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Ash marks first day with veto

Less than 24 hours after being sworn into office, Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash vetoed plans for a $5 million park planned for the city's west side.

Gatlinburg fires affect local cabin owners

Two ends of the spectrum, but both men are equally grateful. Mt. Juliet Commissioner Brian Abston and Lebanon's Troy Putman both own cabins in the affected areas. One lost much, the other forever grateful his was spared.

Lebanon Christmas on the Square set

The Lebanon Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Lebanon and Historic Lebanon will be hosting Christmas on the Square Saturday afternoon. The event, which is from 3 until 7 p.m., will feature live music of the...

General News

Red Cross blood drives set for Monday

Red Cross blood drives set for Monday

The American Red Cross' annual Holiday Hero blood drives are set to be held throughout the region in the coming weeks, including a pair of mobile blood drives to take place in Lebanon on Monday.

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Christmas for All making kids smile for years

Christmas for All making kids smile for years

Non-profit organization Christmas for All is getting ready to provide holiday gifts to more than 2,000 kids in Lebanon and Watertown.

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MJ Eagle Scout park open for action

MJ Eagle Scout park open for action

Aimee was a whiz on her scooter Saturday afternoon and little brother Wilson kept up with her as best he could on his trike. Wilson, 3, even showed off and went backwards.

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Altman, Aprima donate to MJ Animal Shelter

Altman, Aprima donate to MJ Animal Shelter

Dr. Brad Altman of Aprima, Consultants in Eye Health, in Mt. Juliet recently dropped off a donation of dog and puppy food at the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter. Altman is seen, from left, with the shelter's volunteer coordinator Karen Franklin, Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Director Dawn Ambrose and Abby, a pit bull mix. The shelter's Christmas gift wish list includes clumping cat litter, paper towels and dog food. SUBMITTED

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General Sports

FRIDAY BOYS' HOOPS -- Devils host WC 'Cats

Hastings
Hastings

8-0 Watertown visits Monterey
Lebanon High's Blue Devils will host cross-county rival Wilson Central tonight in a District 9-AAA contest at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium.
The Blue Devils come in 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the district after holding off Hendersonville High 56-45 Tuesday.
Lebanon overcame a tough night at the free throw line and won for the second consecutive outing since a loss to Siegel in the State Farm Thanksgiving Classic.

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FRIDAY GIRLS' HOOPS - LHS hosts Central

WC's Elrod
WC's Elrod

MJHS plays at Portland
Still smarting from Tuesday's 51-49 loss at Hendersonville, Lebanon High's Devilettes will host District 9-AAA leader Wilson Central tonight.
Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. at Lebanon's Campbell Brandon Gymnasium.
Hendersonville trailed 27-16 at intermission, but whittled away at the margin and tied the game at 38-all headed into the fourth quarter.

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THURSDAY HOOPS - MJCA splits at PCA

THURSDAY HOOPS - MJCA splits at PCA

MURFREESBORO -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy split a pair of Thursday, Dec. 8 games at Providence Christian.
The Lady Saints dropped to 3-4 on the season following a 50-19 loss in the opener.
MJCA fell behind 12-2 and never recovered.

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BOWLING -- Lady Devils now 17-0

BOWLING -- Lady Devils now 17-0

LHS moves to district semifinals
Lebanon High's girls bowling team improved to 17-0 on the season following Tuesday's 25-2 victory over Gallatin in the quarterfinals of the District 12 tournament at Pro Bowl West.

The Lady Devils advance to the district semifinals Thursday, Dec. 8 -- again at Pro Bowl West.

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