Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3 at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet for Mrs. Smith, 74, of Lebanon. A member of the Smith Springs Baptist Church, she died Nov. 29, 2014.
Tennessee's football team will have to buy some bowling shoes after defeating Vanderbilt 31-24 in both team's final regular season game at Vanderbilt Stadium.
The Vols enter the undecided bowl game with a 6-6 record, one win better than last year's 5-7 mark.
It is the youngest team in college football's Power Five conferences. They started seven freshmen against the Commodores.
Tommy and Teresa Halbert have long been approached to be a part of the Historic Places Tour, presented by Historic Lebanon. After years of not being able to participate, the Halberts finally said "yes" and added the Halbert-Campbell home to the seventh annual event.
"Hard" water has been causing Cindy and Tommy Jackson's dishwasher to malfunction, and other neighbors in Five Oaks say they are having problems with hot water heaters and showers clogging up, too.
"It appears we needlessly replaced a dishwasher," Cindy said. "The new $900 one isn't doing any better."
Bulldogs improve to 7-2 overall --
LEBANON -- Terra Pryor posted 16 points and Bre Neal grabbed 17 rebounds as Cumberland built a 14-point second half lead and held on for a 72-70 victory over Middle Georgia State Monday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.
The Bulldogs (7-2) withstood eight 3-pointers from Middle Georgia's Shaketa Hodges, including six in the second half.
Round of 16 play opens Tuesday --
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. -- Cumberland's Beth Morgan, Kaitlin Phillips and Taylor Nay were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes over the weekend in advance of the 2014 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship, presented by the Sports Medicine Center at the Orthopaedic Group, P.C.
Student-athletes must be a junior senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average to be eligible for the award.
FCS seniors recognized at luncheon
MURFREESBORO -- Two Friendship Christian School seniors were among 33 high school football players recognized Monday, Dec. 1 during the annual Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards luncheon hosted by the Tennessee Titans.
Offensive lineman Andrew Wood and halfback / lineman Austin Taylor were finalists for the Mr. Football Lineman and Mr. Football Back awards in Division II, Class A.
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