebanon.

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Minnette Nettles, 81

Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at Hunter Funeral Home for Mrs. Nettles, 81, of the Shop Springs Community.

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Robert Edward Brown, 85

Funeral services have been scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Brown, 85, of Lebanon. A retired USAF Master Sgt., "Daddy Brown" died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014.

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Willia Pollard, 85

Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Oct. 9 at the Hunter Funeral Home for Mrs. Pollard, 85, of Watertown.

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Telling Tales

A guide for my boys...whether they need it or not.

A guide for my boys...whether they need it or not.

As of Thursday, September 25th I've been on this earth four decades. That day usually gives me the opportunity to reflect. 40 seems so grown up. 40 is the deadline for having your life in order. Over the years I've looked to friends in their 40's as my own personal Dalai Lama; full of wisdom and experts at living a life full of intent. But the closer I inched to this decade the more I began to realize it wasn't that all of my Dalai Lama's were given the wisdom gene much like someone born with red hair or freckles. Instead they embraced the "what is" and tossed the "never will be." They didn't, like I assumed, wake up on the first day of their 40th year with a brand new perspective that was delivered while they slept. They learned through trial and error, just like me and eventually my children will. Sometimes it takes a 40 something's opinion or insight to make people realize that just because Sarah Jessica Parker is wearing it doesn't mean it's the best choice for you. And while there's plenty of mistakes in my future, I wanted to share a list of a few of the lessons I've learned as a helpful guide for my children.

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General News

Cameras, computers are missing
Cameras, computers are missing

WCSB to require greater accountability
Wilson County School District is missing $49,296.54 worth of assets from several of its schools. And no, there is no reported burglary or theft involved.

Each year, the Wilson County School Board requires each school to complete an inventory of all the equipment and furniture it claimed on the previous year's inventory, plus any newly-purchased equipment. The report was presented to the board at its regular meeting Monday, Oct. 6.

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Taste of Wilson County is tonight

Event moves to E. Main Street
Come hungry to the 2014 Taste of Wilson County!

So far, 21 food vendors have signed up for the sixth annual event, which will take place on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The event has been moved from the Lebanon Public Square to East Main Street this year due to construction on the square safety project, which began this week.

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General Sports

County schools -- cameras, computers missing

Nearly $50,000 in equipment can't be found
Wilson County School District is missing $49,296.54 worth of assets from several of its schools. And no, there is no reported burglary or theft involved.

Each year, the Wilson County School Board requires each school to complete an inventory of all the equipment and furniture it claimed on the previous year's inventory, plus any newly-purchased equipment. The report was presented to the board at its regular meeting Monday night.

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