Have you heard of those tribes in the rainforests of Brazil that have existed centuries without any contact with modern civilization? Except for the fact that I've been vaccinated for measles and whooping cough and would look ridiculous holding a spear, other than that, I'm pretty certain we've been living parallel lives.
This has been one of the most unpredictable winter seasons that I can ever remember. April should be and usually is a warm month. March held on as we fought some colder and windy days. This all makes it difficult for us to decide what we should wear each day and into evening. If you are like me, right now you want to be thinking warm weather, sleeveless dressing and no coat!
Classic country and pop crooner Mandy Barnett kicked off her public performing career at the age of 5 at her church in Crossville.
And while she was making a name for herself in East Tennessee over the next five years, it was not until she and her mom came to Cedars of Lebanon Flea Market in search of song tracks that her music education really clicked into high gear.
On March 12, 2016, a benefit concert was held to honor Liz Reese and the Brooks House. On behalf of the board of directors of Community Homeless Outreach & Support, Inc. (dba Brooks House) and its residents, we would like to thank all that came out to support and enjoy a wonderful evening.
Agee & Johnson Realty and Auction of Wilson County and Parks Auction Co./Parks Realty recently announced the completion of a merger effective March 1.
The 15th Judicial District Child Advocacy Center raised funds for their programs with a new spin on "A Chocolate Affair."
The Wilson County School Board has offered an olive branch to the City of Mt. Juliet April 4 in a nearly two-year-old lawsuit over the city's past failure to share its liquor-by-the-drink (LBD) tax revenues with the county schools.
Tanner Smith's last conversation with good friend Austin Wilkerson was prophetic in a way.
The Lebanon Special School District will host STEP (Support and Training for Exceptional Parents), Inc. for training to help parents learn about their child's educational needs and their rights under IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) during a workshop on Monday, April 11.
Not only are the buds popping this early Spring, business is as well in Mt. Juliet. Hardly a block goes by without the clang of machinery as a myriad of restaurants and shops go verticle.
Anticipation is growing for the Future Farmers of America student plant sale at Lebanon High School.
A rockin' fundraiser held at The Capitol Theatre on Friday night raised $15,000 for Prospect, Inc.
Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon, formerly University Medical Center, will host its annual free sports screening day for Wilson County student-athletes on Saturday, April 16 from 7:30 until 11:30 a.m. at the physical therapy department on the ground floor of the patient tower.
Lebanon thumps Summertown in finals
BRENTWOOD -- Lebanon stormed to the championship of the annual Chick-fil-A Classic Saturday evening at Crockett Park, thumping Summertown 11-1 in the Gold Division finals.
Now 13-9-1 overall, the Lady Devils can set their sights on Thursday's 6 p.m. home game with District 9-AAA rival Wilson Central and Friday's 6 p.m. contest at Friendship Christian.
Sometimes people don't realize how hard it can be to make a permanent change. They struggle with overcoming a bad habit or with creating a new, more beneficial one and they get frustrated. They question everything from what they eat, to what exercises to do and in what order. They even look for the miracle pill that doctor so-and-so was talking about on the teletube. But seldom do they look at their environment.
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