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But according to LifeWay Research, a survey conducted two weeks before Easter showed 39 percent planned on attending an Easter worship service while 41 percent planned on going.
Not only does the event serve as one of the best rodeos in the area, but also more importantly, it is there to raise money for Lebanon and Wilson County charities.
John Randall Baggott, 44, of Antioch, was charged with driving on a revoked license, possession of schedule II for resale and simple drug possession.
Wilson County's observance of the 2014 National Day of Prayer will be May 1 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Lebanon at 227 E. Main St. "We would like to invite everyone who believes in the power of prayer and has a heart for the soul of our nation to come and join us in this celebration of faith and freedom," event organizer ... (more)
The event, which is a tradition for decades, is set to continue again this year at the Lebanon Square at 6:30 a.m. This year's Sunrise Service will feature two speakers, Pastor Stephen Manley of Cross Style Church and Pastor John Hunn of Immanuel Baptist Church.
A group of about 200 individuals and families all driving motorhomes will converge on Lebanon during the first week of May. The International Area of the Family Motor Coach Association will have its Motorhome Rally on May 2-6 at the James.
Sports Village owner Peggy Keel, who coordinates the event with the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce said sign-ups have been good for the 2014 edition, but there all still spots available for those wishing to participate who have not registered.
As "National Public Safety Telecommunicator's Week" moves along, we continue to recognize the public safety telecommunication workers in Wilson County for their role in providing emergency assistance to those in need at all hours.
"I chose the name 'Aprima' because it comes from the Latin word which means 'of first importance' or 'above all else,'" Altman said.
Southeast Impressions has been serving Lebanon for 17 years. The screen printing company that serves Wilson and several surrounding counties, is owned by Janyce and Terry Spurlock.
Tareko Marquis Butler, 34, of Lebanon, was charged with two counts of domestic assault, resisting arrest, two counts of assault, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
"Besides working with a trainer in small groups and having full access during the month to Sports Village Fitness, the best part is that is affordable to everyone at only $49," said Peggy Keel owner of Sports Village.
Local attorney, Shelley Thompson Gardner, would like to announce her intention to seek election as Judge for Wilson County's General Sessions Court Division II.
Lebanon police arrested a man early Tuesday morning after he drove his car into a home on South Maple Street.