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Showing 14 articles from September 22, 2016.

Education

LHS band alumni gather for lunch
LHS band alumni gather for lunch
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Business

Bountiful Acres makes hand-crafted, natural products
Bountiful Acres makes hand-crafted, natural products

Sue Dickhaus is proving that natural beauty products can be both nourishing and luxurious - one delicious concoction at a time.

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Our Feathered Friends

Autumn is Here, Finally
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Autumn is Here, Finally

It looks like Summer is fixing to turn loose and let Fall take it's place. Fall is a great time of the year, but my most favorite is Spring, because of the new flowers that bloom. You can keep Winter.

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Guest Column

Youth revisited
Youth revisited

What's the worst distraction to a hard-nosed adult fisherman? It's a little boy, a tagalong son who, when he's not hung up on a log with his fishing line, wants to catch a turtle.

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General News

Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to recognize Public Lands Day
Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter to recognize Public Lands Day

In recognition of National Public Lands Day, Tennessee State Parks - including a pair of local parks - and state natural areas will host ranger-led hikes, volunteer projects and interpretive programs on Saturday.

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Clayborn's back in business
Clayborn's back in business

One of Wilson County's tastiest landmarks is under new ownership.

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Local LEOs to take 300 kids to circus
Local LEOs to take 300 kids to circus

Local law enforcement agencies have teamed up with Wilson County Masonic Lodges to make the Shrine Circus, which takes place October 13-16 in Nashville, accessible to 300 children.

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MJ mayor dunks for the dogs at Paws in the Park
MJ mayor dunks for the dogs at Paws in the Park

It's all about "paws" this weekend in Mt. Juliet.

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Nashville Zoo's Bartoo shares facts with MJ Chamber
Nashville Zoo's Bartoo shares facts with MJ Chamber

Jim Bartoo, with The Nashville Zoo, spoke on Wednesday to Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce members during their monthly luncheon, held at Rutland Place.

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Sheriff, police not OK with reducing pot penalties
Sheriff, police not OK with reducing pot penalties

Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan sat down with The Wilson Post on Wednesday and reflected on a decision made in Nashville this week to decriminalize the possession of marijuana in small amounts.

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Taste of Wilson to return to The Mill
Taste of Wilson to return to The Mill

The annual Taste of Wilson County Event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6 at The Mill in Lebanon.

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Oops, my mistake
Oops, my mistake

Our second-to-last core value in the series could quite possibly be my favorite. But since I feel like I've said that about each value, I'll narrow it down by saying it's probably my most-often committed core value. After all, to err is human.

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Elections/Politics

Bryant announces candidacy for Lebanon City Council
Bryant announces candidacy for Lebanon City Council

Marilyn Bryant has announced her candidacy for the Ward 2 alderman seat on the Lebanon city Council in the Nov. 8 Municipal Election.

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Lebanon Wilson County Chamber to host candidate forum
Lebanon Wilson County Chamber to host candidate forum

The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee will sponsor a candidate forum on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Winfree Bryant Middle School.

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