The walking track at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy was lined with frozen members from the past Wednesday.
On Monday Mt. Juliet city judge, attorney, wife and mom of four young boys Carolyn Christoffersen got the second most astounding phone call of her life.
The first phone call that could potentially change her life, and another young life, came in January. Monday's call from Be The Match out of Chattanooga may have completed a circle of life.
Lebanon's Ginny Patterson will be traveling to Boston in April for the world-famous Boston Marathon.
"For a runner, going to Boston is the optimal thing," she said. It's something one could say, she's prepared for her entire life.
Saturday morning started out warm and Sunny, but by late afternoon the skies started to weep. The weather this month seems to be the "same o same o," rain then a couple of dry days and then some more rain.
Cure for Our Friends, an organization which assists local families affected by cystic fibrosis and also works with the CF foundation to raise awareness, has set the date for their fourth annual golf tournament fundraiser.
In a quest to obtain some acreage from Wilson County Schools for a fire station, Mt. Juliet city commissioners revisited their latest liquor-by-the-drink lawsuit settlement offer with the district Monday night.
Yes, everybody loves horses. That is - until over a thousand pounds of muscle and sweat are barreling in your direction.
Wilson County Sheriff Bryan discussed what he calls a "very effective tool" for search and rescue missions, as well as crowd control.
Meet the Sheriff's Mounted Patrol.
LifeCare Family Services is located at 1420 W. Baddour and staffs licensed therapists and non-licensed (PhD and Masters Level) therapists who provide support for children, adults and families.
A clever and eye-catching YouTube video produced by Wilson Central High School students is getting quite the social buzz, with hopes to raise funds to repair their Teacher Learning Center playground vandalized during fall break.
March 25 at Hardin Valley High -
KNOXVILLE -- Several new records were established Saturday, March 25 as Wilson Central's track & field team competed in the Hardin Valley Invitational.
Freshman Jaycie Hitt set a school record girls' long jump at 15' 5".
Junior Garrett Todd set a school record boys' long jump with a leap of 20' 4".
Byrd, Price & Blair
Three Wilson County basketball standouts, two boys and a girl, have been voted All-State in their respective classifications by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
Nominations were accepted from TSWA members and were whittled down during a selection meeting held during the BlueCross Championships earlier this month in Murfreesboro.
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