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Education

Watertown High names Top Ten graduates
Watertown High names Top Ten graduates

Watertown High School recently recognized the Top Ten ranked students of the Class of 2017.

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Business

TriStar Summit Medical Center earns AHA award
TriStar Summit Medical Center earns AHA award

TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite.

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General Lifestyle

Farmers' & Feasters' Friend
Farmers' & Feasters' Friend

Lisa Shively begins the interview by asking herself the first question.

"We moved here from California. How did we ever wind up here sitting on a porch in Friendship Hollow?"

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Guest Column

Wilson County, voice your opinion on effective transit
Wilson County, voice your opinion on effective transit

Less than a year ago, Middle Tennesseans had little choice but to complain about their traffic woes. And they had time to do it, too: ThinkTennessee recently reported that Nashville drivers spend nearly a full work week (33.6 hours) sitting in traffic a year, losing an average of $1,308 each year to traffic-related costs.

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Letters to the Editor

Remember our nation's health care

While many people are paying attention to the latest breaking news from the White House, we should not forget about our nation's health care situation.

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General News

Ceremony to mark Memorial Day in Wilson
Ceremony to mark Memorial Day in Wilson

Local veterans' organizations, the City of Lebanon and Wilson County will pay tribute to those lost in the line of duty on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, during a special ceremony at the Veterans Plaza in Lebanon.

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Predators Foundation donates to Empower Me
Predators Foundation donates to Empower Me

Empower Me Center was recently awarded a $1,500 grant from the Nashville Predators Foundation after applying for funds to purchase multiple pieces of recreational equipment for individuals with various disabilities.

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