Today is Thursday, June 22, 2017

Archives

Showing 24 articles from November 1, 2016.

Obituaries

Gary Keith Rust
Gary Keith Rust
Read more...
Jessie Irene Nelson
Jessie Irene Nelson
Read more...
Johnny Anthony Gulley
Johnny Anthony Gulley
Read more...
Lawrence I. Anders
Lawrence I. Anders
Read more...
Linda Hamlet
Linda Hamlet
Read more...

Education

Carroll Oakland holds mock presidential election
Carroll Oakland holds mock presidential election

Students at Carroll Oakland School expressed their opinions about the upcoming election recently when they took park in a mock presidential election.

Read more...
Dentists give back 25 $100 grants to teachers
Dentists give back 25 $100 grants to teachers

Local generous dentists not only keep our smiles, but also help area teachers expand their budget for classroom accessories.

Read more...
Schmitt accepted to Tennessee Wesleyan University
Schmitt accepted to Tennessee Wesleyan University

Tennessee Wesleyan University in Athens recently accepted Loren Schmitt of Mt. Juliet for the upcoming academic year. Schmitt is currently a student at Wilson Central High School.

Read more...
WC Schools breaks ground on Springdale Elementary
WC Schools breaks ground on Springdale Elementary

Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright said it has been a while since the system celebrated a brand new school.

Read more...

Business

Officials break ground on Bell Building
Officials break ground on Bell Building

Officials recently broke ground on a new commercial center in the Hamilton Springs transit oriented development off Highway 70 in West Lebanon. The 13,000-square-foot building, owned by Jack Bell and Rick Bell, will be 60 percent occupied upon completion, with businesses including an expanded Body Kneads, Etc. The move is expected to be complete in early summer 2017. Lose & Associates designed the building, which will be located on the east side of Hamilton Station Boulevard. Jack W. Bell Builders Inc. is the contractor. PHOTO COURTESY of JACK BELL BUILDERS.

Read more...

General Lifestyle

He's pickin' and grinnin' at the MJ senior center
He's pickin' and grinnin' at the MJ senior center

Rolus Smith, a devout, God-fearing man, is a self-admitted former "carouser" who spent 18 years of his life in and out of prison - prison ministry, that is.

Read more...
On the (snake) hunt
On the (snake) hunt

Something is killing off the timber rattlesnakes.

It also is decimating populations of northern water snakes, eastern racers, rat snakes, mud snakes, pigmy rattlesnakes, massasauga rattlesnakes, copperheads, milk snakes, cottonmouths, ribbon snakes, corn snakes, indigo snakes, kingsnakes and ringneck snakes.

Read more...
Wilson County fce gears up for the holidays

There's nothing that puts you in the holiday spirit quite like crafts! Wilson County fce is hosting a craft bazaar at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in the East/West Education and Turner Evans buildings on Saturday, Nov. 5.

Read more...

Guest Column

Council discussing transportation issues
Council discussing transportation issues

As the county mayor, I deal with issues that arise on a county level. At times, I also deal with issues that arise on a city level within the county. Once a month, and sometimes more, I represent Wilson County on four different boards on a regional level.

Read more...

Letters to the Editor

We have the power to change government
We have the power to change government

"We the People" really does have the power.

Read more...

Calendar

Community Calendar- Nov. 2
Community Calendar- Nov. 2

Community Calendar for Nov. 2

Read more...

General News

Empower Me to host 'Dice and Dreams'
Empower Me to host 'Dice and Dreams'

Empower Me Center will offer an evening of live music and fun games to support their non-profit organization on Friday, Nov. 18 at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon with Dice and Dreams Songwriters Round and Casino Night.

Read more...
Good Wheel Cruisers host last cruise-in
Good Wheel Cruisers host last cruise-in

It was classic cars and candy Saturday night on the Lebanon Square as the Good Wheel Cruisers hosted their last cruise-in of the year. More than 60 vehicles were on display at the car club event which offered food and fun for visitors, including trunk or treating for children. "It's what we're about... helping the community", said event co-organizer Tom Loftis.

DALLUS WHITFIELD / The Wilson Post

Read more...
Immanuel Fall Fest draws a big crowd
Immanuel Fall Fest draws a big crowd

Knox Swindell, age 2, examines a bag of M&M's the little Yoda collected during the Fall Family Fest at Immanuel Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Tracy Underwood is seen at left.

DALLUS WHITFIELD / The Wilson Post

Read more...
Nashville songwriting legend Curly Putman dies at 85
Nashville songwriting legend Curly Putman dies at 85

Country songwriting giant Curly Putman, the tunesmith behind such memorable hits as "Green Green Grass of Home" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today," died Sunday in Lebanon. He was 85.

Read more...

Get Fresh with Andy Frisch

Stopping Depression
Stopping Depression

How many people in the U.S. suffer from depression? Care to wager a guess? If you said over 15 million Americans, you're going to the Showcase Showdown. What's worse, roughly 80% of those people never receive any help. Plus being a resident of Tennessee means you're among the top 7 states for adults meeting the criteria for depression.

Read more...

Elections/Politics

Early Voting hours extended for Thursday
Early Voting hours extended for Thursday

Voting hours in Wilson County will be extended on the final day of Early Voting, Thursday, Nov. 3, at all five Early Voting sites - from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Read more...

Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Becky Jennings
Woman of Wilson: Becky Jennings

Becky Jennings has been a part of Wilson Bank & Trust for the last nine years - and her work is not yet over.

Read more...

Remember When...

Remember When- Nov. 2
Remember When- Nov. 2

Photo by Gwin King (stamped on back) of radio announcer "Scooter Bill." (Photo courtesy of the City of Lebanon Museum and History Archives)

Read more...
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: