Dr. Harvill Eaton, the 25th President of Cumberland University, was honored on Wednesday.
A jazz concert, a preview of the upcoming Christmas production of "Elf," and an emotional Mt. Juliet Middle School Principal Tim Bell all took center stage at the unveiling of MJMS's $2.8 million renovation Tuesday evening.
A trio of mid-state men with diverse professional backgrounds was recently named members of the Cumberland University Board of Trust: Larry Cash, William C. Koch Jr. and Lewis W. Rankin.
To say the county is in a school-building frenzy is an understatement. There are simultaneous multiple renovations, additions and construction on line at this moment.
The weather has been a big factor in our archery season, so far. By hunting the cold fronts, I have managed to kill three does but the hot weather that followed the cold fronts kept me from putting out a lot of effort.
BTW- I am a real fan of the Wasp Dueler broadheads. They are doing a great job out of the TenPoint crossbow.
The near year-long contentious battle between vocal Mt. Juliet neighbors versus a big developer ended last week when the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission voted to approve a final master development plan for a warehouse at Beckwith North.
Wilson County Property Transfers- Sept. 19-23, 2016
A stroke in April 2015 stilled the amazingly gifted hands of local artist-woodcarver Les Vanhook.
How close can you get to the edge of a rock cliff with a Jeep tire before it breaks off? I can tell you from experience that it takes more than a tire's breadth because that was the margin I had on a ride up to Imogene Pass.
Lebanon Mayoral challenger Bernie Ash is questioning whether an open letter penned by incumbent Mayor Philip Craighead reprimanding him is in violation of state law.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department plans to hold Community Appreciation Day, including a chili cook-off and open house, on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at MJPD Headquarters, located at 1019 Charlie Daniels Parkway.
The Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) SharingChange program recently donated $10,000 to Lebanon-based Sherry's Run.
With Halloween mere days away, local children are no doubt anxious to get into their costumes and go trick-or-treating.
Tigers rally to claim 2nd place
WESTMORELAND -- Down 30-20 late in the second quarter, Watertown poured on the gas in the second half for a 49-30 victory over Westmoreland Friday at Eagle Stadium.
With the win the Purple Tigers finished the regular season 9-1 overall and will host a first round Class 2A game Nov. 4 at Robinson Stadium against Chattanooga's Boyd Buchanan.
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