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Tennova among state's first for robotic assisted knee replacement
Tennova among state's first for robotic assisted knee replacement

Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon is one of the first hospitals in the Volunteer State to offer robotic-assisted total knee replacement surgery. The technology offers a new surgical option for patients with chronic knee pain.

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Corrections officer, former WCSO officer arrested
Corrections officer, former WCSO officer arrested

Wilson County deputies arrested a Rutherford County Sheriff's corrections officer after a lengthy sex abuse investigation. The suspect faces sex charges involving a minor, according to detectives.

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If it ain't broke
If it ain't broke

Before we get started, let me try to talk you out of buying a new computer. We have an old one which was working fine and doing everything I wanted it to do. But there was this notification which came up on the screen stating that the old software and hardware would not be supported by the company that was discontinuing its services.

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Juvenile arrested for threats against LHS
Juvenile arrested for threats against LHS

After what local officials categorized as a "lengthy investigation," the Wilson County Sheriff's Office has arrested a juvenile for posting threatening messages regarding Lebanon High School and students via social media.

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Amazonian tribes and the Kane family
Amazonian tribes and the Kane family

Have you heard of those tribes in the rainforests of Brazil that have existed centuries without any contact with modern civilization? Except for the fact that I've been vaccinated for measles and whooping cough and would look ridiculous holding a spear, other than that, I'm pretty certain we've been living parallel lives.

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MJ man accused of uploading child pornography to Instagram
MJ man accused of uploading child pornography to Instagram

A Mt. Juliet man has been indicted on multiple charges of child sexual exploitaton after allegedly uploading child pornography to Instagram.

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Shipt to expand grocery delivery to MJ
Shipt to expand grocery delivery to MJ

Shipt, an app-based grocery delivery service, has announced plans to expand its coverage area to include Mt. Juliet.

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Initiative helps local land dream job
Initiative helps local land dream job

Wilson County native Grant Owens scored a position with an elite technology firm last year.

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LSSD, LPD to offer cyber security briefing for parents
LSSD, LPD to offer cyber security briefing for parents

Lebanon Special School District and the Lebanon Police Department are joining forces to present information to parents aimed at making sure children use technology safely during a workshop scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 10.

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State's only interchange LED lighting project soon to glow in MJ

Timed to herald the holiday shopping season and beyond, the Interstate 40 interchange near Providence will soon take on a special "glow" as Mt. Juliet and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) wrap up a unique project targeted to provide enhanced safety.

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WEMA launches smartphone app
WEMA launches smartphone app

Wilson County Emergency Management Agency (WEMA) recently announced the launch of an emergency management app for both Apple and Android devices.

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Tech gap needs to be filled: expert
Tech gap needs to be filled: expert

Because Mt. Juliet is a donut community of greater Nashville, it's a microcosm of the burgeoning technology boom.

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Tech plan for county schools tops $13 million
Tech plan for county schools tops $13 million

The 21st century is all about technology, and Wilson County students need more and better training in the use of technology.

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WC schools 'rethinking learning' with technology
WC schools 'rethinking learning' with technology

Wilson County Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright said the future is here when it comes to connecting students with technology.

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School board to grapple with growth in 2015

The two most important issues facing Wilson County Schools in 2015 are how to cope with growth and improve the availability of technology for students, according to administration and board members in New Year's interviews with The Wilson Post.

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LSSD announces technology initiative

Lebanon Special School District officials announce the start of the 1-to-l (1 device for every 1 student) Chromebook laptop initiative which will provide the opportunity for every sixth through eighth grade student at Walter J. Baird and Winfree-Bryant Middle Schools to have the use of a laptop to complete their coursework and enhance their educational experience at home and school.

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