8:00 AM Jul 6, 2014
Thomas Partlow, the man who still keeps the Wilson County Archives alive and well in conjunction with Linda Grandstaff, was born on South Maple Street and moved one time to West Spring Street, where he still resides.
3:00 PM Nov 30, 2013
This time of year becomes extremely hard for people who have lost a loved one, especially if that loved one is a spouse they've shared many happy years with or a child regardless of age.
2:00 PM Nov 25, 2013
Home Instead Senior Care has an identifying logo that says, “To Us, It's Personal.”
9:03 AM Jun 3, 2013
 Photo: Jared Felkins • Lebanon Democrat

Harvill and Lois Eaton, Cumberland University's president and first lady, greet guests arriving at the 30th Phoenix Ball on Saturday evening.
Bob Clement and his wife, Mary, were the president and first lady of Cumberland University 30 years ago when Mary Clement founded the first Phoenix Ball as a means to raise funds and intermingle the college with Lebanon and Wilson County. Harvill Eaton and his wife, Lois, serve as presiden...
11:00 AM Oct 9, 2012
 Photo: Bonnie Bucy
A large crowd of people and an additional income of $28,000 raised for Sherry's Run and the Tennessee Coalition for Breast Cancer came through the 10th annual Low Country Boil on Saturday.
6:00 AM Apr 20, 2012
To quote Ron Nowling, “I have had a weird life!” Considering he’s gone the gamut from engineering to flying, to auto sales, to the Shriners and Masons to ground communications companies to nuclear and fossil businesses to machine guns, back to cars and trucks with his Aut...
6:00 PM Feb 14, 2012
“Deadwood Dick, or the Game of Gold,” a rootin’ tootin’ melodrama based on the “Dime Novels” of Edward L. Wheeler, will be firing up the Heydel Fine Arts Center at Cumberland University Feb. 23-26 as the Phoenix Players proudly present their 2012 Spring Product...
6:00 PM Nov 14, 2011
Dare to Dine  Photo: Dallus Whitfield • The Lebanon Democrat

Ed James, at left, Greg Dugdale, Ray Lynn Crutcher and Laura Swanson share a moment of levity Saturday night during Dare to Dine. James and his wife Susie hosted the dessert finale at their Waters Hill home.
Ed James, at left, Greg Dugdale, Ray Lynn Crutcher and Laura Swanson share a moment of levity Saturday night during Dare to Dine. James and his wife Susie hosted the dessert finale at their Waters Hill home.
7:00 PM Oct 3, 2011


Patrons of the 2011 Low Country Boil check bids moments before the silent auction closes Saturday night. The annual event benefits Sherry's Run and the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition. For more photos, go to Spotted! at www.lebanondemocrat.com.
Patrons of the 2011 Low Country Boil check bids moments before the silent auction closes Saturday night. The annual event benefits Sherry's Run and the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition. For more photos, go to Spotted! at www.lebanondemocrat.com.
7:00 PM May 17, 2011
The 76th Engineering Construction Battalion that served in the Korean War from 1950-1953 met in Lebanon last week for their 19th reunion anniversary. That was only part of the tribute the group paid to Lebanon, as it was the fourth straight year they have met here and the only town they&...
6:00 PM Nov 16, 2009
Wilson County’s Habitat for Humanity dedicated its 48th house Saturday and keys to it were presented to new owners, Faye and Leroy Donnell. However, this dedication was different from all the others in that the dedication was made in honor of Jo Doris and JB Leftwich’s 70th wedding a...
6:00 PM Nov 16, 2009
All the scents, tastes, décor and feelings of a wonderful holiday season were evident this weekend at Watermelon Moon Farm as the owners of the historical home again hosted a Christmas Holiday Open House and Tour. Owner Emily Steinberg, her husband, Harold Cash and a crew of friendly elves, wor...
6:00 PM Nov 9, 2009
Where did you eat? What did you eat? These were the first two questions out of everyone’s mouth as they greeted other guests at the Dessert Finale at this year’s Dare To Dine event on Saturday evening for Leadership Wilson. The answers were as varied as the individuals doing the as...
7:00 PM Oct 5, 2009
As the Harvest Moon, the last one we’ll see until 2017, was shining brightly down on the Cartel Drive location of the annual Low Country Boil, approximately 500 people gathered to eat, drink, bid on objects and raise more than $40,000 for breast and colon cancer Saturday evening.
7:00 PM Jul 20, 2009
The atmosphere was certainly congenial, the weather was positively obliging and it was obvious the kids ruled the scene.
7:00 PM Jul 20, 2009
Four classrooms at Lebanon High School got new coats of paint this past weekend when members of Matthew's Table Church painted for community service.
7:00 PM Jul 6, 2009
The rains came and kept on coming Saturday evening, but you'd have thought the Wilson County Fair was already in progress with the funnel cake, polish sausage, nachos, snow cone and inflatable booths open at the fair grounds. Several hundred people scurried under the Pageant Pavilion where performe...