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Hattie Phillips Farmer
An interment service followed at 2 p.m. at Wilson County Memorial Park in Lebanon.
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Students' competitive spirit pays off in safe-driving contest
Competition between the three largest Wilson County high schools has always been fierce, but a Mt.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
More reward money offered in shooting
Wilson County Crime Stoppers has issued a reward of up to $1,000 for information about a fatal shooting from October.
Online voting begins for Zaxby's Fan of the Year
A dozen lucky fans are in the running for the coveted prize after they were selected fans of the week by The Lebanon Democrat staff during high school football games in Wilson County this season.
Most Wanted/Sheriff's Reports for Dec. 3, 2013
Editor's Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame.
Wilson County is ramping up the holiday season
In Lebanon, the weekend begins with the Historic Places Tour that takes visitors around town to some of the city's well-known landmarks and older homes.
Mayor holds final forum
Monday's forum was the second held to answer community members' questions about a plan do develop an entertainment district and city-run event center.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Cyber Monday creates a frenzy of activity at Amazon facility
MURFREESBORO -- Seven miles of conveyor belts at the massive Amazon.com fulfillment center on Joe B. Jackson Parkway offered an accurate snapshot of Cyber Monday madness today, jammed with packages destined for locations near and far, sorted and boxed up by thousands of frenzied workers who signed on for the online retailer's busiest season.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
City event center talks continue
City officials will address a couple hot-button topics next week, beginning with a forum to discuss plans for the proposed Cumberland Center Development District.
Wilson students will get to visit with doctor via video
Students in Wilson County who come down with minor ailments soon will be able to see a doctor without leaving their schools.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Scholarship gala set to honor local man
The community is coming together to honor the memory of a Lebanon man who was killed in a shooting in August.
Wilson jobless rate rises in October
According to figures released Wednesday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, October's jobless rate in Wilson County rose 0.3 percent to 6.6 percent from September's rate of 6.3 percent.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Thanksgiving arrives early at 'Mission Possible'
Thanksgiving arrived early at the Nashville Rescue Mission Tuesday as volunteers fried turkeys by the dozen for Tracy Lawrence's "Mission Possible."
Historic Places Tour adds another stop
Historic Lebanon will feature its sixth annual Historic Places Tour on Dec. 7 from 5-8:30 p.m. and will have yet another stop on the route.
Lebanon man relies on faith after wrongful imprisonment
After all, he was wrongfully accused of rape and first-degree burglary, sentenced by a jury of his peers to 100 years in prison and spent nearly 32 of those years in confinement until his release in July 2009.
Wilson Briefs: Alcohol may have played role in deadly wreck
James C. Austin of Lebanon was dead at the scene after being ejected from the 2001 Dodge truck, according to Lebanon Chief of Police Scott Bowen.
New firm moves into former Garr building
A Mt. Juliet landmark on Lebanon Road that closed at the end of August has a new tenant and the potential for a second, according to the property owner.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Public urged to see plans in person
Two similar, yet quite different, sets of plans are on the table now that could bring significant changes to Lebanon and Wilson County residents' lives in the future, and it's important they be studied carefully.
Letter to the Editor: Stiffer penalties should come to graffiti artists
Latino graffiti, or any other kind of graffiti, on walls and other places in Lebanon is a sign of the times.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Santa For Seniors becomes savior program
"Everyone on my staff has a passion for seniors, starting with me," said Maggie Lea, owner of Home Instead in Mt.