Joseph Dewey Fox, 54
Maria F. Burlison, 72
Opal Alene Ware, 90
Everyone is thankful for something. Even on the day of Thanksgiving, when 40 members of your family are talking loud, complaining about the food temp, and wondering "out loud" if the serving dish used for stuffing belongs to them.
Gabryelle Conklin was born first of triplets at only 25 weeks gestation. She weighed one pound, 12 ounces. She was very healthy at birth, receiving better scores than either of her sisters, though they were all immediately intubated and placed on life support.
Nip it in the bud!
Those were the words David Browning, famed for his portrayal as the Mayberry Deputy, feared he would hear the first time he met his inspiration, Don Knotts, the comic legend who created intrepid lawman Barney Fife.
This past weekend with the crisp cool mornings and a bit of a warm up has me back out in the front yard planting flower bulbs again. It's hard work, but I will be rewarded with beautiful early spring tulips and buttercups.
It seems like we spend a lot of time talking about how great it is to have a healthy sales tax revenue to help to keep our property taxes low. While this is true, it's not the only contributor. The 24 businesses lining the route we know as the 840 corridor bring in over $4 million a year in both real and personal property taxes, but this hasn't always been the case.
With what seems like a daily dose of bad news on our televisions, radios and computers, it's easy to see how someone could get depressed, stressed and become downright miserable. These are tough times most of us have never seen.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - on the Lebanon Public Square, that is.
Musical theatre students of the Cumberland Arts Academy are gearing up to show off what they've learned this semester. They will present a Christmas Cabaret show this weekend.
It's a rather large garden tucked in the most unusual place. In the summer it's bountiful, way back there near the parking lot at Charlie Daniels Park.
Mt. Juliet Middle School Theater invites the community to the musical "Annie Jr." on Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12 - the eighth show under the direction of teacher Julie Groover.
County teachers are concerned that the new Tennessee Ready assessments could affect their evaluations, they told the Wilson County School Board Monday night. They're worried because test scores may be lower on the new assessments for reasons having nothing to do with teaching and learning.
Following energetic chants and claps from dozens of pumped up red-capped employees and local dignitaries, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam gave Under Armour executives a "huge thank you" and said they were "great partners" and will provide a huge "economic and social impact to Tennessee."
Every time I sit down to write an article, I try to think of something groundbreaking. The want to deliver some life-shattering piece of advice is almost overpowering.
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