7:00 PM Jul 23, 2014
(Kimberly Jordan • Lebanon Democrat) Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Connie Clark addresses a crowd at a judicial retention rally at Cumberland University on Tuesday. Clark encouraged the attendees to ‘find the 22 judges on the ballot and vote to keep all of us.’
Cumberland University played host to a retention rally for Tennessee Supreme Court justices Tuesday.
12:00 PM Jul 23, 2014
Robert Hicks
A Lebanon man charged with rape of a child under 13 years old appeared in a Wilson County courtroom Tuesday where a motions hearing was scheduled.
4:04 PM Jul 22, 2014
A Lebanon street will be closed Wednesday to allow city workers to replace a water main gate valve.
2:00 PM Jul 22, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Ron VanHook works on the Seats Studio Museum building at Fiddlers Grove recently.
A new building honoring the history of one of Wilson County’s oldest businesses will be dedicated at the upcoming Wilson County Fair.
8:15 AM Jul 21, 2014
Pictured (from left) 2013-14 Rotary President Ed James receives the Paul Harris Fellowship award and Past President plaque and pin from current club President Greg Butler.
Pictured (from left) 2013-14 Rotary President Ed James receives the Paul Harris Fellowship award and Past President plaque and pin from current club President Greg Butler.
6:00 PM Jul 20, 2014
Asante Salon recently donated 63 ponytails to Locks of Love, a public nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children suffering from long-term medical conditions.
1:00 PM Jul 20, 2014
Pictured (from left) are club member Eddie Pawlawski, Becky Kegley and club president Phil Carter.
Becky Kegley, principal at Winfree Bryant Middle School was the guest speaker at the Lebanon Kiwanis Club meeting Monday.
9:00 PM Jul 19, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Models Wanted contest winners Camy and Claire Stout present $5,000, courtesy of Rack Room Shoes, to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America at the Lebanon Premium Outlets location. Pictured (from left) are contest winner Camy Stout, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America representative Michele Niec and contest winner Claire Stout.
As winners of Rack Room Shoes’ 10th anniversary Models Wanted contest, two area siblings are now featured in the national footwear retailer’s Back to School advertising campaign.
7:00 PM Jul 18, 2014
(Caitlin Rickard • Lebanon Democrat) The Evermean Evergreen Cloggers performed throughout the night Thursday at Jammin’ with the General and featured cloggers of all ages.
Thursday night’s Jammin’ with the General concert closed out the event for the year with its final show in the series.
5:00 PM Jul 18, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Local Christian hip-hop artist Jay Robinson, known as Jericho, performs for a crowd.
A local Christian hip-hop artist has recently signed a record deal.
4:45 PM Jul 18, 2014
Tracey Timbs
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents received indictments from a Wilson County grand jury for a Smith County woman and an accomplice accused of participating in a far-reaching SNAP fraud case.
4:00 PM Jul 18, 2014
People who love tomatoes are in for a treat this Saturday, when Historic Lebanon will hold its sixth annual Tomato Festival.
7:00 PM Jul 17, 2014
A Lebanon premier garden center will soon change locations, but plans to stay true to its name in the process.
7:00 PM Jul 16, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Pictured (back row, from left) are Phillip Warren, administrator of elections; Thomas Partlow, co-director of Archives; (second row, from left) Bev Spickard, register of deeds and Public Records Committee member; Linda Granstaff, co-director of Archives, Jim Goodall, county clerk and Public Records Committee member; (front row from left) Kathryn Howard McCleskey, Christie Howard Webb and Sen. Mae Beavers.
State Sen. Mae Beavers presented a memorial proclamation from the Tennessee General Assembly to the Wilson County Archives and the family of longtime Wilson County Historian Jack Howard.
2:00 PM Jul 16, 2014
Glyn Edward Newton
Glyn Edward Newton, long-time teacher for Dale Carnegie Training, died Friday in Monteagle.