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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Dec. 3, 2015

Tony Lee Page, 60

James Samuel Denning, 87

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Column

The Art of Staying Happy

With all the major issues we face as human beings, you would think that some people would have better things to complain about. We've got human beings starving to death, dying in car crashes and suffering major illnesses, while others live very blessed lives but can't seem to do anything but complain. They just simply can't get past complaining long enough to see their many blessings.

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Letters to the Editor

Autumn Morning poem
Autumn Morning poem

I am a resident of Maristone Assisted Living in Mt. Juliet. I am 86 years old.

My book of poetry was published last spring. Another book of Wilson County history was recently published.

I am enclosing two of my poems. If you use them, I will be pleased.

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General News

'Black Friday' gun sales surge
'Black Friday' gun sales surge

The FBI reported that 185,000 Americans had their backgrounds checked purchasing guns on Black Friday - the busiest shopping day of the season.

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Chief hot about new fire hall delays
Chief hot about new fire hall delays

Lebanon Fire Chief Chris Dowell couldn't hide his disappointment over what he called Lebanon City Council "dragging their feet" on proposed Lebanon Fire Station 4, as he addressed the December installment of City Chat on Wednesday morning.

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Lebanon Special Census nearing 30,000
Lebanon Special Census nearing 30,000

If you are a Lebanon resident - make sure to get counted in the Lebanon Special Census, happening now.

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MJ Starbucks, Moe's development wants rear access
MJ Starbucks, Moe's development wants rear access

Commissioner wants developer to provide cross access to project

A Mt. Juliet city commissioner is upset because he said a developer in his district indicated they won't provide cross access for its tenants and the general population. He hopes he can convince them to change their minds for the good of its tenants and citizens.

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Mother's Toy store provides jolly Christmas
Mother's Toy store provides jolly Christmas

More than 800 children who otherwise would not have Christmas presents under the tree this year will have a joyous Christmas morning because of Big Brothers of Mt. Juliet's outreach, the Mother's Toy Store.

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WCSO to hold Dyer benefit auction Saturday
WCSO to hold Dyer benefit auction Saturday

The Wilson County Sheriff's Office will hold a benefit auction at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday at 6 p.m. to help former WCSO Deputy Earl Dyer.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Bubbles
Bubbles

I have fond memories of being a kid and going out to eat with my parents. Hitting the usual fast food fare was a normal thing, probably three or four times each week. We would even occasionally go during the holidays, if my mom didn't feel like burning another roast (just kidding mom, love ya!).

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