The Tyler Cates American Legion Post 281 MJ Riverdogs 16U Junior team won the Post 236 Junior 17U Invitational Tournament over Owensboro, Ky. in Daffenville, Ky. Sunday.
Elaine Gunn Intern Writer On May 3 the Air Force’s new Career Center opened its doors to the Mt. Juliet public. Essentially just relocation from the Lebanon center, the space’s purpose is to provide enlistment […]
Encore Theatre Company presents “A Bad Year For Tomatoes” by John Patrick
Principal’s List Second grade: Jacob Armistead, Davis Brewer, Alexa Borski, Madison Carey, Chloe Crabtree, Emylia Goodner, Will Hamilton, Emma Herron, Alli Johnson, Adler Kerr, Madison Kibbe, Riley Kraus, Tammy Le, Kennedy McAfee, Luke Meadows, Ayden […]
The Providence area of Mt. Juliet will soon be home to Snodgrass-King Dental Associates’ fifth and largest location, where they are expanding to include a comprehensive approach to dental care. The targeted opening date is […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Short Cakes Cakery, recently named Best of the Best of Wilson County, may have been open for a short time, but they have been coming together for quite awhile.
Evelyn Kizzee, 100, Hermitage, died Saturday, May 26. Kizzee was the daughter of the late, Winfield and Ethel Chatfield Abbott. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Sherman Kizzee. He is survived by: […]
Barbara Ann Creasy, 62, Mt. Juliet, died Thursday, May 31. Mrs. Creasy was a member of Bakers Grove Baptist Church. She was retired from the State of Tennessee, Department of Vital Records. Mrs. Creasy was […]
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 […]