The boat slides across the lake on a surface slick as glass. Unusual for J. Percy Priest. Yesterday, Memorial Day, I bet it was a zoo. The wind is not up, yet. The fog bank follows us. It will move as smoke, shifting and settling across the water, concentrating on the area where the water is warmer, contrasting the cool air.
Lebanon 8U fastpitch squad -
CLARKSVILLE -- The Lebanon Hot Rods, a team comprised of 8U players from the Lebanon Girls Softball League, capped off a 20-9 summer tournament run by winning the United Southern Girls Fastpitch World Series earlier this month at at RichEllen Park in Montgomery County.
The Hot Rods defeated Mt. Juliet Gold 12-1 Sunday, July 16 in the finals.
Volleyball leads the way --
The NAIA honored 10 Cumberland athletic squads this week as NAIA Scholar Teams for the 2016-17 academic year.
Teams must obtain a 3.00 cumulative grade-point-average or higher for all eligible varsity student-athletes during the past academic year to garner the award.
Originally from Lemont, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, Erin Houser moved to Tennessee over the summer for a change of scenery. She is excited to be teaching Third Grade English/Language Arts and Social Studies at Southside Elementary in Lebanon when school beings Tuesday, Aug. 1.
The Wilson County Fair will continue to use Amusements of America to provide carnival rides on the midway, according to Randall Clemons, president of Wilson County Promotions.
Lebanon-based Tennessee Cheesecake will hold its semi-annual dock sale on Friday, offering locally made desserts at wholesale prices.
It was a different America in many ways in the 1950s.
When it came to amateur baseball in Middle Tennessee, outstanding young black athletes could only play the game against other blacks.
Wilson Bank & Trust recently welcomed lending industry veteran Tonya Strobel as president of the bank's mortgage division.
Children's author Amy Parker, a 1994 Watertown High School graduate, and her best-selling "Night Night" series of bedtime books are going to dinner.
Pitcher of the Week -
PEARL, MS - The Biloxi Shuckers snapped a four-game losing streak in a big way with a 7-0 victory over the Double-A Mississippi Braves Sunday with a big assist from a former Cumberland University All-American.
Southern League All-Star Aaron Wilkerson threw the first nine-inning complete game shutout in franchise history to bring the Shuckers within 3.5 games of first place. Wilkerson (9-4) was a calming veteran presence on the mound, and he carried the Shuckers to victory with a two-hit shutout.
Fun-raisers on tap this week -
The Kiwanis Club of Lebanon welcomed the Tennessee State Champions Dixie Youth Lebanon Americans Baseball team to Sammy B's for their official program.
Kiwanian Jay Bradshaw introduced John Pope, Lebanon Youth Baseball League (LYB) board member, who had each player come up and provide their names and positions.
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