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Education

Clay takes first steps toward dreams at ALC
Clay takes first steps toward dreams at ALC

Alexander Clay III is a young man with a dream. He wants to make and act in family friendly movies. To achieve his goal, he started planning ahead.

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Lebanon student to star in FHU fall musical
Lebanon student to star in FHU fall musical

Lebanon's Braden Miller, a freshman theatre and education major at Freed-Hardeman University (FHU) in Henderson, is set to make his collegiate theatre debut on Thursday, Oct. 13 as Schroder in the university's fall production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown."

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Southside Jr. Beta member qualify for national convention
Southside Jr. Beta member qualify for national convention

Jr. Beta Club officers from Southside Elementary recently presented a service project at the Beta Leadership Summit in Sevierville and qualified for the national convention. Their service project is called the New Student Welcome Committee and will see Jr. Beta members personally greet and deliver welcome kits to new students each Friday. At the end of every nine weeks, the club will host a New Southside Family Night for parents to meet with counselors and/or administrators while new students participate in team-building activities with Jr. Beta members, according to SEEK Instructor Angie Pulley. Pictured, from left: Brooke Turner, Cassie Bowman, Joplin Miller, Kyle Pulley and Alivia Hartz. SUBMITTED

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Guest Column

Endurance Test
Endurance Test

What is the best way to try to kill yourself on a hot September day? It may be to bike to Norene and back from Cedars of Lebanon State Park.

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Calendar

Calendar- Oct. 7, 2016
Calendar- Oct. 7, 2016

Community calendar for Oct. 7, 2016.

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General News

MJ seniors need space, says active member and volunteer
MJ seniors need space, says active member and volunteer

Edna Elam invited a friend to the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center, but the friend never showed up. She couldn't find it. As many times as she drove back and forth on Mt. Juliet Road, passing the center each time, her friend said she never saw it.

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National Night Out at Don Fox Park
National Night Out at Don Fox Park

National Night Out was held at Lebanon's Don Fox Park Wednesday, Oct. 5.

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Wilson Election Commission announces extended hours

With the deadline to register to vote just a few days away, the Wilson County Election Commission has announced extended hours to help ensure eligible voters are registered.

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Wilson Election Commission announces extended hours

With the deadline to register to vote just a few days away, the Wilson County Election Commission has announced extended hours to help ensure eligible voters are registered.

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General Sports

100 years ago -- 222-0
100 years ago -- 222-0

222-0 -- A score that lives in infamy
As years go, 1916 was pretty eventful. The Boy Scouts of America came into being, the Chicago Cubs played their first game at a ballpark that would become Wrigley Field, the National Park Service was created and Georgia Tech scored a 222-0 victory over Cumberland in college football.

Friday, Oct. 7 marks the 100th anniversary of the ill-fated contest in Atlanta.

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Elections/Politics

Reese announces candidacy for Ward 2
Reese announces candidacy for Ward 2

Liz Reese recently announced her candidacy for Lebanon Ward 2 City Council Member.

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Remember When...

Remember When- Oct. 7, 2016
Remember When- Oct. 7, 2016

Back on Oct. 7, 1916 this spirited group of Cumberland University students took the train to Atlanta to fulfill a contractual obligation with the Georgia Tech football program. The result was the worst loss in the recorded history of college football 222-0. The sport was dropped at Cumberland in 1906, resumed in 1912, dropped in 1915, and resumed briefly in 1916 when the memorable 222-0 game with Georgia Tech was one of a handful of games played.

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