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General News

Lebanon launches South Hartmann planning study
Lebanon launches South Hartmann planning study

The City of Lebanon and Ragan-Smith Associates Inc. have begun a planning study to "strengthen and enhance" South Hartmann Drive, according to a news release issued by the city Tuesday.

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WCS require immunization boosters to enter middle school
WCS require immunization boosters to enter middle school

Wilson County Schools in January sent out letters to all the district's fifth and sixth grade parents to say their children could not go on to middle school without two important booster shots.

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WEATHER UPDATE -- No injuries reported
WEATHER UPDATE -- No injuries reported

Storm rolls through Watertown
As of 9:33 a.m. Wednesday, no injuries have been reported have been reported as heavy rains and high wins rolled through the northern edges of Watertown.

Power and phone lines are out in several sections of the city with damage to fencing, power and phone lines being reported.

Fencing around the tennis courts at Watertown High are damaged, trees have been uprooted on Neal Road and a shed overturned.

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General Sports

REGION 4-A HOOPS -- Tigers eliminated
Seth Price
REGION 4-A HOOPS -- Tigers eliminated

Monterey wins in final seconds
WATERTOWN -- After a heart-breaking loss to Jackson County in the consolation game of last week's District 7-A tournament, upstart Monterey bounced back Saturday night to knock off No. 1-seed Watertown 63-61 in the Region 4-A quarterfinals.

The Wildcats (15-19) closed out the season Tuesday night with a 54-50 loss to Pickett County in the region semifinals Tuesday evening.

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CU BASEBALL -- Weather forces changes
CU BASEBALL -- Weather forces changes
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REGION 5-AAA HOOPS -- Sanders leads MJ to win
REGION 5-AAA HOOPS -- Sanders leads MJ to win
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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Dr. Tonia Porter
Woman of Wilson: Dr. Tonia Porter

It was in 2009 that husband and wife, Drs. Chad and Tonia Porter, decided to share their professional lives together as well. Porter Family Dentistry in Lebanon was born.

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