I can still smell, sometimes, even see it. The clean crisp smell of late autumn, the smell of the leaves as I gathered some kindling. The dusty smell of the one room cabin, the ashes in the old wood stove and the shallow, muddy river. I had use of the place and permission to hunt the farm for a couple weeks and I had come to kill the genetically best of the breed.
In any sport, winning beats losing. It's why they keep score.
In the case of the Titans, what a difference a week made. Last week, they dropped a close 29-28 decision to the visiting Cleveland Browns. It was lost in the most bizarre fashion - taking a 28-3 lead only to allow the Browns to score 26 unanswered points.
West Wilson booms, city seeks recruiter
The City of Lebanon is searching for someone to take the reins of economic development and recruitment.
Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead said that three interviews with potential candidates have been held, but no decision has been made at present time. Currently, Craighead is filling in when he can to promote the city.
MJCA at home; FCS on the road
Wilson County's four public schools are taking tonight off with scheduled open dates -- but Division II programs Mt. Juliet Christian Academy and Friendship Christian School will be in action.
The Saints of MJCA (1-6, 0-2) will be at home this evening, taking on The King's Academy. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Suey Field.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- After No. 11 Cumberland played perhaps its best half of football of the season and mounted a 16-7 lead at intermission, the unthinkable happened and No. 7 Faulkner rallied for 27 second half points to defeat the Bulldogs 34-16 Saturday, Oct. 18 at Billy D. Hilyer Stadium.
With the game seemingly under control, Cumberland lost its quarterback tandem to injury within minutes late in the second quarter.
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