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MJ burglary suspects arrested at Antioch hotel
Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Staff Reports

Three juvenile suspects in an aggravated burglary at Aventura Apartments were tracked and apprehended at a Super 8 Hotel in Antioch Tuesday. 

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School board votes down credit for MJ
Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Wilson County School Board voted to not accept a proposal from the City of Mt. Juliet that would see the City have a $200,000 credit taken out of the $449,000 owed because of a liquor by the drink tax that hadn’t been paid because of an oversight. 

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MJ Help Center await new building
Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

For the first time in its over 30 year history, the Mt. Juliet Help Center will soon have a permanent home. 

“It’s truly been a labor of love and would not have been possible without the help of many selfless and generous people of Mt. Juliet,” said Director Carolyn Smith. 

While the new facility is being built, the Mt. Juliet Help Center will be located at the old Chief Equipment Rental building at 11935 Lebanon Road for approximately six months. The permanent location will be at 3425B N. Mt. Juliet Road on land purchased from the Celebration Lutheran Church. The building will be built by Goddard Construction. 

The Mt. Juliet Help Center was organized in March of 1983 by seven local churches. Throughout the years, the center has been located at several different places. With generous support from local churches and individuals, United Way, Wilson County and Mt. Juliet City Governments, the Mt. Juliet Help Center continues to provide food and utility assistance for those in need. 

The Help Center provides limited utility assistance for registered clients and assistance with finding community aid and information in areas such as homelessness, disabilities and domestic abuse. The Help Center food pantry provides, for anyone, gently used clothing, bread and bakery items daily. For registered clients, they offer canned goods, snacks, frozen foods and perishable items. To be eligible for registration, people must reside within West Wilson County (west of Highway 109 to the Davidson County line). 

The Mt. Juliet Help Center strives to provide quality short term emergency assistance delivered with warmth, compassion, and friendliness while being a church, community partner and good neighbor. 

 
Mt. Juliet Elementary Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Principal’s List

2nd Grade: Sarah Baez Trevino, Brayden Barton, Nick Blair, Liam Bowles, Audrey Brown, Lincoln Burch, Dezeree Butters, Ethan Campbell, Sydney Cason, Ethan DelConte, Sadie Duke, Maggie Dunlap, Chloe Elekaili, Addison French, Matthew Grant Johnson, Christopher Henley, Avani Hill, Andrew Huffine, Ellsie Humes, Jenna Jacobs, Samantha Johnson, Regan Jones, Nathan Kowolski, Lily Lipscomb, Amelia Mayo, Sienna Mayo, Mia McCoy, Mia McGranahan, Addison McQueen, Cash Mead, Jalen Mitchell, Micah Monk, Natalie Moreno, Emma Nodine, Jeremiah Pardue, Courtney Parker, Yug Patel, Jackson Phibbs, Reece Price, Adalee Rainey, Gabby Rivas, Casen Roark, Kimora Robinson, Dylan Shirley, Ashlee Swift, Tyler Travers, Cole Underwood, Xander Ward, Nikolas Ware, Caden Webber, Isobel Weyland.

3rd Grade: Aidan Adcock, Owen Agee, Brandon Alford, Cody Ambrose, Madilyn Bergset, Kristina Bosch, Lockard Boyle, Ethan Brake, Thatcher Davis, Hailey Donato, Kirsten Doss, Julia Eckel, Hannah Frattini, Chloe Gessner, AnnaSophia Gibson, Emma Gnann, Miranda Hebel, Cambrire Hill, Sammi Hite, Jack Horst, Tori Jacobs, Lucy Kammerer, Erin Keating, Grant Leyk, Victoria Linville, Josephine McAfee, Mackenzie Romer, John Ruotolo, Clara Grace Sanders, Maddie Sheehy, Caitlyn Spencer, Steven Sun, Ben Taylor, Resha Kate Tinley, Noah Vaughn, Jamie West, David Winsinger.

4th Grade: Katie Alford, Gabe Anderson, Carolina Bannach, Marcus Beebe Jr., Garrett Brown, Katelyn Brown, Ava Bryant, Jason Burch, Megan Campbell, Ty Campbell, Briley Chandler, Gracie Dolezal, Zackery Donovan, Lucy Ephrem, Emily Erdley, Emma Haley, Caroline Hall, Samantha Hartsook, Natalie Horst, Nate Kammerer, Keegan McAfee, Hannah McCord, Morgan Nance, Parker Overath, Noah Pierce, Tate Riley, Jackson Scudder, Andrew Shell, Te Stover, Madison Streszoff, Seth Taylor, Trent Thomas, Lily Weiss, John Wilkerson, Matthew Wilkerson.

