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Lebanon Publishing Media Kit 2014

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November 9-10, 2013 Vol. 125, No. 223


Leadership Wilson’s annual Dare to Dine does it again. Page B1

Check out Wilson County’s Most Wanted and Sheriff’s reports. Page A2

Friends and loved ones mourn the loss of community members. Page A3

Leadership Wilson tackles tour of business, industry. Page A4


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” T O W N I N U C T P R O D T E Caitlin Rickard • Lebanon Democrat E S T A Wilson County Director of Schools Timothy Setterlund speaks with a Mt. Juliet Elementary kindergartner helping stuff stockings for soldiers Friday.

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Gay said the school stuffs stockings every other year and has been doing it for 10 years. Originally they sent 200 small plastic stockings, according to Gay, but that wasn’t nearly enough. “My sister-in-law gets all of the stockings, and this year we’ve got 500 to send,” Gay said. She also said that every item sent, and even the shipping, is donated. Items used to stuff the stockings included Slim Jims, toothpaste, sunflower seeds, gum, candy, cookies, chips, crackers, travel-size toiletries and individual drink packets, such as Crystal Light, among other things. Gay said all the stockings will be sent to Afghanistan this year, and the stockings will probably be sent Friday or Saturday. “I’ve received calls and emails in the past, thanking us, from soldiers who’ve received the stockings,” Gay said. “It’s just something to make Christmas a little brighter for them.” Master Sgt. Josh Hanson, whose stepson is in kindergarten at the school,

A fourth city of Lebanon employee was accused of theft Thursday, but unlike the previous three cases, the suspect was charged with stealing city property, not utilities. According to police reports, Lebanon Water Department worker Derrick Theodore Lugg, 29, of Lebanon, was charged with theft of property less than $500 in value after an investigation revealed he apparently took old water meters and gave them to his roommate, who unknowingly sold them as scrap. “We were notified by water department officials they had received information someone was stealing water meters from the Public Works Trousdale Department,” said Lebanon police County’s Dillon Burn Chief Scott Bowen. “The employee ley make s his way By JERRY did confess to stealing the water RICHMOND through Sports Staff Red Boilin meters and having someone else sell The Trou Writer g Springs defense them for scrap. We believe the other pleted an sdale County Kevin Crea Nov. 1. Yellow Jack undefeate with a 49-1 person had no knowledge they were d ets com“We are sy. 4 win at regular season Frida happy to Jackets were stolen.” Creasy said. Red Boil be 10 and y nigh “That zero,” Coac Public Works Commissionerin Jeff set at the 2008 and also perfect in ing Springs. The t h their beginnin was one of the goal 2010 unde Baines said Lugg will appear in a people didn g of the r the guid first 10 games s that ance of Coac hearing next week to review allegaI am glad ’t believe that season and a lot we of it would h tions of theft, conducting personal of people these guys are mak happ and ing belie en and believing business on city time and using his vers out it themselve position for personal gain. s. We are “We will have a departmental hearing with him scheduled for Tuesday By MARIE CORHERN at 9 a.m., Baines said. “He has been Managing Its Editor a day charged with theft of city property. will be dointo honor all veter Park Satu ans, and This is following our rules and regu- g it in style rday This Trousdale The para . . year’s celeb lations. I will present service, ceremony de will be at 4 a parade ration will featu p.m., with the information to him precedin and even g it at a mem ts at Hart re a memorial Memorial Wall I have received at that . The para 3 p.m. at the Vete orial sville City same as the de route rans time. will be the This year Christmas parade. “At this time, he is ’s parade will featu suspended without re 34 float 2013 Ford s, cars Escape SUV pay, and he has turned 4X4 over his keys and 2012 Ford 1673 West Explorer Main Street other equipment to his SUV Lebanon, supervisor. After his Theodore LuggTN 37087 (615)

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