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Obituaries

Kenneth Lee Reynolds
Kenneth Lee Reynolds
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Roy L. Gregory
Roy L. Gregory
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Legal Notices

Public Notices April 19, 2017
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Public Notices Week of April 14, 2017
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Public Notices Week of April 7, 2017
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Our Feathered Friends

Ah, Migration At Last
Female Grosbeak
Ah, Migration At Last

What a difference one week can make weather wise. Last weeks we had flash flood warnings while this week we were headed back to a normal spring time weather. The only rain was in the forecast for later in the week.

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General News

 Preacher's rant against Planned Parenthood stirs backlash
Preacher's rant against Planned Parenthood stirs backlash

Though Planned Parenthood supporters slammed controversial Mt. Juliet pastor Greg Locke after his pro-life Facebook live streamed "rant" two months ago, he said he's not fazed a bit, and will reinforce his message with an upcoming fundraiser to garner money for four pregnancy crisis centers.

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Nashville Jam Company café announces new owners
Nashville Jam Company café announces new owners

The founders of the ultra popular Nashville Jam Company restaurant in near Mt. Juliet announced Thursday they've sold their restaurant and will concentrate now on family and their even more successful jam business.

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Performance dedicated to Lawrence McKinney
Performance dedicated to Lawrence McKinney

"Art imitates life," Centerstage Theatre Company co-owner Mitchell Vantrease told The Wilson Post.

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Raising awareness and empathy
Raising awareness and empathy

Friendship Christian fifth-grader Alex Johnson has been in a wheelchair for the last five years. He said it is a much different experience than most would assume.

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General Sports

SOCCER -- Grow inks with Motlow
Grow
SOCCER -- Grow inks with Motlow

LHS soccer standout
LEBANON -- Shelby Grow, a 2017 senior at Lebanon High, signed scholarship papers Friday, May 8 with Motlow State Community College in Lynchburg.

Grow, the daughter of Matthew and Tammy Grow, will be a member of the inaugural soccer team at Motlow State, the first JUCO soccer team in the state of Tennessee.

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