I think of her every year about this time. It was early March when she broke it off. When I close my eyes, I can still see her shaking her head.
Years ago, line was not very good. After a day in the hot sun, it would break easily. And that is what happened with the biggest smallmouth I ever hooked. She was easy over eight pounds. That is why I say hooked. Because I did not get her in the boat.
I confess. I haven’t followed the NBA that closely since the great Celtics-Lakers rivalry.
It didn’t get any better than Magic Johnson-Larry Bird. Later the NBA games turned into Sumo wrestling matches.
More than 30 local Keller Williams Realty associates joined forces on Thursday morning to beautify the home of a very grateful Wilson County resident.
A couple of parents are concerned that an article in Wednesday’s edition of The Wilson Post regarding the banning of a particular book by the Wilson County Board of Education might have led to some confusion.
The Potters House Ministries is regrettably closing after serving Wilson County for the past 22 years due to insufficient funding.
Bulldogs vs. Brewton-Parker
Cumberland's baseball team will play Brewton-Parker in the NAIA Championship Opening Round 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 12 in Kingsport.
Live radio coverage of Cumberland's postseason run can be heard on WCOR AM-1490 beginning a 1:15 p.m from Hunter Wright Stadium. The Barons (32-11) are the No. 2-seed in the Opening Round; Cumberland is the No. 3.
Wilson Central 12, Beech 3
SHACKLE ISLAND -- Kyle Hubbuch was a busy man Wednesday, May 7 as Wilson Central thumped Beech 12-3 in the 9-AAA finals.
A Univ. of North Alabama signee, Hubbuch (5-4) pitched a complete game five-hitter with seven strikeouts. He also drilled a grandslam homer in the top of the fourth to give his squad a comfortable 6-0 lead over the Bucs.
Cameron Woodfin, the most prolific single season scorer in the history of the Mt. Juliet High soccer program, has signed an NCAA National letter of Intent and scholarship papers to continue his education and athletic career at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City.
Hole-in-One at LG&CC
Johnny Clark recorded a hole-in-one Wednesday, May 7 at the Lebanon Golf & Country Club. Clark, a club member, aced hole No. 4, playing at 120 yards. Witnesses included: Jimmy Wright, Robbie Harp and Gwynn Lanius.