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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 11/12/2014
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Board wrestles with questions about new gyms

Wilson Central's wrestling, softball and tennis teams will start raising funds to build two new sports buildings on the school's campus soon.

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BOE wrestles over new gyms

Wilson Central's wrestling, softball and tennis teams will start raising funds to build two new sports buildings on the school's campus soon.

Assistant Principal Chip Bevis asked the Wilson County School Board Monday night for approval of the two projects.

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Del Webb pays tribute to those who served on Veterans Day
Del Webb pays tribute to those who served on Veterans Day

"It is an honor to serve our county and continue to fight and preserve

our way of life so we can all enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," says veteran Army Maj. Pat Unger.

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Nashville MPO planner speaks on Hwy. 109 future

Monday's fatal car accident on Highway 109 in Gallatin that killed two teenagers and critically injured two more has further heightened concern about the higher than average number of crashes along this state route.

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Teacher suspended in alleged slapping incident at LHS

Wilson County Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright acknowledged this week that a

teacher had allegedly slapped a student at Lebanon High School for using profanity.

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The eleventh hour, of the eleventh day of the eleventh month
Bernie Ash
The eleventh hour, of the eleventh day of the eleventh month

"Soldiers fight wars for many reason - they fight for freedom, country, to protect their families.

Mostly they fight for their buddies who stand with them. There is a bond between veterans that no one

else can understand. We would fight for each other even now."

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Three juveniles in custody following MJ burglaries

Three juveniles were apprehended by Mt. Juliet police on Tuesday, mere hours after they allegedly broke

into a half-dozen cars and an apartment.

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