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Farmer, city sticking to their guns on sign ordinance
Farmer, city sticking to their guns on sign ordinance

The Wilson County state house candidate who said she will sue the City of Mt. Juliet over their temporary sign ordinance that regulates placement and duration of political signs is sticking to her guns.

And the City of Mt. Juliet is not backing down, either.

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MJ residents file suit against city, mayor
MJ residents file suit against city, mayor

Two supporters of Wilson County District 57 state house candidate Trisha Farmer filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Mt. Juliet and Mayor Ed Hagerty in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee Thursday afternoon.

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Court backs city in MJ Starbucks dispute
Court backs city in MJ Starbucks dispute

"We won!" were the words of a Mt. Juliet city commissioner after a court ruling by judge C.K. Smith on Friday that said a city-issued work stoppage order on a South Mt. Juliet Starbucks strip mall will be upheld.

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City loses insurance ruling
City loses insurance ruling

The City of Lebanon is "considering their options" following a ruling it which it was decided that their previous agent of record, George Greenwood, is due several months of commission.

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Supreme Court holds its own on CU campus
Supreme Court holds its own on CU campus

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Former police chief Bowen challenging constitutionality of firing by mayor

Former Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen will get his day in court, according to his attorney Keith Williams.

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Accused shooter appears in court
Accused shooter appears in court

LEBANON -- The young man accused in the shooting death of 13-year-old C'Asia Patton was scheduled to appear in Judge Brody Kane's courtroom Friday morning, Jan. 23.

According to a representative in the Criminal Court Office, there was an 8:30 a.m. arraignment for Joseph Christopher Hendry Jr., 19, in open court.

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Man charged in fatal accident in court Thursday
Man charged in fatal accident in court Thursday

A man charged in an accident that took the life of a Nashville physician was in court Thursday, Aug. 21 for a preliminary hearing.

Clayton Rogers, 20, of Mt. Juliet, has been charged with Felony Reckless Endangerment. He was also cited for failure to yield to a traffic signal.

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Bombing suspect Parker moved from jail
Bombing suspect Parker moved from jail
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