Wilson County Schools will accept kindergarten applications from Monday, April 3, through Wednesday, April 5, during normal school hours, according to schools spokesperson Jennifer Johnson.
The Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) will host the Department of Homeland Security for an upcoming workshop focused on keeping children and teens safe online through education and awareness.
I may go this year. I have a place with a lot of them, a spot that does not require a lot of walking.
A spot I can set up a ground blind or two and probably kill one. The season opens this Saturday, April 1, and runs through May 14.
I may go try and call a gobbler in.
Just off the beaten path known as Interstate 40 awaits one of Lebanon's busiest restaurants and coffee dens.
Hosted by the Upper Cumberland Wine Trail and Historic Granville, the second annual Upper Cumberland Wine Festival will take place in the historic Jackson County town's Pioneer Village on Saturday, April 8, from noon until 5 p.m.
Power-hitting infielder -
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian School senior softball standout Brice Dabbs signed scholarship papers Thursday, March 30 to continue her education and athletic career at Lebanon's Cumberland University.
A middle of the order slugger for the Lady Commanders, Dabbs is the daughter of Scott and Ginny Dabbs.
Mt. Juliet 6, Wilson Central 4 -
MT. JULIET -- Down 2-0 early, Mt. Juliet rallied, then held off a late Wilson Central surge to come away with a 6-4 home win over the Lady Wildcats Wednesday.
With the victory, the Lady Bears improved to 6-5 overall / 2-1 in District 9-AAA while WCHS slipped to 9-6 / 0-2 in the district.
Central grabbed an early lead with single runs in each of the first two innings, only to see Mt. Juliet push across one run in the third, then bunch together a few hits for three in the bottom of the fifth for a 4-2 lead.
If you have dogs - or just love dogs - then there's a good chance you know this week's Woman of Wilson.
Houndstooth Grooming & Couture Owner Karen Caplenor has dedicated her career to caring for our four-legged friends.
Originally from Rockford, Ill., Caplenor did a six-year term in the military Air Defense in Germany. Her last year was spent in Texas, where she met and fell in love with a Wilson County native, Jere Mac Caplenor.
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