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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Sept. 22, 2015

Milton Sills Tuggle, 86

Dr. Stanley Keith Brady, 53

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Dr. Stan Brady, 53

Beloved local dentist Dr. Stan Keith Brady passed away on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015 at age 53.

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Our Feathered Friends

Somewhere around Cedar Forest
Hummer on My Front Porch
Somewhere around Cedar Forest

Here we are starting toward the end of September, in a dry period that will finish off my garden. Usually I will have to pick tomatoes the day before frost is forecasted. Most of my plants have already dried up. I will miss my home grown vegetables, especially my mators. I would guess now is the time to sow turnip greens.

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General News

Body found behind Hartmann Drive business
Body found behind Hartmann Drive business

A body was found off South Hartmann Drive in Lebanon on Monday.

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CU Baptist Student Union rising from ashes
CU Baptist Student Union rising from ashes

For the Wilson County Baptist Association, a rebuild of the BCM building has been a long time coming.

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Local has 'Dream' of another ride granted
Local has 'Dream' of another ride granted

Retired truck driver Ralph Pennycuff took "one more ride" on an 18-wheeler thanks to his friends at Elmcroft of Lebanon.

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Mold report released for Watertown Elementary
Mold report released for Watertown Elementary

Wilson County Schools recently released the results of a mold assessment report conducted at Watertown Elementary School's Building A on Sept. 14.

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SRO recognized for saving choking child
SRO recognized for saving choking child

Wilson County Sheriff's Deputy Joe Bowen was awarded a Meritorious Citation Monday by the Lebanon Special School District helping save the life of a student at Byars-Dowdy Elementary.

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Thursday service set for Rev. Cather
Rev. Cather
Thursday service set for Rev. Cather

Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for Rev. Douglas Cather, 91, of Lebanon. Born Oct. 10, 1923, in Roanoke, Virginia, Rev. Cather died Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, at Southern Manor.

A minister of the gospel and missionary to Africa, "Bro. Doug" earned a masters degrees at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, TX. He and his late wife Sarah served some 13 years as Southern Baptist missionaries to Ghana, W. Africa.
From 1966-71, he was the pastor of Scenic Park Baptist in Bristol, VA.

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Tuckers Crossroads Fall Festival set for Friday
Tuckers Crossroads Fall Festival set for Friday

Tuckers Crossroads Elementary School will offer up plenty of fall-inspired family fun on Friday with its annual TXR Fall Festival fund-raiser.

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General Sports

GOLF - Two locals headed to state
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GOLF - Two locals headed to state

TSSAA golf championships
CLARKSVILLE -- Wilson County will be sending two golfers to next week's TSSAA Class AAA state championships after they qualified in Monday's Region 5-AAA tournament at the Swan Lake Course.

Wilson Central's Blain Turner was in contention for the win, playing at two-under through 14.

The junior triple bogeyed the Par 5 15th hole and finished with a 74, just two shots off the lead.

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John Elrod wins Tenn Classic
Elrod
John Elrod wins Tenn Classic

Saturday at Percy Warner Park
NASHVILLE -- Wilson Central junior John Elrod ran a 16:31 to win Saturday's running of the Tennessee Classic at Percy Warner Park.

Elrod led a pack of four Wildcats in the top 15, earning Central top team honors in the 26-team field. Mt. Juliet finished 15th as a team.

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LHS sweeps Columbia Classic
LHS sweeps Columbia Classic
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Tuesday prep volleyball
Tuesday prep volleyball
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