David Watkins Chronicle Correspondent Wilson Central used a 28-point second quarter en route to a 35-13 win over Gallatin Friday.
With recent deaths of unattended children, the elderly and pets in vehicles across our great State and Country, there is no time like the present to remind everyone of the importance of not leaving any child, senior citizen or pet unattended in an automobile. Temperatures inside an automobile can reach temperatures up to one hundred forty degrees in a matter of minutes. As you can tell from recent news stories and countless tragedies across the country, these tragedies just don’t happen to irresponsible parents, these tragedies can happen to anyone. Even caregivers and parents with the best of intentions can fall victim to these tragedies. With our busy and hectic lives this can happen much easier than most truly realize.
Look with me a 2nd Chronicles 20:22-23, “As they began to sing and praise, the LORD set ambushes against the men of Ammon and Moab and Mount Seir who were invading Judah, and they were defeated. The men of Ammon and Moab rose up against the men from Mount Seir to destroy and annihilate them. After they finished slaughtering the men from Seir, they helped to destroy one another.”
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The board of commissioners approved the contract for new City Manager Kenny Martin, and heard a fire proposal from Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto Monday.
There was standing room only as more than 150 people gathered in support of the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center for Pig-stravaganza. Attendance at the event reiterated the need for a larger facility.
The Mt. Juliet Christian Academy (MJCA) Saints middle school football team got off to a fast start in their season opener Thursday, defeating the Providence Christian Academy (PCA) Lions 38-0 in Murfreesboro.
Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation has awarded a $28,000 grant to the City of Mt. Juliet: Parks & Recreation Department for Charlie Daniels Park.
Navy Ensign Christine N. Mayfield, daughter of Jackie D. Mayfield of Columbia, Tenn. and Malcolm P. Mayfield, of Mt. Juliet, was recently designated a Naval Aviator while serving with Helicopter Training Squadron Eight, Milton, Fla.