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Business

CU names Presidential Search Committee
CU names Presidential Search Committee
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General Lifestyle

(Beauty) Work in Progress

Chemical peels are a relatively quick way to achieve brighter, more even-toned skin.

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General News

Accused shooter appears in court
Hendry
Accused shooter appears in court

LEBANON -- The young man accused in the shooting death of 13-year-old C'Asia Patton was scheduled to appear in Judge Brody Kane's courtroom Friday morning, Jan. 23.

According to a representative in the Criminal Court Office, there was an 8:30 a.m. arraignment for Joseph Christopher Hendry Jr., 19, in open court.

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Citizens protest planned apartments on Nonaville Road

A tour through Windtree Trace reveals multiple "For Sale" signs; a sad end, some neighbors said, to living in their "dream homes," with a backdrop of fields and deer that will soon be apartments.

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Code uncertainty delaying development

Developers have questions about what zoning in Lebanon will require in the future, and nine builders, engineers and architects representing about a dozen developers are waiting on the answers before they can start construction, according to City Planner Paul Corder.

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Council debates fire inspection fees

Lebanon businesses will be required to undergo annual fire inspections for a fee of $75 per year if an ordinance that was passed on first reading Tuesday evening by City Council becomes law.

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MJ - A city on the rise
Ed Hagerty
MJ - A city on the rise

Mt. Juliet is a "city on the rise" said Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty when he gave his State of the City address Wednesday and hinted another Fortune 100 company may have its sights set on the Beckwith interchange area.

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MLK Day March honors C'Asia's life, legacy
MLK Day March honors C'Asia's life, legacy

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto quoted Martin Luther King Jr. as participants of the third annual Unity March settled in Pickett-Rucker United Methodist Church on Monday.

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Plungers brave the cold waters for Special Olympics
Plungers brave the cold waters for Special Olympics

Some 20 plungers braved the frigid water of the outdoor pool at the Jimmy Floyd Family Center Saturday morning for the 2015 Polar Plunge. A cast of costumed characters, including a banana and a Nordic Viking, joined the crowd racing into the 38-degree water to raise money for Wilson County Special Olympics.
DALLUS WHITFIELD / The Wilson Post

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Tech ed is coming to Lebanon
Mae Perry
Tech ed is coming to Lebanon

There are fewer limitations on Tennessee Promise than many people may realize. Not only does it guarantee that high school graduates will be able to go to community colleges, it extends the same promise to those graduates who want a technical education.

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Upcoming Black History Concert presented by the Wilson County Civic League
Upcoming Black History Concert presented by the Wilson County Civic League

Rehearsals for an upcoming Black History Concert presented by the Wilson County Civic League were held on Monday.

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General Sports

CU splits at Lindsey Wilson Thursday
CU splits at Lindsey Wilson Thursday

Fisk comes to town Saturday afternoon --
COLUMBIA, Ky. - Cumberland's Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 16-point first half lead and then held on for a 56-54 victory over No. 19 Lindsey Wilson Thursday at the Biggers Sports Center.

Jalita Fason netted a team-best 13 points to lead balanced scoring for the Cumberland women (10-9, 4-3 Mid-South), who ended a four-game losing streak with the victory.

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WCHS wrestling headed to state duals
WCHS wrestling headed to state duals

Wildcats take on Germantown Houston --
Wilson Central's wrestling team will take on Germantown Houston Friday afternoon in a first round match of the Class AAA State Duals.

Action is set for 5:30 p.m. at the Williamson County Expo Center in Franklin as the Wildcats make a fourth consecutive trip to the state duals.

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FCS junior wins state bowling title
FCS junior wins state bowling title

Turner rolls six strikes to open finals --
SMYRNA -- Talk about a hot start. Friendship Christian's Donny Turner rolled six consecutive strikes in the state finals and went on to capture the Division II individual crown Friday morning at the Smyrna Bowling Center.

A junior, Turner handily defeated Conner Nichols of St. Benedict (243-147) in the finals.

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Armstrong to race for U.S. Team in Italy
Armstrong to race for U.S. Team in Italy

Greg Armstrong, teacher and cross-country coach at Friendship Christian School, was just named to the 2015 United States National 24-Hour Running Team that will compete in the IAU World Championship in Turin, Italy, on April 11.

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