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Showing 10 articles from September 11, 2015.

Opinion

Steps in the right direction

With the firing of the transportation director this week, Wilson County Schools made several decisions about its organization and future.

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Cocodrie - A journey back 60 years

This column may have little relevance to most readers. For some reason I can't fathom, I have been almost compelled to write it for quite some time.

Step back about 60-years with me. See if you can see what I see.

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Our Feathered Friends

Who Gives a Hoot
Screech Owl at Camp
Who Gives a Hoot

I am hoping that you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend, just like yours truly. The weather has been very warm, but with rain showers in the neighborhood, a cooling factor is applied. I am not sure when my editor is expecting me to have my article sent in, so I am sneaking in this past Sunday, to be able to meet my deadline.

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Top Stories-Slideshow

Three teams plan homecoming games
Three teams plan homecoming games
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General News

Local church gives back to LPD
Local church gives back to LPD

Crossroads Church gave back to local law enforcement officers Thursday in the form of a hearty steak lunch.

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Longtime employees honored by WCSO
Longtime employees honored by WCSO

Longtime Wilson County Sheriff's Office Employees Ed Denney and John Wayne Freeman were honored on Thursday for their many years of dedication.

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Partlow hired as transportation director
Partlow hired as transportation director

Wilson County Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright announced in a release Thursday that Jerry Partlow had been named the new Director of Transportation for the school system.

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Sherry's Run: Patient leaves a legacy of love
Sherry's Run: Patient leaves a legacy of love

12th annual run/walk to honor life of Amanda Ray

A family's first trip to Disney World is a very special time.

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UMC hopes to consolidate McFarland campus
UMC hopes to consolidate McFarland campus

Big plans are on the horizon for University Medical Center, including relocating its McFarland campus.

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General Sports

WAU Tigers 34, Cumberland 8
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WAU Tigers 34, Cumberland 8

DII squad dominates second half
LIVINGSTON, Ala. - Down 8-7 to Cumberland at intermission, West Alabama dipped into the bullpen and scored 27 unanswered poins in the second half to defeat the Bulldogs 34-8 Thursday night at tiger Stadium.

The win moved the NCAA Division II West Alabama squad to 2-0, while CU slipped to 1-1.

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