A few years before she was approached to host WLAC Radio's "The Power of Real Estate," successful Realtor Michelle Moore added "author" to her resume.
Coles Ferry Elementary School fourth grader Gretchen Marler displays a letter from Orange County, California firefighter Kathleen R. Lange
Mt. Juliet will be a mecca for all things outdoors for the next three days with an all out bash that includes a chance to swap swamp tales (and get autographs and selfies) with the infamous History Channel's "Swamp People," attend concerts performed by modern country music legend Darryl Worley, meet the "Bone Collectors" and so much more at Gander Mountain's first anniversary bash.
Lifting the longtime ban on fireworks in the City of Lebanon has, financially speaking, worked in the city's favor. Permit sales alone have garnered $34,623 in revenue this year, according to Business Tax Clerk Priscilla Patton.
A crowd of 155 Tennessee State University alumni and supporters gathered at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center on Friday evening for the third annual Scholarship Banquet presented by the Wilson County Alumni Chapter of TSU.
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