2:00 PM Sep 10, 2015
As has been written about in our paper for several days now, and as most residents know, Sherry’s Run takes place this Saturday.
8:00 PM Sep 9, 2015
Created by the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet, kidcentraltn.com is a single website that pulls content from across state departments, making it easier for families to find what they need.
7:00 PM Sep 9, 2015
The Master Beef Program focuses on issues facing the beef industry. Topics include nutrition, forage production, health, genetics, reproduction, marketing, management, cattle handling techniques and others. The Master Beef Program is sponsored by the University of Tennessee Extension.
3:00 PM Sep 9, 2015
As I traveled across the Volunteer State during August, I spoke with many Tennesseans about the nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States, and other world powers. While opinions of the agreement vary, there is perhaps no greater geopolitical issue facing the world today than preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.
2:00 PM Sep 9, 2015
"You are not alone,” is not only probably my favorite Michael Jackson song, but is also the message I hope people receive and/or deliver this month.
6:00 PM Sep 8, 2015
A new middle school will eventually be built just west of beautiful downtown Gladeville.
3:00 PM Sep 8, 2015
Recently during a recent golf round, I discussed a baseball play with friends.
6:00 PM Sep 7, 2015
Tom Tozer and Bill Black are authors of Dads2Dads: Tools for Raising Teenagers. Like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter at Dads2Dadsllc. They are available for workshops. Contact them at tomandbill@Dads2Dadsllc.com
10:00 AM Sep 7, 2015
A bridge player from another state, who shall be called Mr. Doe, wrote a letter to the American Contract Bridge League Journal in July, complaining about the unfairness of getting a zero through no fault of those who did.
10:00 AM Sep 6, 2015
John McMillin is president of United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland. Email him at jmunitedway@bellsouth.net.
2:00 PM Sep 5, 2015
Editor’s Note: The views and opinions contained in the following letter are not necessarily the same as The Lebanon Democrat’s since the letter writer is also a regular contributing columnist for the newspaper.
1:00 PM Sep 5, 2015
“One of the most interesting results was part of a study my students and I conducted dealing with status in email correspondence. Basically, we discovered that in any interaction, the person with the higher status uses I-words less (yes, less) than people who are low in status.” — James W. Pennebaker, “The Secret Life of Pronouns: What Our Words Say About Us”
8:00 AM Sep 5, 2015
Ann Haney is home school mother of 18-plus years to six children, including four entrepreneurs, ordained minister, CEO of Aaron Publishing, founder of Ann Haney Ministries and Living In Abundance, nationwide motivational speaker, coupon specialist, television host, empowerment coach and bestselling author of 18 published products, including her books, “Exploding Into Successful Entrepreneurship,” “Single Steps In A Married World” and “Changing Your Life Through Couponing Financial Empowerment Series.” Contact Ann at ann@annhaney.com to schedule a speaking engagement, individual coaching or view her website for more information at annhaney.com.
8:00 PM Sep 4, 2015
I am an undaunted, courageous, stouthearted, bold, adventuresome, brave, fearless, gallant, heroic, lionhearted, unafraid, unflinching, valiant Jesus pusher. I cannot help myself. He is startling, and He has overwhelmed me.
8:00 PM Sep 4, 2015
The nuclear deal with Iran is one of those things people either love, hate or don’t know exists. The Senate vote on the treaty should take place in mid-September, about two weeks from now. Much of the press indicates “the deal” will pass. Those against the measure believe it will pave the way for Iran to have nuclear weapons sooner than later.
4:00 PM Sep 4, 2015
When the U.S. Supreme Court voted to nullify any existing statewide bans on gay marriage, there was a lot of gnashing of teeth, especially here in Tennessee. Our local legislators chimed in, decrying how the will of the people had been overridden by the will of the court.