Lebanon High School will present its fall production, the comedy "Boeing Boeing" by Marc Camoletti, on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18 and 19, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. in the LHS auditorium.
Four Mt. Juliet High School graduates recently received the distinct honor to accept the National American FFA (Future Farmers of America) degree.
She's sedate sexy. Not overt.
Red hair, white skin, a pomp in the hair. Her latest tattoo says, "Pretty is, as pretty does."
When she was known as Arleen Harden, this Arkansas songbird tasted a fair measure of country chart success, first as part of a sibling act and then as a solo artist. Fifty years ago, she was touring with some of the genre's biggest acts, men who went by the last names of Jennings, Jones and Cash.
As I got out my 10-point crossbow I wondered if I'd have enough strength to pull the string back this year and was surprised to find that I could. So I set up the target at 10 yards and pulled the trigger. The arrow, or bolt as they are correctly called, hit just a few inches from my aiming point which put me in business for the start of deer season.
Hosting Thanksgiving can be a logistical challenge that starts with planning what to cook and ends with figuring out what to do with all of those leftovers. Janie Burney, a food safety specialist with University of Tennessee Extension, recommends that you streamline your Thanksgiving planning to ensure you have a fun and food-safe holiday.
The Gladeville community is one step closer to building a playground in memory of one special little boy.
MT. JULIET - Flames whipped through a house in the Belinda City area of Mt. Juliet area mid-afternoon Tuesday and killed three pets in the home.
Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd and Journeys Group, a division of Nashville-based Genesco Inc., announced Tuesday the company will expand distribution operations in Lebanon, investing $35 million and creating 72 new jobs in Wilson County.
The mayor and two commissioners were sworn in at Mt. Juliet's city commission meeting Monday and the vice-mayor was reappointed.
Local not-for-profit Possomtown Outreach is again gearing up to take items to families in need in and around Sneedville for the holiday season.
Citing "significant changes in government funding," Prospect Inc. recently announced plans to realign its programs, close its packaging and fulfillment center in Lebanon and cease providing day services in nearby Gordonsville and Smithville.
Two 23-year-old Hartsville men were arrested by Lebanon police Sunday morning after responding to a call in reference to gunshots fired at Cahoot's Dancehall & Honkytonk, located at 427 South College Street in Lebanon.
Williams a finalist for kicking award
Wilson Central kicker / punter Adam Williams is a finalist for the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award as the top kicker in the state.
The award will be presented along with the top 16 backs and linemen in eight classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Monday, Nov. 28 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
For the fifteenth consecutive year, the top kicker in the state will be recognized with a Mr. Football Award, regardless of classification.
Are you familiar with the acronym K.I.S.S.? I first heard it from my high school health teacher, who doubled as the tough-as-nails football coach. I forget the context, but he told the wide-eyed class to "Keep It Simple, Stupid."
Kathy Tack has been Lead Pastor of Generations of Grace in Lebanon since 2013 - and was instrumental in planting the church.
Johnny Cash addresses the audience during the Governor's Prayer Breakfast in the early 1970s. From left are his wife, June Carter Cash, and Gov. Winfield Dunn. The Cumberland College Singers, directed by Dr. Bert Coble, were invited to perform at the breakfast. Dunn served as Tennessee governor from 1971 to1975. Cash died in September, 2003. His wife June, died earlier that same year, in May. (Photo submitted by G. Frank Burns)
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