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Stone Farm approved by City
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners approved the preliminary master development plan for a new large neighborhood. 

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Sheriff’s Office recruiting explorers
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

From the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office

Young people between ages 14-18 are getting the opportunity to learn about a career in law enforcement as the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office gets its Explorers Post #328 classes underway.

So far, 15 students from Lebanon and Wilson Central High Schools have begun taking classes and learning about various aspects of law enforcement careers. The program, which began in October, includes more than 60 hours of training in criminal law, officer safety and survival, arrest and search procedures, emergency management, crime prevention, CPR, report writing, crime scene investigation, riding with sworn officers and a host of other skills.

“We are pleased young people in our area are interested in law enforcement, and we hope to get them started on a path to a professional vocation regardless of whether they decide to pursue a law enforcement career,” Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “It is geared to help young men and women with opportunities in citizenship service, fitness and social responsibility.”

The Explorers is a division of Boys Scouts of America and is open to Wilson County students who have completed the eighth grade as long as they meet the requirements, have parental approval and must maintain at least a “C” average in school. The Explorers are learning under the guidance of Post Advisor Sgt. James Lanier and three associate advisers, Deputies Emy Bates, Christopher Keyes and James Smith.

“This is a program to teach self-discipline, self-respect and integrity,” said Sgt. Lanier. “We expect the Explorers with Post #328 to be mirrors of ourselves and to conducts themselves as a role model for others whether they are in class or participating in everyday activities just as we do.” 

In the long run, Explorers will have the chance to compete with other explorers, including those across the county and possibly internationally. 

Classes are taught every other Monday at 6 p.m.in the Sheriff’s Office training room. Anyone interested in participating can come to the class but must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The registration is $25. A complete list of classes and dates is available upon request.  

 
West Wilson Middle Principal’s List
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

6th Grade: Stephen Anthony, Jordan Barga, Jenna Barney, Jasmin Betancourt, Grace Bingham, Julia Briggs, Caleb Brown, Chance Carson, Cade Carson, Hayden Carter, Molly Castle, Sarah Castle, Kira Cornick, Sydney Dalton, Jacob Davidson, Kassidy Davis, Jack Diedrick, Caleb Dixon, Brittany Droste, Jerika Eduave, Ellen Ewing, Giana Fasone, Marina Fekry, Amelia Gardner, Abenezer Gizaw, Grey Goodwin, Kain Hailey, Jonathan Hetrick, Jacob Howard, Arianna Hutchinson, Alec Jones, Weston Knott, Gavin Kuester, Alexander Lam, Clara Lee, Brooke Laredo, Joshua Lu, Connor Maxwell, Olivia McAlister, Katie McFarlin, Bryson McMahon, Kaitlyn Meador, Kevan Mehta, Madison Michaelson, Gracen Miller, Caitlyn Moody, Talisha Morgan, Ashton Morgan, Hannah Mullins, Andrew Nessim, Emily Ochoa, Abigale Oglesby, Marisa Ortiz, Mason Pastore, Mackenzie Perry, Keeleigh Pilcher, Danielle Reth, Sydnee Richetto, Samantha Ritter, Arabella Rogers, Bailey Rollins, Cole Sanders, Kirra Scott, Blaine Seibel, Hailee Servais, Anailys Silva, Reagan Smithing, Saniya Sovani, Colloy Sparks, Supreethi Sridhar, Reed Steplowski, Stephanie Stilts, Aaron Turmel, Katie Tzompanakis, Lane Watson, Grace Youngman. 

7th Grade: Kelsey Anderson, Brice Bales, Julia Barnett, Lily Bennett Brown, Makayla Bizzell, Spencer Box, Jordan Brown, Alexa Browning, Anna Campbell, Carson Coward, Katlin Eller, Cam Franklin, Alexis Garcia, Anna Guethlein, Chloe Guzowski, Ashton Hamblen, Elizabeth Hampton, Hannah Hardaway, Brandon Harris, Abby Hazel, Gabe Heckerman, Zach Hinchman, Jacob Hood, Lauryn Howard, Zaylen Hudson, Ben Humprey, Hailey Hunter, Shane Johns, Isabelle Leonard, Lauren Locke, Olivia Long, Thai Mason, Britney McFarlin, Joseph Meadows, Olivia Moser, Alex Neill, Ethan Owen, Marcella Rea, Derek Reeves, Blaine Robinson, Emily Rowe, Merin Sadler, Navaneeth Shibu, Isabelle Simon, Vaishu Singari, Miranda Spraker, Madelyn Spriggs,Grant Stueck, Madison Treutel, Eden Tucker, Gavin Walker, Carter Williams Teoria Woods, Stephanie Zhang. 

8th Grade: Morgan Bailey, Carmen Botros, Skylar Depass, Erin Fortner, Benjamin Gravely, Issac Howard, Gretchen Karl, Peyton King, Olivia Lanius, Caylin Maguire, Cassidy McGee, Taryn Pastore, Taylor Powers, Nathalia Quintero, Lara Ramanis, Frank Redisi, Leon Roberts, Emily Short, Isaiah Stafford, Kelly Standish, Karen Tanious, Austin Turmel, Liam Whitaker, Leah Wietrzkykowski. 

 
Weston’s new song tackles Alzheimer’s
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Matt Wilson

Intern Writer

Pam Weston, a Southern Gospel singer, who lives in Mt. Juliet, just recently released a new song “Mama Can’t Remember” in March. The song is about her mother, Charlotte Carlo, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at the age of 80 and will be turning 94 in February. Weston says her mother needs full time care now, but still recognizes her and her family. 

Weston co-wrote the song with Glen Bates who lost his mother to Alzheimer’s two years ago. “The song is about what we learned from our moms and how now she can’t remember any of the wisdom she’s given us,” said Weston. They are trying to raise Alzheimer’s awareness with this song, and believe it is something everyone can relate to. 

Weston has been singing since she was young and continues to sing today at churches and retirement comminutes. She does a lot of traveling with her Ministry as well. Her first song “Graduation Day” debuted on the Gospel Charts in March 2012, and you can find her new song on YouTube. 

You can visit pamwestonministries.com if you would like to contact her or get more information about her and upcoming performances. 

 
Parade, half marathon set for Saturday
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

It will be a first for Mt. Juliet Saturday, as in addition to the annual Christmas Parade, Mt. Juliet will host its first half marathon. 

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