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Showing 12 articles from December 14, 2016.

Obituaries

Curtis E. Brooks
Curtis E. Brooks
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Pauline
Pauline "Polly" Harden
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Raymond Edward Webber
Raymond Edward Webber
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John Sloan - Outdoors

The plain facts about camo, scent & clowns

Thinking about buying some camouflage or scent killer "stuff" for Christmas? Or maybe something way out of the box. Give this some thought.

Ninety-five percent of the hunting camo made today, is made to fool human eyes. Three-percent, is designed to be drapes, curtains or seat covers.

The remainder, is designed to fool animal eyes. Animals do not see as human see. Most of the animals we are trying to fool, have diurnal vision.

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General Lifestyle

Last-minute gift ideas made in Wilson County
Last-minute gift ideas made in Wilson County

Only 10 more shopping days 'til Christmas.

You're likely just about done. OK, maybe not.

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General News

Car strikes building in West Wilson
Car strikes building in West Wilson

Reports stated that the driver of a gold Corolla ran off the road to the right, possibly being airborne, before colliding into the carport post as a local tattoo shop identified as Roxiefox at 8023 Lebanon Road.

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Mt. Juliet BPAC to host Christmas lights walk
Mt. Juliet BPAC to host Christmas lights walk

For the second straight year, the Mt. Juliet Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) will host a walking tour to view the city's Christmas lights on Monday, Dec. 19.

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RTA to run NYE excursion train
RTA to run NYE excursion train

For the fourth straight year, the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) will operate a special Music City Star excursion train to Nashville's New Year's Eve celebration on Saturday, Dec. 31.

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Trish Mundy remembers slain police husband
Trish Mundy remembers slain police husband

Time stood still that day for Mt. Juliet. But, so many people remember the day, like yesterday. It was July 9, 2003

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General Sports

CU HOOPS -- Phoenix visit Bethel tonight
Graham
CU HOOPS -- Phoenix visit Bethel tonight

Men stand 5-5 on the season
The Cumberland men's basketball team will be in McKenzie tonight, taking on Bethel College at the Crisp Arena.

Coach Lonnie Thompson's Phoenix improved to 5-5 on the season following Saturday's 89-74 victory over Martin Methodist at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.

Jamonte Graham posted a season high 22 points, while three other players scored double-figures.

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ARCHERY -- CU adds new sport
Hudson
ARCHERY -- CU adds new sport

MJ's Mike Hudson to coach team
Cumberland University Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced the addition of archery to the list of sports offered by the institution for the 2017-18 academic year and the hiring of Mt. Juliet resident Mike Hudson as the coach for the co-ed team.

Hudson is a Level 4 certified archery instructor trained by US Olympic coach Kisik Lee as well as USA Archery Development coaches Ginger Hopwood and Tim Strickland.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Sandra Harville

Sandra Harville has some life lessons to share.

It's the small things in life that are the most important. A simple act of giving does more than you know. Find out about your family and loved ones while they are still living.

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