Thaxton T. Armbruster, 29
Juanita Chumney Kee, 98
Rita Parks Goins, 68
There's something easy about traveling with your nuclear family. No grandma, no grandpa, no aunts, uncles, no cousin twice removed. Just you and the kids. Easy in the sense that there's no expectations of how to behave. You're in your comfort zone because you share your life with these people day in, day out. They know you will order dessert at every meal on vacation. You know deep sea fishing isn't worth the money but totally worth it for the memories.
From Prosperity to Lebanon, Dewey Fite hasn't come too far, maybe 27 or 28 highway miles, during his 97 years.
Well, it's Halloween time again. With that in mind, I would like to encourage everyone to have a safe and happy Halloween. Below is a list of preventive steps I've prepared for the citizens. These are tips you may find helpful in making your Halloween a safe and fun adventure for all involved.
Cleaning up the garage the other day, I came across a stack of outdated items that I had almost forgotten about. There were two VHS players, still both functional but no longer used because everything is now blu-ray or DVD. I didn't want to throw them away, but there was no use for them anymore except maybe in the realm of educational toys.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department recently announced that three officers have graduated from the 10-week Basic Police School at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) in Nashville.
Mt. Juliet's Providence Marketplace mall and theater will be the site of a full-scale active shooter training exercise tomorrow night on Wednesday, October 14 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The training will begin after the mall closes in order to not disrupt businesses in and around the site.
The community is invited to Braydon's Birthday Bash this Saturday at Snow White Drive-In in Lebanon.
The city of Mt. Juliet has pinpointed a potential site for a third fire station, but wants to do due diligence before they make a decision.
Three people died on Wilson County roadways over the weekend in two separate accidents, one on Interstate 40 in Mt. Juliet, the other on Sparta Pike near Uncle Pete's Truck Stop.
Defensive player of the week --
Cumberland safety Tyler Burr was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday after posting nine tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss, one pass breakup, one quarterback hurry and one interception in a 54-21 victory over Kentucky Christian.
The Alexandria, Ala., native was the team's leading tackler in the contest, posting five solo stops, and broke up a pass in the end zone on a drive that ended with a missed field goal for the Knights.
Born and raised in Wilson County, Jennifer Winfree currently resides across the Dekalb County line; however, her family ties, local political involvement and longtime career at Watertown Elementary School will forever make her a Woman of Wilson at heart.
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