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An Early Spring
An Early Spring

This weekend started out with overcast skies, but before night fell, it started clearing off. This Sunday was clear skies and as I am writing this, a tad warmer. It is hard to imagine temperatures at 70 plus degrees here in the middle of February.

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BASEBALL -- CU takes Friday's opener
BASEBALL -- CU takes Friday's opener

Phoenix slug four HR's
LEBANON -- Cumberland University hitters pounded out 13 hits in Friday afternoon's 11-7 win over Clarke University at Ernest L. Stockton Field.

Game Two of the doubleheader was scheduled for a 3 p.m. first pitch.

Phoenix hitters Kevin Connolly, Nick Mira, Austin Krajnak and Rayden Sierra all homered while Steven Hollis had two hits and drove in two runs.

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Ova York Bradley
Ova York Bradley
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BASEBALL -- Holmes inks with Cumberland
BASEBALL -- Holmes inks with Cumberland

RHP for the fall of 2017
Lebanon High senior pitcher Daniel Holmes signed scholarship papers Tuesday, Feb. 21 to continue his education and baseball career with hometown Cumberland University.

In 2016 Holmes was named All-District 9-AAA and was voted Most Improved by the team coaches.

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HOOPS -- Region tournaments open tonight
HOOPS -- Region tournaments open tonight
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Dentist bonds roots with family business
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.

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The real deal
The real deal

MJPD's Bonnie Harris holds her own.

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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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TriStar Summit Medical Center diabetes program earns nod
TriStar Summit Medical Center diabetes program earns nod

TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage has been awarded the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Education Recognition Certificate for quality diabetes self-management education.

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Wilson approved for drought relief program
Wilson approved for drought relief program

The Wilson County Soil Conservation District (SCD) has submitted a request to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) for funding to assist livestock producers to provide a vegetative cover and produce additional forage during the 2017 growing season.

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Hickman to lead Stoner Creek Elementary
Hickman to lead Stoner Creek Elementary

A new Stoner Creek Elementary School principal has been named and will start on March 27.

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Artizan Insurance to open doors in Watertown
Artizan Insurance to open doors in Watertown

A new independent insurance agency will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, March 2, from 2 until 4 p.m. on the Watertown Public Square.

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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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Watertown Elementary School honor roll and principal's list, 2nd nine weeks
Watertown Elementary School honor roll and principal's list, 2nd nine weeks
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BASKETBALL: Region 5-AAA 1st round
BASKETBALL: Region 5-AAA 1st round

GIRLS QUARTERFINALS
7 pm Friday, Feb. 24
No. 4 Kenwood at No. 1 Wilson Central
No. 3 Beech at N. 2 Rossview

No. 4 Station Camp at No. 1 Henry County
No. 3 Clarksville at No. 2 Mt. Juliet

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LSSD plans ADD/ADHD workshop
LSSD plans ADD/ADHD workshop

Lebanon Special School District will host a free workshop focused on ADD/ADHD on Monday, March 6, from 6 until 8:30 p.m. in the Castle Heights Elementary School Library, located at 1007 Castle Heights Avenue North.

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CU to present 'Crimes of the Heart'
CU to present 'Crimes of the Heart'

Cumberland University's spring theater production will be the tragicomedy "Crimes of the Heart" by Beth Henley, which will run March 2 through 5 at the June & Bill Heydel Fine Arts Center.

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Cecil S. Gass
Cecil S. Gass
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Michael Herbert Goodwin
Michael Herbert Goodwin
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WRESTLING -- Two Bears win gold at state
WRESTLING -- Two Bears win gold at state
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Central wins indoor 4K relay
Central wins indoor 4K relay

NASHVILLE -- Wilson Central's 4,000 meter relay team brought home top honors in the Sunday, Feb. 19 Tennessee High School Indoor Championships -- held at Vanderbilt University.

Sponsored by the Knoxville Track Club, the event in not affiliated with the TSSAA, but still attracts top track and field athletes from across the state.

The foursome of Joel Barlow, Baylor Franklin, John Elrod and Nathan Peterson had the top time among 16 entries -- finishing in 10:25.54.

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One day in December

It is cold this late-season, December morning. Twenty-two degrees.
The climb up the ridge has me sweating. Too many clothes on and too old. My glasses fog up from the excess body heat. Daylight is coming.
I'm not sure why I am even hunting this morning. My freezer is full of deer meat and I have filled the freezers of several other families.

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Sign vandalized with swastika near Mt. Juliet
Sign vandalized with swastika near Mt. Juliet

A cruise down Central Pike reveals at the 9500 block a very precise Swastika symbol morphed from an innocent four-way direction sign.

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Woman of Wilson: Melissa Craighead
Woman of Wilson: Melissa Craighead

Melissa Craighead is often complimented on her ability to make raising three small children look easy. She knows that mothering is a "tough, tough job" - but equally the most important and rewarding one she could ask for.

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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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