Topic: Lebanon TN
Pembroke, KY – When United Southern Bank opened their newest office in Pembroke, KY last week, it opened with a new manager.
Brandon Oldham, a Hopkinsville native with 8 years experience with USB, will take over as Vice President and Branch manager of the new location.
New Johnsonville, TN – Tennessee State Representative John Tidwell is announcing his re-election bid as the Democratic nominee for State House District 74, covering Humphreys, Houston and the western part of Montgomery County.
“We were able to accomplish some great things this year, but we still have a long way to go help working families in Tennessee,” said Rep. Tidwell. “I hope to return next year and continue to find more ways to improve the lives of veterans, provide jobs for hard-working families, and ensure that all families have access to high-quality health care.”
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrests Brad Moss of Wilson County for running an Investment Scheme
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has again arrested a Lebanon man accused of running a scheme to steal money from investors.
At the request of 15th District Attorney General Tommy Thompson, TBI Special Agents began investigating Brad Moss on November 13th, 2013.
During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information, that since 2010, Moss operated an investment scheme in which he sought investors for a planned carwash.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained an indictment for a Wilson County man accused of possessing thousands of images of child pornography.
At the request of 15th District Attorney General Tommy Thompson, TBI Special Agents began investigating John Watkins on March 14th, 2013. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that the Lebanon man was in possession of more than 7,500 digital images and six videos that depicted minor children engaged in sexual activity.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained indictments and the arrest of a man accused of forging his grandmother’s signature as part of a multi-million dollar investment scam.
At the request of 15th District Attorney General Tommy Thompson, the TBI began investigating 43-year-old Brad Joseph Moss on November 13th, 2013.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Junior second baseman Laurel Burroughs, of the Austin Peay State University softball team, has been named this week’s Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week.
Burroughs broke out of an early-season slump with three home runs last week, helping the Lady Govs to a 3-1 record. She hit .333 (4-of-12) with four runs scored and four RBI in addition to her three homers.
Nashville, TN – On Tuesday, October 29th thru Saturday, November 23rd, Verizon Wireless stores in the Nashville area will host a drive to benefit area nonprofits that distribute food to people in need, such as Second Harvest Food Bank, the Salvation Army and Smyrna/LaVergne Food Bank.
The company invites the community to donate non-perishable food items, such as baby food, baby formula, canned beans, canned vegetables, condiments, cookies, crackers, fruit juice, jelly, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, rice, soups and salad dressing. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University Baseball head coach Gary McClure is a candidate for the University of Iowa baseball programs head coaching job.
According to Clarksville Online sources, McClure interviewed for the position last week.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Wednesday afternoon captured one of the state’s Top Ten Most Wanted fugitives in Nashville, TN.
Terrace Dewayne Shaw, 22, was captured at approximately 3:00pm at 2130 Burns Street in Nashville. Both Shaw and his co-defendant, Aderius Bingham, were taken into custody.
Shaw was wanted by Lebanon Police Department for especially aggravated robbery.
Nashville, TN – Springtime cold snaps make strawberry lovers quake in their boots over the quantity and quality of the crop. Fortunately, Tennessee’s strawberry growers report that, if anything, the weather so far has only benefitted the burgeoning berries.
“All fruits sweeten best in hot, sunny weather,” says Pamela Bartholomew, marketing specialist with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, “but Tennessee’s cool, wet spring has actually prolonged the growing process. The cold has thinned out some strawberries, but that’s actually a good thing, too, since the remaining berries will get a bigger share of their plant’s nourishment. It all adds up to a great crop!”
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