Wilson County Schools in January sent out letters to all the district's fifth and sixth grade parents to say their children could not go on to middle school without two important booster shots.
Storm rolls through Watertown
As of 9:33 a.m. Wednesday, no injuries have been reported have been reported as heavy rains and high wins rolled through the northern edges of Watertown.
Power and phone lines are out in several sections of the city with damage to fencing, power and phone lines being reported.
Fencing around the tennis courts at Watertown High are damaged, trees have been uprooted on Neal Road and a shed overturned.
Agents with Crye-Leike Real Estate Services' Mt. Juliet branch office recently put business on hold to host the office's 13th annual Martin Cummings Sweet Tooth Auction, raising $9,147 for local charities.
Historic Lebanon is set to bring an exhibit entitled, "The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966: Commemorating 50 Years of Preserving Tennessee's Historic Structures, Sites and Landscapes" to the city.