Mt. Juliet's Kaitlyn Clark was among 28 seniors in Trine University's Allen School of Engineering & Technology who were recently inducted into the Order of the Engineer.
The Wilson County Democratic Women recently awarded the Dorothy McAdoo Memorial Scholarship to Caitlin Glover, a graduating senior from Lebanon High School.
A trio of Lebanon residents was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.
Five Wilson County area students were among more than 1,300 students included on the Harding University dean's list for grades achieved during the spring 2017 semester: Natalie Arnold, Sydney Mann and Emilie Shannon, all of Mt. Juliet; and Jacob Haskins and Abby Loring, both of Lebanon.
Chelsea Sanders, of the Wilson Central High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter, has been chosen to represent the Tennessee FFA Association as the state's national officer candidate.
The Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA) Educational & Memorial Foundation Scholarship Program is currently accepting scholarship applications for the 2017-18 academic year.
Long-time First Freedom Bank Personal Banker Christy Trammel has been promoted to shareholder services representative, according to Chairman and CEO John Lancaster. Trammel will continue to operate out of the company's Lebanon headquarters.
John Lancaster, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of First Freedom Bancshares Inc., recently announced the board of directors has approved a 30-cent-per-share dividend payable to shareholders of record on April 28, with a payment date of May 19.
The 19th Annual Granville Heritage Day on May 27 will again feature the Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival.
The Wilson County Antique Power Association (WCAPA) will host the 26th annual Antique Tractor, Antique Truck and Gas Engine Show on Saturday, May 20, at Lebanon's James E. Ward Agricultural Center.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) officials have issued a warning to members regarding a number of scam phone calls where fraudulent callers are posing as MTEMC employees, contacting members and claiming their account is past due and subject to cutoff.
The Tennessee State Fair's Distinguished Service Award, presented annually at a special ceremony during the fair's 10-day run in Nashville, will be named in honor of the late Hale Moss of Mt. Juliet.
Nine days full of family fun, carnival rides and entertainment await on August 18 through 26 when the Wilson County Fair returns to the James E. Ward Agricultural Center. As the 2017 fair theme promises, here comes the fun.
Blue Devil lefty --
Lebanon High senior Tristan Warden signed scholarship papers Tuesday morning, May 16 to continue his education and baseball career at Roane State Community College in Harriman.
Warden, the son of Brandy and the late Terry Warden, went 5-3 as a senior for the Blue Devils, with an ERA of 2.68.
Class A Mr. Baseball finalist --
Watertown High's Seth Price is a finalist for the 2017 Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association Mr. Baseball award for Class A.
Price, along with Ryan Weathers from Loretto and Wyatt Blessing from Goodpasture, will be on hand at Middle Tennessee State University's Reese Smith Field for the awards ceremony Tuesday, Mary 23.
Lady Bears advance to 5-AAA finals -
MT. JULIET -- Shaking off a short turnaround after winning the District 9-AAA tournament Saturday, Mt. Juliet's Lady Bears earned a trip to Henry County with a 4-3 victory over Clarksville High Monday in the opening round of the Region 5-AAA tournament.
Ninth grader Alyssa Costley went the distance in the circle for MJHS, limiting Clarksville to six hits.
Watertown plays in region finals -
CELINA -- Watertown High hitters pounded out 12 hits and stormed to a 12-2 victory over Clay County Monday in the opening round of the Region 4-A softball tournament.
Now 14-13 overall, Watertown will play in the region finals 4:30 p.m. today (Wednesday) at Goodpasture with a berth in Friday's Class A sectional already in the bag.
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