Principal's list and honor roll for the first nine weeks at Carroll-Oakland Elementary.
Principal's list and honor roll for the first nine weeks at Coles Ferry Elementary School.
Long-serving Cumberland University trustees Martha M. Bradshaw and Jim K. Lancaster are moving to emeritus status on the university's board of trust.
Principal's list and honor roll for the first quarter at Friendship Christian School.
Principal's list and honor roll for the first nine weeks for Gladeville Elementary School.
Principal's list and honor roll for the first nine weeks at Tennessee Virtual Online School.
Principal's list and honor roll for the first nine weeks at Tuckers Crossroads School.
Principal's list and honor roll for first nine weeks at Watertown Middle School.
Martin and Mary Krhovsky of Corunna, Mich. are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Katherine Krhovsky, to Jeffrey Andrew Turner of Lebanon.
Workers with Fiddlers Grove, Wilson County Promotions and the James E. Ward Agricultural Center recently put the finishing touches on the 2016 Festival of Lights. The annual drive-through light display, featuring over a half-million lights, returns to the Ward Ag Center on Friday, Nov. 25. Visitors may enter through the main gate of the ag center in front of the Wilson County Expo Center. The Festival of Lights will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights at 5 p.m. through December. Admission is $10 per car and $25 per small bus. SUBMITTED
Like numerous Mexican restaurants across the Mid-South, Mi Ranchito proves to be a true family affair.
For those of you that was wishing for colder weather, you got your wish. My bird bath was frozen over and I will have to get me a de-icer to keep fresh water available during the winter. Birds are like us humans and need fresh water to survive.
The holiday season is officially in full swing here in Wilson County. With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it's easy to get caught up in busy schedules and long lines at the supermarket. We rush around trying to accomplish so many things that sometimes it's hard to wrap our minds around what this season is truly about: giving thanks.
On Thursday, an overwhelming number of families all across Wilson County will celebrate Thanksgiving.
Hundreds gathered to pay tribute to a longtime Mt. Juliet planning commissioner who recently died.
An upcoming expansion at Nissan in Lebanon has promised 81 new jobs for the area.
The Southwest Community Club is providing Thanksgiving feasts for 20 local families this year.
Nobody gives thanks for being homeless.
Just days before Thanksgiving Shay Kimberly Mattern is on her knees doing just that only because she knows deep in her heart it could have been an inexplicable horror story, much worse than losing a house.
Thanksgiving travelers will not be delayed by construction on Tennessee roads during the busy Thanksgiving holiday, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).
This year Shari Arnold introduced the city of Mt. Juliet to her business, Third Coast Salt.
Third Coast Salt offers salt therapy, relaxation, skincare, waxing and more.
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