A spanking new cedar-covered bridge, likely the sole structure of its type in Wilson County, will serve as a span to the past.
It is with great sadness that my best friend and birder, Anthony Gray's mother, Mary Gray, passed away. Like my own mother, she had lived a good long life with plenty of love to go around. I will miss her smiling face when I go over to see them.
I just wanted to share this photo and stories about these four miracle babies! Besides all going to Tuckers Crossroads Elementary and being awesome kids by all accounts, four members of the TXR Cross Country team started out as fighters.
Bids for work on the Wilson County Expo Center open Thursday, and the county mayor hopes local trades fill most of the work.
The fall installment of the Renegade Woodcarvers Roundup was held this week in Fiddlers Grove at the James E. Ward Ag Center.
On Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m., Cumberland University will host a debate focused on the recent controversy surrounding President Andrew Jackson's place on the $20 bill.
Five Oaks residents in an uproar over an upcoming addition to the neighborhood plan to voice their concerns on Oct. 27th to the Lebanon Planning Commission.
With eyes on the dark sky and after a group countdown, a flip of the switch lit 12 LED mast lights at the Mt. Juliet interchange Tuesday night.
Terri Merryman, Director of the Wilson County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is on a mission to "develop our destination" as a steppingstone to Music City, U.S.A.
Longtime Lebanon resident Curly Putman is one of a slate of nominees recently announced for The Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Wilson County Urban Type Facilities Board named James Vaden as Stormwater director.
6 pm Saturday kickoff -
Cumberland's football team will hit the road Saturday for a MSC West Division game against long-time rival Campbellsville University. Kickoff at Finley Stadium is set for 6 p.m. Central Time. Live radio coverage begins at 5:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9.
The Bulldogs and Tigers have played every season since CU revived the football program, with Campbellsville leading the all-time series 13-12.
GALLATIN -- Lebanon High's bowling team picked up a couple of wins Thursday, Oct. 22 against Gallatin High at the Holder family Fun Center.
Lebanon's girls topped the Lady Green Wave 16-11. Individual scoring leaders: Lindsay Manning (235, 220, 182), Amber Brakefield (177, 192, 180) and Hattie Isham (188).
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