The moon was so full, looked so close, I thought I could hit it with an arrow.
Maybe before I die, I'll try. Could be, it just looked close because I am at 10,650 feet on the side of a mountain. There is just a touch of frost.
I adjust the pack and slide the bow sling over my head. There is just a touch of frost and the aspens have started to turn.
This past Wednesday we moved our eldest into her new home away from home for the next four years.
In just three short months, the weather will be cooler, the days will be shorter and the holiday decorations will be everywhere. That's the perfect time for the Wilson Living Holiday Expo & Gala, and we couldn't be more excited to be bringing it to you for the seventh year in a row!
It was a case of "third time's the charm" for brunette beauty Elizabeth Kate Armistead.
Makeup artist Niki Green donated her time and talents to help girls get ready for the third annual Celebrating Beauty Pageant at the Wilson County Fair on Sunday.
Few people got close to the man who remains the only open missing person case in Wilson County.
Lebanon residents David and Willa Burnley recently celebrated 63 years of marriage. With big smiles on their faces, they share stories about their four children, seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. To talk with them, you would never know they are fighting the greatest battle of their lives - again.
In the next couple weeks, readers of The Wilson Post will notice a new paper size for Wilson County's community newspaper.
Beauty Boutique in Lebanon unveiled The Giving Keys, a jewelry collection, last week.
Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead announced on the Coleman & Company radio show Tuesday that the search is on for a new economic development director.
The proposed new Wilson County fire station at Norene, also known as WEMA Station 11, is looking for a home again. Sammie Johnson, who owns part of the planned station site next to the Norene Community Center on Cainsville Road, has withdrawn her offer to donate her family's share of the needed land, according to County Mayor Randall Hutto.
While police have yet to release the results of their investigation into Saturday's alleged attempted abduction of a Mt. Juliet child, the police chief said the entire community should always remain diligent about "stranger danger."
Lebanon Police and Public Safety took action when they witnessed two drones being operated over the Wilson County Fair on Monday night.
Famed improv group The Second City is bringing "Fully Loaded" to the Capital Theatre in Lebanon this fall.
Veterans Service Officer Bernie Ash reported that three flags were stolen from the Wilson County Veterans Park.
Sports Editor Tommy Bryan sat down recently for a series of one-on-one video interviews with Wilson County high school football coaches at Lebanon's O'Charley's -- home of Free Pie Wednesday.
First up is Friendship Christian head coach John McNeal.
Local football fans who have been unable to locate a copy of the 2015 Wilson County High School Football Preview Guide in Wednesday rack issues of The Wilson Post are welcome to drop by our 107-B Bay Court office to pick one up.
Offices will be open Wednesday until 5 p.m.
The publication features schedules, rosters, photos and preview stories on all prep football programs in Wilson County, including: Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, Friendshship Christian School, Lebanon High, Mt. Juliet, Watertown and Wilson Central.
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