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General Lifestyle

Homemade's the name of the game
Melani Stephens cooks scrambled eggs.
Homemade's the name of the game

When Melani (May May) Stephens opened the doors of her small restaurant at 4 o'clock one morning in early October, she had reservations about whether she could make a go of it.

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Our Feathered Friends

Last Bird Trip of 2014

The countdown to another year has begun. This past year had to be the quickest one in my entire life. I have always heard that the older you get the faster they go by.

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General News

CU, other privates to take part in TN Promise
CU, other privates to take part in TN Promise

Typically known for their baccalaureate and master's programs, Cumberland University and some other area private universities are enthusiastic participants in Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's new, innovated Tennessee Promise initiative that gives high school graduates a chance to earn a two-year Associate's Degree free of tuition.

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School board to grapple with growth in 2015

The two most important issues facing Wilson County Schools in 2015 are how to cope with growth and improve the availability of technology for students, according to administration and board members in New Year's interviews with The Wilson Post.

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Year in Review: Law Enforcement
Richard Parker is escorted out of the courtroom.
Year in Review: Law Enforcement

Fear and grief struck the community on Monday, Feb. 10, when an explosive device detonated and took the life of Lebanon resident Jon Setzer, 74, at his home on 576 Vance Lane and inflicted mortal wounds to his wife, Marion Setzer, 72.

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