The City of Lebanon Sign Ordinance Advisory Committee will meet on Tuesday, May 13 at 5 p.m. in the Town Meeting Room of City Hall.
The purpose of this committee is to review certain sections of the City of Lebanon Sign Ordinance and make recommendations to City Council regarding sections that may need additional clarification or amendment.
By JENNIFER HORTON
A man believed to be a member of the Gangster Disciples in Nashville has been charged in the early morning armed robbery of a female employee of Wal-Mart Supercenter in Lebanon.
Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen said Reginald Keshawn Logue, 19, of 703 Jones Park, Nashville, has been charged with one count of aggravated robbery and is in the Wilson County Jail under $10,000 bond.
Bowen said about 3 a.m., Thursday, a female employee of Wal-Mart took her break and went to her car. She said she was approached by the suspect, described as a black male, who asked her for directions.
The Cumberland University women’s tennis will open play Monday in the NAIA National Tennis Championships in Mobile, Alabama.
The No. 11th ranked Lady Dawgs are riding a 21-2 record into the national tournament.
This season has seen the women’s team win both the TranSouth regular season and conference tournament championships and steadily climb up the national rankings.
CU will face off in the first round of the national championships on Monday, May 12 against Bethany College from Kansas.
Bethany received an automatic bid to the tournament as the Region IV Champions.
"The ladies have played so well this season and I think we got a good draw in the tournament so if we stay focused we can win a couple of matches and then anything is possible next week" said head coach Bill Riddle.
Cumberland is lead by the No. 1 doubles team of Natalia Yakimovich and Beatriz Mompo -- who finished the regular season, conference tournament and regional tournament undefeated this year.
They are currently 22-0 and are ranked No. 16 in the ITA national doubles rankings.
For more information on the team or players please visit www.cumberland.edu or for information on the tournament go to www.naia.org
8. Pro – Any and All. This is the class that is wide open. If your car does not fit in the rules listed below, this is the class you run.Rules and Regulations: To drag race you must be 18 years and older with a valid drivers license. Drivers license will be checked and verified during the vehicle tech inspection.All competitors must wear a ¾ or full face helmet that have a DOT, Snell k98, 2000 or 2005 rating. Half or novelty helmets are not acceptable. Helmet will be checked and verified during tech inspection.NO PASSENGERS ARE PERMITTED!BURNOUTS ARE ONLY ALLOWED IN THE BURNOUT AREA. BURNOUTS IN THE PADDOCK OR STAGING AREA WILL RESULT IN AN IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFICATION AND EVICTION FROM THE EVENT. (NO EXCEPTIONS)NO ALCOHOL IS ALLOWED IN THE COMPETITION AREA.Maximum speed in the paddock and staging areas is 10mph.All hub caps and trim rings must be removedAll vehicles must have at least one working taillight.Door handles operational inside and out.All vehicles must have working seatbelts or up to date safety harnesses.All Vehicles are required to have the driver’s side window closed during practice and competition.Air-conditioners must be turned off when in the staging, burn-out and competition areas. Use of air conditioners will result in a disqualification from the event.All vehicles must be free of fluid leaks. Fluid leaks will result in the disqualification from the event. Tires must be in good condition. No alcohol in competition area/concessions (beer for spectators) will be available Pricing $20.00 – Competitors$ 5.00 – Spectators$15.00 – Show & Shine (Not for May 16, 2008)$10.00 – Buy Back (First Round of elimination only)Children 12 and under freeCASH ONLY-NO ADVANCE TICKET SALES