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According to Wilson County Schools spokesperson Jennifer Johnson, the school system's central office has begun to receive notice from teachers who intend to take a sick day on Monday, August 21, the date of the upcoming solar eclipse.
John Rose, of Temperance Hall, recently announced he will seek the Republican nomination for Tennessee's 6th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives.
Mt. Juliet 5, Wilson Central 2 -
Mt. Juliet improved to 2-0 on the season following Thursday's 5-2 home win over Wilson Central.
Leading 2-1 at intermission, the Lady Bears scored three second half goals to put the game on ice.
Maya Bender and Ally Cole each scored twice for the winners while Haleigh Walker added a goal.
This is the week before the Wilson County Fair kicks off a new season. I hope that mother nature will be kind to us with not so hot temperatures and high humidity. Mother nature is just a meaning, but Father God will actually be the one in control.
Fall of 2018 is targeted --
Kathy Slaughter will move into the role of Director of Volleyball, continuing as head coach of women's volleyball and overseeing the hiring of a coach and implementation of a men's volleyball program set to begin play in Fall 2018, announced Cumberland Director of Athletics Ron Pavan this week.
Slaughter enters her third season as head coach at Cumberland but is no stranger to the sport, earning All-Conference honors at CU before serving five years as an assistant coach at her alma mater.
On Monday, a Wilson County School Board member made a motion to reconsider and close county schools on Eclipse Day.
Soccer -- Cookeville 5, Lebanon 2 -
Lebanon High's soccer team dropped a 5-2 home loss to Cookeville High Tuesday, Aug. 15.
CHS pulled ahead 3-0 in the first half before Lebanon ninth grader Isabella Simmons scored twice on assists from Ashley Grimes and Danielle Redmond.
Cookeville tallied another goal with 2:59 left in the period and took a 4-2 lead into intermission.
Two years ago, when Lebanon chiropractor Cris Corley began to envision the upcoming solar eclipse he saw light in the darkness. And then he heard a bluegrass tune playing in his head.
Sharing his epiphany with friend John Walker, executive producer of "Music City Roots," that vision has morphed into Eclipse Party on the Upper Cumberland, a concert, starring the Whiskey Gentry and the Jake Leg Stompers, which will make merry 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday at Corley's farm on Beasley's Bend Road, about 13 miles from Lebanon.
CedarStone Bank plans on the bank closing this coming Monday for one hour so that employees and customers may enjoy the upcoming solar eclipse.
Wilson County Fair President Randall Clemons invited media to a Press Day on Tuesday at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center where he showcased the Wilson County Expo Center - the new home to all fair pageants - and discussed putting safety first.
Teachers in Wilson County have until Monday, Aug. 21 to share how they would use an extra $100 in their classrooms. Twenty-five educators will then be selected to receive a hundred bucks each, thanks to a group of dentists who simply want to make teachers smile.
A new Mt. Juliet City Planner hails from a similar position in Franklin, Tenn. for about a decade.
The age of elegance will showcase at the Wilson County Fair Aug. 19 where some of Wilson County's fab woman will compete for Ms. Wilson County Senior Tennessee.
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