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Obituaries

Christopher Erik Click, 45

Funeral services with military honors were held Monday afternoon, April 27 at the Bond Memorial Chapel for Mr. Click, 45, of Old Hickory

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Helen Carter Webster, 90

Graveside services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, April 30, 2015, at the Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery in Pegram for Mrs. Webster, 90, of Lebanon.

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Howard Thomas Kennedy, 88

Memorial services were held Tuesday evening, April 28 at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet for Mr. Kennedy, 88, of Mt. Julie

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Wilma Gentry Duke, 78

Funeral services were held Monday morning, April 27 at the Sellars Funeral Home for Mrs. Duke, 78.

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Do you need a change?
Do you need a change?

Turkey season is winding down.

Maybe you are tagged out on turkeys. Maybe you are tired of not seeing turkeys. Maybe the bass have shut you out. Maybe the crappie have lockjaw. Maybe you are just bored.

You need a change.

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Bike Mt. Juliet Sunday
Bike Mt. Juliet Sunday

For new and experienced bicyclists, Mt. Juliet is the place to be for a community bicycle ride to recognize Bicycle Safety Month Sunday afternoon.

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General News

Four WCSO Explorers promoted in Pinning Ceremony
Four WCSO Explorers promoted in Pinning Ceremony

Four members of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office Boy Scouts of America Explorers Post 328 class were promoted during a pinning ceremony earlier this week.

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General Sports

LHS hosts 'Blue Pride Saturday'
LHS hosts 'Blue Pride Saturday'

Blue Devil football open house
Lebanon High football invites the community to attend "Blue Pride Saturday", this Saturday, May 2 at Clifton Tribble Field - Danny Watkins Stadium.

Coach Sam Harp's team will hold a public workout / scrimmage between the hours of 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

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DII BASEBALL -- Thursday's schedule
DII BASEBALL -- Thursday's schedule

All games at Lebanon's Friendship Christian School.

Thursday
4:30 Knox Webb vs. Friendship Christian
7:00 Winners of DCA/Kings vs. Ezell Harding / St. Andrews Sewanee

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FCS eliminates MJCA 6-2
FCS eliminates MJCA 6-2

Commanders move on in DII
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian scratched out three runs in the bottom of the second and went on to reord a 6-2 victory over Mt. Juliet Christian Academy Tuesday in a East-Middle District 1-A play-in game.

With the victory, the Commanders improved to 14-17 on the season and advance to a 4:30 p.m. home game Thursday against Knox Webb.

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Mid-South honors CU's Tyler Alford
Alford
Mid-South honors CU's Tyler Alford

Champion of Character Award
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. -- Cumberland University catcher Tyler Alford has been named the 2015 Mid-South Conference Champion of Character winner at the annual awards banquet Tuesday night at the National Corvette Museum.

A senior out of Knoxville Powell High School, Alford selected by a vote of the conference athletic directors -- based on his academic and athletic achievement, campus and community leadership, future ambition and a demonstration of five core character values of the NAIA

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SURPRISE -- CU 6, Campbellsville 1
SURPRISE -- CU 6, Campbellsville 1

'Dogs reach winner's finals
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - Clint Meadows tossed a complete-game four-hitter and Phil Stiles and Ryan Simmons each posted three hits and scored twice in Cumberland's 6-1 victory over 19th-ranked Campbellsville University on Thursday at Bowling Green Ballpark.

With the victory the Bulldogs (20-29) advance to the winner's bracket final Friday at 3 p.m. against the winner of Thursday's late game between Lindsey Wilson and Shawnee State.

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Women of Wilson

Wilson Post, UMC presents Woman of Wilson Luncheon

The Wilson Post with University Medical Center will proudly present the inaugural Woman of Wilson Luncheon on Wednesday, May 13.

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Woman of Wilson: Pat Bryant
Woman of Wilson: Pat Bryant

She's had a big impact on Wilson County's educational, political and social communities, but Pat Bryant remains a humble woman.

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