Dr. Mary Douglas Martin, 86
Joseph Edward "Lucky" O'Guin, 67
John Paul Dickens, 81
This is the Watertown High School Principal's List, Honor Roll for the 3rd Nine Weeks.
I wonder how many times I have been fishing in my life. Just a guess and probably a conservative one; I guess over 10,000 and probably quite a bit over that. I have been a member of F-F-F for many years.
Why? Why go fishing that much?
Have you ever wondered why we as humans act the way we do sometimes? Why do we worry so much about how other people perceive or think of us? Why are we bothered when people see us not made-up, our hair a mess, non-shaven, the lack of makeup and so on? Why do we apologize about our home not being neat and clean when someone shows up unexpectedly or without notice?
I was excited to get the new audio CD in the mail. I had ordered it from The Great Courses Company a couple of weeks ago, and I knew it would be interesting. The subject, "Memory throughout the human lifespan," was to be delivered in 24 lectures of 30 minutes each by a college professor. It was supposed to help with both the understanding and performance of memory.
The Journey Home Project, founded by country music star Charlie Daniels and his manager, David Corlew, to help military veterans, made one of their largest donations to-date in Nashville last week.
The Good Wheel Cruisers are coordinating a Car, Truck & Bike Show benefit scheduled for Saturday, April 16 at Snow White Drive-In.
A Mt. Juliet resident bitten by a dog said the incident may have been avoided if Mt. Juliet Animal Control had taken her earlier concerned calls and messages about a pack of roaming at-large dogs in the neighborhood seriously.
Young people between the ages of 14 and 20 are invited to apply for the upcoming Wilson County Sheriff's Office Post #328 Explorers Academy.
Phoenix splits with Talladega Tuesday
Cumberland's baseball's home game with Bethel University is set for a 3 p.m. Wednesday first pitch at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.
CU hits the road this weekend for a three-game Mid-South Conference series versus Georgetown College.
Cumberland stands 8-7 in league play, tied for fourth with St. Catharine College, with Georgetown just one game behind with six conference games remaining.
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