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General Lifestyle

Next Big Twang set for Silverado's East Friday
Next Big Twang set for Silverado's East Friday

If you are without plans and searching for good live music this Friday night - go to Silverado's East in Lebanon for Nashville's Next Big Twang.

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Our Feathered Friends

Past or Future ?
Eurasian Collared Doves
Past or Future ?

I am hoping that the weather will cooperate with me this past weekend. It seems that I will be having to write this in the future tense. Our state park system allows us to do online reservations for the various campgrounds.

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General News

Byars Dowdy's Gray named to first-ever Governor's Teach Cabinet
Byars Dowdy's Gray named to first-ever Governor's Teach Cabinet

Anita Gray, a third grade teacher at Byars Dowdy Elementary School, was one of 18 Tennessee teachers named to serve on the first Governor's Teacher Cabinet earlier this week.

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Community supports Alex
Community supports Alex

With his mom shining in the shadows, his sister softly nearby and his dad Troy at his back, Alex Pearson smiled and acknowledged the crowd of people around him as the Mt. Juliet community presented nearly $17,000 on his behalf.

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Council united on donations, split on contracts
Council united on donations, split on contracts

In nearly back-to-back meetings this week, Lebanon City Council approved abandoning the city's interest in a one-block section of Wildwood Avenue at the request of Immanuel Baptist Church, and donated $80,000 to the Wilson County Veterans Plaza Museum.

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Jazz Alliance, Farmisan Markets set for Saturday in MJ
Jazz Alliance, Farmisan Markets set for Saturday in MJ

The Jazz Alliance Big Band and Farmisan Markets have joined forces for Summerfest 2015 and will be at the Charlie Daniels Park Stage from 4 until 7 p.m. for free on Saturday.

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Justice's case sent to grand jury
Justice's case sent to grand jury

A Mt. Juliet city commissioner and longtime Wilson County deputy's alleged domestic violence case will be heard by a grand jury, according to a ruling in a preliminary hearing in Nashville General Sessions Judge Allegra Walker's court on Thursday.

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LHS Class of 1953 holds 62nd reunion
LHS Class of 1953 holds 62nd reunion

The Lebanon High School Class of 1953 held their 62nd reunion on June 13 at The Rock building at First Baptist Church.

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TDOT alters Hwy. 109 Paving Schedule
TDOT alters Hwy. 109 Paving Schedule

The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) revised the paving schedule for Hwy. 109 between Lebanon Road and the Cumberland River Bridge in Wilson County Wednesday, opting to cancel lane closures planned for June 19 through 21.

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