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Showing 11 articles from January 28, 2016.

General Lifestyle

Church gives 'wheels' and changes lives
Church gives 'wheels' and changes lives

She was raising her grandchildren. One had leukemia. But she didn't have a car to transport the little one to treatments.

"We gave her a Suburban," Butch O'Neal said quietly.

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Column

Another one about Hwy, 109
Another one about Hwy, 109

"There was a bad wreck on 109 yesterday."

It's one of those sentences that, even though it shouldn't, kind of loses its impact after you've heard it over and over and over again, like "and there was another terrorist attack in the Middle East on Tuesday" or "last night, Donald Trump said something no viable presidential candidate in the history of our nation would've gotten away with."

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Guest Column

Tahiti: Sure cure for the winter doldrums
Tahiti: Sure cure for the winter doldrums

My desire to get out of the cold was fully realized in the trip to the French Polynesian Islands. From our first arrival in the tropical environment with temperatures ranging from 87 degrees daytime to 74 at night, we were able to shed the long-sleeved shirts for swimsuits.

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General News

Capitol to host Mardi Gras event for Sherry's Run
Capitol to host Mardi Gras event for Sherry's Run

Let the good times roll - Mardi Gras is coming to The Capitol Theatre on Friday, Feb. 5th.

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County lays out textbooks for adoption
County lays out textbooks for adoption

The community got a firsthand look at textbooks options for the upcoming school-year.

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MJ issues 'stop work order' on Boyle property
MJ issues 'stop work order' on Boyle property
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Monday deadline to register to vote in presidential primary
Monday deadline to register to vote in presidential primary

Monday, Feb. 1 is the final day Wilson County residents can register to vote in the March 1 Presidential Preference Primary.

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State Economic Development head speaks to Chamber
State Economic Development head speaks to Chamber

Community leaders, business owners and elected officials gathered at the Lebanon Golf & Country Club on Thursday for the Lebanon/Wilson Chamber of Commerce's Lunch and Learn.

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Wilson CVB, WSM to partner on 'Live from The Capitol Theatre'
Wilson CVB, WSM to partner on 'Live from The Capitol Theatre'

The radio home of the Grand Ole Opry and the Wilson County Convention and Visitors Bureau are teaming up for the debut of "WSM Live from The Capitol Theatre," a live performance show highlighting aspiring singers and songwriters.

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YMCA sells MJ property for $1.5M
YMCA sells MJ property for $1.5M

A YMCA of Middle Tennessee official confirmed their sale of property in North Mt. Juliet on Lebanon Road.

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General Sports

Andrews receives Old Timers scholarship
Andrews receives Old Timers scholarship

Lebanon High baseball senior
NASHVILLE -- Baseball Hall of Fame relief pitcher Rollie Fingers congratulates Lebanon High senior Chase Andrews after he was awarded the $2,000 Stephen Langston Scholarship from the Nashville Old Timers Baseball Association at the annual banquet Jan. 21 at the Nashville Airport Marriott.

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