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Gladeville Principal’s List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Principal’s List

2nd Grade: Joshua Armistead, Paige Barkstrom, Cage Beal, Aaron Clapa, Hailey Dobson, Abbie Dwyer, Lia Elisia, Kelsey Ferguson, Braylon Hill, Jordan Hobbs, Lainey Hitt, Brayden Hutchinson, Addison Kahrs, Ember Keeler, Brileigh Kenworthy,  Tristan Lamb, Tanner Lathrop, Danielle Lloyd, Gabriel Mangum, Landon Mason, Toby Mattone, Bailey Oldham, Kayla Ollie, Elliot Patterson, Jayden Poole, Alexis Prescott, Jessica Reeves, Sebastian Roll, Josh Smith, Brooklyn Sowell, Kate Stone, Cameron Thomas, Myles Youngman, Cayson Walz, Brayden Williams

3rd Grade:   Katerina Colwell, Eric Curtis, Karli Foster, Madyson Graves, Dylan Guethlein, Matthew Howard, Ananda Irwin, Kortney Jackson, Tyler Mattone, Mackenzie McDonald, Rubi Morris, Jamey Ricketts, Sophie Roberts, Lili Rodriguez, Isaac Schafer, Braiden Staten, Abby Wade.

4th Grade:  Alexa Borski, Davis Brewer, Anna Fergusson, Will Hamilton, Ethan Hunter, Adler Kerr, Riley Kraus, Tammy Le, Mason Melton, Katy Rowe,Jarrod Taylor, Erin Tucker, Sulley Vincion, Whitney Yankura

5th Grade:  Amelia Gardner, Jacob Howard, Arianna Hutchinson, Ally Lewis, Connor Maxwell, Madison McDonald, Katie McFarlin, Katey Meador, Sydnee Richetto, Mackenzie Welch

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Nolin Adams, Annabelle Beeler, Cyrus Bennett, Adam Blankenship, Andrew Blythe, Jacob Bruce, Branton Champion, Dominick Davis, Kaden Garcia, Cassidy Goddard, Carolina Gonzalez, Gabe Hildabrand, Claire Hood, Chandler Hurst, Natalie Iozia, Carly Jarosz, Marissa King, Allie Luna, Lilly Matthews, Levi Muraira, Trent Myatt, Kaylee Orrand, Joshua Ramirez, Daniel Schuster, Anna Scott, Mason Snider, Kelsey Stevens, Mattison Trammell, Emily Wilson

3rd Grade: Ciara Brown, Ethan Brown, J.J. Cimato, Travis Coles, Greer Davis, Gage Eastland, Kate Grandstaff, Kaleo Grooms, Jaell Harris, Allyson Hoffner, Leah Lannom, Rachel Malone, Bryson Miller, Matt Morris, Trent Myatt, Jase Neuble, Tyson O’Brien, Brantley Pilcher, Gracie Powers, Shelby Russom, Jordan Selby, Addison Shrum, Ryan Smith, Mason Snider, Keller Stone, Ayden Stonestreet, Emily Wilson, Macy Wimberley, Sydney Withrow

4th Grade: Cailin Aguilera, Jacob Armistead, Leah Grace Beazley, Amber Bollinger, Bryce Booth, Jordan Bush, Megan Cartee, Eve Cashion, Carissa Cook, Faith Cook, Chloe Crabtree, Clayton Duke, Kailyn Ferguson, Olivia Gessford, Wilson Greenwood, Wyatt Guethlein, Alli Johnson, Casey Jones, Landon Jones, Madison Kibbe, Tyson King, Madeline Knee, Kanan Kolesnikoff, Selena Lugo, David Martinez, Lacie Mays, Kennedy McAfee, Luke Meadows, Gabriel Mencia, Griffin Mills, Grace Monroe, Zach Moon, Cruzsita Navarro, Addie Myatt, Kortni Owens, Nile Payne, Alexis Roberts, Tryston Roney, Jameson Scott, Jazmyne Stilts, Adelle Sweeney, Brock Wamack, Zach Wilson

5th Grade: Wyatt Baskin, Justin Bilbrey, Madison Blake, Emma Brown, Jacob Browning, Cade Carson, Chance Carson, Makayla Cashion, Gabby Clapa, Gracie Clark, Aalyissa Cooley, Kiara Davis, Nolan Edwards, Harley Eighmey, Alex Gammons, Holly Hagar, Josh Howell, Katie Hozey, Easton Jennings, Rayne Ledbetter, Tristan Lewis, Josh Lu, Leila Marsh, Cameron McCaleb, Braden McNeese, Shane Mintel, Ashton Morgan, Emily Ochoa, Jaybril Payne, Keeleigh Pilcher, Erin Reynolds, Grace Sanders, Blaine Seibel, Colby Sparks, Asiya Thompson, Gracie Youngman

 
Wilson Central High School Top 10 Percent
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Bretley Agee, Morgan Beers, Kathryn Belcher, Rebecca Blom, Jenna Bond, Beau Booth, Karis Bradley, Haley Bullington, David Gal-Chis, Kayla Gardner, Autumn Glass, Molly Graham, Michael Grijalva, Kristen Guethlein, Bryce Hammer, Tyler Hayzlett, Julia Jardine, Kiley Kurtz, Deja Lytle, Gillian Mak, Jordan McCullough, Sanjin Midtlyng, Brooke Norris, Mia Otting, Courtney Pride, Jamie Rainbolt, Kevin Robertson, Alyssa Sanders, Alexandra Schafer, Marissa Sells, William Singer, Sanika Sovani, Elijah Stafford, Sydnee Steverson, Kelsey Tomlin, Kendyl Turner, Louie Viciconti, Savannah Ward, Grady Wood, Macy Wright.

 
School Director search down to 2
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The search for the new Wilson County Director of Schools is down to two candidates. 

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Commission decides against selling building
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Board of Commissioners rejected a bid to buy the Finance Building located near City Hall. 

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Division turn lane improving traffic flow
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

People are used to the traffic in Providence and N. Mt. Juliet Road, but another busy spot has been at the corner of Division and South Greenhill. 

With the population in the area, and the rules of the quiet zone, traffic could back up a half mile on South Greenhill. 

But two changes have at least lessened the burden on the intersection. There has been a turn lane added on Divsion, and an interactive signal. 

That helps move the traffic east/west. which will free up more green lights for the people coming off South Greenhill. 

“It’s just a simple way to move more cars through,” said Vice Mayor James Maness. 

Maness said traffic still is a problem in the area, but has been lessened and the city is working on ways to further improve it. The difficulty is that there are restrictions placed upon the intersection because of the quiet zone and railroad crossing.

“I think it was needed,” said Hickory Hills resident Stephen Webber of the new turn lane.  “People have always just made their own lane, driving on the shoulder, and that can be dangerous.” 

Maness said that it is still a possibility to extend South Greenhill all the way to Old Lebanon Dirt Road to help people move easier through the area, and to help emergency services vehicles have better access. 

 
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