Michelle Johnson has been promoted to senior loan specialist at First Freedom Bank, John Bradshaw, president and chief operating officer, recently announced.
Kim Hulse has joined First Freedom Bank as a deposit operations clerk, according to John Bradshaw, president and chief operating officer.
Lebanon's Fiddlers Grove Historical Village is set to host Spring Fest in the Grove on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center is gearing up for one of its most anticipated events of the year, the second annual reverse raffle on Saturday, April 22.
Prime Nation Entertainment is bringing Paul Finebaum of the SEC Network and ESPN along with 104.5 The Zone's Chad Withrow and "special guests" to Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet on Saturday, June 10, to raise funds for the Mt. Juliet Youth Football and Cheerleading League.
The Wilson County Agricultural Management Committee voted down a motion to accept a whopping $118,000 in Exposition Center items and improvements from Wilson County Promotions (WCP) on Monday night.
Lebanon's West Side Park Task Force met last week to review public input regarding the concept plan for the new park and modify it accordingly.
Recording artists like Metallica, AC/DC, Journey and Guns N' Roses are some of the big names being "tossed around" for an upcoming music festival in Wilson County.
Aaron Brown has 9 K's
LEBANON -- Mt. Juliet bunched together key hits at opportune times to come away with a 4-0 victory over Lebanon Wednesday at Brent Foster Field.
The Bears pushed across a run in the top of the third, then added two more in the fourth and a single run in the sixth.
Starter Aaron Brown worked six innings for the win, scattering five hits.
Wilson Central libero / DS --
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central volleyball standout Loren Schmitt signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent to continue her athletic and educational career at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS.
A fledgling NCAA Division III program, the W discontinued intercollegiate athletics in 2002 following a devastating tornado that destroyed a primary sports venue.
Wilson County Election Commissioners were recently sworn in by Judge John Gwin at the commission's April meeting. All five commissioners - Sherrie Orange, Jan Spray, Ronnie Kelley, Don Simpson and Ann Calabria - are veterans of the commission.
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