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Showing 11 articles from March 17, 2017.

Obituaries

Ella Etta Greer
Ella Etta Greer
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Harold Reed Lannom
Harold Reed Lannom
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Richard Edward Gray
Richard Edward Gray
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Tony Lee Wilkerson Sr.
Tony Lee Wilkerson Sr.
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Business

Lebanon Jimmy John's now open
Lebanon Jimmy John's now open

A new Jimmy John's sandwich shop located at 109 Signature Place in Lebanon opened its doors earlier this week.

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Premier Orthopaedics partners with Hughston Clinic
Premier Orthopaedics partners with Hughston Clinic

The Hughston Clinic, a nationally known orthopaedic group, has announced its partnership with Lebanon's Premier Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine.

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General Lifestyle

Confederate Railroad to play Cahoot's March 24
Confederate Railroad to play Cahoot's March 24

Multi-platinum country rock group Confederate Railroad is set to perform at Cahoot's Dance Hall & Honkytonk on Friday, March 24.

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General News

Answering the cowboy call
Jennifer Burns
Answering the cowboy call

There's an unwritten oath in the cowboy world.

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Kalodimos to speak at Houses of Hope Luncheon
Kalodimos
Kalodimos to speak at Houses of Hope Luncheon

Wilson Habitat for Humanity will host its annual Houses of Hope Luncheon on Wednesday, April 5, at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon, and WSMV News Anchor Demetria Kalodimos is scheduled to serve as this year's guest speaker.

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Reward offered in lawn equipment theft
Reward offered in lawn equipment theft

The Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) has sought the public's assistance involving the investigation of a theft from a local business.

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Elections/Politics

Local Dems to elect new officers at convention
Local Dems to elect new officers at convention

The Wilson County Democratic Party will hold its biennial Reorganization Convention to elect new party leaders on Saturday, March 25, at 151 Maddox-Simpson Parkway in Lebanon. Doors open at 9 a.m. and close promptly at 10 a.m.

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