Main Street Media of Tennessee, the parent company of The Wilson Post, has announced the promotions of two employees at its Lebanon-based newspaper.
Managing Editor Zack Owensby has been promoted to director of operations for Main Street Media of Tennessee.
Wilson Post Staff Writer Sabrina Garrett, who has worked with Main Street Media since 2012, will take over as editor of the newspaper.
Connie Hulse Ford is a born-and-raised Woman of Wilson. She grew up and still resides on Lebanon's north side in the community of Hunters Point. Ford has worked with Judge Clara Byrd for 26 years, and currently serves as a judicial administrative assistant. She also prepares taxes from January to April every year with Jackson Hewitt.
Lookers Salon & Spa Nail Tech Tracy Belardo is known for her feisty personality, great laugh and talent for nail art. Anyone who has met Belardo knows she lives her life in color - a lot of times, that color is by OPI.
"Experience Nashville Tours" founder Kaysie Young spends her days welcoming folks to her adopted home state of Tennessee.
This year Shari Arnold introduced the city of Mt. Juliet to her business, Third Coast Salt.
Third Coast Salt offers salt therapy, relaxation, skincare, waxing and more.
Kathy Tack has been Lead Pastor of Generations of Grace in Lebanon since 2013 - and was instrumental in planting the church.
As an educator, devoted wife and proud mom, Lauren LaFevers-Flatt wears quite a few hats - but continues to donate her time to help young women win their crowns.
Becky Jennings has been a part of Wilson Bank & Trust for the last nine years - and her work is not yet over.
Whoever coined the term #BossBabe likely did so after meeting Amber Hurdle.
Mt. Juliet's Vera Smith had a soft spot in her heart for helping others long before she, with a group of dedicated volunteers, founded Cure for Our Friends to aid locals affected by Cystic Fibrosis.
Former Mrs. Tennessee, Lisa Reddick is a real estate agent and property investor with a zest for life.
When I was 11-years-old, I met one of my forever best friends.
Destini Riordan walked over to me during Orientation Night at Covenant Christian School in Mobile, Alabama.
Love brought Joyce Bryan to Wilson County - but family, friends and fun have kept her here for many decades.
Wilson Post Staff Writer Sabrina Garrett read to Krissie Agee's Early Intervention Class at Sam Houston Elementary School on Friday. Bottom row, from left, Amy Gray, assistant; Kymaurious Coble, Nathan Strickland, Sharon Morales, Max Burress and Alex Gray, assistant; top row, Yareli Serrano, Radlee Johnson, Eden Wills, Addison Floyd, Sabrina Garrett, Cutter Jenkins, Jacob Will, teacher Krissie Agee and Zaniya Abercrombie. Submitted
Kristi Galligan is thankful to reside in the supportive community of Wilson County.
As Volunteer Coordinator at Wilson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Lauren Houser Smith is responsible for recruiting and training the volunteers who aid local children during their times of need.
Originally from Sonora, Kentucky, a life change brought Paula Fulkerson to Mt. Juliet in December 2000. She's been a Woman of Wilson ever since.
Lebanon native Tracy Dowell spent 10 years working in the medical field before deciding to pursue her dream of becoming an educator.
Wilson County Circuit Court Clerk Debbie Moss was elected to the position in September 2014.
Wilson County Zone 4 School Board Member Linda Armistead was elected to the seat in August 2014. Having spent 26 years in the classroom as an educator, Armistead brings knowledge and a new perspective to the table.
Whether it is serving the community through counseling services or being a living organ donor, one thing is for certain, Kim Stroud-Hendrick is passionate about helping others.
Carolyn Corlew is living proof that some things (and some people) only get better with time. At 64, with titles including singer, model, business owner, wife, mother and Ms. Senior America under her belt, the blonde beauty is soaking in the good life.
Stephanie Bentley described her career as an agent with Blackwell Realty and Auction as a "new adventure daily."
Often referred to simply as "Miss Hattie," Wilson County native Hattie Bryant, is a name that almost everyone in town has heard of. In case you missed her teaching in the classrooms of Market Street Elementary or Lebanon Junior High, her legacy as a gifted and devoted educator lives on through Winfree Bryant Middle School - named in her honor.
Julie Miller-Wilson opened Body Kneads, Etc. with her daughter, Heather Hull, and another friend in April 2010. In just six short years the business has grown into a full-service day spa.
Ashley Lawrence, a native of nearby Carthage, Tennessee, credits her husband of almost four years, Scott Lawrence, with making her a woman of Wilson County.
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