It is cold this late-season, December morning. Twenty-two degrees.
The climb up the ridge has me sweating. Too many clothes on and too old. My glasses fog up from the excess body heat. Daylight is coming.
I'm not sure why I am even hunting this morning. My freezer is full of deer meat and I have filled the freezers of several other families.
Several Mangos Mexican Restaurant employees observed last week's "Day Without Immigrants."
The catch? Their employer claims they failed to notify her before taking the day off.
A cruise down Central Pike reveals at the 9500 block a very precise Swastika symbol morphed from an innocent four-way direction sign.
Wilkins & Walling
FRANKLIN -- Two Mt. Juliet High grapplers brought home first place medals from the TSSAA Class AAA state championships held Feb. 16, 17 and 18 at the Williamson Ag. Expo Center.
Mt. Juliet's 138 pounder Zack Wilkins went 5-0 through the 32-man bracket, defeating Dewey Pendley of Bristol's Tennessee High 9-7 in Saturday championship match. Wilkins wrapped up his senior season 34-1 overall.
NASHVILLE -- Wilson Central's 4,000 meter relay team brought home top honors in the Sunday, Feb. 19 Tennessee High School Indoor Championships -- held at Vanderbilt University.
Sponsored by the Knoxville Track Club, the event in not affiliated with the TSSAA, but still attracts top track and field athletes from across the state.
The foursome of Joel Barlow, Baylor Franklin, John Elrod and Nathan Peterson had the top time among 16 entries -- finishing in 10:25.54.
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