"Build it and they will come" is one of the most recognized lines from the movie "Field Of Dreams."
Those who know him best say he is the hardest working man in Wilson County, but for all his diverse vocations, David Wright always has made getting children to school safely and on time job number one.
The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce proudly supports the new Wilson County Expo Center. We believe that all Wilson County cities, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown will benefit from the Expo Center.
With three days to go before the deadline for submitting a petition to require a countywide referendum on funding for the planned Wilson County Expo Center, opponents of the center don't claim they have enough valid signatures yet to submit the petition successfully.
Global Vision Bible Church Pastor Greg Locke might be described as a renegade pastor because he never shies away from controversy. But, his June 1 Facebook video message lit a firestorm nationwide, with hateful feedback, as well as some support. It hit the "viral" pinnacle in record time.
Hunters Point men's invitational
Hunters Point golf Course will stage its 38th annual Men's Invitational Saturday and Sunday, June 27 & 28. Entry fee is $100 and includes green fees for practice round and two tournament rounds (carts not included), cash prizes, dinner Saturday evening.
For more information or to register call the Pro Shop at 615-444-7521 or visit www.hunterspointgolf.com
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Longtime Wilson Central teacher and coach Brian Howard couldn't wait any longer.
Howard, an assistant to Wildcat baseball coach Anthony Ford for over a decade and the WCHS golf coach, has resigned to take a higher paying position near his Rutherford County home.
Following a two-year courtship Howard finally gave in and accepted a faculty spot at Stewarts Creek High -- a relatively new Class AAA school in Smyrna.
CU baseball camps
Cumberland University's baseball camps will crank up Monday, June 8 through Thursday, June 11 with two sessions of the popular hitting camp.
The morning session for players ages 6-9 starts at 9 a.m. and runs until 12 Noon. The afternoon session for players 10-12 runs between the hours of 1 - 4 p.m. Cost is $95 per player and includes a t-shirt as well as instruction from Cumberland coaches and players.
The all day fundamental camp for ages 9 through 14 will be held the week of June 15-18 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Cost is $175 per player. Visit gocumberlandathletics.com/campsclinics.
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