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Digging "The Moles" Digging "The Moles"

For teenagers in the mid-to-late 1960s, the main band to groove to at local rock ’n’ roll dances proved to be the versatile quartet known as The Moles.

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  • Digging "The Moles" Digging "The Moles"

    For teenagers in the mid-to-late 1960s, the main band to groove to at local rock ’n’ roll dances proved to be the versatile quartet known as The Moles.

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  • Remembering JFK- Part II Remembering JFK- Part II

    In early February 1964, U.S. Secret Service Agent Bill Carter was assigned to escort Marina Oswald to the Warren Commission in Washington, D.C. She was the widow of accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.

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  • Remembering JFK - with video Remembering JFK - with video

    Possessing a career full of close encounters with the rich and famous, Lebanon’s Bill Carter cherishes the days he spent in “Camelot” with President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his family.

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  • 100 years and counting 100 years and counting

    One of the outstanding architectural gems of downtown Lebanon, the old Federal Post Office marks the centennial of its groundbreaking on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

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  • Dead Land promises to haunt you Dead Land promises to haunt you

    Welcome to Dead Land Haunted Woods, where Lambert of Lebanon is but one of 82 actors, ranging in age from 10 to 60-something, who will entertain thousands of normally sane people paying good money to be frightened out of their wits throughout October.

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‘Snapshots in time’ | feature, history, Cumberland University, Heydel Fine Arts
‘Snapshots in time’

About 150 colorful, vintage postcards, covering Wilson County sites and sights from the early 1900s into the 1970s, have returned to their roots. 

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Scarecrows stalk Granville | feature, Granville, Fall, Halloween, festival
Scarecrows stalk Granville

GRANVILLE -- Reminiscent of a classic episode of “The Twilight Zone” or a spin-off of Stephen King’s “Children of the Corn,” a silent horde of scarecrows have invaded tiny Granville in Jackson County.

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The Highwaymen | Feature, I-40, construction, TDOT
The Highwaymen

Clad in hard hats and translucent vests, from 75 to 100 construction workers, truck drivers and heavy-equipment operators grit their teeth, gird their loins and get to the down and dirty work of transforming eight-and-a-quarter miles of I-40 into a spacious eight-lane roadway.   

 

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True native son | Indian Affairs, Native American, feature
True native son

Lebanon’s Franklin Keel walks comfortably between two cultures.

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Serious 'cycology' | Ken Beck, Mt. Juliet, bike, bicycle, Bikers Choice
Serious 'cycology'

David Hardin, who started his original Biker’s Choice shop in Hendersonville in 1989 at the age of 20, opened Wilson County’s only bike store last December. Located on Lebanon Road, the store boasts 200 new Trek and Specialized bicycles and every conceivable cycling accessory.

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