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Showing 9 articles from January 30, 2015.

Obituaries

Frankie Anderson, 81

Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Jan. 29 at the Hunter Funeral Home for Mrs. Anderson, 81, of Watertown.

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Sharon D. Southall, 52

Funeral services were held Thursday evening, Jan. 29 at the J.C. Hellum Funeral Home for Mrs. Southall, 52.

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Top Stories-Slideshow

No. 2 UPike tops Bulldogs 75-54
No. 2 UPike tops Bulldogs 75-54
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General News

Fire inspection fee proposal to get 'tweaks'

A proposal to charge annual fire inspection fees to commercial, industrial and non-profit buildings in Lebanon is still in the pipeline - but with two "tweaks" or revisions.

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Funding announced for trail's 5th phase
Funding announced for trail's 5th phase

Construction on the fifth phase of Lebanon's Cedar City Trail is expected to begin in March, as the Tennessee Department of Transportation recently completed review and approval plans for the project, according to Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead.

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LSSD after- school program brings kids to the pool
Olivia Price makes a splash.
LSSD after- school program brings kids to the pool

Lebanon Special School District students enrolled in after-school programs were given the opportunity to participate in two weeks of swim lessons. Byars Dowdy and Coles Ferry Elementary schools had swim lessons will have swim lessons for two weeks. Sam Houston and Castle Heights Elementary schools will follow with swim lessons for another two weeks.

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MJ's Abston holds Town Hall meeting
Brian Abston
MJ's Abston holds Town Hall meeting

A newly-minted Mt. Juliet city commissioner held the first of three Town Hall meetings this week to feel the pulse of his constituents and tell them about his efforts to deal with three new subdivisions slated in their district.

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New Fire Station 4 gets go-ahead

Better fire protection and possibly, a lower ISO rating are one step closer for the southwest corner of Lebanon. The site plan for the proposed new Lebanon Fire Station 4 received approval from the Lebanon Planning Commission Tuesday night, which means the city can start building whenever it is ready.

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General Sports

'Dogs ready for season, new baseball
'Dogs ready for season, new baseball

CU "kickoff dinner" set Feb. 19 --
In an effort to return a little more offense to the game, all levels of collegiate baseball will utilize a professional model "flat seam" baseball this season. You can mark Cumberland's Woody Hunt squarely on the side of the new innovation.

Since college baseball went to the BBCOR bats back in 2011, offensive numbers have dropped dramatically.

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