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Obituaries

Karen Lee Walling
Karen Lee Walling
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Mary Wilson Robinson Swain
Mary Wilson Robinson Swain
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Thresea Regenia Perry
Thresea Regenia Perry
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Education

STEM Builders takes the geek out of science
STEM Builders takes the geek out of science

Almost simultaneously, the Wilson County School system was named 2nd in digital learning and a new business that enriches STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education opened in the heart of Mt. Juliet.

Conveniently, Mt. Juliet's new STEM Builders enrichment school opened two weeks ago across from West Wilson Middle School.

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Down deep and cold, too

According to my temperature measuring device, it was 17 degrees.

Fortunately, I own clothes that are designed to keep you warm, anyway. I had them on. You see, I was going fishing-crappie fishing-with a spider rig.

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General News

CASA breakfast raises funds for volunteer training
CASA breakfast raises funds for volunteer training

Although the Easter holiday is just a couple of weeks away, the Easter Bunny took time to stop in Lebanon on Saturday to support Wilson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).

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Dogs maul boy in Wilson County
Dogs maul boy in Wilson County

A Gladeville Elementary School student is recovering from serious injuries at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after two dogs mauled him Monday afternoon.

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Wilson County man charged with murder
Wilson County man charged with murder

A 47-year-old Wilson County man is charged with first-degree murder less than 30 hours after an acquaintance was found near death at his One Mile Lane home 2 p.m. Friday, Rutherford County Sheriff Michael Fitzhugh says.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Kristi Lett
Woman of Wilson: Kristi Lett

Thanks to what she called a series of events orchestrated by God, Kristi Lett moved from her native Powell, Tenn. and became a woman of Wilson County in 2006.

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