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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: April 15, 2016

Leann Mercy Benedict, 70

Myrna Bruce Reese, 76

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Our Feathered Friends

Not Yet Spring
Chipping Sparrow Photo by Teresa Botts
Not Yet Spring

It seems as if winter doesn't want to relinquish it's hold on the seasons. Last night there were freeze warnings for our neck of the woods. I am planning on planting a butterfly garden in the front yard.

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General News

Wilson County 911 director resigns
Wilson County 911 director resigns

In a bold move and effective immediately, Wilson County 911 Center Director J.R. Kelley resigned his position after what he said were three denied requests by the 911 Center Board to discuss the possibility of switching the county's current 911 call procedure to a "direct system" he said could shave valuable time off response times in this county.

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General Sports

BASEBALL - Andrews inks with Lee
Chase Andrews
BASEBALL - Andrews inks with Lee

Blue Devil catcher
Lebanon High senior Chase Andrews signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent Friday, April 15 to continue his education and athletic career at Lee University in Cleveland.

An NCAA Division II institution, the Flames are a member of the Gulf South Conference and presently stand 24-14 on the season.

A two-year starter for the Blue Devils, Andrews has caught, played first base and pitched for LHS.

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Softball -- MJCA 9, RBS 7
Caitlyn Smith
Softball -- MJCA 9, RBS 7

Smith helps her own cause
MT. JULIET -- Sophomore pitcher Caitlyn Smith helped her own cause with a pair of extra base hits and two RBI in Thursday's 9-7 home win over Red Boiling Springs.

Down 5-1 headed into the bottom of the fourth, the Lady Saints scrated out four runs to tie the game, then took the lead for good with three in the bottom of the seventh.

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Thursday's prep scoreboard
Nagelhout
Thursday's prep scoreboard

Lebanon 12, Beech 11
LEBANON -- Down 11-3 in the fourth inning, Lebanon staged a stirring comeback and downed Beech 12-11 Thursday in a District 9-AAA contest.
Brianna Nagelhout's grandslam homer in the fifth tied the game at 11-all.
Anna Bennett ripped a solo shot off the scoreboard in the bottom for the sixth for the eventual game winner.
Anna Smallwood went the distance for the pitching decision.

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Sports Council honors academic athletes
Sports Council honors academic athletes
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