Thursday, January 23, 2020
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A discussion about Christmas lights around the Watertown square evolved into talk about the lack of lighting in general and safety during Tuesday’s Watertown City Council meeting.

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Fried chicken fast food chain Popeyes may open its newest location in Lebanon this summer, pending approval from city officials.

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Cumberland University has offered numerous science degrees, even a degree in biological chemistry, since 2011. There has not been one in basic general chemistry however, until now.

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The Sutton General Store Old Time Music Hour, Granville has partnered with Tennessee Department of Tourism to be a location for the qualifying round of the Tennessee Songwriters Week.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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Neither wind nor rain could stop Wilson County’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, as dozens took to the streets by motorcade for a unity march on Saturday.

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The warehouse of Joseph’s Storehouse Food Ministry bustled Monday with volunteers either packing boxes with food or breaking them down to recycle. The volunteers are preparing for another food giveaway set for Thursday and Saturday.

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It’s twice for Blue Moon BBQ owner Tom Ferrell, as he has taken over the restaurant he bought 10 years ago but then sold.

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Mt. Juliet commissioners voted last week to deny funding to the Mt. Juliet League, which provides the city’s youth sports, and Commissioner Art Giles feels some are treating him as an enemy of local youth sports for his stance on the issue.

Saturday, January 18, 2020
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Lebanon’s Sports Complex Committee is making progress on a phasing plan for the proposed athletic park on U.S. 231 after balking at a $35.9 million total cost estimate in November.

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The Wilson County Legislative Committee voted Thursday night to send the Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution to the Wilson County Board of Commissioners for a final vote in a little over a week.

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The Lebanon City Council held further discussion on two proposed billboards advertising the city on both sides of Interstate 40 at its work session Thursday.