Nothing much happens in Rutledge. Once the bustling center of a small plantation community, it is now just the decaying remnants of time passing by.
Only the old, general store, itself, weathered and listing, showed signs of life. Rutledge is just a town the wind blows through on its' way somewhere else.
It is here, just in front of the store that the road to the hollow turns off. I parked near the neglected, weed grown cemetery.
As the jubilant sound of the Williams Brothers singing "Still Strong" rings forth in the small radio studio, Miss C rocks her head from side to side and gently claps her hands in time to the gospel beat.
Main Street Media of Tennessee, the parent company of The Wilson Post, has announced the promotions of two employees at its Lebanon-based newspaper.
Managing Editor Zack Owensby has been promoted to director of operations for Main Street Media of Tennessee.
Wilson Post Staff Writer Sabrina Garrett, who has worked with Main Street Media since 2012, will take over as editor of the newspaper.
The iconic local florist sold its original place to Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary in 2016, but Moss' has since relocated and is still in business in North Mt. Juliet.
Goodpasture 73, Watertown 68
WATERTOWN -- Goodpasture used a balanced scoring attack to down host Watertown 73-68 Tuesday night in the District 8-A opener for both teams.
The Cougars (11-1 / 0-1) saw three players reach double figures while Purple Tiger senior Seth Price was pretty much a one-man show.
Price drilled seven 3-pointers and finished with 36 points.
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