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Showing 9 articles from September 7, 2016.

Obituaries

Carl Robert Schmaedig
Carl Robert Schmaedig
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Ernest B. (Burt) Palmer, Jr.
Ernest B. (Burt) Palmer, Jr.
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Ernest F. Anderson
Ernest F. Anderson
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Business

Panattoni to ink $44.7 million Superspeedway deal
Panattoni to ink $44.7 million Superspeedway deal

Panattoni Development Company is under contract to ink a $44.7 million deal to purchase Nashville Superspeedway's 1,400-acre site in Wilson County.

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General Lifestyle

Super Picker
Super Picker

Sequestered in the midst of Lebanon, Tennessee, lies hidden perhaps the most fabulous antique store in America, and not one lick of it is for sale.

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General News

Southern STARRS calls for volunteers
Southern STARRS calls for volunteers

Therapeutic horseback riding classes for special needs children, adults and veterans is set to begin on Saturday, Sept. 17 as part of the Southern STARRS riding program's fall classes.

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WCSO Lt. Harrison to be remembered at Sherry's Run
WCSO Lt. Harrison to be remembered at Sherry's Run

Wilson County Sheriff's Office Lt. Bob Harrison was a man who dedicated half of his life to serving his neighbors through law enforcement. Though he was a highly decorated officer, he was best known for his kind spirit and incomparable sense of humor.

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General Sports

GOLF -- MJ sweeps Challenge Cup
GOLF -- MJ sweeps Challenge Cup

Tuesday at Five Oaks
LEBANON -- A sudden death playoff added a little drama to the sixth annual Wilson County Challenge Cup golf tournament held Tuesday, Sept. 6 at Lebanon's Five Oaks Golf & Country Club. Wilson Bank & Trust and Under Armour were tournament sponsors.

Mt. Juliet's girls needed two extra holes to break a tie at 180 with White House Heritage, giving MJHS a sweep of the team competition.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Tracy Dowell
Woman of Wilson: Tracy Dowell

Lebanon native Tracy Dowell spent 10 years working in the medical field before deciding to pursue her dream of becoming an educator.

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