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Watertown trailer fire claims life
Watertown trailer fire claims life

A deadly house fire in Watertown which took the life of a 73-year-old man is currently under investigation.

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Wilson answers call for Smoky Mountain fire help
Wilson answers call for Smoky Mountain fire help

Wilson County has stepped in to help a beloved vacation destination in East Tennessee during their time of need.

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WEMA breaks ground on station in Norene, dedicates another
WEMA breaks ground on station in Norene, dedicates another

Wilson Emergency Management Agency broke ground on Station No. 11 on Monday afternoon.

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MJ home a total loss after fire
MJ home a total loss after fire

A sweeping fire destroyed a home on the 1050 block of Cedar Creek Villages Road near Mt. Juliet proper early Friday morning.

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Bee-mergency shuts down MJ roadway
Bee-mergency shuts down MJ roadway

Mt. Juliet was abuzz Monday afternoon when a tractor trailer truck carrying 420 beehives, and as many as 20 million bees, overturned.

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VFW honors first responders
VFW honors first responders

Local police officers and emergency services personnel were honored by VFW Post 5015 on Thursday night.

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Medic One vows to work with WEMA

MT. JULIET -- Cooperation, not competition, with the Wilson Emergency Management Agency will be essential if Mt. Juliet contracts with Medic One instead of WEMA to provide the city’s emergency medical services, Medic One CEO Jim Reeves told a “town hall” meeting of Mt. Juliet citizens and officials Monday night.

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MJ hiring vote ends 'fire fight'

MT. JULIET -- By October, when six new firefighters will start their jobs, the City of Mt. Juliet will have its first citywide municipal fire department, while the Wilson Emergency Management Agency (WEMA) will still operate out of the city-owned fire station at 69 East Hill Street, which WEMA will share with city fire crews.

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MJ eyes fire, EMS changes

MT. JULIET -- Proposals to contract with Medic One for ambulance services and to expand the Mt. Juliet Fire Department by hiring six new firefighters were presented at a special called meeting of the Mt. Juliet City Commission Thursday night, but the commissioners took no action on either proposal.

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WEMA hears from seven applicants for director

Seven applicants for the Wilson Emergency Management Agency’s Directors spot had not one, but two chances to present themselves to the agency on Tuesday.

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