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General Lifestyle

Teams slate Relay for Life fund raising projects

By CONNIE ESH
The Wilson Post

Put on your running shoes or walking shoes, if you prefer, and head out to the track behind Wilson Bank & Trust on June 26-27 for the annual Wilson County Relay for Life benefiting the American Cancer Society.

Wilson County Relay Co-Chair Maliea Oakley said she would like to encourage everyone in the community who has been affected by cancer to come and join the event in hope for a cure.

Meanwhile, all the Wilson County teams are working hard to raise lots of money to find a cure for cancer

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Column

Remembering a father, a man of value

By W.H. WATERS

This is being written the day before taxes are due, but that has nothing to do with what is uppermost in my thoughts today.

It’s the 14th day of April 2009. On this date in 1884, William H. Waters Sr. was born in the Grant community of Smith County, Tenn. He was the son of Dr. George Hugh Waters and Mattie Goodall Waters.

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Guest Column

Why are we Blue Devils?

By EDWARD L. THACKSTON

I was a Blue Devil once. And I still am. It was a long time ago, to be sure, and I was primarily a bench-warmer, but I was proud to be on the team, and proud of my “L.”  And I still am.

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General News

Lebanon to host Homeland Security Expo

By JENNIFER HORTON
The Wilson Post

Members of the public are invited to attend the upcoming Urban Area Security Initiative Expo at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center, hosted by the City of Lebanon in conjunction with the Tennessee Office of Homeland Security on Wednesday, June 24.

The hours will be from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The event will highlight the UASI region’s efforts regarding public safety and will also allow the public to see new equipment and see demonstrations of emergency responses.

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With 30 more days, Council still stuck on budget

By BEN DUDLEY
The Wilson Post

After passing a resolution authorizing a continuing appropriation and budget for fiscal year 2008-09 for 30 more days, Lebanon City Council is $527,000 short of balancing next year’s budget.

 

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