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Noisy Little Buggers

Back to February, need I say more. This weather has been something else this whole month. Yesterday, Friday, it was a balmy 80 degrees and Saturday morning we awoke to temperatures in the low 40's. We will most likely finish ...

Dentist bonds roots with family business

Dr. Jim Newman is a fourth-generation local business owner, beginning with Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home, Barbara's Dress Shop, Randy's Barber Shop, On-Call Medical and Pharmacy and Newman Appraisal.

General News

WEATHER UPDATE -- No injuries reported

WEATHER UPDATE -- No injuries reported

Storm rolls through Watertown
As of 9:33 a.m. Wednesday, no injuries have been reported have been reported as heavy rains and high wins rolled through the northern edges of Watertown.

Power and phone lines are out in several sections of the city with damage to fencing, power and phone lines being reported.

Fencing around the tennis courts at Watertown High are damaged, trees have been uprooted on Neal Road and a shed overturned.

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Crye-Leike's sweet auction raises thousands for United Way

Crye-Leike's sweet auction raises thousands for United Way

Agents with Crye-Leike Real Estate Services' Mt. Juliet branch office recently put business on hold to host the office's 13th annual Martin Cummings Sweet Tooth Auction, raising $9,147 for local charities.

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Historic Lebanon to bring preservation exhibit to city

Historic Lebanon to bring preservation exhibit to city

Historic Lebanon is set to bring an exhibit entitled, "The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966: Commemorating 50 Years of Preserving Tennessee's Historic Structures, Sites and Landscapes" to the city.

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Mangos clarifies rumors

Mangos clarifies rumors

Several Mangos Mexican Restaurant employees observed last week's "Day Without Immigrants."

The catch? Their employer claims they failed to notify her before taking the day off.

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General Sports

LHS BOOSTERS -- Casino Night planned

LHS BOOSTERS -- Casino Night planned

Saturday, March 25 at LG&CC
The Lebanon All-Sports Booster Club will hold a "Casino Night" Saturday, March 25 at the Lebanon Golf & Country Club.
Doors open at 6 pm. Tickets are $100 per couple and include food & door prizes.
Both a live and silent auction will be held.

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REGION 4-A HOOPS -- Tigers eliminated

Seth Price
Seth Price

Monterey wins in final seconds
WATERTOWN -- After a heart-breaking loss to Jackson County in the consolation game of last week's District 7-A tournament, upstart Monterey bounced back Saturday night to knock off No. 1-seed Watertown 63-61 in the Region 4-A quarterfinals.

The Wildcats (15-19) closed out the season Tuesday night with a 54-50 loss to Pickett County in the region semifinals Tuesday evening.

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VOLLEYBALL -- FCS standout Long signs

Alycia Long
Alycia Long

with D-III Muhlenberg College
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian volleyball standout Alycia Long signed Tuesday afternoon with Muhlenberg College of Allentown, PA -- an NCAA Division II institution.

Long, the daughter of Angela and Danny Reiss, helped lead the Lady Commanders to a record of 36-12 in 2016 and a berth in the TSSAA Division II-A substate.

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WRESTLING -- Wilkins inks with Cumberland

Wilkins
Wilkins

CU lands Mt. Juliet state champ
Zack Wilkins, Mt. Juliet High's 2017 state wrestling champion at 138 pounds, signed scholarship papers Monday, Feb. 27 with Lebanon's Cumberland University.

The son of Jeff and Sarah Wilkins, Zack wrapped up his senior season with the Golden Bears with a record of 34-1. His career record at Mt. Juliet was 203-14.

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