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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: March 24, 2016

Howard Franklin York, 84

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Letters to the Editor

Nobody happy about Phoenix name change
Nobody happy about Phoenix name change

We have been fans of Cumberland athletics for over 50 years. We fondly recall attending Bulldog baseball games as kids in the 1960s - many years before there even existed a grass infield. Our local Little League and Babe Ruth teams were allowed to practice there as well. Thanks to Coach Woody Hunt and his many years of dedication, Cumberland now has one of the best baseball venues in the NAIA.

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General News

City loses insurance ruling
City loses insurance ruling

The City of Lebanon is "considering their options" following a ruling it which it was decided that their previous agent of record, George Greenwood, is due several months of commission.

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City wont allow South MJ Starbucks to open
City wont allow South MJ Starbucks to open

The city will allow only one business - Edible Arrangements - to open during negotiations with the developer of the controversial South Mt. Juliet Starbucks strip center under fire for "not stepping up" to provide a second access.

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Hop to 'Great Easter Bash' in MJ Saturday
Hop to 'Great Easter Bash' in MJ Saturday

The forecast is perfect for the Easter Bunny Saturday when children can hunt more than 60,000 eggs at the Great Easter Bash at Charlie Daniel's Park in Mt. Juliet.

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Local restaurant workers mourn tragic death of co-worker
Local restaurant workers mourn tragic death of co-worker

He was a hard worker, energetic and never late for work.

When he didn't show up for his job Saturday at Cori's Doghouse in Mt. Juliet, his boss Sully Sullivan knew something wasn't right.

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MJ's Windtree to host Cure for Our Friends
MJ's Windtree to host Cure for Our Friends

Cure for Our Friends is gearing up for their third annual golf tournament to benefit local families affected by Cystic Fibrosis and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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Sports Village hosts fundraiser for Meals on Wheels
Sports Village hosts fundraiser for Meals on Wheels

Another big boost for Meals on Wheels, thanks to Sports Village Fitness Athletic Director Will Taylor. On March 19, Taylor hosted a two-hour fitness challenge fundraiser to benefit the Mid-Cumberland branch. The event raised nearly $5,000.

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Taste of Mt. Juliet returns April 15
Taste of Mt. Juliet returns April 15

Taste of Mt. Juliet, among the most popular and anticipated social events in Mt. Juliet, is set to return on Friday, April 15.

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TDOT halts interstate work for Easter travel
TDOT halts interstate work for Easter travel

The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all interstate construction work this Easter weekend in anticipation of increased holiday travel.

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Weekend full of Easter activities
Weekend full of Easter activities

The weekend is full of Easter festivities.

Beginning on Saturday morning, the City of Lebanon Gas Department will host their annual Easter Egg Hunt at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center.

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General Sports

SOFTBALL -- LHS plays in M-Boro
Anna Bennett
SOFTBALL -- LHS plays in M-Boro

Lady Warrior Southern Classic
Lebanon High's softball team is scheduled to play in the Lady Warrior Southern Classic Friday and Saturday at Murfreesboro's McKnight Park.

Friday at 6 p.m., the Lady Devils will be matched up with Bob Jones High (Ala.) at McKnight No. 2, followed by an 8 p.m. contest with Scott County (Ky.) at 8 p.m. on Field No. 3.

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