Sydney Mann of Mt. Juliet was recently recognized at the Harding University Department of Theatre Ellis Awards. A drama and speech education major, Mann was awarded the John 1:5 Scholarship.
Earlier this year, Powell & Meadows Insurance Agency elected Phillip "Chip" Piper II as corporate vice president. Piper joined Raymond Allen Edwards and Phillip S. Piper as executive officers and principals of the company.
Due to concerns over weather this Saturday during the race, the Nashville Rock n Roll Marathon has adjusted the start times of the 5K, half-marathon and full marathon.
Officials with Empower Me Center announced this week that the local non-profit has received another $100,000 anonymous gift, and this time, news of the contribution was delivered via text message.
The Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) recently opened online registration for the 2017-18 school year for all children currently applying for the pre-kindergarten program and for children who will be attending kindergarten within the district.
For the late Hollis McClanahan, Downtown Antiques was more than a cavernous curiosity shop where he dealt in vintage American items. The enterprise reflected his lifestyle.
CU athletes will instruct
LEBANON -- Cumberland University's men's and women's soccer teams will be hosting a clinic for youth soccer players of Wilson County Friday, April 28.
The free clinic will be held 6-7 p.m. at the Breakfast Rotary Soccer (airport) Complex off Castle Heights Ave.
Players ages U4 to U15 are welcome, and asked to bring their own ball and proper soccer equipment.
I don't do it much anymore, at least not on purpose. Getting too old, I guess.
But fishing on a rainy, spring day can be super productive. Over the years, (the ones quite a ways in the past,), I learned that when it is raining enough to get the creeks and draws running fresh water into the lakes and streams, the fish tend to bite.
Have you heard of PHOEBE Connections? It's a group in Wilson County that helps widows start over and, hopefully, smile again.
Ronda Martin currently serves as President of PHOEBE Connections, formerly known as PHOEBE Ministries.
The eighth annual Whip Crackin' Rodeo rolled into Lebanon this past weekend, and despite the rainy weather, crowds still showed up to see cowboys and cowgirls in action under the covered arena at the James E. Ward Ag Center.
A collective sigh of sadness was heard when hundreds gathered Monday to say a final farewell and celebrate the life and legacy of Wilson County pioneer Hale Moss.
Rick Bell met with The Wilson Post for an exclusive interview where he discussed quality of life and answered questions about his family's 15-acre donation, valued at $1.5 million, and planning a park for current and future generations to enjoy.
With all of this rain here lately, some of our local creeks and rivers are starting to overflow their banks. We passed by the Don Fox Park Saturday morning and found that the western and eastern parts were under about two feet of water.
Effective as of April 4, an election bill allowing poll officials to volunteer their time as a public service will offer the opportunity for high school students to earn necessary volunteer hours needed for Tennessee Scholars and Tennessee Promise scholarships.
On Monday, May 1, Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) will partner with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and the 15th Judicial District Child Advocacy Center to present a workshop to raise awareness on the dangers and signs of drug and human trafficking.
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