They told me it would happen. My sisters, my brother, my friends, strangers in line at the grocery. I didn't listen. In fact, I despised those words, "You're going to miss this stage."
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump visited The Factory in Franklin on Saturday.
I love watching the world fall asleep. Dark, low-hanging clouds cover the expanse like a soft blanket. Nature stands erect, stained in piercing crimsons and radiant golds. The intense beauty is a wonder to behold. And we do. As temperatures fall, humanity is drawn into the splendor. We can't help ourselves. It is in us to marvel at that we do not understand. And with synchronicity and precision, fall arrives, and we are compelled to dance in its shadows.
In the fall of 1965, I enrolled in college freshman chemistry, and after a few first-quarter tests, my professor, Dr. John T. Skinner approached me after class one day and asked, "Son, where in the world did you take high school chemistry?"
Swings were taken this week in hopes of finding a cure for diabetes.
Controversy reigned at Monday night's Wilson County School Board meeting. First there was a discussion about mold at Watertown Elementary.
An elderly woman was found dead at Lebanon's Don Fox Park and an elderly man was transported to a local hospital around 10 a.m. after an apparent murder-suicide attempt.
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