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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: March 29, 2016

Angela Harris Bryant, 50

Henry Franklin Sipe, 82

Howard Stephen "Steve" Shaffer, 69

Carolyn McDaniel Tribble, 76

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Telling Tales

Ralphie and the Art of Living Filter-Free
Ralphie and the Art of Living Filter-Free

Last week while grocery shopping with my dad, we ran into someone my parents first met at least four decades earlier. Dad didn't remember her but, to be fair, unless you've wronged him or his family in some way, you're a stranger. His son's favorite elementary school teacher, "Sorry, not ringing a bell." The kid who pulled his daughter's hair in fourth grade, "I remember that little bastard."

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General Lifestyle

Baby Jaxon Aiden James Liddle
Baby Jaxon Aiden James Liddle

Mikaela Rogers and Taylon Liddle of Lebanon are the proud parents of Jaxon Aiden James Liddle. The baby boy was born March 17, 2016 at Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon. He weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce and was 18 inches long at birth.

Grandparents are Angela and Michael Rogers and Cheryl Jones, all of Lebanon, and the late Jeffrey Liddle.

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Easter Egg hunt brings out the best
Easter Egg hunt brings out the best

Tristen Harrison and his family participated in the 7-8 yr. old group hunt. After his hunt, where he managed to gather lots of suckers, candy and plastic eggs with toys, he was approached by another young egg hunter, Cooper Hardy. Cooper had found the "Golden" Egg" in a hunt and told his father PJ Hardy he wanted the boy in the wheelchair to have it.

Photos courtesy Kathy Fakes

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Fiddlers Grove to open April 1
Fiddlers Grove to open April 1

Fiddlers Grove will open on Friday, April 1 at 10 a.m. to kick off the 2016 season with a ribbon-cutting at 10:30 a.m.

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Watermelon Moon ripe for picking
Watermelon Moon ripe for picking

Twenty-five years ago an overpowering whim redirected Emily Steinberg-Cash to her Middle Tennessee roots. In the process of settling in a circa 1835 two-story Southern plantation house, she found her future in the past.

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Guest Column

Simply Saluting: Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce
Simply Saluting: Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce

Each month CedarStone Bank "simply salutes" an influential leader in Wilson County. This month the bank is proud to recognize the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce.

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General News

Bowen speaks out on mayor, firing
Bowen speaks out on mayor, firing

Former Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen spoke out Monday for the first time following his December 2014 termination by Mayor Philip Craighead.

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Burn permits required through May 15
Burn permits required through May 15

With spring's arrival, people across the state are taking advantage of the mild weather to work around the home or farm. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry recently issued a reminder for citizens that, if they plan to burn outdoors, a burn permit is required.

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Christoffersen new Mt. Juliet city judge
Christoffersen new Mt. Juliet city judge

Mt. Juliet's first female city judge was appointed Monday night.

Long-time local attorney and community advocate Carolyn Christoffersen will replace Andy Wright, who conducted court nearly six years. He recently turned in his resignation.

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Herzlichen Glueckwunsch!
Herzlichen Glueckwunsch!

German language students at Mt. Juliet High School had stellar scores at both state and national levels recently. One student, Robert Hamm, just this week found out he's a contender for a free trip to Germany.

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RTA board elects new officers, Hutto re-elected vice chair
RTA board elects new officers, Hutto re-elected vice chair

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan has been re-elected chair and Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto re-elected vice chair of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Board of Directors for 2016-17. Rutherford County Governor's Appointee Paula Mansfield will continue to serve as secretary of the 38-member board.

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Students encouraged to apply for Chamber scholarships
Students encouraged to apply for Chamber scholarships

The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce's Business & Education Coalition is currently accepting scholarship applications. Qualifying students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), an essay, two letters of reference and all requested information on or before 4 p.m., April 22.

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Youth Leadership Wilson to present 'Hungry for Heroes'
Youth Leadership Wilson to present 'Hungry for Heroes'

Youth Leadership Wilson will present "Hungry for Heroes" on April 2nd and 9th.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Ommm Nom Nom
Ommm Nom Nom

There are so many over-hyped supplements and pieces of equipment that I get asked about, many of which cause me to tilt my head like a dog trying to understand what you just said. But oddly enough, I get the exact same reaction from many clients when I recommend what could be one of the most beneficial habits around.

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