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Showing 6 articles from November 5, 2014.


Who's fighting to keep Hwy. 109 safe?

Another day, another report of a fatal accident on Highway 109.

This one comes with news that two Portland High School students were killed Monday night on their way home from a high school bowling match in Gallatin, while two more were injured.


Legal Notices

Public Notices 11/05/2014

John Sloan - Outdoors

This business of the rut

It should be starting right about now. Depending on where you hunt, the pre-rut should be going on now. This is the time the bucks are actively looking for and chasing does.

This is not the peak of the rut. This is not when the largest percentage of does get bred. This is the best time to hunt a mature buck. The peak is not the best time. That should happen just before Thanksgiving.


General News

Principal returns after suspension
Tim Bell
Principal returns after suspension

Six-year Mt. Juliet Middle School principal Tim Bell said he is "ready to be back and be principal and move forward" after a 20 day, non-paid suspension issued by Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright.

Bell's employment is now "probationary (without blemish) for the next two years," according to his "letter of suspension and probation" dated Oct. 8, 2014.


General Sports

MJ/WC hockey plays tonight at Ford Ice
MJ/WC hockey plays tonight at Ford Ice

Club team stands 2-1 on young season
The Mt. Juliet / Wilson Central hockey team will be in action tonight (Nov. 5) as they take on Ensworth/FRA.

The puck drops at 6 p.m. at the new Ford Ice Center, located adjacent to Hickory Hollow Mall in Antioch.

MJ/WC stands 2-1 on the season after splitting a pair of recent games, a 5-1 loss to the Outlaws Oct. 31 and a 3-2 victory over Franklin/Oakland Oct. 29.

Grant Jones earns statewide honor
Grant Jones
Grant Jones earns statewide honor

Cumberland senior Grant Jones was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday after collecting a career-best 12 tackles and intercepting a pair of passes in CU's 49-14 loss at Bethel University Saturday, Nov. 1.

The Chesnee, S.C., native posted his fourth and fifth interceptions of the year, which ranks seventh nationally, returning the second one 43 yards on the first drive of the third quarter.

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