For quite some time, I have been getting reliable reports of folks catching coolers full of Tilapia.
The hot spot, pun intended, has been the waters of the Gallatin Steam Plant. That is logical since they, the Tilapia, do not survive well in waters below 70 degrees.
At 21, Lacey Taylor married her high school sweetheart, Chris Buchanan. A year later, she had earned her pre-law degree at Middle Tennessee State University, was prepared to enter Nashville School of Law and discovered she was expecting their first child. And then their world turned upside down.
Two local fitness centers are offering programs to help folks reach their health and wellness goals in 2017.
Pills were the target of a brazen robber who hit the CVS Pharmacy located in the South Mt. Juliet Target at dusk Sunday.
There was a lot of Saturday morning quarterbacking going on this weekend with Wilson County school officials, who basically said in hindsight they should have made the call to keep school closed Friday. They said they would recalibrate specific decision-making snow-related policies for the future.
Erring on the side of caution Friday would have prevented a lot of anxiety and social media venting from irritated and worried parents. However, school officials said while the wrong call was made, they are meeting this week to reevaluate snow day procedures and work toward future best and safest decisions as possible.
Mt. Juliet officials said a Saturday afternoon fire that almost completely destroyed a Mt. Juliet home originated in the garage.
In an organized protest against proposed townhomes near their Northtown Mt. Juliet neighborhood, dozens of residents waved yellow flyers that said "no" at Monday's city commission meeting.
Former Mt. Juliet High standout
Belmont University's Sally McCabe garnered Tennessee Sports Writers Association Women's Basketball Player of the Week honors Tuesday, Jan. 110.
The Mt. Juliet High graduate averaging 15.5 points, 10.0 rebounds and 5.5 blocks in a pair of victories for the Bruins.
McCabe posted 12 points, seven rebounds and four blocks in a 71-66 victory over UT Martin.
Central downs Rossview
GLADEVILLE -- Host Wilson Central held off a late Rossview run for a 58-47 win over the Hawks in Saturday's Wilson County Showcase.
The Wildcats, now 11-7 overall, went 11-for-11 at the free throw line in the final eight minutes to clinch the victory.
Colt Booth finished with 20 points for Central while Zay Kern had eight and Kito Aruh seven.
On Friday night, the Wildcats went on the road for a 57-39 victory at Portland.
Kene Aruh led the way with 13 points, Naz Czeskleba and Booth each had 11.
Central plays at Mt. Juliet Tuesday, Jan. 17.
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