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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: March 2, 2016

Jerald Davis Bryson, 72

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Success by degrees

I have come to believe the most valuable piece of equipment you can have on your boat, (in terms of catching spring bass), is your thermometer. Transition bass, those just starting to move toward their regular spawning areas, react strongly to water temperature.

One or two degrees can make a huge difference in both where they are and if they will bite. As the water starts to warm, they begin to move progressively shallower, always keyed to something. It may be structure or deeper water or baitfish.

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Telling Tales

A Charged Household
A Charged Household

Like many of you, my husband and I pay for the lights to turn on in the house. We pay for the food in the fridge, the water that comes out of the tap, and when the heat turns on, that's us, too.

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General Lifestyle

Slipping through the cracks
Slipping through the cracks

Streamside salamanders, aka Ambystoma barbouri, prove to be slippery, slimy, somewhat secretive amphibians.

But if you're hoping to spy one in its natural habitat, then wading a shallow, limestone creek on a winter day is likely your best bet.

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Column

Insecurity Digest- The Apprentice
Insecurity Digest- The Apprentice

I am the greatest sinner among you. No, I'm serious. Oh, so rich in depravity am I. Weak and troubled, I fall upon God's mercies every morning. Understanding this about myself, I have closely inspected my righteous indignation swirling around this upcoming Presidential election.

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General News

LFD opens Citizens Fire Academy
LFD opens Citizens Fire Academy

The Lebanon Fire Department began their Citizens Fire Academy on Monday.

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MJ Police chief opens fashion boutique
MJ Police chief opens fashion boutique

Whether behind the pulpit, leading Mt. Juliet's Police Department or as partner in a high-end fashion boutique, James Hambrick is a dapper fellow.

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Thieves steal $55K of appliances from MJ developments
Thieves steal $55K of appliances from MJ developments

Appliances appear to be a hot commodity to petty thieves targeting construction sites in Mt. Juliet.

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General Sports

HOOPS -- Bears fall in AAA sectional
HOOPS -- Bears fall in AAA sectional

Hillsboro ends Mt. Juliet season
NASHVILLE -- Hillsboro senior Thomas Smith led the way with a double-double, 24 points and 12 rebounds, as the Burros clinched a berth in next week's BlueCross Basketball Championships with a 66-46 win over Mt. Juliet Monday.

The Burros pulled ahead 19-2 and never looked back, improving to 21-7 on the season.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Awesome New Supplement!
Awesome New Supplement!

One of the questions that I get asked most often is some form of "I just heard about this new supplement X, what do you think about it?" I usually respond with what facts (some) or evidence of effectiveness (little to none) to help the curious individual. In most cases I'll tell them that supplement X really doesn't do much and that they should save their money.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Julie Miller-Wilson
Woman of Wilson: Julie Miller-Wilson

Julie Miller-Wilson opened Body Kneads, Etc. with her daughter, Heather Hull, and another friend in April 2010. In just six short years the business has grown into a full-service day spa.

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