The Tennessee Saddle Clubs Association held its four-day state finals that ended Sunday at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon. In all, 33 clubs comprise the group with riders competing in barrel racing among several other competitions with ages ranging from 6 and younger to 50 and older.
The Wilson County Fair may be over for this year, but the fun isn’t over yet at the fairgrounds. The Tennessee Saddle Clubs Association will kick off its four-day state finals Thursday at the James E. Ward Ag Center.
A recent change in state law has prompted Wilson County judicial commissioners and deputies to begin issuing court summonses instead of warrants on some suspects that would have been arrested prior to the change.
The Wilson County Black History Committee and The Roy Bailey African American Museum and History Center played host to “Reflections on the Civil Rights Movement” on Saturday, a presentation on the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer that followed the signing of Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Wilson County Mayor Hutto, Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead, Watertown Mayor Mike Jennings and Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty (not pictured) present a proclamation to Cumberland University baseball coach Woody Hunt for the week of July 28 to be Woody Hunt Week.