5th Grade: Aine Brigden, Savannah Clarke, Carson Cote, Hannah Colson, Kaylyn Eckel, Roxie Flesher, Lily Harper, Sarah Heckmann, Zach Hendley, Abby Hill, Alina Hill, Avery Hix, Renee Jones, Jaxyn Kirian, Garrison Lewis, Mary McCarthy, Davis McQueen, Seth Miller, Jordan Post, Ava Rainey, Konner Russell, Wade Savage, Ty Smith, Hannah Smoot, Meyer Tinley, Sydney Welch.

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Emanuel Angel, Sarah Blackburn, Morgan Burks, Cal Clark, Ansel Davis, Keely Gooch, Skylar Hale, Evan Hardin, Jack Haynie, Lacey Head, Elyssa Henderberg, Caleb Howell, Jabrielle Jordan, Bradley Kirby, Maggie Lambert, Josh Lechner, Alivia Mang, Laurel Middleton, Morgan Middleton, Will Milner, Anthony Morris, Jovie Neely, Kayden Noel, Vidhi Patel, Ahanti Patowary, Will Pyrtle, Jackson Rudd, Gray Sevelius, Kate Shamblin, Rykan Tarazona, Cameron Underwood, Thomas Winfrey, Olivia Womack

3rd Grade: Joseph Abbott, Abby Aronin, Sydney Ashabranner, Kiran Bhela, Alyana Booher, Savannah Bradley, Bryce Christenson, Kaleigh Copeland, Marc Cordle, Malia Curtis, Will Czerniak, Brandon Druen, Niko Duffie, Hannah Ellis, Zoey Frizzell, Morgan Heim, Kalen Hix, Haley Hill, Peyton Hughes, Jansen Krawczyk, Camden Lackey, Avery Lawson, Caleb Lins, Molly McCarthy, Patrick McClanahan, Julia Nodine, Bryson Parson, A.J. Pilcher, Nate Roth, Carson Sells, Bella Silverwood, Travis Smallwood, Ella Smith, Logan Strub, Jovie Talbott, Breanna Trivett, Lamar Wade, Ellie Wright

4th Grade: Omar Assal, Alex Baez Trevino, Ames Baker, Sheridan Barker, Mitchell Bennett, Alex Blackwell, Chloe Burton, Autumn Caldwell, Alexandra Cass, Ben Christenson, Kennedi Coker, Lia Corkern, Size Daniyan, Haylie Devine, Emma Divona, Audrey Downing, Kyle Fitzgibbons, Rohit Ganachari, Bradyn Gannon, Crispin Garrido, Seth Hagemeyer, Evie Hayes, Anglea Hoover, Lauren Jackson, Hailey Jones, Milan Jones, Garrett Journell, Sanjeev Kommireddi, Ella Lambert, Isaiah Lopez, Joshua Lowery, Claire Luecke, Lauren Lupton, Rylee Mallicoat, Chad Marudas, Ellie Rose  McAnally, Hayden Mead, Kenzie Miller, Clay Morrow, Adam Partin, Sivani Patel, Bella Pilkinton, DJ Pirtle, Rozlin Rivas, Andy Romer, Beau Shamblin, Joshua Sweigard, Kaleb Tillman, Carly Thompson, Sydney Williams

5th Grade: Kaleb Abel, Kara Jo Alsup, Andrew Aronin, Aiden Baltz Hooten, Hailey Bennett, Lexi Berry, Zach Bingham, Cole Bolton, Alden Boyd, Allison Brake, Kate Brown, Anthony Buckland, Aiden Camp, Lily Crawford, Kyleigh DeBow, Jenna Delaney, J.J. DeWald, Jonah Ferrer, Emily French, Emma Garver, Ty Gilbert, India Gooch, Aiden Graves, Avery Hampton, Jackson Haywood, Mario Hill, Austin Hunley, Morgan Hunt, Alena Jenkins, Kayla Johnson, Pranav Khetarpal, Brice Lamont, Lindsey Lawrence, Jude Lins, Anna Long, Emma McAdoo, Ty Mitchell, Maggie Moore, Chantelle Muller, Tanner Phibbs, Cate Satterfield, Perry Shipley, Aidan Smith, Isaac Walmsley,  Camille Wathen, Jacob Winfrey

 
Abston wins MJ District 4 Commission seat
Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

There was a big change in the Mt. Juliet City Commission Tuesday night as challenger Brian Abston unseated long time commissioner Jim Bradshaw. 

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