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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Feb. 2, 2016

Margaret J. Ferrell, 93

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Telling Tales

Never. If. It happens.
Never. If. It happens.

As my children get older, more and more, I rely on those bits of parenting wisdom my mom unknowingly doled out while she faced new challenges with her own children.

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General Lifestyle

Wilson County in pictures
Wilson County in pictures

When it comes to the matter of facts about Wilson County, Linda Granstaff proves to be a walking, talking encyclopedia.

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Our Feathered Friends

Back Around The Lake
American White Pelican
Back Around The Lake

What a difference a week can make, especially after coming off a nine inch snow. Temperatures have gone from single digits on up to the upper 60's. I will take this anytime.

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Guest Column

Simply Saluting: Dr. Paul Stumb
Simply Saluting: Dr. Paul Stumb

Each month CedarStone Bank "simply salutes" an influential leader in Wilson County. This month the bank is proud to recognize Dr. Paul Stumb, president of Cumberland University.

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General News

City employees could see raises
City employees could see raises

Lebanon City Council will consider a proposal to "adjust and correct" employee pay following results from a employee pay study which determined Lebanon paid its employees close to 20 percent less than comparable communities.

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Councilor arrested for public intoxication
Councilor arrested for public intoxication

A Lebanon City Councilor was arrested Tuesday night shortly after the meeting.

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Cragwall honored during terminal groundbreaking
Cragwall honored during terminal groundbreaking

Lebanon Airport Commission Chairman T.O. Cragwall was honored at the new terminal groundbreaking for the Lebanon Municipal Airport on Friday.

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Dog bites woman in Oak Hill
Dog bites woman in Oak Hill

Lebanon Police reported a dog biting incident in the Oak Hill subdivision last week.

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MJ church chosen to host Tim Tebow's 'Night to Shine'
MJ church chosen to host Tim Tebow's 'Night to Shine'

She hopes to wear a pink or purple prom dress.

"Maybe even red!" Taegan Martin said.

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MJ District 1 city commissioner wants another four years
MJ District 1 city commissioner wants another four years

Three-term District 1 City Commissioner Ray Justice said this week he wants to stump for a fourth term.

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School site options prove controversial
School site options prove controversial

Before a capacity crowd of concerned residents from Mt. Juliet's Hickory Hills and Devonshire neighborhoods, the Wilson County School Board went into overtime Monday night at a work session to discuss possible sites for the county's next high school - and Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright unveiled a surprise possible site.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Are you planning a cheat meal?
Are you planning a cheat meal?

Ahhh cheat meals. One of my favorite topics. And by the looks of some of these Facebook and Instagram posts, it's a pretty popular one with everyone else, too. Let's be clear though. I'm talking about cheat meals, not cheat days... there's a difference.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Sherry Sullins Lester
Woman of Wilson: Sherry Sullins Lester

Sherry Sullins Lester credits her father, Aaron Sullins, with instilling in her the value of hard work and the importance of family.

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