Saturday morning started out warm and Sunny, but by late afternoon the skies started to weep. The weather this month seems to be the "same o same o," rain then a couple of dry days and then some more rain.
Who knew an insect could be so interesting?
Hairstylist-by-day, wife, mother and beekeeping enthusiast, Jessica Dodds, explained to The Wilson Post how honeybees inspired her to create a non-profit organization.
It's almost time for the 8th Annual Whip Crackin' Rodeo at the James E. Ward Ag Center in Lebanon.
W.P. Bone III was honored at the Good Scout Award Luncheon on Wednesday. The annual event was hosted by the Walton Trail District of the Boy Scouts of America and held at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon.
Wilson County Fair Board Vice President Jimmy Comer announced Thursday that the Oak Ridge Boys would once again headline the Bates Ford Concert Series during the 2017 Wilson County Fair.
Lending a helping hand to fellow farmers was a moving experience for Jennifer Burns and Shea Hutsenpiller.
Last Friday the friends packed up and headed west to aid those who lost everything in the wildfires that destroyed 2 million acres in the Texas panhandle earlier this month.
He goes to bed at 8 nearly every night and his feet hit the floor around 4 a.m. Then, it's perusing the Internet for the latest in news and business. Next, it's a few chapters from books penned by his would-be mentors, such as Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and even Donald Trump's "The Art of the Deal". He squeezes in time to take a few online college courses in marketing and analysis.
It sounds like Hunter Eastland is a major business player, with savvy intellect and a desire to stay one step ahead in this fast-paced, every changing business landscape. However, when Eastland completes his rigorous morning schedule, he heads to school. No, not college, but high school.
When it comes to scrumptious cuisine, the Jones family at Gordonsville's Timberloft Restaurant proves a triple threat.
As I write this article, spring is only one day away. One might expect it to start off warm, but no such luck.
The last time Kathy Pearson saw her son walk was two years ago, to this day. Her son Alex was an artistic, funny, budding 15-year-old and she was on her way to her church to help fix meals. She asked him if he could please walk their two little shih tzus.
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