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Eager to make a big splash for the summer?

Well, Nashville Shores can get you all wet in more ways than you can imagine

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    Eager to make a big splash for the summer?

    Well, Nashville Shores can get you all wet in more ways than you can imagine

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  • Woman of Wilson: Shannon Radel Woman of Wilson: Shannon Radel

    Shannon Radel is a believer in love at first sight - mostly because she experienced it when she met her husband.

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  • Are the Skinny Jeans Dead? Are the Skinny Jeans Dead?

    In the 1960s a man named Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones brought in a style that not only ROCKED the music industry but gave us a view of a new style known now as "skinny" jeans.

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  • Sole Sisters Sole Sisters

    GORDONSVILLE -- From the inside out they make a beautiful band of sisters, these dedicated runners who call themselves the 5 AM Faithful.

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  • Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady

    The past 12 months have been simply dazzling for Tina Brady.

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Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady | WOW, Woman of Wilson, Tina Brady,
Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady

The past 12 months have been simply dazzling for Tina Brady.

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Telling Tales: No Escape | Telling Tales, Escape Nashville, Angel Kane,
Telling Tales: No Escape

For several years we've been blessed to be friends with a fun group of people. We've traveled together, celebrated birthdays together and spent countless hours together at various children's functions, but as life gets busier and busier, our get-togethers have become less frequent.

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The Man in Black's little white house | Johnny Cash, Ken Beck, Bill Carter, music
The Man in Black's little white house

If this 80-year-old house could talk... well, actually it does, through the words and music of the late country music legend Johnny Cash, whose young life was nurtured in this tidy, white five-room house.

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Council splits vote on budget, personnel code

By a 4-1 vote of the Lebanon City Council, the city's budget for the upcoming fiscal year has passed the first of three readings required to enact it, with Ward 6 Councilor Kathy Warmath voting no.

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Mother's Day Dos & Don'ts | Mothers Day, mom, mother, gift, list,
Mother's Day Dos & Don'ts | Mothers Day, mom, mother, gift, list,
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Mother's Day Dos & Don'ts

Husbands and children take note: Mother's Day is Sunday, May 10, and it is a day worthy of celebration. After all, without mothers, none of us would be here.

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Take the 38-mile trip to the Renaissance | feature, community, Renaissance Festival,
Take the 38-mile trip to the Renaissance

To western Wilson County's Larry Chaney and his family, the Tennessee Renaissance Festival is a chance to play "dress up" and get back to the days of Merry Olde England. To Lebanon Starbucks warehouseman Josh Arrington and his wife Christine, it's a great place to take your kid for a camel ride and to chow down on a roasted turkey leg.

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Woman of Wilson: Mary Beard | Cedars Prep, teach, children, Mary Beard,
Woman of Wilson: Mary Beard

A goal of Cedars Prep is to teach children "how to think, not what to think," and one thing is certain - school founder Mary Beard thinks big.

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Insecurity Digest: Married? Fight Like Mad!

I went to a wedding recently. It was a good wedding. A stunning dress, beautiful flowers, a moving exchange, a promising kiss, the thunderous pronouncement. A celebration of love and commitment. Yes, a wonder to behold.

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Woman of Wilson: Kitty Woodson | Woman of Wilson, Kitty Woodson,
Woman of Wilson: Kitty Woodson

As a child, Kitty Woodson heard her mother stress the importance of treating others the way you want to be treated: "Live by the golden rule and you can't go wrong."

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Woman of Wilson: Julie Beasley | Woman of Wilson, Julie Beasley
Woman of Wilson: Julie Beasley

Never say "never" could be Sam Houston Elementary Principal Julie Beasley's motto.

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Dot Ponder to be recognized for 30-plus years in the Girl Scouts | Dot Ponder, girlscouts, Mt. Juliet, Juliette
Dot Ponder to be recognized for 30-plus years in the Girl Scouts

Dot Ponder remembers selling her first box of Girl Scout cookies for 30 cents. That was in Florida when she was a little girl. That first foray into the world of scouting morphed into a 30-plus year career in the Girl Scouts.

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Woman of Wilson: Pat Bryant | Woman of Wilson,
Woman of Wilson: Pat Bryant

She's had a big impact on Wilson County's educational, political and social communities, but Pat Bryant remains a humble woman.

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Drive up to history's front door | Ken Beck, history, Historic Lebanon, Kim Parks, tour, Lebanon, Wilson County, Mt. Juliet, Watertown, Hermitage
Drive up to history's front door

Be watching any day for a batch of 12-by-18-inch signs bearing big green dots to begin popping up in Lebanon, Mt, Juliet and other places around Wilson County.

Once they're up, well, if you dig local history, then it's ready, get set, go time!

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Woman of Wilson: Debbie Melvin | Debbie Melvin, Woman of Wilson,
Woman of Wilson: Debbie Melvin

When RE/Max Exceptional Properties owner Debbie Melvin set out to become a Realtor 29 years ago a special friend supported her dream.

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Insecurity Digest: I Need a Sister Wife

I've always been interested in the idea of the sister wife. No, I'm not a Mormon. No, I'm not advocating polygamy. No, I'm not needing a psychiatric evaluation.

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