For nearly three years, 12-year-old Madison Young, of Mt. Juliet, has collected school supplies to donate to children in the foster system in her hometown of New Orleans.
Events for folks from all walks of life – from gun and knife enthusiasts and outdoors lovers to budding artists and artisans – are on tap this weekend in Wilson County.
McDonald took over for past regent Frances Spradley as the top officer on the Andrew Jackson Foundation board of trustees, and they both join a new slate of officers at the foundation.
Encore Theatre will present a stage reading of “Pygmalion,” transcribed from the Lux Radio Theater presentation that aired Nov. 27, 1939, directed by L.M. LeSure and produced by Margie White.
During their first year as foster parents, the Ashes had one 13-year-old girl who lived with them. She was since reunited with her family and still likes to spend time with her former foster parents from time to time.
The Wilson County Cable TV Committee met Wednesday to discuss the Public, Educational and Government access channel, city documentation on YouTube and an effort to streamline email services.
Leadership Wilson held its biannual reverse raffle Monday night at Five Oaks Country Club in Lebanon, and six people walked away with a portion of the $10,000 grand prize.
McCaleb, a Lebanon native, began participating in pageant when she was a young girl. She continued to participate throughout college, marriage and as a single woman. Eventually, she opened her own business, coaching girls and doing make-up and dress sessions.
As the new school year approaches, both Lebanon and Wilson County schools are ready to make the upcoming year successful for students, parents, teachers and staff.
The Batch and Bushel Farmer’s Market held its last gathering Thursday before the Wilson County Fair, but it plans to return Sept. 1.
The study of metaphysics is central to the belief of ISD churches. Metaphysics is the science of the spiritual, considering the nature of man, reality and everything in between in pursuit of a higher truth.
Angus enthusiasts led 188 entries at the 2018 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory Angus Show on May 27 in Timonium, Maryland.
What is personalized medicine and why is it important? Personalized medicine, or pharmacogenomics, is the study of how an individual’s genes impact that person’s response to drugs. This field of precision medicine combines pharmacology or the science of drugs and genomics or the study of genes and their functions to choose the drugs and drug doses that are likely to work best for each individual person.
Patrons of the arts will get a map of locations where they can visit visual and musical arts in the buildings in Watertown. Businesses may choose their own artist to feature, or the guild will place interested artists inside or outside. There is no charge for businesses to participate. Artists will pay $50 to get the chance to sell their art.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duke, of Rome, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brittany Paige Duke, to Aaron Darrell Jenkins, son of Ria and the late Darrell Jenkins, of Lebanon.