Today is Tuesday, January 27, 2015

"My Bid" by Joe Biddle

UT is going bowling

Tennessee's football team will have to buy some bowling shoes after defeating Vanderbilt 31-24 in both team's final regular season game at Vanderbilt Stadium.

The Vols enter the undecided bowl game with a 6-6 record, one win better than last year's 5-7 mark.

It is the youngest team in college football's Power Five conferences. They started seven freshmen against the Commodores.

They've grown up fast

Upsets have become common

John Sloan - Outdoors

Pre-spring & other things about which to rant

This pre-spring time of year always baffles me. I am never sure just what I should be doing. If we have a tolerable day, there is a chance D. Earl Durham and I might go try and catch some sauger or something. Other than that, there is not a lot I need to do.

What a fortunate life

A Spring day in pictures, it won't be long

Tommy Bryan - Sports

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Telling Tales

Mean grownups...

Mean grownups...

I've done it. And if you are being honest, you have too. My mother warned me about it. It happens all the time. And sometimes the damage is done before you get a do over. Just ask former GOP staffer Elizabeth Lauten.

On hope...and not losing it

On resolutions...

Our Feathered Friends

Looking For Eagles

Looking For Eagles
Bald Eagle at Hunters Point, By Robin Nation

What a beautiful Saturday we had right in the midst of Winter and it should hang on for a few more days. It was great to get outside and not have to wear heavy coats.

Bald Eagles are Here in Wilson County

This Year has Flown By

Sabrina on the Scene

(Beauty) Work in Progress - Lean in Lebanon

Beauty Work in Progress focuses on all the things you can do - or rather all the things you can pay someone else to do - to enhance your natural beauty and feel like your best possible self. However, one of the simplest steps you can take to feeling fabulous is to exercise.

Great (Holiday) Expectations

Beauty Work in Progress - Pelleve

Guest Column

Pay scale concerns raised for SLPs in WC Schools

I am writing in regard to the recent e-mail that I received from Mary Ann Sparks, director of Human Resources for Wilson County Schools, regarding the new pay scale that will be implemented for the 2014-2015 school year. I want to take a minute to advocate for our profession and the reasons why I feel like a base salary of $45,500 for a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) with no pay bumps, increases, etc., is unfair and not an appropriate pay rate for our profession.

Admiration turns to ‘shock and awe’ by terminations

A student's perspective on the Dr. Setterlund situation

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