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Showing 12 articles from August 13, 2015.

Obituaries

Elizabeth "Beth" Blankenship Shao, 67

A funeral mass was held Monday, Aug. 10 at Saint Stephens Catholic Church in Old Hickory for Mrs. Shao, 67, of Mt. Juliet.

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Margaret "Peggy" Hamlin Malone, 73

A celebration of life will be held 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23 at Global Vision Bible Church, 2060 Old Lebanon Dirt Road, Mt. Juliet for Mrs. Malone, 73, of Hermitage.

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Osie Dunn, 74

Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Aug. 13 at Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mrs. Dunn, 74 of Lebanon.

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Raymond Argo, 61

Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15 at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet for Mr. Argo, 61 of Mt. Juliet.

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Robert Lee Moore, Sr., 67

Mr. Moore died Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015 at the age of 65.

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Letters to the Editor

LETTER- Expo Center will make WC Fair better

Now that the Wilson County Expo is a reality and not just a dream, I think about my mother. About 10 years ago, my mother, about 70 years young, made the comment, "Wilson County needs a coliseum at the fairgrounds." She was always a lady of insight. When we, as a family, worked at the Raleigh, N.C. State Fair, a 100-acre fair, a coliseum was packed each night with events and concerts. She met many famous people and attended all the events.

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General News

'Mystery' big box retailing eyeing Northtown
'Mystery' big box retailing eyeing Northtown

A "mystery" big box store, a new business complex, a potential change of ownership of 350-apartment site and Starbucks update were topics of discussion at the Northtown Business Council Wednesday morning.

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Bryant given Bass Award by Lebanon Rotary
Bryant given Bass Award by Lebanon Rotary

Esteemed retired educator Hattie Bryant was presented with the Bass Community Service Award by Lebanon Breakfast Rotarians on Thursday at the Lebanon Golf & Country Club.

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Lebanon woman accused of stealing $340K from friend
Lebanon woman accused of stealing $340K from friend

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Lebanon woman accused of misusing her position as a friend's Power of Attorney for financial benefit.

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Lynn: We want our country back
Lynn: We want our country back

"It makes us sad," Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Brian Abston said as he addressed a crowd gathered Tuesday evening to honor and mourn the loss of five military personnel recently slain in Chattanooga.

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WB&T named one of top banks in the nation
WB&T named one of top banks in the nation
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General Sports

FOOTBALL -- Weekend Jamboree results
FOOTBALL -- Weekend Jamboree results

Purple Tigers hold off DCHS
Watertown tuned up for Friday's 2015 season-opener with a 21-20 win over DeKalb County Saturday in a two-quarter jamboree at Robinson Stadium.

Luke Turner scored for the Purple Tigers on a short run while Skylor Scales caught a pair of touchdown passes from Seth Price.

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