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Showing 9 articles from October 18, 2016.

Education

CU announces Homecoming festivities
CU announces Homecoming festivities

Cumberland University's homecoming celebrations will be held Thursday, Oct. 20 through Saturday, Oct. 22 when the Phoenix will take to the gridiron against Campbellsville University.

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Business

Home2Suites breaks ground in MJ
Home2Suites breaks ground in MJ

Mt. Juliet's first extended-stay hotel celebrated with a groundbreaking early Friday morning.

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General Lifestyle

Wilson County's Mr. & Mrs. Softball

Lebanon's Juanita and Will Grandstaff have competed in more slow-pitch softball games than you can shake a bat at.

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Our Feathered Friends

Matthew Who?
Snowy Egret
Matthew Who?

Returning from Florida, the difference in temperatures was 20 degrees and the weather was dry. This was a huge difference where there is rain showers every day

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Guest Column

Parting the Canebrakes

As I have repeatedly told you, some stories must be told in their entirety, not just snippets of the story.

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General News

Expo Center hires GM
Expo Center hires GM

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto announced this week that a general manager has been hired for the Expo Center.

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Local plastics manufacturer sold
Local plastics manufacturer sold

SO.F.TER. Group, one of the world's largest independent thermoplastic compounders with U.S. headquarters near Highway 109 in Lebanon, announced Tuesday that it will be acquired by Dallas-based Celanese Corporation, a global technology and specialty materials company.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Vera Smith
Woman of Wilson: Vera Smith

Mt. Juliet's Vera Smith had a soft spot in her heart for helping others long before she, with a group of dedicated volunteers, founded Cure for Our Friends to aid locals affected by Cystic Fibrosis.

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Government

'Emotions should be removed from decision-making'
'Emotions should be removed from decision-making'

Editor's Note: This article was edited on Oct. 27 to clarify language attributed to Larry Hubbard, member of the Lebanon Planning Commission.

One current member of the Lebanon Planning Commission said that emotions need to be removed from decision-making on the city's planning board.

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