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Telling Tales

Leftovers . . .
Leftovers . . .

It's no secret to my friends, family and anyone wandering the cleaning aisle of the local grocery that I don't enjoy cleaning. I enjoy cooking, eating, reading. I do not enjoy cleaning.

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General Lifestyle

Remember Sulphur Dell?
Remember Sulphur Dell?

They call it First Tennessee Park, this spanking new $75 million baseball stadium that awaits the Nashville Sounds' first home game this Friday under the lights.

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General News

City asking for input on pet registration

Research presented by Lebanon Public Safety Director Mike Justice at a non-voting city work session last week has been a hot topic among local pet owners.

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FCS' Armstrong logs 141 miles for Team USA
FCS' Armstrong logs 141 miles for Team USA

Friendship's Coach Greg Armstrong finished a strong third in the U.S. Men's Team and that earned the team a 4th place finish in the World 24-hour Run Championships in Torino, Italy yesterday.

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Haslam goes off script during MJ Rotary visit
Haslam goes off script during MJ Rotary visit

Haslam addresses education, roads and healthcare during Mt. Juliet visit.

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Lewis Payton sitting area dedicated
Big Louie
Lewis Payton sitting area dedicated

LEBANON -- Ceremonies were held Thursday morning, April 16 to officially dedicate the Lewis "Big Louie" Payton memorial benches adjacent to Stockton Field - Woody Hunt Stadium on the campus of Lebanon's Cumberland University.

Mr. Payton, a fixture at CU and local sporting events, died in January of 2014.

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Residents balk proposed warehouse in neighborhood
Residents balk proposed warehouse in neighborhood

They wore t-shirts that said "Vote No" and "Save Mt. Juliet" at a special called meeting last week by the developer who wants to build a massive warehouse near their neighborhood. The result was a deferment of the project until April 26 so further discussions and concessions can go forth.

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Spring for the mile-long yard sale
Spring for the mile-long yard sale

Got a riddle for you: Where can you take a hike, get a bite and find bargains galore along a 5,280-foot paved two-lane stretch of asphalt?

Answer: The 27th annual Watertown Spring Mile-long Yard Sale.

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General Sports

Brandon takes Smyrna girls job
Brandon
Brandon takes Smyrna girls job

Former coach at Wilson Central & TCHS --
Lebanon native and longtime Wilson Central girls basketball coach has accepted the girls basketball position at Smyrna High School in Rutherford County.

Brandon, resigned from Wilson Central in 2014 in order to launch a political campaign for the office of Circuit Court Clerk, and took over the boys basketball coaching position at Trousdale County High it the late fall of 2014.

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MJ's Gaffney earns CU academic award
Gaffney
MJ's Gaffney earns CU academic award

outstanding student-athlete
LEBANON -- Cumberland University cross country athlete Keaton Gaffney is the 2014-15 recipient of the Lindsey Donnell Award, presented annually to a Bulldog student-athlete who excels in both academics and athletics.

The award is given in honor of Lindsey Donnell, a former football Little All-American and former professor at Cumberland.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Julie Plummer
Woman of Wilson: Julie Plummer

Growing up as the daughter of a military dentist, Julie Plummer moved around quite a bit. She was born in Memphis but graduated from high school far away in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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