Two ends of the spectrum, but both men are equally grateful.
Mt. Juliet Commissioner Brian Abston and Lebanon's Troy Putman both own cabins in the affected areas. One lost much, the other forever grateful his was spared.
As part of the 18th annual Granville Country Christmas, the Jackson County community of Granville will host its Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. with WKRN Meteorologist and Mt. Juliet resident Davis Nolan serving as the parade's grand marshal.
Saturday's 18th annual Historic Granville Country Christmas will feature a day of Christmas music at the Granville United Methodist Church.
The Lebanon Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Lebanon and Historic Lebanon will be hosting Christmas on the Square Saturday afternoon. The event, which is from 3 until 7 p.m., will feature live music of the season, carriage rides and shopping. Children will get to enjoy Kid's Corner and visit with Santa at the Chamber office. Concessions will be available from a variety of vendors.
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Aimee was a whiz on her scooter Saturday afternoon and little brother Wilson kept up with her as best he could on his trike. Wilson, 3, even showed off and went backwards.
Dr. Brad Altman of Aprima, Consultants in Eye Health, in Mt. Juliet recently dropped off a donation of dog and puppy food at the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter. Altman is seen, from left, with the shelter's volunteer coordinator Karen Franklin, Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Director Dawn Ambrose and Abby, a pit bull mix. The shelter's Christmas gift wish list includes clumping cat litter, paper towels and dog food. SUBMITTED
Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church's annual drive-thru nativity, "Journey to Bethlehem," will be open from 7 until 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16 and Saturday, Dec. 17. The 10 scenes depict the meaning of Christmas, showing the journey of Mary and Joseph as they traveled to Bethlehem and awaited the birth of Jesus. The church is located at 522 Castle Heights Avenue. SUBMITTED
We are about 70-plus days into our 2016/17 hunting season. For half of it, it was more like summer and a drought was building.
Hunting should have been slow. In some areas, I guess it was. Crazy Weather!
Is Al Gore to blame? What is it with the summer weather during bow season? But for that matter, what do I have to complain about?
The identity of the man killed in a Watertown fire on Monday has been released.
LHS moves to district semifinals
Lebanon High's girls bowling team improved to 17-0 on the season following Tuesday's 25-2 victory over Gallatin in the quarterfinals of the District 12 tournament at Pro Bowl West.
The Lady Devils advance to the district semifinals Thursday, Dec. 8 -- again at Pro Bowl West.
Eight years came and went in the blink of an eye according to Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead.
It was a much-anticipated, post-Christmas sleepover with their four young grandchildren. Don and Sandy's house was a fantasy-like, dream-come-true, majestic home nestled on a peninsula in Maryland.
It's no secret that one of society's most important roles is our school teachers.
Lebanon's Eddie and Martha Adcock along with friends Gene Johnson and Valerie Smith lead the merry, musical way at the 17th Annual Christmas Bluegrass Benefit Concert for the Homeless, which rings forth at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Station Inn, 402 12th Avenue S., in Nashville.
Mt. Juliet firefighters arrived Friday at the scene of the remnants of a house fire on South Rutland Road, just outside of the Mt. Juliet city limits. They provided mutual aid.
A deadly house fire in Watertown which took the life of a 73-year-old man is currently under investigation.
For the past 94 years, friends and neighbors have assembled regularly in a simple but charming building on the hill beside Berea Church Road. Topped with a red tin roof, the structure sits next door to Berea Church of Christ and across Coles Ferry Pike from Friendship Christian School.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, Representative Kevin Brady, Chairman, Ways and Means Committee, and Representative Tom Price, Chairman, Budget Committee, who is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services, are among Republican leaders in the U.S. House who support legislation to privatize Medicare by converting it to a "premium support" system.
As chairman of the Wilson County Election Commission, I have observed in the last few years the election process from each election to its certified end. I conclude that we have the best poll workers in the state of Tennessee.
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