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'You can't replace a legend' 'You can't replace a legend'

Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board John Bryan said that the search for a new President is going well - but, "You can't replace a legend."

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General News

Recycling yard expansion nixed

BZA cites non-compliance issuesThe Lebanon Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) voted unanimously to turn down an expansion request from Trinity Recycling this week.

Don't close Lake Street, council told

A plan to close Lake Street beside the County Judicial Center may not go as smoothly as local officials had envisioned, since it is facing opposition from neighborhood residents.

City hires outside attorney vs. Bowen for $200 per hour

The City of Lebanon will hire outside attorney David Veile to represent the city in the upcoming disciplinary appeal hearing requested by fired Police Chief Scott Bowen.

PFG employee pleads guilty to embezzling $135,000

PFG employee pleads guilty to embezzling $135,000

A Performance Food Group employee admitted to engaging in a scheme to embezzle more than $135,000 from her employer and a client.

General Sports

CU HOOPS -- Men close year in Georgia

CU HOOPS -- Men close year in Georgia

Roadrunner Classic in Dalton, GA --
Still smarting from a narrow road loss Wednesday, the Cumberland mens basketball team will close out the 2014 portion of the schedule this weekend in the Roadrunner Booster Club Classic in Dalton, Ga.

The Bulldogs, 5-8 overall, will take on 13th-ranked Dalton State College Friday at 7 p.m . Central Time and Concordia University-Selma on Saturday at 1 p.m. before taking a break for Christmas.

Cumberland soccer coach resigns

Cumberland soccer coach resigns

McKinney takes job at UT-Chattanooga --
BREAKING NEWS -- Gavin McKinney, head coach of the Cumberland University women's soccer program, was announced Tuesday as the new head coach at NCAA Division I University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

McKinney had a 71-26-3 (.725) record in five seasons at Cumberland, including three straight trips to the NAIA Sweet 16.

DISNEY HOOPS -- Watertown teams win openers

DISNEY HOOPS -- Watertown teams win openers

KSA Christmas Classic --
ORLANDO, FL -- Scrambling in the final seconds, Watertown High's Purple Tigers rallied for a thrilling 63-61 victory over Virginia's Central High Thursday morning in the opening round of the KSA Christmas Tournament at Walt Disney World.

PREP HOOPS -- Mt. Juliet splits with Siegel

PREP HOOPS -- Mt. Juliet splits with Siegel

MJHS hosts Chick-fil-A Classic
MT. JULIET -- Visiting Siegel needed two overtime periods to finally dispose of Mt. Juliet Tuesday in boys basketball action. The seesaw game was tied at the end of regulation 61-61, then 64-64 at the end of the first overtime.

Trey Pruitt was brilliant in the loss, scoring 30 for the Golden Bears, who dropped to 3-7 on the season.

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