First of all, I would like to thank Mayor Bernie Ash for allowing me the honor of serving this city by having enough confidence to make me one of his three choices for the West Side Park "Task Force". I'm sure you have heard a little about the proposal already. I must admit I am feeling inadequate right now as if I might have let the Mayor down and the taxpayers of Lebanon. Ultimately it's the peoples desires that count regardless of my experience.
National Random Acts of Kindness Day is Friday, Feb. 17. I'd like to share something that brightened my day recently in hopes that others will be encouraged to "pay it forward."
It's football time in Wilson County. This was the Lebanon High School football team in 1923. Do you know the names of these players and coaches?
It's a cliché, but education, and teaching in particular, has to be the hardest job in the world.
I know because I was one.
It's a simple question that I ask myself and coworkers on an almost daily basis.
Does Lebanon want to grow, or is it happy to stay as it has been for the past 10, 20, 30 years or more?
With the firing of the transportation director this week, Wilson County Schools made several decisions about its organization and future.
Wilson County Commissioners voted last week to increase their own pay from $400 a month to $800 a month by a vote of 16-6 with three commissioners absent.
On the heels of being named one of Tennessee's top newspapers, I wanted to thank everyone at The Wilson Post who has helped grow this publication into one of the strongest and most well-rounded in the state. Our staff of writers, photographers, designers, columnists and editors cannot be matched in talent, determination, expertise and camaraderie.
With our fast-paced lifestyles, we sometimes overlook safety measures that are essential to our survival and safety.
You may have noticed that I misspelled "feeling" in the title of this article. You may also notice that this is a slang word used to express how someone might feel.
"Build it and they will come" is one of the most recognized lines from the movie "Field Of Dreams."
Do you remember the saying, "You've got to slow down in order to smell the roses"?
Now that spring is here, and summer is just around the corner, there is no time like the present to take preventive steps and measures against thefts, scams and fraud.
Being a teacher is a true calling. Like any other profession, there are those who would say teachers don't get paid nearly enough for what they do. Well, I believe without a doubt teachers don't teach for the money. Teachers teach because they love what they do and cherish preparing their students' minds for the future.
Before you dismiss the next few moments as some fluffy, middle-aged, prudish, past-her-prime, woman's rant against young twenty-something females who have bodies for days and sex appeal that sells, don't.
When it comes to our senior citizens, we must do all that we can to honor and cherish them.
I would like to take a moment to remind all parents of the importance of using good child and teen safety measures and making children and teens aware of "stranger danger" and predators.
With the holidays warming the hearts of locals, there's no better time to give to those less fortunate.
Another day, another report of a fatal accident on Highway 109.
This one comes with news that two Portland High School students were killed Monday night on their way home from a high school bowling match in Gallatin, while two more were injured.
There have been many questions about the new Amp service that is proposed and how it will affect Wilson County.
I am a proud yet concerned citizen living in a wonderful growing suburb of Nashville, Tennessee, in Wilson County.
Dear Anne, As I sit at my breakfast table, I see a small limb bending down near our bird feeders. On this limb is one small piece of a leaf.
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