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Zero turn mower stolen
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance with information regarding a recent theft of a zero turn lawnmower that occurred in the northeast portion of the county.

According to detectives with the Sheriff's office, the theft occurred in the early morning hours during mid-August.

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Community mourns beloved Watertown man
Community mourns beloved Watertown man Read more...
Wilson County in prime location to see rare full solar eclipse
Wilson County in prime location to see rare full solar eclipse Read more...
Cedarcroft new board member
Cedarcroft new board member Read more...
Local pediatrician to be honored at Sherry's Run
Local pediatrician to be honored at Sherry's Run Read more...
Bell family donates land for West Lebanon park
Bell family donates land for West Lebanon park Read more...
'I believe we need to be a stepping stone, and not a stumbling block'
'I believe we need to be a stepping stone, and not a stumbling block' Read more...
Chamber to host Under Armour Lunch & Learn
Chamber to host Under Armour Lunch & Learn Read more...
Local companies awarded job training grants
Local companies awarded job training grants Read more...
State Route 840 to be designated as interstate
State Route 840 to be designated as interstate Read more...
Women of Wilson Luncheon
Women of Wilson Luncheon Read more...
LPD to increase officers at WC Fair
LPD to increase officers at WC Fair Read more...
Simple flowers in a simple vase
Simple flowers in a simple vase Read more...
Woman of Wilson: Dianne Cozart
Woman of Wilson: Dianne Cozart Read more...
Ash announces Lebanon mayoral bid | Bernie Ash, Lebanon, politics, mayor, candidate, candidate announcement,. Bernie Ash candidate announcement
Ash announces Lebanon mayoral bid

Declaring his intention to run for the office of mayor of Lebanon, Bernie Ash knows the wisdom of taking stock of where we are today, envisioning a better tomorrow and remembering where we came from.

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CRIME -- Woods gets 60 years | James Kevin Woods, felony drug charges, Wilson County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Robert Bryan, Wilson County, Lebanon TN,
CRIME -- Woods gets 60 years | James Kevin Woods, felony drug charges, Wilson County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Robert Bryan, Wilson County, Lebanon TN,
Woods
CRIME -- Woods gets 60 years

Eighth felony drug charge
LEBANON -- A drug dealer convicted of eight prior drug-related felonies was sentenced to 60 years in prison Monday, Aug. 15 in Wilson County Circuit Court.

James Kevin Woods, 35, of Lebanon, was sentenced on three charges of selling Schedule II narcotics (cocaine), two of those charges resulted in consecutive 20-year sentences with one concurrent 20-year sentence, he will serve up to 40 years in the penitentiary.

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