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Obituaries

Kimberly Ann
Kimberly Ann "Mama Kim" Woodard
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Marion Edith
Marion Edith "Moe" Moeller
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Mary Agnes Goodman
Mary Agnes Goodman
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General News

School board leaves Fall Break for 2017-2018
School board leaves Fall Break for 2017-2018

For those Wilson County School system parents who love their usual fall and spring breaks, it's smooth sailing next calendar year. But there are changes afoot with a possible reshuffle of the break schedule come the 2018-2019 school year.

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General Sports

LOCAL CROSS COUNTRY --
LOCAL CROSS COUNTRY --

Lebanon's Kawasaki wins Beech Invite
SHACKLE ISLAND -- Lebanon High junior Caleb Kawasaki brought home first place honors Saturday in the Beech Invitational Cross Country Meet -- hosted by Beech High School.
Kawasaki finished the course in a time of 16:56. Along with an eighth place finish by Ethan Njezic, who ran an 18:10, the Blue Devils placed two runners in the top ten -- good enough to earn second place behind meet winner Franklin High.
Two LHS runners broke into the top 20 as Jacob Andrews placed 16th with a time of 18:41 and Noah Chance finished 17th at 18:42.

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Local prep volleyball updates
Local prep volleyball updates

FCS downs Davidson Academy
NASHVILLE -- Friendship Christian's volleyball team improved to 13-8 on the season following Monday's 3-1 victory at Davidson Academy.
Game scores: 25-9, 25-20, 24-26 and 25-20.
Alycia Long led the attack with 12 kills and four blocks while Bayley West contributed 11 kills, a pair of service aces and a block.
Morgan Vallett chipped in with 11 kills, six digs and three aces.
Cameron Burton finished with 24 assists and 10 digs. Libby Nave recorded 22 digs, four assits and a block; Kendall Tipton had nine kills, two digs and a block.
FCS hosts a pair of matches this week at the Bay Family Sportsplex -- taking on St. Cecilia Academy Wednesday, Sept. 14 and Battle Ground Academy Thursday, Sept. 15.

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