10:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
This Sunday night, we, at Immanuel Baptist Church, will keep building our relationship with the Lebanon Church of God as they kick off our community revival.
8:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
We are entering a time in history, which will be difficult for the Christian.
6:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
An FDA advisory committee will meet April 9-10 to discuss a landmark proposal to correct inaccurate federal health warnings that have been misleading the public for almost 30 years.
5:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
Spring is in the air. You can see signs of it everywhere -- the grass seed commercials on TV, the Miracle-Gro commercials on TV, the allergy commercials on TV, my baseball team losing on TV and the grocery stores selling plastic lawn furniture once again.
1:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
Thumbs up to Lebanon High School students who used an afternoon pep rally to raise more than school morale Monday as they participated in Make-A-Wish Monday.
6:00 PM Apr 9, 2015
We are about to embark upon the awesome journey that I like to call “event season” here in Wilson County.
10:00 PM Apr 8, 2015
Have you ever looked at your child and thought, “If I had only known when I was younger what I know now?"
6:00 PM Apr 8, 2015
Welp. The men’s college basketball season is officially over and if there’s anything more depressing for me than watching Duke hoist another trophy, it’s the six-month drought that will follow the season’s end.
5:00 PM Apr 8, 2015
This month we launched Healthier Tennessee Communities, an effort to bring local leaders and organizations together in a coordinated way to improve the health of our citizens and overall quality of life in our state.
4:00 PM Apr 8, 2015
On March 3, President Barack Obama took out his now infamous pen and signed the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2015, fully funding DHS for the remainder of the year.
10:00 PM Apr 7, 2015
Now that Easter has passed, it is fashionably acceptable to wear white.
6:00 PM Apr 7, 2015
The last time I played Camp Pendleton’s Marine Memorial Golf Course was several years ago when Wayne Dedman came out from Middle Tennessee to visit his sister’s family, who then lived in Temecula, Calif.

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