May could be the prime month for anglers. Regardless of what sort of fishing you do: boat-bank-wade-pond-float, this is a great month for catching all manner of fish.
Thanks to Roger at Marine Sales, I have been spending quite a bit of time on the lakes in my new boat. Both bass and crappie fishing has been good to excellent.
Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee will host a series of forums for 2014 election candidates running for office in Wilson County.
A total of three forums will take place during the course of the summer at various locations. All candidates have been invited to participate in the forums.
Lo-Life Cruisin’ rolls into the James E. Ward Agricultural Center this weekend.
Lying in the hallway at Mt. Juliet High School as a senior prank resulted in the one-day suspension of some seniors.
Lebanon Wilson Chamber of Commerce CEO Sue Vanatta personally thanked each Lebanon City Council Member on Tuesday night following their vote to approve a contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation for Square safety improvements.
CU opens World Series vs. SDC
By nature, Woody Hunt isn’t much of a night owl. But with his Bulldogs making a 12th appearance in the AVISTA-NAIA World Series late tonight, he’ll make an exception.
Cumberland plays the feature game tonight at 9 p.m. Central Time at Harris Field in Lewiston, ID against San Diego Christian College.
Lebanon High volleyball standout Alex Britt signed scholarship papers Wednesday, May 21 with Freed Hardeman University. Located in Henderson, FHU is a member of the American Midwest Conference -- a new NAIA league.
Cumberland summer camps
Cumberland university will host kids camps for baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball and wrestling this summer. The Bulldog baseball camps run from June 9 to July 3. More information and brochures for all of the summer camps may be found on the camps / clinics page at gocumberlandathletics.com.