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Obituaries

Betty Sue Laine
Betty Sue Laine
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Carol Ann Hanson Sharpe
Carol Ann Hanson Sharpe
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Martha Evelyn Burt
Martha Evelyn Burt
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General News

MJ home a total loss after fire
MJ home a total loss after fire

A sweeping fire destroyed a home on the 1050 block of Cedar Creek Villages Road near Mt. Juliet proper early Friday morning.

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General Sports

LOCAL FOOTBALL -- Friday, Oct. 21
LOCAL FOOTBALL -- Friday, Oct. 21

WHS, FCS face home games
Still smarting from a heartbreaking loss at The King's Academy a week ago, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy can lock up the first winning season in the history of the program tonight at Zion Christian Academy. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Holcomb Field in Columbia.

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CU rallies for 46-40 homecoming win
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CU rallies for 46-40 homecoming win

Offense generates over 600 yards
LEBANON -- Down 17 points in the early going, Kendall Johnson's three-yard TD run capped a 13-play, 91-yard drive and the Cumberland defense held one final time, preserving a 46-40 victory over Campbellsville University Saturday, Oct. 22 at Nokes-Lasater Field on Senior Day and Homecoming.

Johnson rushed 18 times for 104 yards and Austin Chaplin added 107 yards on 12 carries with two touchdowns, including scoring runs 36 and 17. Quarterback Justin Snyder added a career-best 301 yards passing and two TDs on 20-of-32 with scoring throws of 63 and 57 yards to Michael Green.

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FRIDAY OCT. 21 finals -- Bears down FHS
FRIDAY OCT. 21 finals -- Bears down FHS

MJHS wins in overtime
MT. JULIET -- Mt. Juliet took a share of first place in Region 3, 6A following a Friday, Oct. 21 42-35 overtime victory over Franklin.

QB Mason Earls ran for 94 yards and three touchdowns-- including the eventual game-winner in overtime from seven yards out. Aiden Raines added 125 yards and two TDs.

With the win, the Golden Bears improved to 7-2 overall / 5-1 in the region while the Rebels dropped to 7-2 / 5-1.

A victory Oct. 28 at McGavock would hand Mt. Juliet the undisputed region title.

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