Wednesday, April 01, 2020
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COVID-19 and the March 3 tornadoes continue to leave their mark on the local economy, and officials are working to keep impacted companies in the community.

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The two public school districts in Wilson County — and their teachers — are taking extraordinary steps to try to ensure learning is still occurring despite the closure of all schools because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tennessee residents who applied for assistance from FEMA after sustaining damage in the March 3 severe storms and tornadoes will receive a letter from FEMA in the mail or via email.

Monday, March 30, 2020
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As the state’s count of positive COVID-19 cases hit 1,834 and Wilson County’s 34, Gov. Bill Lee issued a new statewide order Monday closing non-essential businesses and telling residents to stay at home if possible.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020
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Mt. Juliet’s Board of Commissioners will soon buttress its public hearings with more work sessions to ensure commissioners are better informed on the details of complex agenda items before the starts of said hearings.

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The city of Mt. Juliet is “strongly” urging residents to follow Gov. Bill Lee’s executive orders in response to COVID-19.

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Wilson County’s number of COVID-19 cases rose to six as of 3 p.m. Monday, and there have been two reported deaths in the state, both in Davidson County.

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In the aftermath of the March 3 tornado, some of the victims who lost less than everything are decrying their insurance providers for what they perceive as callous claim dodging tactics.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020
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Following a request from Gov. Bill Lee in response to the growing coronavirus crisis, public schools in Wilson County will remain closed until at least March 31.

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Wilson County has completed a damage assessment for the March 3 tornado, which found a total of 1,307 residential and commercial structures were damaged in addition to previously reported fatalities and injuries.

Thursday, March 12, 2020
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
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In 2007, a group of concerned Wilson Countians came together to form the Wilson County Agricultural Hall of Fame. Since Wilson County was founded back in 1799, agriculture has been a cornerstone of this community. To recognize the contributions of the many folks involved in agriculture to ou…

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With the goal of keeping students together with their classmates and teachers, Wilson County Schools will put those displaced by the destruction of West Wilson Middle and Stoner Creek Elementary schools at Mt. Juliet Middle and Springdale Elementary — with all four students bodies attending …

Wednesday, March 04, 2020
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Kevin Dawson, principal of the new Green Hill High School, has announced several new faculty hires to head some of the school’s extracurricular programs. Robert Brindos will coach of the boys’ soccer team. Currently in his 11th teaching year, Brindos teaches at Mt. Juliet High School, and he…

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
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The city of Mt. Juliet recently unanimously passed an amendment to the municipal personnel manual to let city employees carry firearms to work, liability concerns notwithstanding.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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The ballot is set for Wilson County’s Republican primary election, which will be held on March 3 alongside the sales tax referendum and presidential preference primary.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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Mt. Juliet commissioners voted last week to deny funding to the Mt. Juliet League, which provides the city’s youth sports, and Commissioner Art Giles feels some are treating him as an enemy of local youth sports for his stance on the issue.