Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, June 14 at the Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mr. L.T. "Rawhide" Jenkins.
Mr. Jenkins was a longtime law enforcement officer with the Lebanon Police Department and a former member of the Wilson County Commission. He also worked with the Alcoholic Beverage Commission and served for a time as the Chief of the Watertown Police Department.
Party-goers will remember the 2014 Phoenix Ball as one for the ages.
The countdown to Wilson County’s most glamorous and talked about affair began with a rocking Patron’s Party on Thursday evening. The party this year was hosted by Henry Drilling and Pumps, Inc. owner Brandon Allen, and his wife, Linlee, of Ava Mac Designs.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, along with Southtec, LLC officials on Wednesday announced the company will expand its current operations in Lebanon.
MT. JULIET -- The YMCA is looking for a new home in Mt. Juliet, and city officials say they will try to help.
After Jessica Fain, spokeswoman for the YMCA of Middle Tennessee, announced plans to close the Y’s storefront facility in the Valley Center shopping center at 1315 North Mt. Juliet Road at the end of this year, she added that the Y plans to continue serving its members in Mt. Juliet.
An employee of Cracker Barrel Old Country Restaurant died as a result of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle accident late Sunday night on Interstate 40 near the Gordonsville exit at mile marker 252.