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Obituaries

Cecil Allen Dunnagan
Cecil Allen Dunnagan
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Jackie Wynell Dies Weatherspoon
Jackie Wynell Dies Weatherspoon
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General Lifestyle

Easter bunny 'hovers' instead of hops this weekend
Easter bunny 'hovers' instead of hops this weekend

The Easter bunny has taken to the skies and won't hop in to delight children, but will instead 'hover' to unload tons of fun this Saturday near Wilson Central High School.

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Our Feathered Friends

Bald Eagle on Hiwassee Road
Immature Bald Eagle on Hiwassee Road
Bald Eagle on Hiwassee Road

This will probably be my last article for a while, unless Anthony Gray can write some for me. I will be having surgery this Wednesday morning at 10am to repair the tear of my rotator cuff and tear of my bicep muscle in my left shoulder. It would be great to get many prayers from all of my friends and readers.

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General News

School system's new Garden Program nurtures, gets kids in the dirt
School system's new Garden Program nurtures, gets kids in the dirt

Addison Deem loves to get her hands and the dirt and plant. This Lakeview Elementary School fourth grader meets often with her school Garden Club peers to nurture the school garden they've spent weeks planting.

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Stage is set for
Stage is set for "Notes for Nurses"

Cumberland University's Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions is pleased to announce that the annual "Notes for Nurses" fundraiser will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lebanon Municipal Airport - LoJac Hangar.

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General Sports

HOOPS -- Oliver signs with CU
Oliver
HOOPS -- Oliver signs with CU

Lebanon High senior
Cameron Oliver, one of the driving forces on Lebanon's District 9-AAA regular season and tournament championship team, signed scholarship papers Thursday morning with hometown Cumberland University.

Oliver, who alternated between the forward and wing positions, was the MVP of the District 9-AAA tournament and was voted the team's "True Blue Award" during the postseason banquet.

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