10:00 PM Oct 28, 2014
As the cold weather is arriving it is becoming pretty obvious that fall is here. Shopping for the fall season is beyond exciting because everything you buy is so cozy, and you buy it out of comfort and style.
8:30 PM Oct 28, 2014
Pictured front row, (from left) are Sam Ford, Spencer White, Blake Borcherding, Preston Tomlinson, John Oxley, Austyn Walls, Bosco Allocco, Kannan Akins and John Harlan; second row, Hannah Zachery, Mattie Ford, Halie Tunks, Macey Harrison, Julianna Upchurch, Autumn Lamberson, Emily Haley, Brooke Bowen, Darby Wood, Brittney Pryor; and back row, (from left), Courtney Gilley, Deanna Upchurch, Sarah Raines, Hope Bradshaw, Elizabeth Armistead, Whitney Conger, Maria Shelton, Jenna Haun, Reagan Jennings, Ashley Ch
Thirty members of Watertown High School’s Future Business Leaders of America along with their advisors, Ella Parkerson Williams and Marcie Murrell, attended the Career and Technical Student Organization Fall Leadership Conference on Sept. 29 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
8:00 PM Oct 28, 2014
Pictured are HOSA members Jacques Hatcher and Destany Self in front of the LifeFlight helicopter.
Lebanon High School HOSA participated in the LifeFlight tailgate party Oct. 19 at the Lebanon Airport.
7:30 PM Oct 28, 2014
Christopher Barrett
Christopher Barrett has had his ups and downs.
7:00 PM Oct 28, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) The student researchers in the Vol State chemistry lab. Left to right: Nicole Gammons, Emmy Davis, Phillip Martinez and associate professor of Chemistry, Parris Powers.
People may not associate community college students with scientific research. However, Volunteer State Community College students may be changing that perception.
6:30 PM Oct 28, 2014
Volunteer State Community College released the list of students named to the summer 2014 honor roll and dean’s list.
6:00 PM Oct 28, 2014
Pictured are the October Students of the Month at Carroll-Oakland Elementary School.
Pictured are the October Students of the Month at Carroll-Oakland Elementary School.
5:30 PM Oct 28, 2014
As of Oct. 22, according to the Nashville Chamber Drive to 55 dashboard, 1,239 Wilson County high school seniors have signed up for the Tennessee Promise scholarship, the highest percentage in the state.
4:30 PM Oct 28, 2014
The Winfree Bryant Middle School Innovation Club held an engineering challenge recently on how to build the strongest table possible using only newspaper and Scotch tape.
10:00 PM Oct 21, 2014
Eye-catching patterns are a vision to behold, so think bold this season and show your stripes.
9:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
Bobby Arnold with Spectra Energy presents Julie Beasley, principal at Sam Houston Elementary School, with $500.
8:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
Pictured (from left) are the organizers: Jerry Faulkner, Volunteer State Community College; Paige Brown, Gallatin Chamber of Commerce; and Linda Cash, Robertson County Schools. The award winners: Margot Fosnes, Robertson County Chamber of Commerce (accepting on behalf of Rob DeBerry), Realizing Robertson’s Future, Robertson County; Glenn Haynes, Trousdale Bank & Trust, Trousdale County; Nancy White, North Central Telephone Cooperative, Macon County; Abe Gaskins, MGM Industries, Sumner County; Royce Slaven,
The North Central P-16 Council has announced the inaugural Businesses Empowering Students and Teachers Award winners.
8:00 PM Oct 21, 2014
Bobby Arnold with Spectra Energy presented a check for $1,000 to Lebanon High School principal Myra Jane Sloan.
7:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
Chick-fil-A, Inc. selected three Lebanon residents, Isaac Freeman, Brittany Breaux and Abigail Mayer, as recipients of the chain’s $1,000 Leadership Scholarship.
6:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Pictured (front row, from left) are Aliceson Wood, Bridgitte Wright, Tyler Johns, Colby Walls and Ryan Conger; middle row, Kolby Birdwell, Nathan Sweeton, Tabitha Jenkins, LaDonna Tanner and Grayson Warren, (back row, from left), Colin Warren, Jacob Harrison, Jarrett Folkerts, Holdon Guy, Austyn Walls, Noah Dixon, Cody Warren and Carter Higgins.
The Central Region 4-H Poultry Judging contest was held Sept. 25 in Lebanon. Wilson County 4-H swept first place in all three age divisions of the contest.
5:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Brian McDonald, administrator of Hearthside Assisted Living, was a student of several Wilson County Retired Teachers Association members. He was happy to see Kenneth Watts. Watts was McDonald’s principal when he attended Byars-Dowdy Elementary School as a third grader.
Wilson County Retired Teachers’ Association met Oct. 9 at the Heights of Hearthside Clubhouse.
4:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
School News for Oct. 21, 2014