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This split is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s

Even with tropical storm Cindy threatening the area, the annual Banana Day festivities went on. It’s also the day marked Customer Appreciation Day with ...

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Best Wishes 6-25

Southern Standard readers are invited to extend happy birthday and anniversary best wishes to friends and loved ones through this weekly column. Please submit your ...

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Witt honored for longest tenure in state

Witt honored for longest tenure in state

The longest serving Board of Equalization member in the state of Tennessee has been honored for his 61 years of service.

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Chamber develops workforce survey for eight-county area

Chamber develops workforce survey for eight-county area

Tennessee College of Applied Technology-McMinnville and the Warren County Chamber of Commerce are spearheading a unique effort to determine the current and future needs of ...

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Community Calendar 6-25

SUNDAY, JUNE 25

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Urban gardening tips

Urban gardening tips

City dwellers often think gardening is only for those who live in suburbs or rural communities, but planting an urban garden can be easy. Whether ...

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Ron Howard takes helm of Han Solo 'Star Wars' film

By JAKE COYLE ,  AP Film Writer

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New York theater creates digital archive dating to Civil War

NEW YORK (AP) — More than 70,000 playbills, posters and theatrical materials for a Brooklyn, New York theater dating as far back as the Civil ...

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Prince Harry: No one in royal family wants to rise to throne

LONDON (AP) — Britain's Prince Harry has suggested that no one in the royal family really wishes to rise to the throne — and that it ...

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Shroom with a view

Shroom with a view

Fairy gardens, tie-dyed shirts, cultivating mushrooms and working in a certified laboratory are just a few of the experiences students attending the Junior Master Gardener ...

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Safe, healthy grilling

People rely on indoor and outdoor grills to prepare foods all year long. Not only can menu items made on the grill taste delicious, but ...

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Business Roundtable 6-21

Business Roundtable 6-21

In June 1951, President Harry Truman personally dedicated the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) at Arnold Air Force Base. 

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Carla Fendi, philanthropist and fashion force, dies at 79

By COLLEEN BARRY and DANIELA PETROFF ,  Associated Press

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Police searching for $40K violin left at train station

BOSTON (AP) — Authorities are seeking help identifying a woman who took a $40,000 violin accidentally left behind by its owner at a Boston train ...

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Prodigy, half of rap duo Mobb Deep, dead at 42

By MESFIN FEKADU,  AP Music Writer

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Young Scholar's Institute gives students fun new experiences

Young Scholar's Institute gives students fun new experiences

For 33 years and counting, the Young Scholar’s Institute has been enriching the lives of children through their many avenues of education. The YSI ...

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Sam, Betty Boyd celebrate 50 years

Sam, Betty Boyd celebrate 50 years

Sam and Betty Boyd celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with family and friends June 4 in the fellowship hall of Hebron Church of Christ. The ...

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FCEC News 6-18

Hickory Creek FCE met June 5 for the regular monthly meeting at Billy’s Restaurant at 10 a.m. The meeting was called to order ...

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Best Wishes 6-18

Southern Standard readers are invited to extend happy birthday and anniversary best wishes to friends and loved ones through this weekly column. Please submit your ...

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Who's New 6-18

BABY GIRL

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