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What's up at Downtown Antiques?

For the late Hollis McClanahan, Downtown Antiques was more than a cavernous curiosity shop where he dealt in vintage American items. The enterprise reflected his lifestyle.

Bell talks West Side Park

Rick Bell met with The Wilson Post for an exclusive interview where he discussed quality of life and answered questions about his family's 15-acre donation, valued at $1.5 million, and planning a park for current and future g...

General News

Times adjusted for Saturday marathon train

Times adjusted for Saturday marathon train

Due to concerns over weather this Saturday during the race, the Nashville Rock n Roll Marathon has adjusted the start times of the 5K, half-marathon and full marathon.

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Empower Me Center receives $100,000 text message

Empower Me Center receives $100,000 text message

Officials with Empower Me Center announced this week that the local non-profit has received another $100,000 anonymous gift, and this time, news of the contribution was delivered via text message.

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Guts & Glory

Guts & Glory

The eighth annual Whip Crackin' Rodeo rolled into Lebanon this past weekend, and despite the rainy weather, crowds still showed up to see cowboys and cowgirls in action under the covered arena at the James E. Ward Ag Center.

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A final farewell to Hale Moss

A final farewell to Hale Moss

A collective sigh of sadness was heard when hundreds gathered Monday to say a final farewell and celebrate the life and legacy of Wilson County pioneer Hale Moss.

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General Sports

CU BASEBALL -- Postseason schedule

Krajnak
Krajnak

Phoenix open at Georgetown --
Cumberland University baseball's schedule for this week's Opening Round in the Mid-South Conference Championships has been set at Georgetown College, with the Phoenix and Tigers beginning the series Friday at 5 p.m. Central Time in Georgetown, Ky.

The two teams will play again at Noon CT on Saturday and an if necessary game would follow directly after that contest.

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CU TENNIS -- Puertolas honored

CU TENNIS -- Puertolas honored

CU teams eliminated -
Cumberland University's Ramon Puertolas was voted the Mid-South Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week Monday, April 24 after posting a pair of victories in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament.

The Tarrega, Spain, native posted a 6-1, 6-0, singles victory at No. 3 over the University of Pikeville's Pedro Azevedo and combined with Riccardo Ferraris for an 8-0 win at No. 3 doubles versus Pikeville's Oscar Pacheco and Jorge Mejia.

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Free soccer clinic planned Friday

Free soccer clinic planned Friday

CU athletes will instruct
LEBANON -- Cumberland University's men's and women's soccer teams will be hosting a clinic for youth soccer players of Wilson County Friday, April 28.

The free clinic will be held 6-7 p.m. at the Breakfast Rotary Soccer (airport) Complex off Castle Heights Ave.

Players ages U4 to U15 are welcome, and asked to bring their own ball and proper soccer equipment.

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Linebacker earns CU academic award

Jernigan
Jernigan

Senior Nathan Jernigan honored --
Cumberland University's Nathan Jernigan was voted the 2016-17 recipient of the Lindsey Donnell Award April 20, presented annually to a Phoenix student-athlete who excels in both academics and athletics.

The award is given in honor of Lindsey Donnell, a former Phoenix football Little All-American and former professor at Cumberland University.

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