James Ollie McMillin, 66
Linda Faye Lawson, 62
Dewey C. Bane, 91
As the political arena tightens, we begin to focus on who should lead our country, now only a year away. The latest scare tactic involves the Muslims and their contribution to terror. It plays on the wants of the Western world to distance ourselves from a religion that is little-known and therefore naturally suspect.
Another poem by Maristone resident Audrey Bradshaw, this one taking a light approach to the holidays.
The administration of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office and staff would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone in our community who has made a contribution in time, gifts, cash or any help to our former WCSO Deputy Earl Dyer, who is currently unable to work due to bilateral stroke, rendering him paralyzed.
A group of Friendship Christian students are gearing up to give back this Christmas.
The male suspect who robbed a Lebanon convenience store on Wednesday night was taken into custody early Thursday afternoon, Lebanon Police confirmed.
Friday, Dec. 11, will be a historic day for Del Webb Lake Providence as community developers, The Pulte Group, will officially "turn over the keys" to a resident-run board of directors.
Country music songstress Lorrie Morgan is bringing her "Enchanted Christmas" to the Capitol Theatre on Sunday, Dec. 13.
"And I learned early in my life that only two things protect America, the grace of Almighty God and the United States military," legendary Mt. Juliet country music artist Charlie Daniels said this week. "It was that way then, it is that way now, and will forever be that way as long as America remains a free and sovereign nation."
Tickets on the Music City Star to Nashville's New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway are now available online, and Miller Lite is sponsoring the RTA service on Dec. 31 by offering free train rides to the first 650 people who reserve tickets online.
Citing the threat of rain and high winds, organizers of the Possumtown Christmas Parade have postponed the event, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 13.
All-District 12 team announced
A pair of Lebanon High bowlers claimed top honors as District 12 coaches announced their postseason honors earlier this week.
Peyton Bell was named District MVP on the boys side while Lindsay Manning was the girls MVP. Bell averaged a 214 score this season while Manning averaged 192.
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