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DoS favors return of block scheduling DoS favors return of block scheduling

Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright told county commissioners on Monday night the system was "investigating" the seven-period schedule implemented at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.

She explained during a follow-up interview with The Wilson Post on Tuesday that it goes "a little deeper than just investigating."

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  • DoS favors return of block scheduling DoS favors return of block scheduling

    Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright told county commissioners on Monday night the system was "investigating" the seven-period schedule implemented at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.

    She explained during a follow-up interview with The Wilson Post on Tuesday that it goes "a little deeper than just investigating."

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  • Courtyards of Marriott to open in MJ Courtyards of Marriott to open in MJ

    MT. JULIET -- Months of courtship paid off for Mt. Juliet when Courtyards of Marriott said "yes" this week.

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  • Hillcrest Baptist to honor Denton on 25th anniversary Hillcrest Baptist to honor Denton on 25th anniversary

    The congregation of Hillcrest Baptist Church will honor longtime Pastor Glenn Denton this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

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  • Man charged in fatal accident in court Thursday Man charged in fatal accident in court Thursday

    A man charged in an accident that took the life of a Nashville physician was in court Thursday, Aug. 21 for a preliminary hearing.

    Clayton Rogers, 20, of Mt. Juliet, has been charged with Felony Reckless Endangerment. He was also cited for failure to yield to a traffic signal.

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  • Ruff crowned Fairest of the Fair Ruff crowned Fairest of the Fair

    It was a magical Monday night for Mt. Juliet’s Brette Ruff who bested 14 fellow contestants for the title of 2014 Fairest of the Fair.

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Man charged with child rape

Lebanon Police have charged a man they believe is responsible for raping a 5-year-old girl.

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Two Rivers Ford to raise funds for MJ children

Ford Motor Company and its dealers have launched a new program called Drive 4 UR Community, which is designed to help raise much needed funding for local community groups and nonprofit organizations.

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Barely 2 percent have voted on Sales Tax

Early Voting on the proposed sales tax hike for the City of Lebanon is slow-going with slightly more than 2 percent of eligible voters in the city casting ballots so far.

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LSSD granted AdvancED approval

Lebanon Special School District was granted AdvancED School System Accreditation from the AdvancED Accreditation Commission, the national commission that confers the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) accreditation seal.

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TriStar Summit brings diagnostic convenience to MJ

TriStar Summit will be bringing new diagnostic services to Mt. Juliet soon, providing most of the services that patients normally have to go to a hospital to receive.

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SACC receives $150K grant

Officials with Lebanon Special School District’s School Age Child Care (SACC) program are pleased to announce it has been awarded the Tennessee LEAPS (Lottery for Education After School Programs) Grant.

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Suspect sought in kidnapping attempt

Lebanon Police are seeking a man suspected of attempting to kidnap an employee of the Pet Sense store on Tuesday night.

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Lebanon split on half-cent

Just over one week remains to early vote in Lebanon’s Sales Tax Referendum.

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Roads to be paved for Sherry's Run

The 11th annual Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk to benefit those affected by cancer will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13, in front of the main branch of Wilson Bank & Trust on West Main.

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Skilled workforce void 'greatest challenge'

According to those responsible for recruiting new jobs in Wilson County and also decision makers in existing industries here, the demand for skilled employees has never been at the level that it is today.            

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Part of Nonaville Road to close Sept. 10

A section of Nonaville Road will close on Wednesday, Sept. 10, during the day.

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CU to host book-signing Sept. 8

Cumberland University will host authors Gordon Belt and Traci Nichols-Belt as they discuss their new book, John Sevier: Tennessee’s First Hero, at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 8.

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Sam Houston Elem. to celebrate 50th anniversary

Sam Houston Elementary will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Sunday.

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School board nods tenure for 36 teachers

Wilson County Board of Education welcomed new member Linda Armistead, who represents Zone 4, to the panel at the regular meeting Tuesday night.

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Two CU students displaced by fire

STUDENT MINISTRY LEADERS
Local churches and the Cumberland community at large is reaching out to two students who have been displaced by the fire that destroyed the Baptist Student Center on S. Hatton Avenue.

Senior wrestler Tyler Smith from Calhoun, GA and Watertown sophomore Nick Sackman had been living in an upstairs apartment at the home, known for years as the Kenneth M. Tramel Baptist Student Center.

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