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Obituaries

Randy Vanatta, 58

Funeral services are planned for 6 p.m. Thursday, April 4 in the auditorium of Lebanon High School, located on S. Hartmann Drive, for retired LHS teacher and Coach Randy Vanatta.

Coach Vanatta died Saturday, March 30 in a two-car accident at the age of 58.

A member of West Haven Baptist Church, was a 1972 graduate of LHS where he starred for both the Blue Devil basketball and baseball teams. Upon graduation from MTSU in 1976, he was hired by Wilson County Schools and spent the next 30 years as a teacher and coach at Lebanon working with girls basketball and golf.

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General News

Middle Tennessee Electric officials warn members of potential scam

Middle Tennessee Electric officials are warning members about a scam where a Hispanic-speaking male, who identifies himself as a Middle Tennessee Electric employee, is contacting members and attempting to collect bill payments, claiming the account is past due.

Members late on bill payments may receive an automated phone call reminding them of their past due bill, MTEMC Communications Coordinator Todd Palmer said, but they would never receive a call asking members for their private information.

The caller in this situation is encouraging members to get a prepaid debit card and provide that number over the phone.

For those members wishing to pay over the phone we encourage them to initiate the call to MTEMC, Palmer said.

Bill payment methods at MTEMC include bank draft, on-line bill pay, pay by phone, pay by mail and in person. For additional information on ways to pay, interested persons can visit www.mtemc.com or call member service at 1-877-777-9020.

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Tracy Lawrence kicks off Tin Pan South with Friends

Country superstar and Mt. Juliet native Tracy Lawrence is set to kickoff performances at The Station Inn Tuesday night at 6 p.m. for the 21st annual Tin Pan Songwriters Festival.

Lawrence has written chart topping hits, including If The World Had A Front Porch, Cant Break It To My Heart, How A Cowgirl Says Goodbye, Lessons Learned, My Second Home, and Stars Over Texas. He enlisted some of Nashvilles finest songwriters to join in the event, such as collaborator and producer Flip Anderson; Rick Huckaby (Beer with Jesus, Muddy Water, and The Singer); and RCA recording artist Joanna Smith (Flyin By, Gettin Married, and We Cant Be Friends), who is currently on tour with Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley.

Lawrence is set to perform songs he has written, including music from his highly anticipated forthcoming album Headlights, Taillights and Radios, which will be released this August.

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Vanatta service will be held April 4 at LHS auditorium

Funeral services are planned for 6 p.m. Thursday, April 4 in the auditorium of Lebanon High School, located on S. Hartmann Drive, for retired LHS teacher and Coach Randy Vanatta.

Coach Vanatta died Saturday, March 30 in a two-car accident at the age of 58.

A member of West Haven Baptist Church, Vanatta was a 1972 graduate of LHS where he starred for both the Blue Devil basketball and baseball teams. Upon graduation from MTSU in 1976, he was hired by Wilson County Schools and spent the next 30 years as a teacher and coach at Lebanon.

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