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Education

Garrett reads to Sam Houston students
Garrett reads to Sam Houston students

Wilson Post Staff Writer Sabrina Garrett read to Krissie Agee's Early Intervention Class at Sam Houston Elementary School on Friday. Bottom row, from left, Amy Gray, assistant; Kymaurious Coble, Nathan Strickland, Sharon Morales, Max Burress and Alex Gray, assistant; top row, Yareli Serrano, Radlee Johnson, Eden Wills, Addison Floyd, Sabrina Garrett, Cutter Jenkins, Jacob Will, teacher Krissie Agee and Zaniya Abercrombie. Submitted

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LSSD workshop to focus on tech and study skills
LSSD workshop to focus on tech and study skills

The Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) is set to host a workshop Thursday focused on helping parents and students better understand technology, time management and study skills.

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MJ puts a stop on new elementary sewer work
MJ puts a stop on new elementary sewer work

Sewer hookup on a new elementary school in Mt. Juliet will have to wait following city commissioners' vote Monday night to defer a resolution that would allow the work to continue.

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General Lifestyle

Birth Announcement- Baby Jesse
Birth Announcement- Baby Jesse

Megan Cooper and Josh Scruggs of Lebanon are the proud parents of Jesse Arron Michael. The baby boy was born Sept. 13, 2016 at Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon. He weighed 5 pounds 12.8 ounces and was 17.5 inches long at birth.

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Birth Announcement- Baby Shawn
Birth Announcement- Baby Shawn

Marsha Garrett and Stephen Yager of Lebanon are the proud parents of Shawn David Hunter Yager. The baby boy was born Sept. 6, 2016 at Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon. He weighed 8 pounds 12.6 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth.

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Our Feathered Friends

Cooler Weather Ahhhh
Tufted Titmouse
Cooler Weather Ahhhh

Cooler weather is on the way, according to Bree Smith with News Channel Five. My Butterfly garden has been a great success, with more visitors than I could count. Soon, we will have a frost and then everything will be gone untill next spring

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Guest Column

How many septuagenarians does it take to change a lightbulb?
How many septuagenarians does it take to change a lightbulb?

How much light do you need in a 20' x 20' room? We have a vaulted ceiling in the living room with a new remote-controlled fan. Remote control is good because otherwise you would need a long pull cord to turn it off and on. However, in addition to the fan there is a light fixture that my wife says she likes which is also remotely controlled. In the living room already, and designed from its first construction, are indirect fluorescent bulbs, a heavy two-bulb, large lighted table and three floodlights over the fireplace.

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Calendar

Community Calendar- Sept. 28
Community Calendar- Sept. 28

Calendar for Sept. 28

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General News

Artists' Alley offers something for everyone
Artists' Alley offers something for everyone

It is no secret that businesses are popping up at The Mill in Lebanon.

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Carving for a cause
Carving for a cause

Call them cut-ups for a good cause.

We're talking about veteran chainsaw sculptor Roark Phillips and rookie carver Mark Anderson, a chip off the old block.

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Former LHS football standout arrested after road rage call
Former LHS football standout arrested after road rage call

Lebanon police confiscated more than $5,000 in cash, two weapons and over two ounces of marijuana Saturday morning after responding to a road rage call on Interstate 40 near Highway 109.

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Hitting all the right 'Notes'
Hitting all the right 'Notes'

Supporters came out by the hundreds to support Cumberland University's Nursing Program on Saturday night.

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Local leaders support, honor security officers killed on duty
Local leaders support, honor security officers killed on duty

Some say when they are killed on the job protecting others, they don't make the headlines. Security and private police officers daily face the rigors of human conflict, while protecting selflessly.

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LoJac, Kodi Klip celebrate purchase
LoJac, Kodi Klip celebrate purchase

LoJac, Inc. celebrated the acquisition of Kodi Klip at Five Oaks Gold & Country Club on Monday evening.

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Pow Wow delights despite heat
Pow Wow delights despite heat

Although the temps were soaring, it didn't keep thousands from attending the 35th annual Mt. Juliet Pow Wow. The two-day event included Native American dance competition and hundreds of booths filled with authentic Native American crafts and food. Pictured are John Grey Hawk, who designed this year's commemorative Pow Wow shirts, Pow Wow organizer Cindy Yahola and her daughter Aspen, who participated in the competitions.

MAKAYLAH EVERETT and LAURIE EVERETT / The Wilson Post

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General Sports

CU HOOPS -- Women's schedule released
Coach Jeremy Lewis
CU HOOPS -- Women's schedule released

Cumberland women's basketball coach Jeremy Lewis has announced his team's 2016-17 schedule, which includes 12 home games and 12 contests against teams that played in last year's NAIA National Tournament.

http://www.gocumberlandathletics.com/wbasketball/news/2016-17/4748/womens-hoops-announces-2016-17-schedule/

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Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

I Get By (with a little help)
I Get By (with a little help)

Well, we've come to the end. Week 8 of the core values series introduces the final, and likely the most difficult, value for many of the go-getters out there. We often associate the act of achieving with personal satisfaction so we absolutely abhor the thought of asking for help. But maybe we could use a little assistance in seeing things clearly.

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Elections/Politics

Take a 'Selfie' with Trump available
Take a 'Selfie' with Trump available

The Mt. Juliet Republican Women invite the community to visit them on Saturday, Oct. 1 to take a selfie with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The event will be held from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2228 North Mt. Juliet Road. There will be music, food, ice cream and plenty of Trump campaign items. State Rep. Susan Lynn, at right, will be onsite with free yard signs and T-shirts available. Lynn is pictured in a selfie with Gina Pond. SUBMITTED

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Kristi Galligan
Woman of Wilson: Kristi Galligan

Kristi Galligan is thankful to reside in the supportive community of Wilson County.

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