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Obituaries

Doug Jones
Doug Jones
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Elizabeth E. Felts
Elizabeth E. Felts
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Gearldean Nave (Sisco)
Gearldean Nave (Sisco)
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Joan Warren Mullinax
Joan Warren Mullinax
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Mary Elizabeth Jackson
Mary Elizabeth Jackson
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General News

Biz owners plead to change their tattoo business location from 'adult entertainment' zoning

The owners of Division Street Tattoo Company are not allowed to open their parlor in the heart of Mt. Juliet because under the current zoning, tattoo parlors are categorized as "adult entertainment" and disallowed in their location at the corner of Division Street and North Mt. Juliet Road.

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Congressman Black talks boldness, budget and family
Congressman Black talks boldness, budget and family

If Congressman Diane Black had a word of encouragement for folks - particularly women - it would be: Be bold.

"When they feel called to do something, even though it is scary, they should move forward. Women many times have to be asked to run for office or seek a higher level in their career. The confidence of being bold will result in something enriching to them," she said in an exclusive interview with The Wilson Post.

Black was in Nashville on Tuesday to serve as guest speaker during the First Tuesday meeting. First Tuesday is a group made up of Republican party supporters who are interested in what is going on in the community. They meet the first Tuesday of every month at Waller Law Group.

When it comes to being bold - she is not only talking the talk - she's walked the walk, so-to-speak. During her address, Black noted that she is originally from Massachusetts and spent the first several years of her life living in public housing. Her family was not wealthy, but she pursued her dreams thanks to encouragement from a high school counselor.

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Gov. Haslam touts grocery tax cut in Mt. Juliet
Gov. Haslam touts grocery tax cut in Mt. Juliet

Gov. Bill Haslam chose a local mom and pop meat and produce market in Mt. Juliet to laud the new food tax reduction that took effect last Saturday as part of the IMPROVE Act.

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Summer reading wrap-up
Summer reading wrap-up

The Lebanon-Wilson Public Library hosted an end of summer party on Tuesday.

The event was open to kids who participated in their annual Summer Reading Program and featured a bounce house, inflatable water slide, splash pool and free snacks for those in attendance.

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Thieves hit deposit boxes at Lebanon apartments
Thieves hit deposit boxes at Lebanon apartments

Wilson County Sheriff Office officials say there's an uptick in local thefts related to drug addiction.

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center to operate local Walgreens clinic
Vanderbilt University Medical Center to operate local Walgreens clinic

Walgreens and Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) announced today that a VUMC subsidiary will operate and provide all clinical services at 14 retail health clinics within Middle Tennessee Walgreens stores, including the store located at 1303 West Main Street in Lebanon.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Jana McCullough
Woman of Wilson: Jana McCullough

In 2011 Jana McCullough picked up a rather sweet hobby - beekeeping - which has allowed her to provide friends and family with delicious, local honey in both her native and adoptive states.

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