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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Dec. 17, 2015

Lillian Louise Sharp Ricketts, 96

Kaleb Douglas Woodcock, 21

Diana Lynn Winfree, 50

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Lots of toys available

Sometimes, I wish I was hi-tech. There are so many toys for outdoorsman that are super hi-tech and would make nice Christmas gifts. Unfortunately, hi-tech and I don't mix well. I still have no idea how you "share" on Facebook.

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General Lifestyle

Empower Me Day Camp Feature: Morgan Lanning
Empower Me Day Camp Feature: Morgan Lanning

Before the end of the year, organizers for a local non-profit organization are encouraging contributions to help build their dream facility, recently approved to be built next to University Medical Center in Lebanon.

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Local food startups land Southern Living shout out
Local food startups land Southern Living shout out

Almond toffee and apple bourbon jam are two locally-made goodies mentioned this month in national magazine Southern Living.

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Column

Coming home for Christmas
Coming home for Christmas

Today my younger daughter and three grandchildren got up early to make the 11-hour drive from Baltimore so that they could be home for Christmas. This time they would drive through the blowing rainstorm of a recent front passage, but many times they have tackled snowfall icing the roads to make this trip. Once, the car broke down, and they purchased another one rather than wait for a costly repair.

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Good deeds make the world a better place
Good deeds make the world a better place

Have you ever noticed that we all seem to be more giving and kind when we're in a good or great mood? It's just human nature to do more good deeds and be nicer when we're happier. The struggle of committing good deeds and being nice is harder to do when we're agitated, aggravated, frustrated, mad, ill, tired, impatient, hot, cold, running late or distracted. Wow! It seems there are lots of things that can distract us from being kind, nice and committing good deeds.

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Letters to the Editor

A simple gift
A simple gift

A simple gift can make you happy. A poem by Audrey Bradshaw.

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Top Stories-Slideshow

LHS baseball holds pancake breakfast
LHS baseball holds pancake breakfast
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General News

Goodwill expects post-Santa surge in donations
Goodwill expects post-Santa surge in donations

Because Santa will be generous (if you've been nice and not naughty), Christmas morning you will have a ton more lovely items in your already cluttered house.

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LPD shares safe holiday shopping tips
LPD shares safe holiday shopping tips

It is one week until Christmas and local shopping centers are in full swing - with lots of gadgets, extended hours and extra staff.

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Sounds of the Season
Sounds of the Season

Carroll-Oakland students and faculty were in for a treat on Wednesday morning as the band and choir classes performed a holiday concert for them.

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General Sports

Smith family supports CU
Max Smith
Smith family supports CU

$5,000 donation begins annual pledge
LEBANON -- The family of the late Max Smith of Lebanon showed their support of Cumberland University Athletics by making a $5,000 donation in his memory this week and pledged to continue with the same amount or more each year.

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