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Citizen helps catch teenage robber
Monday, June 11, 2012

A 17-year-old male, who just robbed a gas station clerk at knifepoint, is in custody after citizen stops him from leaving.

MJ native Williams named AP Regional Director-South
Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Mt. Juliet native Michelle Williams was recently named became AP Regional Director-South. 

Williams was named South Atlantic bureau chief in 2010. She was part of a team examining the changing roles of bureau chiefs and devised a training program for U.S. administrative assistants supporting chiefs with marketing and sales efforts. She was named bureau chief for Arizona and New Mexico in 2007, and before that was assistant bureau chief for Texas, correspondent in Chattanooga, Tenn., and supervisory correspondent in San Diego. She was Tennessee news editor in 2000 during Al Gore’s presidential run and news editor for Texas during President Bush’s second term and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. As a reporter in Milwaukee, she covered serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Williams began her AP career in 1989 as an editorial assistant in Nashville, Tenn. She grew up in Mt. Juliet, Tenn., and is a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville. 

Fourth graders' garden to help senior citizens
Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Nichole Manna

The Wilson Post

Elzie Patton Elementary School fourth graders played in the dirt Wednesday, but it was for a good cause.

The students have been growing bean sprouts at school to plant in the garden at the Mt. Juliet Community Center at Charlie Daniels Park as part of the school’s Focus on the Community project.

The students recently planted their bean sprouts alongside Master Gardener and City of Mt. Juliet Parks Clerk Jan Littrell’s corn seed.

N. MJ Road now officially open
Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor 

TDOT held its ribbon cutting for North Mt. Juliet Road Monday in front of a large crowd of city officials, local business owners and politicians.  

2 MJHS Seniors Give Back
Thursday, May 31, 2012

Two Mt. Juliet High School seniors are leaving behind something that will help special education students learn about the United States for years to come.

Claire Burgett and Paige Ronsen, along with the help of Art Teacher Derek Elwell and parent Karla Reichert, have created a textured map of the United States for the special education students at Mt. Juliet Middle School.

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