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Obituaries

Brenda Sue Brewington McClanahan, 69

Funeral services were 12 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20 at Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mrs. McClanahan, 69, of Gladeville.

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Gerald Gregory Maggart, 76

Smith County native Gerald Gregory Maggart died Feb. 16, 2015 in his home in Lebanon after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was born June 10, 1938 to the late Clifton and Lula Mae Gregory Maggart. He graduated from Tennessee Technological University in 1959 with a B.S. in business.

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Robert "Bob" Clarence Hudson, 84

Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21 at Watertown's Hearn Hill Cemetery for Mr. Hudson, 84, of Salem, VA. A Professor Emeritus of Physics at Roanoke College, he died Monday, Feb. 16, 2015 in Salem, VA.

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Ruth Inez Goolsby Williams, 73

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, Feb. 20 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Ms. Williams, 73, of Lebanon.

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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 02/20/2015
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General Lifestyle

Snow storm 2015 coloring page
Mt Juliet Police get in on the snow fun!
Snow storm 2015 coloring page

Here's an original Wilson County themed coloring book page! Print and color!

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General News

JASON ALLEN / The Wilson Post
"Frost-quake" startles Wilson Countians

Several residents in Wilson County reported hearing a loud booming sound early Thursday morning.
Matt Reagan, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, explained that the sound is commonly referred to as a "frost-quake."

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Africa Rd. resident calls foul on mayor, road commission
Africa Rd. resident calls foul on mayor, road commission

Wilson County resident Toni Corbin told The Wilson Post that she feels disgusted with how Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto and the Wilson County Road Commission have handled this week's snow and ice storm.

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Birthday party goes to the dogs
Birthday party goes to the dogs

It wasn't hard for Madeline Knee's friends to pick out her birthday presents. She told them exactly what she wanted.

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Birthday party goes to the dogs
Birthday party goes to the dogs

It wasn't hard for Madeline Knee's friends to pick out her birthday presents. She told them exactly what she wanted.

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Bowen firing upheld after hearing
Bowen firing upheld after hearing

Hearing Officer Brett Gipson ruled that the termination of Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen by Mayor Philip Craighead in December 2014 was "objectively reasonable" following a hearing held at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 4.

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Lebanon Relay For Life Campaign to Launch Feb. 26
Lebanon Relay For Life Campaign to Launch Feb. 26

The 2015 fundraising campaign for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Lebanon will get underway on Thursday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 p.m., as event volunteers and participants gather at First Freedom Bank for a kickoff celebration.

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Lebanon to turn solid waste into energy?
Lebanon to turn solid waste into energy?

Poop to Power?

Despite severe winter weather which kept two councilors from attending the Lebanon City Council meeting Tuesday evening, the remaining four who were present voted unanimously to approve all the items on the agenda, including the first reading of an ordinance "dropped in" to the agenda to approve sidewalk repairs on the northwest corner of the square.

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Snow Storm 2015 Wilson County coloring page

Mt Juliet Police got in on the sledding fun this week. We decided to create a Wilson County original coloring page to help you beat the winter boredom! Enjoy.

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The shows must go on: Music at The Mill, 'Soul of Broadway' a go
The shows must go on: Music at The Mill, 'Soul of Broadway' a go

The shows must go on.

The wintry weather that closed Wilson County schools and businesses this week has had no effect in slowing down Music at the Mill and Soul of Broadway events, both to be held on Saturday.

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