Today is Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Carving for a cause

Call them cut-ups for a good cause. We're talking about veteran chainsaw sculptor Roark Phillips and rookie carver Mark Anderson, a chip off the old block.

Hitting all the right 'Notes'

Supporters came out by the hundreds to support Cumberland University's Nursing Program on Saturday night.

  
LoJac, Kodi Klip celebrate purchase
LoJac, Kodi Klip celebrate purchase

LoJac, Inc. celebrated the acquisition of Kodi Klip at Five Oaks Gold & Country Club on Monday evening.

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Local leaders support, honor security officers killed on duty
Local leaders support, honor security officers killed on duty

Some say when they are killed on the job protecting others, they don't make the headlines. Security and private police officers daily face the rigors of human conflict, while protecting selflessly.

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Artists' Alley offers something for everyone
Artists' Alley offers something for everyone

It is no secret that businesses are popping up at The Mill in Lebanon.

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Pow Wow delights despite heat
Pow Wow delights despite heat

Although the temps were soaring, it didn't keep thousands from attending the 35th annual Mt. Juliet Pow Wow. The two-day event included Native American dance competition and hundreds of booths filled with authentic Native American crafts and food. Pictured are John Grey Hawk, who designed this year's commemorative Pow Wow shirts, Pow Wow organizer Cindy Yahola and her daughter Aspen, who participated in the competitions.

MAKAYLAH EVERETT and LAURIE EVERETT / The Wilson Post

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CU HOOPS -- Women's schedule released
CU HOOPS -- Women's schedule released
Coach Jeremy Lewis

Cumberland women's basketball coach Jeremy Lewis has announced his team's 2016-17 schedule, which includes 12 home games and 12 contests against teams that played in last year's NAIA National Tournament.

http://www.gocumberlandathletics.com/wbasketball/news/2016-17/4748/womens-hoops-announces-2016-17-schedule/

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CU SOCCER -- Women ranked 16th
CU SOCCER -- Women ranked 16th

Phoenix hosts Shawnee St. Sept. 24
Cumberland moved up nine spots to No. 16 in the first regular season edition of the NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 poll, released this week by the national office.
The Phoenix head into Saturday's 12 Noon home match against Shawnee State with a 5-1-1 overall record, posting a victory over then 16th-ranked Siena Heights University and playing to a 1-1 draw with then No. 8 Martin Methodist.

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Prep Scoreboard Sept. 26
Prep Scoreboard Sept. 26

SOCCER:
MJ 4, Gallatin 0
Mt. Juliet's soccer team moved to 7-4 overall and 2-2 in District 9-AAA following Monday's 4-0 victory over Gallatin.
Maya Bender, Britt Ellmore, Ally Cole and Brooklynn Butler all scored goals for the Lady Bears.
Assists came from Bella Agee, Shelby Oldham and Katie Luecke.
Keeper Hailey Walker had two saves to record the shutout.
Next up is a 5:30 p.m. home match Thursday, Sept. 29 against Murfreesboro Riverdale.

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Watertown High hall of fame
Watertown High hall of fame

Watertown High to induct five
WATERTOWN -- Five individuals have been elected into the inaugural class of the Watertown High Hall of Fame.

Inductees include: Ricky Baker, Jill Gwaltney, Virginia Ann Huddleston, Coach Brownie Robinson and Olivia Seay.

A Saturday, Nov. 5 dinner and induction ceremony has been planned.

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