Loy Joe Hayes, 76
W.E. Corbett Anderson, 90
Beatrice M. VandenHeuvel, 95
Jack Lackey Jr., 69
The lion emerged slowly.
Layer by layer, his features materialized and great mane took shape. The pounds of gypsum and drywall carved by the patient hand of veteran artist Jeremy Simons, 33, are uncannily lifelike, full of power and homage to the king of the jungle's raw power and strength.
Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead presented a Tourism Development Pilot to several Wilson County commissioners Thursday.
Longtime Lebanon City Council Member Joe Hayes passed away Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. He will be fondly remembered by the community he loved and served.
Since 2002, the Shamrock Society of Lebanon has organized a fund-raising event known as The Low Country Boil. A desire to help neighbors battling cancer and have fun while doing so has fueled the group through the years, and that same spirit carries on this year with a new twist.
A little snow isn't stopping the folks at Sherry's Run from hosting the Inaugural Bone Marrow Drive on Thursday. They have partnered with "Be The Match," a national organization that manages the largest marrow registry in the world. Volunteers are on hand until 7 PM to administer the 10-minute test that could save a life.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) is accepting applications for the 2016 Spring Citizens' Trooper Academy. Classes start the week of March 1, with Nashville classes held on Tuesdays at Cumberland University. Sessions will run from 6 until 9 p.m. weekly.
Following one of the warmest Decembers in history, Wilson County is finally seeing some wintry weather this month.
THURSDAY, JAN. 21 -- Friendship Christian School senior Donny Turner has been awarded the Division II Mr. Bowling Award as presented by the TSSAA.
Turner is the defending Division II champion and is one of the favorites to win the individual title Friday at the Smyrna Bowling Center.
His Commander teammate Nick Norton was a finalist for the award as was Ross Dewey from Donelson Christian Academy.
despite 2015 graduation losses
For a group of kids who weren't supposed to be ready to wrestle at the varsity level, Wilson County's "fantastic five" group of ninth graders have more than answered the bell.
"We lost a big group of seniors from last year," said Central coach John Kramer. "But we've had a fantastic group of freshman step into varsity roles and they are a big reason why we are doing so well."
One of the questions I get asked most often is if you should do cardio before or after lifting weights. I know the reason I get this so often is because people want to make the most of their gym time. I get it. We don't have all day to spend at the gym. So let's see if I can provide some answers.
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