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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: Feb. 25, 2016

Bobbie Jean Gibson, 78

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General News

Animal control officers uncover meth operation
Animal control officers uncover meth operation

Lebanon Animal Control officers happened upon what investigators say was a methamphetamine lab at 1917 Roanoke Drive on Lebanon's west side Tuesday morning while attempting to make contact with the homeowner regarding a citation for animals at large.

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Bicycle park project gets big boost from Piedmont
Bicycle park project gets big boost from Piedmont

The local Boy Scout who has planned a bicycle park for Mt. Juliet as his Eagle Scout project got a big boost, with a big donation from Piedmont Gas.

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Burglar steals more than $16,000 in sunglasses
Burglar steals more than $16,000 in sunglasses

Lebanon Police are seeking information on a robbery that took place Tuesday morning at the Sunglass Hut at Prime Outlet Mall when investigators say a thief made off with nearly 250 pairs of sunglasses valued at $16,600.

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EMTAR pres hits ground running
EMTAR pres hits ground running

You could say Melissa Hayes hit the ground running when elected by her peers as president of one of this region's leading real estate associations in December.

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Lebanon giving away free trees
Lebanon giving away free trees

As part of the Tennessee Environmental Council's 50K Tree Day, the City of Lebanon will host a tree giveaway on Friday, Feb. 26.

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MJ Noon Rotary to host Wilson County All-Sing
MJ Noon Rotary to host Wilson County All-Sing

The Mt. Juliet Noon Rotary will host the third annual Wilson County All-Sing on Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at Watertown High School.

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The doctor is (back) in
The doctor is (back) in

Dr. Robert Steves is getting back-to-the-basics of treating patients. His direct primary care practice, The Town Doctor, in Lebanon, will open next Tuesday.

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General Sports

BOWLING -- Lebanon's Bell inks with CU
BOWLING -- Lebanon's Bell inks with CU

District 12 Most Valuable
Lebanon High senior Peyton Bell inked scholarship papers Thursday morning to continue his eduaction and bowling career at Cumberland University.

Bell, who bowled an average of 214 for the Blue Devils, was the District 12 MVP. He is the son of Kevin Bell.

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WRESTLING -- Hicks is MSC coach of the year
WRESTLING -- Hicks is MSC coach of the year
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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Choose Wisely
Choose Wisely

This week I thought we could get a little more practical. Even though habits, happiness, willpower and having fun are at the core of living a healthy lifestyle, they can be hard to nail down. So I thought giving some solid advice would help.

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