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Illness forces extra cleaning at SHE

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

A shigella bacteria that was identified at Sam Houston Elementary School this past week has administrative and custodial staff taking proactive action, said Lebanon Special School District Director Scott Benson.

He said a handful of students, either sent home or absent from school, were diagnosed with the bacterial infection through doctors office or emergency room visits. The students experienced symptoms of shigella, including fever, vomiting, stomach cramping and diarrhea.

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Illness forces extra cleaning at SHE

By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post

A shigella bacteria that was identified at Sam Houston Elementary School this past week has administrative and custodial staff taking proactive action, said Lebanon Special School District Director Scott Benson.

He said a handful of students, either sent home or absent from school, were diagnosed with the bacterial infection through doctors office or emergency room visits. The students experienced symptoms of shigella, including fever, vomiting, stomach cramping and diarrhea.

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Squires OK Veterans Park, Plaza

By AMELIA MORRISON HIPPS
The Wilson Post

The hope that groundbreaking for the Wilson County Veterans Plaza and Museum could take place on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, may very well become a reality after Monday nights vote to appropriate $600,000 to the project.

The funding comes from the final payment from the sale of the old Mt. Juliet Elementary School and was approved by a 20-3 vote of the Wilson County Commissioners.

The property was sold for $3 million in 2010 payable in installments of $1.2 million at the time of closing, which was in February 2011, followed by payments of $600,000 over the next three years.

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Squires OK Veterans Park, Plaza

By AMELIA MORRISON HIPPS
The Wilson Post

The hope that groundbreaking for the Wilson County Veterans Plaza and Museum could take place on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, may very well become a reality after Monday nights vote to appropriate $600,000 to the project.

The funding comes from the final payment from the sale of the old Mt. Juliet Elementary School and was approved by a 20-3 vote of the Wilson County Commissioners.

The property was sold for $3 million in 2010 payable in installments of $1.2 million at the time of closing, which was in February 2011, followed by payments of $600,000 over the next three years.

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