On Monday, Nov. 14, the Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) and Lebanon Police Department will team up to present a student/parent workshop focused on personal safety.
Belk recently announced a $2,488 contribution to the United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland. The check was presented to local United Way officials by Jeff Perry, store manager of Belk at Providence MarketPlace in Mt. Juliet.
REAL Trends, which ranks the performance of residential real estate firms and teams in the United States, recently announced its fourth annual America's Best Real Estate Agents list for 2016, where two Wilson County agent team joined its prestigious rank of an elite group of real estate agents across the country.
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) at Volunteer State Community College recently awarded Julie Miller-Wilson and Heather Hull of Lebanon's Body Kneads Inc. with the 2016 Rising Star Award.
Brenda Ashford works on sweeping the exhibit hall floor as staff at the Wilson County Expo Center make ready for their open house of the new facility Monday. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. with the open house from 5-7 p.m. DALLUS WHITFIELD / The Wilson Post
A cool brisk morning was just what the Doctor ordered. With Daylight Saving Time over with, we can expect the nighttime to get here maybe before 5 0'Clock in the evening. Cold weather is definitely not my cup of tea.
On Veterans Day, we honor those who served and sacrificed to our country. Often, what first comes to mind are years of grueling training and harrowing deployments. However, some of the most difficult battles our service members face are being waged behind the scenes - long after active duty has ended. These battles impact the lives of our soldiers and their loved ones.
MT. JULIET - In Mt. Juliet at the annual Veteran's Day ceremony at Del Webb, Cpt. Ted Heflin, commanding officer at Vanderbilt University NROTC, honed in on why he chooses to stand, instead of take the knee, when the National Anthem is played and sung.
Help feed Wilson County's hungry.
The annual Empty Bowls event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 12, at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Lebanon. The event will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 2 p.m.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan served as a guest speaker Wednesday morning at a Veterans Breakfast presented by Liberty State Bank.
"Politicians declare war and simple men must carry through and fight each other," Eddie Stott eloquently said this week.
Schools have until Nov. 17 to appeal
In accordance with Board of Control action, the TSSAA office staff has set district/regional alignments for all sports.
Member schools have an opportunity to appeal their school's placement at the Board of Control meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17 if they feel they have a legitimate reason for being placed with a different group of schools.
Highland Heights Girls Basketball team from 1954: Back Row: Linda Moser Bain, Joyce Hackney Bates, Rebecca Buhler, Carolyn Robinson, Beth Donnell Helms, Nona Wade, Judy Lea Nokes, Rita Goad Phillips, June Vaughn Fulmer and Coach 'Mac' McMillan. Front Row: Betty Jo Dircy, Minnie Sue Phillips Coghill, Donna Singleton Evins, Gayle Freeman Johnston and Sabra Goodall Todd.
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