I have trouble writing Christmas columns, have since the kids grew up. So, I thought, maybe you'd enjoy this factional, (combination of fact and fiction), account of a cold day. Might help you cool off.
The misspelt werds are intentional. It is callt vernacular...or something. Might make you consider Christmas JLS
Each year, Asurion offices participate in a "Compassion Forward" program to give back to the communities they serve. Every office chooses a charity or organization which benefits children and aids said organization. This year - Nashville's office chose CASA.
A Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency wildlife biologist confirmed Monday she's had several reports of cougar sightings from Mt. Juliet citizens recently.
It was hundreds of locals from the Del Webb at Lake Providence community who put a bug in Santa's ear and suggested his elves put in overtime for the Mattern family, especially their six children ages four through 14. In mere minutes a blaze ripped through their home on Sunnymeade Drive and devoured all their belongings.
Tennessee State University's Wilson County Alumni Chapter, entering its fifth year since being chartered, celebrated the season with a Christmas party at Lebanon's Days Inn on Friday night.
Veteran assistant at Cookeville & Smith Co.
Chuck Gentry will finally get the opportunity to run his own program as the 40-year old assistant has been hired as the new head football coach at Lebanon High. He takes over for Kentucky High School Hall of Fame coach Sam Harp who resigned in October after going 6-36 in four seasons at the LHS helm.
LHS Principal Scott Walters and Athletic Director Zach Martin introduced Gentry to the local media during a Wednesday, Dec. 21 press conference.
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