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Council approves public records policy

Taking a bite out of the Wilson County Fair

Great Give-away "a blessing" for local caterer

Calvin Gaskey gave his daughter the winning-edge on Tuesday night at the Wilson County Fair’s Great Give-Away.

GoodSports considers Lebanon location

A meeting will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 27 at 8 a.m. in Lebanon City Hall to discuss preliminary details of a sports complex and hotel considering a Lebanon location.

General Sports

LHS assistant coach fired, charged

LHS assistant coach fired, charged
Toby Bates

Lebanon High is shuffling the responsibilities of its varsity football staff after offensive line coach Toby Bates was relieved of his duties earlier this week.
A non-faculty assistant in his second season with the Blue Devils, Bates allegedly threatened and head-butted a player -- who was wearing a helmet -- Tuesday after practice.

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Aug. 19 results

Watertown tops Wilson Central
WATERTOWN -- Down 2-0 after two games, Watertown High rallied for a 3-2 volleyball victory over visiting Wilson Cental High Tuesday evening. Game scores: 22-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-21 and 15-7.
Improving to 1-1 following a season-opening loss Monday at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, WHS was led by Paige Mock with nine kills and seven aces.

Shaine Jaime joins CU wrestling staff

Shaine Jaime joins CU wrestling staff
Shaine Jaime

Coached fighters on reality TV series
LEBANON -- Cumberland University wrestling coach Todd Allen announced the hiring of two-time All-American and The Ultimate Fighter Reality TV show coach Shaine Jaime as the program’s new full-time assistant coach.

Jaime was a two-time Division II All-American at Central Washington University, placing third twice during his career for the Wildcats.

Wildcats to open 2014 season on TV

Wildcats to open 2014 season on TV
Weston Rountree

Sinclair Broadcasting, parent company of the Nashville TV station, made the decision to move its highly-popular “Thursday Night Lights” broadcast to Friday in order to avoid a conflict with the new package of Thursday night broadcasts of National Football League games.
Coach Brad Dedman’s Wildcats are coming off a 6-5 record in 2013 and a trip to the playoffs where they dropped a 41-0 to Murfreesboro Oakland.

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