Gavin Duvall and Veronica Webb were named Mr. and Miss LHS, highlighting the 39th annual Senior Night held Saturday, Feb. 4, at Lebanon High's Terry Edwards Auditorium.
Senior Superlatives, nominated and voted on by the student body, are revealed during the evening which is dedicated to the Class of 2017.
Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) will host "Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children" training on Monday, Feb. 13, from 6 until 8:30 p.m. in the Castle Heights Elementary School Library.
Henderson's Flower Shop in Lebanon has seen many Valentine's Days - and can help you get the holiday right on Tuesday, February 14th.
We woke up to a very chilly morning where ice was formed over a small part of my heated birdbath. Birds from all over were shoulder to shoulder dipping their heads for a drink. My doves were not going to be bullied this morning and stood their ground with the rest of them.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and conservation (TDEC) recently recognized Long Hunter State park for Excellence in Innovation for park staff's demonstrated ability to improve the park through new ideas.
Volunteers from 53 counties, including two local volunteers, will be honored this weekend at the ninth annual Governor's Volunteer Stars Awards ceremony in Franklin.
Wilson County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) was recently awarded a $30,000 grant from Jewelers for Children (JFC) to increase the number of volunteers who represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in court.
Mt. Juliet Middle wins TMSAA Class AAA tourney
Mt. Juliet Middle School won the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association Class AAA state basketball tournament, defeating Siegel Middle School 48-32 Friday, Feb. 3 in the finals at Dickson High School.
Riggs Abner led the way with 14 points and Josh Keck added 13 as the Bears ended the season 23-1 overall. Abner, Keck and Zach Blair were voted all-tournament.
Here's the schedule for the Friday, Feb. 10 East-Middle District 1-A semifinals at Friendship Christian's Bay Family Sportsplex.
3:00 Girls No. 2 Providence Christian v. No. 3 The King's Academy
4:30 Boys No. 2 Friendship Christian v. No. 3 The King's Academy
All-county, all-district lineman
Lebanon High senior Jaden Moore signed scholarship papers Friday morning, Feb. 10 to continue his education and athletic career at Bethel University, an NAIA institution in McKenzie. Bethel is a member of the Mid-South Conference.
A three-year starter for the Blue Devils, Moore played several positions in the offensive and defensive lines, including center, guard, tackle and defensive end. He is expected to contend for playing time at defensive end this fall.
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