businessman, community leader
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 2 at the Westland United Methodist Church for Mr. Smith, 86, of Lebanon.
Born in Byrdstown and a 1947 graduate of Lebanon High School, Mr. Smith died Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015 at his residence.
Mel Kelley's friends call her the monarch whisperer. Her enthusiasm for this magnificent orange and black-winged insect, crowned the king of the butterflies, knows no bounds.
I like watching football. I like to see the long pass that is grasped in the most outstretched fingertips of the streaking receiver.
Students, teachers staff all safe -
MT. JULIET -- Local police and fire departments responded to Elzie D. Patton Elementary School shortly after 11 a.m. Monday when a bomb threat was phoned in to the school.
According to a press release, at approximately 11 a.m. Monday an automated call stating there was a bomb present in Elzie D. Patton Elementary School was received at the school, according to Steve Spencer, Wilson County Schools' director of safety and emergency management.
In what he describes as several great opportunities in the works for the city, Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead hopes all the planning and hard work will pay off.
The Wilson County Commission approved the 2015-16 budget and set a tax rate before receiving a visit from the ghost of James E. Ward Monday night.
Wilson County faces a $121.3 million problem with a lack of funding for highway construction, but the problem isn't with the county budget. It's with the state budget for the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).
Discipline, confidence, a positive attitude and Wado karate skills are now taught at Wilson County's second David Deaton Karate Studios facility in Lebanon.
All four local mayors met Tuesday to sign into effect National Suicide Awareness Month in their communities beginning Sept. 1.
Despite six months of protest from neighbors and their recently rejected private "counter offer" concession to developers, Mt. Juliet city commissioners approved a 1-million-square-foot warehouse near an established West Wilson neighborhood on final reading Monday night.
TriStar Summit Medical Center hopes to invest $11 million in Mt. Juliet to build a satellite emergency room.
See the title, and I will say, first off, no. But wouldn't that make for a great movie? "Attack of the Killer Lotion!" Run, before it's your last lather... dun dun dunnnnn. I'm going to be a screenwriter when I grow up. Alright, alright, let's get serious.
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