Today is Thursday, June 22, 2017
First Day Of Summer

Its been another hot one here in Lebanon this weekend. My flower garden is enjoying the hot weather with a little rain thrown in for good measure. Well, in reality, the rain we got the other day was a real frog strangler and ...

Fall in love with Cummins Falls

One way or another Cummins Falls State Park leaves you breathless. Only about an hour drive from Lebanon, this aquatic getaway ranks as Tennessee's eighth largest waterfall. The site also lays claim to being one of the 10 bes...

Providence Marketplace launches user-friendly shopper reward app

Regional shopping destination Providence Marketplace just launched the first phase of their new shopper reward program in Mt. Juliet.

A 'tale as old as time' comes to the Library

Kids were in a for a special treat as they entered the Lebanon Wilson Public Library on Tuesday morning.

General News

Veteran WC educators promoted to principal

Kayla Price
Kayla Price

Proven success and ability have propelled two veteran educators to the top of their professions as newly named administrators in the Wilson County school system.

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Indictment handed down on dog attack of boy

Jamie C. Bosch
Jamie C. Bosch

The Wilson County Grand Jury handed down an indictment Friday related to the April 3 dog attack on Gladeville Elementary student Isaac Dellfield, 11.

According to Wilson County Sheriff's Office Lt. Scott Moore, Jamie C. Bosch, 41, was charged with Allowing Dogs to Roam at Large (Serious Bodily injury). She was book onto the Wilson County Jail on a $2,500 bond.

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MJPD releases dash cam video of weekend pursuit

Woodard
Woodard

Detectives with the Mt. Juliet Police Department have identified the driver responsible for running from officers in a stolen truck and crashing head-on into car following a theft last Saturday. Kevin D. Woodard, 42, of Antioch, is wanted for multiple charges related to the pursuit.

Woodard is a convicted felon and has been arrested multiple times for charges related to illegal drugs, theft and shoplifting.

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Gubernatorial candidate Bill Lee visits MJ

Bill Lee
Bill Lee

Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Lee spent some hours in Mt. Juliet Monday night to meet local supporters.

The Mt. Juliet Republican Women hosted Lee and his wife Maria at their meeting at Courtney's restaurant.

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General Sports

BASEBALL CAMPS -- CU adds hitting camp

BASEBALL CAMPS -- CU adds hitting camp

July 5 thru 7 -
Cumberland baseball has added a Hitting Camp for July 5-7 from 9 a.m.-Noon for ages 6-12 at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.

Cost is $75 per player for the three-day camp, which emphasizes techniques and philosophies of hitting from Cumberland University head coach and Hall of Famer Woody Hunt.

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Eskew Field to host BR 13's state

Eskew Field to host BR 13's state

All-Star teams announced -
Lebanon's Charles Eskew Field in the Baird Park Complex will host the 13 year-old Babe Ruth Baseball state tournament Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 14 through 16. Lebanon's Lions Club 2017 all-stars were named Tuesday, June 20 during closing ceremonies.

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Tyler McChurch Memorial Golf Tourney

Tyler McChurch Memorial Golf Tourney

37 teams compete Monday, June 19 -
LEBANON -- The heat and humidity did little to impact the scoring at Monday's third annual Tyler McChurch Memorial Golf Tournament.

Thirty-seven teams battled it out on the spacious Five Oaks Golf & Country Club layout pleasing tournament director Dan McChurch to no end.

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BASEBALL -- McDaniels headed to Harris-Stowe

McDaniels
McDaniels

2014 Lebanon High grad --
Eddie McDaniels, a 2014 Lebanon High graduate who earned 10 varsity letters for the Blue Devils, has verbally committed to finish up his baseball career at NAIA Harris-Stowe State University, located in St. Louis, MO.

A member of the American Midwest Conference along with Freed-Hardeman, Lyon College and Missouri Baptist, the Hornets went 30-18 last season under second-year head coach C.J. Bilbrey.

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