Watertown High to induct five
WATERTOWN -- Five individuals have been elected into the inaugural class of the Watertown High Hall of Fame.
Inductees include: Ricky Baker, Jill Gwaltney, Virginia Ann Huddleston, Coach Brownie Robinson and Olivia Seay.
A Saturday, Nov. 5 dinner and induction ceremony has been planned.
MJ 4, Gallatin 0
Mt. Juliet's soccer team moved to 7-4 overall and 2-2 in District 9-AAA following Monday's 4-0 victory over Gallatin.
Maya Bender, Britt Ellmore, Ally Cole and Brooklynn Butler all scored goals for the Lady Bears.
Assists came from Bella Agee, Shelby Oldham and Katie Luecke.
Keeper Hailey Walker had two saves to record the shutout.
Next up is a 5:30 p.m. home match Thursday, Sept. 29 against Murfreesboro Riverdale.
Phoenix hosts Shawnee St. Sept. 24
Cumberland moved up nine spots to No. 16 in the first regular season edition of the NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 poll, released this week by the national office.
The Phoenix head into Saturday's 12 Noon home match against Shawnee State with a 5-1-1 overall record, posting a victory over then 16th-ranked Siena Heights University and playing to a 1-1 draw with then No. 8 Martin Methodist.
Marilyn Bryant has announced her candidacy for the Ward 2 alderman seat on the Lebanon city Council in the Nov. 8 Municipal Election.
One of Wilson County's tastiest landmarks is under new ownership.
Sue Dickhaus is proving that natural beauty products can be both nourishing and luxurious - one delicious concoction at a time.
The annual Taste of Wilson County Event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6 at The Mill in Lebanon.
What's the worst distraction to a hard-nosed adult fisherman? It's a little boy, a tagalong son who, when he's not hung up on a log with his fishing line, wants to catch a turtle.
Jim Bartoo, with The Nashville Zoo, spoke on Wednesday to Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce members during their monthly luncheon, held at Rutland Place.
It's all about "paws" this weekend in Mt. Juliet.
Local law enforcement agencies have teamed up with Wilson County Masonic Lodges to make the Shrine Circus, which takes place October 13-16 in Nashville, accessible to 300 children.
In recognition of National Public Lands Day, Tennessee State Parks - including a pair of local parks - and state natural areas will host ranger-led hikes, volunteer projects and interpretive programs on Saturday.
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