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TN State Museum traveling exhibit at Granville Museum
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Tennessee State Museum Traveling Exhibit “Common People in Uncommon Times: The Civil War Experience in Tennessee” arrived at Granville Museum, Granville, Aug. 30 where it will be on exhibit till Oct. 28. Myers Brown, Curator of History & Extension Services of Tennessee State Museum completes one of the exhibits that are part of the exhibit that was developed in

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September is Hunger Action Month
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

September is Hunger Action Month and the Mt. Juliet Help Center is taking action against hunger in our community.  

In Middle Tennessee, one in four children are uncertain of where they will find their next meal.  

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Wilson County Democratic Women give scholarships
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Wilson County Democratic Women recently awarded two scholarships to graduating seniors in Wilson County. The Dorothy McAdoo Memorial Scholarship is awarded based upon essays written on the subject, “The Role of Women in the Political Process”. The winners competed with entrants from across the county.

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Martin sworn in as City Manager
Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Kenny Martin was sworn in as the new City Manager during the Board of Commissioners meeting Monday. 

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MJ History: History of the Mt. Juliet Phone Company
Tuesday, August 28, 2012

This week we have an entry from the Mt. Juliet Homecoming book that is printed in accordance with the event every year. This one is about the history of the Mt. Juliet Telephone Company. It is written by Nealon Agee. 

Organized in 1902 by unknown owners, the Mt. Juliet Telephone Company was sold in 1920 when it was purchased by Cliff and Jeff Hill. They owned the business for one month and then sold it to C.A. Osment who owned the company until 1927. He decided that the business was not developing as he would like, and that year sold the company to Walter Phillips of Norene, who owned the company until 1952. 

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