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General News

TWRA investigates MJ cougar sighting

A wildlife manager investigated a recent report of a cougar sighting in Mt. Juliet and said the cat sighted very likely was not a cougar.

The week before Christmas Wendy House, who lives off Saundersville Ferry near Old Hickory Lake, saw what she was convinced was a small cougar. She saw the cat in a field near her back yard and said, "It was huge...way larger than a large domestic cat. It had the look, and muscles and movement."

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General Sports

CLASS 2A ALL-STATE FOOTBALL
CLASS 2A ALL-STATE FOOTBALL

Watertown duo earns honors
A pair of Watertown High football players have been named to the prestigious Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 2A all-state team.

Two-way standout Rusty Staats was voted in as an offensive lineman while record-setting quarterback Seth Price was one of two signal callers named to the postseason team.

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Dec. 28 boys' basketball
Dec. 28 boys' basketball

Mt. Juliet 54, M.L. King 52
NASHVILLE -- J.R. Sanders connected on a 15-footer at the buzzer, lifting Mt. Juliet to a 54-52 win over Nashville's Martin Luther King, Jr. Magnet in Wednesday's consolation round of the Willie Brown Memorial Tournament at Father Ryan High.

The Golden Bears improved to 8-7 with the victory, headed into a Thursday afternoon fifth place game.

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Dec. 28 girls' basketball reports
Dec. 28 girls' basketball reports

Lebanon 78, Hickman Co. 8
CENTERVILLE -- Utilizing a smothering full court press, Lebanon jumped out to a 24-0 lead and never slowed down in Wednesday's 78-8 victory over host Hickman County at the Above The Rim Invitational.
The Devilettes (8-6) moved ahead 41-2 at intermission.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Candace Reed
Woman of Wilson: Candace Reed

Love and marriage brought Candace Reed to Wilson County.

It is in Lebanon where the Silver Point native re-planted her roots and currently excels as an educator at both Southside and Tuckers Crossroads elementary schools.

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