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Showing 5 articles from March 9, 2009.

General Lifestyle

Curves to participate in 11th Annual Food Drive

During the month of March, Curves of Lebanon will participate in the 11th Annual Curves Food Drive to benefit local food banks.

Collectively, during the past five years, nearly 50 million pounds of food were distributed to local communities all over the world through the Curves Food Drive. 

Keep TN Beautiful visits Lebanon, area schools

The Wilson Post

Catching littering drivers can help Lebanon be more beautiful and add revenue to the city or county general fund as well, said an official with a state beautification organization.

Keep TN Beautiful (KTnB) Community Development Specialist Howard Cobbs told people how they can help at a recent Lebanon Beautification event.


General News

Additional charge filed against Lebanon woman

Julie Hardin

From Post staff reports

A Lebanon woman was arrested Monday by Metro Nashville Police and charged with attempted child abuse, a felony.

Julie Ann Hardin of Callis Road, Lebanon, was arrested Feb. 19 by Nashville Police, suspected of tampering with her 4-year-old son’s IV in an attempt to harm the child. She was charged then with felony aggravated assault.


Marijuana, weapons, cash seized in drug arrest

The Wilson Post

A Lebanon man was arrested Sunday night and is expected to face charges after authorities discovered close to 50 pounds of marijuana, weapons including an assault rifle and more than $10,000 in cash.

Arrested was Vance Clemmons, 22, of 229 East Old LaGuardo Road, Lebanon.

Wilson County Sheriff Terry Ashe said authorities served a search warrant and at the residence where they reportedly found about 50 pounds of marijuana, an SKS assault rifle, two handguns and $10,207 in cash.

Clemmons, said Det. Jeremy Reich, has a juvenile record.

“He’s somebody known to us,” Ashe added.

Parents sue Wilson County Schools

Group claims Lakeview trying to ban God

The Wilson Post

A group of parents are suing Wilson County Schools claiming the schools are trying to take God out of the school.

The parents of one child sued the school system in 2006 for promoting religion when a group called Praying Parents was allowed to meet at the school.

In that case, U.S. District Judge Robert L. Echols ruled in 2007 the school, Lakeview Elementary, had given preferred treatment to the group, and ordered the board to pay $171,000, for the family’s legal fees.

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