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Legal Notices

Public Notices Week of August 10, 2016
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Public Notices Week of August 12, 2016
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Education

Murray receives national academic honor
Murray receives national academic honor
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Business

Dynamic Therapy Center invites community to groundbreaking
Dynamic Therapy Center invites community to groundbreaking
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F&M names Fleming bank manager
F&M names Fleming bank manager
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First Freedom Bank books from birth
First Freedom Bank books from birth
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Magazine ranks WB&T among nation's 10 best
Magazine ranks WB&T among nation's 10 best
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Wilson Bank & Trust unveils renovated office at Lebanon Wal-Mart
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Telling Tales

The Moms who raise you
The Moms who raise you
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General Lifestyle

Brush Creek's Man of Stone
Brush Creek's Man of Stone
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Column

Gov. Bill Haslam's Monthly Column
Gov. Bill Haslam's Monthly Column
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Luca B. and Me
Luca B. and Me
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Monarch butterfly comes home?
Monarch butterfly comes home?
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General News

Brinkman appointed to TNCPE Board of Examiners
Brinkman appointed to TNCPE Board of Examiners
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CRIME -- Woods gets 60 years
Woods
CRIME -- Woods gets 60 years

Eighth felony drug charge
LEBANON -- A drug dealer convicted of eight prior drug-related felonies was sentenced to 60 years in prison Monday, Aug. 15 in Wilson County Circuit Court.

James Kevin Woods, 35, of Lebanon, was sentenced on three charges of selling Schedule II narcotics (cocaine), two of those charges resulted in consecutive 20-year sentences with one concurrent 20-year sentence, he will serve up to 40 years in the penitentiary.

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Local pediatrician to be honored at Sherry's Run
Local pediatrician to be honored at Sherry's Run
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Sounds mascot empowers kids at camp
Sounds mascot empowers kids at camp
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The blessings of being healthy
The blessings of being healthy
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General Sports

CU FOOTBALL -- Opener set Aug. 25
Derek Minor
CU FOOTBALL -- Opener set Aug. 25

Phoenix to celebrate Faith & Family Night
Cumberland University will host Faith and Family Night for its season-opening football game on Thursday, August 25, inviting area youth groups for a free Derek Minor concert as well as testimony from former Tennessee Titan Dave Ball before the Phoenix take on Lindsey Wilson at 7 p.m. at Nokes-Lasater Field.

With the help of Immanual Baptist Church, Minor will perform a concert beginning at 6 p.m. on the east side (visitor) of the stadium.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Ogres are like onions
Ogres are like onions
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