The Cumberland University Board of Trust recently held its fall meeting, where the board welcomed new members Judge William C. Koch, W. Larry Cash and Lewis W. Rankin.
Been some big deer killed this year. The one making a lot of news is the potential world record, non-typical buck, killed recently in Sumner County, during the muzzle loader season.
Young Stephen Tucker, killed the buck in outside Gallatin, with 47 points that is possibly a new world record. Big deer for sure, over 300 inches of antler.
As human beings we sometimes take for granted being healthy or realizing how truly blessed we are to have our health. Normally, only after we've lost something we had before, like good health, do most of us realize the many blessings that come with good health.
When does the Thanksgiving season start? For holidays like Christmas and Halloween we have decorations and festivities to herald the day. Rhymes, jingles and lights give notice to the timeframe of celebration. Gaudy dresses and bright clothes mark some of the occasions. But it's different with Thanksgiving, and I think I know the reason.
For those serious, or simply curious, about living large in tiny spaces the new Wilson County Exposition Center provided a peek into this growing movement.
This is a special time of year when we become busy planning, shopping and celebrating the holidays. It is also a time when we may forget to be mindful and become vulnerable to theft and crime. For this reason, the Lebanon Police Department would like to remind everyone that we can never be too careful or too aware in our preparation for the holiday season.
Brooks House, a shelter which helps women improve their lives, received a Thanksgiving surprise on Wednesday.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) Patrol Division will increase patrols over the Thanksgiving weekend to be on the lookout for impaired drivers.
Purple Tigers stand 4-0
Watertown High overcame a 27-11 second quarter run by Middle Tennessee Christian in Tuesday's 92-88 home win over the Cougars.
The Purple Tigers moved to 4-0 with the victory headed into this week's annual Watertown Thanksgiving Classic.
WHS is scheduled to play Ezell Harding Friday at 7:30 p.m. Medal play will be held Saturday.
Lady 'Cats improve to 4-0
THOMPSON'S STATION -- Wilson Central's Lady Wildcats moved to 4-0 on the season following Tuesday's (Nov. 22) 57-29 victory at Ravenwood.
WCHS led 14-4 after one quarter and took a 28-13 lead into intermission.
Addison Byrd led all scorers with 17 points.
Piper Elrod added 12 and Bailey Kaposy chipped in with nine points.
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