With Snow-mageddon- Part 2 finally behind us and spring looking like it's here to stay, I did what many of you probably did this weekend. I broke out the summer wear.
Whether waiting tables or cooking hot meals, Lebanon's Barb Robertson has seen a lifetime of hungry folks walk away from her feeling mighty full. That's not a bad way to say good-bye.
There is always someone who thinks about predictions about the weather. Up in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, people have taken it upon themselves to turn to a large rodent to let them know when spring arrives.
Local Mt. Juliet leaders had a unique way to connect personally with lawmakers during the third annual "Chamber Day on the Hill" Tuesday.
Two Georgia men were arrested and booked into the Wilson County Jail on Monday as part of an ongoing Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) sex trafficking investigation.
Three grapplers earm AA status --
Cumberland finished ninth among 43 schools and three Bulldog wrestlers - Jake Williams, Scott Stewart and Kyle Delaune - were named NAIA All-Americans at the conclusion of the national championships, as announced Monday by the national office.
The Bulldogs finished with 55.5 points for ninth place, just 5.5 behind Campbellsville University, which was sixth in the overall standings.
Wilson Central 7, Baldwin Co. 0
GULF SHORES, AL -- Vanderbilt signee A.J. Franklin was in mid-season form Monday, leading Wilson Central to a 7-0 win over Brandon County, MS.
The senior lefty allowed just one hit over five innings of work with 13 strikeouts to get the decision. The Wildcats took an early lead with three runs in the top of the first inning.
Watertown scores 33 runs Monday --
WATERTOWN -- Making themselves right at home at their new on-campus field, Watertown High's softball team pounded out 18 hits and scored 33 runs over just six innings of play Monday, sweeping a pair of mercy-rule games from Middle Tennessee Christian and Lancaster Christian.
"After all the snow and cold, we just wanted to get on the field and play," said WHS head coach Brandy Holcomb. "We've got a lot more work to do, but this was a good start to the season."
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