3:00 PM Sep 9, 2014
In November 2008, the citizens of Lebanon elected me mayor of the city. Ever since that day, I have studied what is right and best for Lebanon’s future.
3:00 PM Sep 7, 2014
Some time ago, I wrote about a homeless man who stopped in at our club and though was given some treats and a Coke, said he’d never be back. He thought it was an old folks’ home.
10:00 AM Sep 7, 2014
I am amazed with the complexity of the human race.
8:00 AM Sep 7, 2014
Getting off to a good start is crucial to the success of homeschooling, but finishing well is just as crucial.
10:00 PM Sep 5, 2014
The 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act gives us pause to recall how our lives have changed over the lifetime of many of us.
6:00 PM Sep 5, 2014
I had heard it all before. We have finally got everybody in a room, and we are all working on a common mission to “fix public education.” That was more or less the idea behind the State Collaborative on Reforming Education.
5:00 PM Sep 5, 2014
Hello, my name is Jim and I married a corn junkie.
3:00 PM Sep 5, 2014
Thumbs up to the firefighters, emergency officials and dispatchers who responded quickly and battled a fire at the Kenneth M. Tramel Baptist Student Center just off the Cumberland University campus.
6:00 PM Sep 4, 2014
I think I could almost write a book that includes “funny things I hear at football games.”
3:00 PM Sep 4, 2014
When it is needed most, the United Way of Wilson County is there. Actually, they’ve been “there” for Wilson County since 1959.
6:00 PM Sep 3, 2014
Hospitals are unique places. I can’t think of another place that could bring a person the greatest happiness in their life and bring them the worst sorrows within the same sliding doors.
3:00 PM Sep 3, 2014
Whether you're for it or against it, voters in Lebanon have between Wednesday and Sept. 23 to voice their opinion on it.
10:00 PM Sep 2, 2014
The longest and most sacred rule of fashion happens to be the rule everyone seems to break.

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