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Obituaries

Harold Benton "H.B." McDonald, 59

Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 20 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. McDonald, 59, of Lebanon. Former Director of Wilson County E-911 and a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, he died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014.

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"My Bid" by Joe Biddle

They've grown up fast

Tennessee's young'uns are coming of age.

After a modest two-game win streak over South Carolina and Kentucky, Coach Butch Jones' Vols can leave this season on a even more positive note by beating No. 19 Missouri and in-state rival Vanderbilt.

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General News

Goodwill Career Solutions center opening

Gaining employment is possible with the right tools. Thanks to Goodwill's Career Solutions center in Lebanon, job seekers can get those tools for free.

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K-9 locates cocaine during traffic stop

Wilson County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect after a K-9 located a bag cocaine during a traffic stop for illegally tinted windows on Sparta Pike in Lebanon Sunday evening.

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New Mt. Juliet commissioner 'ready to serve'

Newly-elected District 4 Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Brian Abston plans to hit the ground running after he's sworn in Nov. 24.

Abston ran a "grass roots" campaign and unseated veteran commissioner Jim Bradshaw on election day Nov. 4. District 4 encompasses the Providence, Del Webb and Belinda City areas.

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General Sports

CU soccer to host 1st round game
CU soccer to host 1st round game

Saturday vs. Rio Grande --
LEBANON -- Cumberland women's soccer will host the University of Rio Grande in the NAIA Championship Opening Round Saturday at 1 p.m. at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field. The NAIA announced the 30-team Opening Round field Monday afternoon.

The winner of Saturday's match advances to the NAIA Championships final site in Orange Beach, Ala. The Bulldogs are ranked 11th nationally and stand 15-3-1 overall this season.

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