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Long Tine Coming #400

It's hard to believe that I have reached a slight milestone in my bird articles. This one is number 400 and I certainly hope to make it for several more years, good Lord willing. It's not easy coming up with things to write a...

Court backs city in MJ Starbucks dispute

"We won!" were the words of a Mt. Juliet city commissioner after a court ruling by judge C.K. Smith on Friday that said a city-issued work stoppage order on a South Mt. Juliet Starbucks strip mall will be upheld.

  

 

Blue Devils earn 9-AAA soccer honors
Blue Devils earn 9-AAA soccer honors
White

White earns goalie award
Four members of the Lebanon High School soccer team were named All-District 9-AAA.

From left: Luis Alvarez, Joe Whitefield, Fredy Luna and Logan White.

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CAMPS -- CU offers 4 baseball camps
CAMPS -- CU offers 4 baseball camps
Woody Hunt

Sessions start June 6
LEBANON -- Four different Cumberland University baseball camps will take place this summer beginning June 6 on the CU campus and running until the end of the month.

Cumberland hosts two sessions of Hitting Camp, both from June 6-9. The morning session (9 a.m.-noon each day) is for ages 6-9 while the afternoon session (1-4 p.m.) will offer instruction to ages 10-12. The camp emphasizes techniques of hitting and instructors will use teaching devices to demonstrate proper hitting mechanics. Cost is $100 per camper for each session

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DECATHLON -- Earps places 9th
DECATHLON -- Earps places 9th
Earps

MURFREESBORO -- Lebanon High senior Will Earps finished in ninth place in the Class AAA decathlon Tuesday, held at Middle Tennessee State's Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium.

Earps won the final event of the competition, the 1,500 meters, in a time of 4:46.51 Earlier in the day he placed third in the shot put with a heave of 38 feet, three-quarters inches.

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SOFTBALL -- Friendship 7, USJ 3
SOFTBALL -- Friendship 7, USJ 3

MURFREESBORO -- Forcing the action with 11 hits, Friendship Christian took advantage of five University School of Jackson errors and came away with a 7-3 victory over the Lady Bruins Wednesday in the opening round of the Division II-A state softball tournament at Starplex.

The Lady Commanders improved to 38-7-1 with the win and moved into a second round game vs. The King's Academy Thursday.

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