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John Sloan - Outdoors

It's better this way

Not long ago, there was a tremendous hue and cry because a lion was killed in Africa. Not much was said about hundreds of humans that are killed there every month or the fact that not long before that, a lion jumped in a car and killed a woman.

Also, it was not mentioned that the natives were delighted a lion was killed.

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General Lifestyle

Pug for Prez
Pug for Prez

She's going to "work like a dog for American jobs" and is "determined to lick rising healthcare costs."

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Column

Littering Costly to All

After recently conducting a major trash pickup along various streets in the city, I found myself asking what would make a person disrespect their community, state or country by littering or illegally dumping.

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Calendar

Calendar for September 30

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Top Stories-Slideshow

Local prep volleyball reports
Local prep volleyball reports
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General News

Baddour Pkwy. project stirs controversy
Baddour Pkwy. project stirs controversy

An apartment development planned for Lebanon has the city abuzz.

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Count yourself in
Count yourself in

Have you been counted?

There are several ways to participate in the Lebanon Special Census according to Project Manager Scott McRae.

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Crashes continue at I-40's mm 226
Crashes continue at I-40's mm 226

The city of Mt. Juliet's alert system pings on a regular basis these days to warn motorists to "slow down and pay attention."

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Great Clips offers free haircuts Oct. 1
Great Clips offers free haircuts Oct. 1

Celebrating 15 years of ongoing partnership with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Great Clips will offer free haircuts at its 54 Middle Tennessee area locations through its annual Nite For Kids event on Thursday, Oct. 1 from 5 until 9 p.m.

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Lebanon area lightning bug collectors gather summer sum
Lebanon area lightning bug collectors gather summer sum

Responding to the call of science despite a difficult season, collectors in Lebanon and the surrounding area delivered 143 grams of lightning bugs for 2015.

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LHS hosts band competition
LHS hosts band competition

30th annual Blue Devil Invitational -
The Lebanon High Marching Blue Devils will host the 30th annual Blue Devil Invitational marching band competition Saturday, Oct. 3 at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium.

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Two-day benefit, memorial ride this weekend
Two-day benefit, memorial ride this weekend

The Justified Riding Club will host a two-day ride and "Cruz In" on Saturday and Sunday to raise funds for the young victim of an ATV accident and in memory of longtime fellow rider Scott Allmon.

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General Sports

TSSAA GOLF -- Locals place in top 50
TSSAA GOLF -- Locals place in top 50

WC's Turner & MJ's Fogg
MANCHESTER -- Wilson County's two entries in the TSSAA Class AAA Golf Championships earned top 50 finishes in the two-day event held Tuesday and Wednesday at the WillowBrook Golf Club.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

What gets monitored, gets measured
What gets monitored, gets measured

Alright! Who wants some homework? Huh? You? Maybe you over there? OK, you in the red shirt, how about it? No? Anybody? Bueller?... Bueller?... Bueller?

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Melinda Ledford
Woman of Wilson: Melinda Ledford

You can take the girl out of Alabama, but in the case of Melinda Ledford, you can't take the Alabama out of the girl.

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