New Year's Day saw a "rare occurrence" in West Wilson County when a bomb threat was called into Gander Mountain in Mt. Juliet.
The Lebanon Fire Department received a report of a house fire in the city on West Forrest Avenue after 11 p.m. on Monday. Although crews were on the scene within three minutes, it was too late. A 52-year-old female resident had died from smoke inhalation.
FCS closes with two tourney wins
JAMESTOWN -- Friendship Christian improved to 6-7 on the season following Saturday morning's 62-48 victory over Tullahoma in the consolation bracket of the Hall's Sgt. York Southeastern Christmas Invitational.
Commander forward Hanley Sobieszczyk led all scorers with 21 points, and earned a spot on the all-tournament team.
Joe Greenwood added 12 points while Jake Blair had 11 and Zach Blair nine.
WCHS remains undefeated at 16-0
NASHVILLE -- Leading 36-35 headed into the fourth quarter, Wilson Central closed out Mt. Juliet on a 20-9 run in Friday's 56-44 win over the Lady Bears in the finals of the John Overton Christmas Tournament.
The Lady Wildcats moved to 16-0 with the victory, headed into their 2017 opener -- a District 9-AAA home game Friday evening, Jan. 6 against Gallatin.
Ninth grader Lindsey Freeman paced Wilson Central with 21 points while Piper Elrod and Addison Byrd each added 13.
Connie Hulse Ford is a born-and-raised Woman of Wilson. She grew up and still resides on Lebanon's north side in the community of Hunters Point. Ford has worked with Judge Clara Byrd for 26 years, and currently serves as a judicial administrative assistant. She also prepares taxes from January to April every year with Jackson Hewitt.
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