Leigh Anne Rainey, a high school administrator in Arkansas, has been named the new principal at Mt. Juliet Middle School, Wilson County Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright announced Wednesday.
Katie Shaffer has joined First Freedom Bank as customer service representative at the bank's Lebanon office, Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources and Facilities Manager Maliea Oakley recently announced.
It's one of the hottest tickets in Mt. Juliet and has caught on like wildfire. And while Third Coast Salt is a fledging business and will soon mark just a half a year open on North Mt. Juliet Road, its patrons are a loyal group and espouse the virtues of salt therapy - for both the body and the mind.
The illustrious Indian fighter and Texas Ranger John "Jack" Coffee Hays was born 200 years ago this Friday near Little Cedar Lick, a few miles northeast of Mt. Juliet.
Providence Marketplace retailer Books-A-Million brought in more than $5,000 with a recent book drive benefiting the United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland (UWWUC), and the local organization will use the books to launch a new venture aimed at boosting early learning.
Prospect, Inc. recently announced that its Board of Directors appointed Audria Frattini as Executive Director.
If the increase in business and housing permits is a barometer of Mt. Juliet's success, 2016 was a banner year Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty noted at last week's State of the City Address.
Longtime Joint Economic and Community Development Board member Nelson Steed retired after nearly three decades of service.
Top-notch acts will soon play The Capitol Theatre to raise funds for McClain Christian Academy (MCA).
Rusty Staats & Chris Dowell
Two of Wilson County's more heralded high school football players have flipped their original commitments and have announced new plans for their respective college careers.
Watertown High offensive lineman Rusty Staats, a Tennessee Titans Mr. Football nominee and all-state selection announced via Twitter Wednesday evening he has verbally committed to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Tuesday girls --
MJCA 30, Hendersonville Christian 27,
Lebanon 43, Hendersonville 42;
DCA 47, Friendship 35;
Wilson Central's wrestling team won the District 9-AAA Dual Championship Monday with a 47-27 victory over Mt. Juliet.
Here are the championship results.
Wilson Central 47, Mt. Juliet 27
285: Michael Kramer (WC) over Bryan Horner (MJ) Fall 0:23;
106: Tyler Jones (WC) Forfeit;
113: Grant Fetters (WC) over Gabe Tracy (MJ) Fall 0:20;
120: Gage Bachus (WC) over Christopher Miller (MJ) Fall 0:45;
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