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General News

E-911 district will issue property numbers

Wilson County Emergency Communications District has been given authority from the legislative bodies of Wilson County, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown to issue all property numbers, or addresses, within their jurisdictions, effective today.

This basically puts all the government entities under the same interlocal agreement. The cities and the county will remain for naming the streets. They have nothing to do with the numbering, Wilson County 911 Director J.R. Kelly said.

Exploring Medicare options meeting Oct. 25

A team of BlueCross Medicare Advocates will hold a community meeting in Lebanon on at 10 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Jimmy Floyd Family Center, 500 North Castle Heights Ave., to help beneficiaries and their loved ones find out more about Medicare options available to them.

A salesperson will be present with applications and information about Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement plans.

For more information about Medicare Advantage and drug coverage or to reserve a spot at the meeting, contact a BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee representative at 1-866-902-0684 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., seven days a week (TTY/TDD users should call 877-664-6422).Persons with special needs should request accommodations in advance.

Over 13,000 cast early ballots

The Wilson Post

Early voting has increased each day since it began on Oct. 17, and officials with Wilson County Election Commission said they hope it continues.

Tammy Smith, assistant administrator of elections for the Election Commission, said 13,122 voters had cast ballots early since this past Wednesday. On Oct. 17, there were 2,210 early votes cast.

By Monday, 10,865 voters had visited early voting sites in total. Smith said 2,257 people had voted as of 5 p.m., Tuesday.


General Sports

FCS v. Boyd-Buchanan Thursday

MURFREESBORO -- Friendship Christian's Lady Commander volleyball team will play in the finals of the winners' bracket of the Class 1A tournament Thursday after winning two straight matches Wednesday at MTSU's Murphy Center.

Coach Randy Alley's team, now 55-4 overall, defeated a youthful Concord Christian team from the outskirts of Knoxville 3-0 in the second round. Game scores: 25-22, 25-15 and 25-14.

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