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BOC reestablishes MJ Fire Department
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Board of Commissioners elected to reinstate the Mt. Juliet Fire Department at their meeting Monday. 

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Luffman running for Mayor
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

My name is Jamie Luffman and I live at 511 Summit Way in the City of Mt. Juliet. I am a husband (Jill’s friend and financial partner), father (Josh’s Dad), son of James “Sluggo” (since Jesus wore sandals, the greatest man to wear shoes), and June (Saint and mother of common sense), brother, nephew, uncle, friend, Firefighter/EMT for Wilson County Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Department EMT for Summit Medical Center, retired Incident Commander of DuPont Emergency Services, and Sunday School teacher with 15 years of tenure at West Hills Baptist Church. And, after much prayerful consideration and encouragement from family, friends, and local business leaders, I am also a candidate for Mayor of the City of Mt. Juliet.

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MJ History: The Mechanics of Z.I. Brewer
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

This week we have another entry from The Mt. Juliet Homecoming book which is printed in accordance with the event each fall. This story is titled “The Mechanics of Z.I. Brewer.” It was written by Iva Nell Smith as told by the Brewer family. 

Born in 1925 to a farmer and painter, Z.I. Brewer was no stranger to hard work and honesty. They were qualities he inherited from his parents. 

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GladeFest Classic Car Show, Sept. 15
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The 10th Annual GladeFest Antique/Classic Car and Truck Show will highlight a day of free family fun at GladeFest Saturday, Sept. 15, in the Gladeville community just off of TN-840 at Stewarts Ferry Pike.

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MJ Pow Wow set for Sept. 22-23
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The 31st annual Mt. Juliet Pow-Wow is Sept. 22-23 at the new location of Mundy Memorial Park. 

Gates open at 10:30 a.m. The public is welcome. Admission is free for kids 5-and-under, $4 for kids or $7 for 13-and-up. 

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