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Pets of the Week for Aug. 4, 2015
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The Wilson County Civic League Summer Tutoring Program was held June 29-July 3.
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Local Physical Therapist Courtney Smith recently obtained the designation of Specialist in Geriatrics Certification.
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School News for Aug. 4, 2015
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Gas prices are falling at the fastest rate since January due to cheaper crude oil costs and the resolution of some refinery issues in the western United States.
6:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
Cumberland University recently inducted 38 students into its national chapter of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society.
5:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
The Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions announced Joy D. Kimbrell has earned the designation Certified Nurse Educator after meeting strict eligibility criteria and successfully completing a rigorous certification examination developed and administered by the National League for Nursing.
5:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
The Lebanon City Council will honor a former member and leader of the body during its meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Town Hall.
4:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
A room addition on a house in beautiful downtown Gladeville turned into a disaster last week.
4:15 PM Aug 4, 2015
LHS swim team meeting Aug. 11
4:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
Saturday afternoon, my wife and I retreated to our courtyard with appetizers and cocktails.
3:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
In his final meeting as 2014-2015 president of the Lebanon Breakfast Rotary Club, Greg Butler recently named three members as “Rotarians of the Year.”
3:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
Amid all the controversy over the recent push in New York and elsewhere for a $15 minimum wage, it’s important to remember the big picture. In the decades after World War II, the United States had powerful policies and popular movements that lifted up working men and women. A third of employed Americans were members of unions, and a pro-worker lobby pushed Washington to raise the minimum wage to more than $10 in today’s dollars.
2:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
Pictured, Lebanon Councilman Fred Burton presented the check from the city to Mary Harris, president of the WCBHC.
The city of Lebanon has awarded $5,000 to the Wilson County Black History Committee to help in its efforts to restore historic Pickett Chapel.
2:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
Schools throughout Wilson County will likely see increases in enrollment this year, and both system directors said they’re preparing for an increased number of students.
1:30 PM Aug 4, 2015
There have been several changes made to the photography contest at the Wilson County Fair this year.
1:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
Hundreds of students and their families found relief from back to school costs Saturday as College Hills Church of Christ held its 20th annual School Store.