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Obituaries

Mackey Bentley
Mackey Bentley
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Education

CU receives Legacy of Caring grant
CU receives Legacy of Caring grant

Cumberland University recently received a grant from Westfield Insurance Foundation with the help of Lebanon-based THW Insurance Services LLC.

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Business

Nixon, Moscardelli elected to CedarStone board
Nixon, Moscardelli elected to CedarStone board

CedarStone Financial Inc., the holding company for CedarStone Bank, recently held the annual meeting of shareholders in Lebanon, and elected two new board members: Victor K. Nixon and Michael A. Moscardelli.

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Our Feathered Friends

Memorial Day Fun
Chuck Wills Widow
Memorial Day Fun

Memorial Day weekend was a very special day for us. This was the first camping trip in our new recreational camper purchased from Cedar City R. V., which is located behind the Capitol Theater. All these years, I have always been in a tent.

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General News

A playground for the next generation
A playground for the next generation

Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash and Don Fox Park Advisory Team Chairman David Hale met at Don Fox Park last week to discussion updating one of the city's most iconic landmarks - the community playground.

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JFFC an option for city kids during wading pool repairs

Children under age 10 and their parents, who live in the City of Lebanon, will be admitted into the Jimmy Floyd Family Center free of charge this month while the popular wading pool at Don Fox Park is repaired.

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Three pedestrians hit by cars last month in MJ

A May spate of pedestrians hit by cars in Mt. Juliet is a wakeup call that bikers, walkers and motorists need a heightened awareness and partnership to share our roads.

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General Sports

CU BASEBALL -- 3 earn academic honors
CU BASEBALL -- 3 earn academic honors

Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athletes --
Cumberland baseball players Taylor Dorsey, Joseph Midgett and Sam Eichler were named 2017 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, as announced late last week during the Avista NAIA-World Series in Lewiston, Idaho.

Student-athletes must be a junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average and above to be eligible for the award.

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