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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Oct. 1, 2015

Shawn Matthew Dobson, 30

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Creative Placemaking
Creative Placemaking

Modern lives are virtual - our news, shopping and interactions are digested alone, usually on a smartphone. While technology certainly has its advantages and makes many tasks more convenient, people yearn for a connection, not only to a physical spot but a connection to the pulse, to the heart of a community. Recapturing or recreating a sense of community is what creative placemaking is all about.

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General News

Bowling alley owner to plead 'not guilty' in cold case
Bowling alley owner to plead 'not guilty' in cold case

A Hamilton County judge has set a hearing date for William Frank Hawk, 61, of Greeneville, who is expected to plead 'not guilty' to first degree murder charges for the 1981 death of Johnny Mack Salyer.

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Company with the Pope
Company with the Pope

She said it was an experience that changed and enhanced her life, and one she "will never forget."

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Crime Stoppers asking for public's help
Crime Stoppers asking for public's help

A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information on the following crimes

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MLYS set rain or shine
MLYS set rain or shine

The fall installation of the Watertown Mile Long Yard Sale is coming up this Saturday, Oct. 3.

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Supreme Court holds its own on CU campus
Supreme Court holds its own on CU campus

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Taste of Wilson to feature grill-off showdown
Taste of Wilson to feature grill-off showdown

Bragging rights will be on the line when Taste of Wilson County returns to Lebanon's East Main Street on Thursday, Oct. 8, as local educators square off with community leaders in the largest grilling competition the annual event has ever witnessed.

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Elections/Politics

Election Commission tests new voting system
Election Commission tests new voting system

The Wilson County Election Commission recently evaluated a new voting system to assess its ability to improve the local voting experience.

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