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Obituaries

Daily Obituaries: May 23, 2016

Charles Edward Capps, 70

Judith F. Hodges, 69

Robert Lewis Painter, 65

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Education

Mt. Juliet local graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin as a University Scholar
Mt. Juliet local graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin as a University Scholar
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Mt. Juliet local graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications
Mt. Juliet local graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications
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Mt. Juliet local places 2nd in the 2016 Collegiate Business Concept Pitch Contest
Mt. Juliet local places 2nd in the 2016 Collegiate Business Concept Pitch Contest
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Mt. Juliet local recieves Patricia B. Lebkuecher Award at Volunteer State Community College
Mt. Juliet local recieves Patricia B. Lebkuecher Award at Volunteer State Community College
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State Rep. Susan Lynn presents honorary proclamation to MJHS
State Rep. Susan Lynn presents honorary proclamation to MJHS
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Watertown High FFA takes national honors
Watertown High FFA takes national honors
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Winfree Bryant Middle School students recognized at the Duke TIP state award ceremony
Winfree Bryant Middle School students recognized at the Duke TIP state award ceremony
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Column

Parting the Canebrakes
Parting the Canebrakes
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What to do in Antigua
What to do in Antigua
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General News

Bates Ford Talent Search contestants announced
Bates Ford Talent Search contestants announced
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LPD investigating infant death
LPD investigating infant death

Lebanon Police are investigating the death of an infant.

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TXR, Gladeville get green light; Southside, Watertown to wait
TXR, Gladeville get green light; Southside, Watertown to wait

The expansion and renovation of Tuckers Crossroads and Gladeville schools got the green light from the Wilson County School Board at a special-called meeting Sunday afternoon - while similar projects at Watertown and Southside schools were put on hold.

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