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School Board votes for new extended care program rates
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Wilson County School Board voted to raise the prices of their extended care programs by $15 starting March 1. 

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MJHS Principal's List
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Allison Grace Antonaccio, Luke Nathaniel Bartlett, Amelia Wells Black, Logan Matthew Brooks, Grayson Denver Burke, Keeley Nicole Capley, Aurora Dawn Carlisle, Woojin Choi, Kevin Cassious Clow, Jessica Faith Coco, Sydnei Michelle Crenshaw, Caitlin Elizabeth Davis, Alexander Vincent DeRiggi, Isabella Victoria Divona, Trenton Lane DuBose, Lauren Nicole Dutch, Chase Saner Earles, Mackenzie Nicole Eiseman, Brady Allen England, Rachel Hannah Fullerton, Olivia Ann Hawke, Kayla Kinsley Herrera, Morgan Mary Elizabeth Houser, Bailey Richard Howard, Laura Diana Hull, Rachel Cody Huseman, Elijah Nyland Jones, Eleanor Joanne Junkins, Brianna Marie Kasper, Camille Marie Kennedy, Samantha Hanna Khoury, Caroline Grace Kroll, Caelin Brianna Larkin, Alexandra Raquel Lee, Jack Russell Lee, Heidi-Grace C Lurie, Abigail Carson Mack, Trevor Allen Mason, Matthew David McGowin, Katherine Scott McPeak, Carlynn Allison Miller, Richard Morgan, Riley Jay Muncher, Lindsey Lee Needels, Jacob Michael O’Brien, Shelby Madison Oldham, Benjamin Tyler Ovsiew, Stephanie Taylor Phelps, Evan Danielle Reed, Aleecia Nicole Rice, Neha Sagarad, Savannah Leigh Sanders, Taylor Lane Savell, Carter Allen Schunk, Johna Lynn Sells, Raghav Sikka, Austin Scott Simpson, Scott Marcum Sloan, Weston Taylor Stewart, Tony Tai, Andrew Zhuxin Terhune, Alyssa Renee Thomas, Carole Ruth Thompson, Sierra Cheyene Tromsness, Trevor Allen Vestal, Philip Harrison Waldrop, Lillian Grace Wallace, Stephen Cole Warner, Jacob Tyler Williams, Mary Margaret Wilson, Allison Noelle Winters, Hannah Marie Witt, Jacob Alec Wood Braxton Eli Young, Madison Denise Zickgraf

 
Armed gunman robs Walgreens
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Staff Reports

A lone gunman robbed the Walgreens at 11185 Lebanon Road Friday night just after 9 p.m.

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Abston sworn in as new city commissioner
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

New District 4 Commissioner Brian Abston and Vice Mayor were sworn in at the meeting Monday night. 

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Car burglar leads police on chase
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

A car burglar led Mt. Juliet Police Department officers on a chase Tuesday, Nov. 19. 

Patrick Hammer, 20, Mt. Juliet was apprehended after a lengthy chase, and is believed to be a suspect to many car burglaries in the area. 

A citizen reported a man looking through vehicles in the 1200 block of Shelton Court around 3:30 a.m. Officers spotted the suspect, but he jumped in a car and sped down Old Lebanon Dirt Road. After losing the suspect for a time during the high speed chase, officers located the car on a side street. The suspect jumped out of the car and continued the chase on foot over a fence, through a creek and into a nearby field. 

“Our citizens are partners in our fight against crime, and watchful citizens, who report suspicious activity, are invaluable,” said Police Chief James Hambrick. “The system worked well in this incident, and I’m glad the suspect was caught before more citizens became victims to his criminal acts.”

Hammer was arrested and booked into the Wilson County Jail, charged with Burglary – Motor Vehicle, Evading Arrest, and Reckless Endangerment. He is set to appear in court on January, 13, 2015 under a $17,500.00 bond.

 
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