"I wish I could just implant what I have learned in 50 years of asking why an animal did what he did." -- David Whitefish, veteran elk guide.
We sit around the campfire, the three of us, Mickey, Russ and me. It is a cold, bleak night at the end of a cold bleak day on the 2,100 acres we had leased. We walked a lot that day, saw a lot, made notes and maps. February is often a bleak month. But it is month to gather information. We stretch our legs to the fire, swirl the bourbon in our glasses. It is February, 1980.
A predawn fire temporarily displaced 18 families at the new Lifestyles Communities in Mt. Juliet Sunday.
Mt. Juliet Police Cpl. James Owens said he's already bonded with his new partner on the force and expects that bond to grow everyday as they work as a team on the streets of Mt. Juliet.
On any given day, the Neon Bus can be found traveling through town.
Its mission? Providing children under the age of 18, or who are in school, with a nutritious, free meal in an air-conditioned bus that is more reminiscent of a 1950s diner than a vehicle that once transported students to and from school.
If you have a classic case of "lead foot," well, it's time to slow down.
Starting tonight, "A Murder is Announced" debuts with veteran director Joel Meriwether at the helm of the highly talented cast.
Loucks leaving for Rutherford Co. --
Wilson Central Principal Travis Mayfield has promoted Geoffrey German to take over the boys soccer program.
German, who will be starting his second year at WCHS in August, served last season as an assistant under former coach Jeff Loucks who will be taking a teaching position at LaVergne High. Loucks, a physics teacher, will assist with the Wolverine soccer program.
You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!
Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: