Mt. Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club members Jacque Benton, left, and John Cheney, second from right, back row, present 15 new teachers at Mt. Juliet High School with checks in the amount of $100 each. The club presented 59 new teachers in the West Wilson County area with $100 to assist them in setting up their classrooms for their first years of teaching. SUBMITTED
As you catch your first glance of the lady in this month's feature, certain things will probably come to mind.
When I was 11-years-old, I met one of my forever best friends.
Destini Riordan walked over to me during Orientation Night at Covenant Christian School in Mobile, Alabama.
With trust between communities and their police forces of paramount importance these days, two Mt. Juliet police officials attended an invitation-only briefing at the White House Sept. 28.
Three four-man crews from Middle Tennessee Electric are on their way to Florida to join efforts to restore power in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Both the pilot and plane are without a scratch after the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in a local farm near the Lebanon Airport shortly after takeoff Friday afternoon, Oct. 7.
Attorney Mark Lee has adult sons who no longer utilize the Lebanon Community Playground at Don Fox Park in Lebanon; however, Lee is on a mission to preserve the landmark for future generations.
The fall installment of Watertown's Mile Long Yard Sale will take place Saturday, Oct. 8.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office recently released a new, easy way for the public to report traffic problems via the MobilePatrol app or a dedicated e-mail address.
Saturday in Garyson, Ky.
Cumberland's football team can reach the .500 mark Saturday as the Phoenix travel to Grayson, Ky. to take on winless Kentucky Christian University.
Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. with live radio coverage starting at 12 Noon on WANT FM-98.9 and on the Internet at wantfm.com.
The Knights stand 0-5 on the season and have scheduled Cumberland for homecoming.
MJ blanks Antioch
ANTIOCH -- Mt. Juliet got touchdowns from its special teams and defense on the way to 45-0 victory over Region 3, 6A rival Antioch Thursday night.
With the win, the Golden Bears moved to 6-2 overall and 4-1 in the region headed into an open week.
"Getting a shutout these days with the up-tempo, spread offenses is a big deal at any level," said MJHS head coach Trey Perry.
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