It is hot and going to get hotter. You can bet on that. It is not daylight and it is 75-degrees.
So, I slip on the fleece jacket to my jogging suit. It will feel good. No matter what the temperature, until the sun gets up, it is cold on the Caney Fork.
Civil process server from Watertown
LEBANON -- A veteran employee of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office has been terminated and faces charges following his indictment by the Wilson County District Attorney's Office.
Joseph R. "Joey" Patton, 45, of Watertown who was a civil service process server prior to his termination Sept. 8, is charged with ten counts of Aggravated Sexual
Battery by an Authority Figure and ten counts of Especially Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor involving a 16-year-old.
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