Joshua Steven Cannon, 27
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We had another one of "those" mornings. When my feet hit the floor, I had no idea that the first words out of my mouth would start the day off on a very bad note. By the time "Good Morning America" came on, the guilt kicked in.
When folks start to talking about the whopper that got away, well, when it comes to the whole hog, nothing's going to beat the tale of Big Bill.
As I write this weeks article, the temperature has been pushing 60 degrees. Next week's will be in the 70's. I had a few snow flurries on the buttercups and now I am ready to start planting my summer flowers
Mt. Juliet was abuzz Monday afternoon when a tractor trailer truck carrying 420 beehives, and as many as 20 million bees, overturned.
Special biotechnology courses offered to students at Lebanon High School would prepare them for either college or a career, LHS chemistry teacher Melissa Bunch told the Wilson County School Board at its regular meeting Monday night.
The Wilson County School Board voted 3-2 Monday to buy a site for a new high school on the county's western side at the corner of North Greenhill Road and US 70/Lebanon Road that connects with the W. A. Wright Elementary property.
Forging ahead with anvils of love helps the parents of Austin Wilkerson get through the days since their vivacious and precocious son died of an incredibly deadly type of brain aneurism Sept. 23, 2014.
MT. JULIET - Wilson County's next new high school will be in the heart of Mt. Juliet's Northtown District, which is City Commissioner Ray Justice's jurisdiction.
Friday night was a powerful moment for the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center with a gala to kick off their capital campaign to raise $2.5 million dollars for a new building.
Finding the perfect prom gown or wedding dress for $50 or less is practically unheard of; however, thanks to a generous donation, The Wilson County Help Center is offering just that.
Is there something in your life that you want to change? Something you think about occasionally, maybe even often? But no matter how much you think about the change you just never get around making it happen?
Often referred to simply as "Miss Hattie," Wilson County native Hattie Bryant, is a name that almost everyone in town has heard of. In case you missed her teaching in the classrooms of Market Street Elementary or Lebanon Junior High, her legacy as a gifted and devoted educator lives on through Winfree Bryant Middle School - named in her honor.
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