Hayley Richey MJHS Intern Writer It is that time of year again, and Mt. Juliet High School is selling magazines.
Encore is proud to present William Glennon’s adaptation of Five Little Peppers and How They Grew from the book by Margaret Sydney. Young and old alike will find Mrs. Pepper and her lively brood of […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Wilson County School Board allowed sports clubs at the high schools to keep using the school name Tuesday, as long as they obtained 501(c)3 status.
Ed Hagerty has officially announced his re-election plans for the office of Mayor in the City of Mt. Juliet.
Indie actress and producer Allison Hash Summers (along with her director/producers Kasi Brown and Brandon Walter) is using the online crowdfunding website Indiegogo to raise funds for her current project, ‘Gone Doggy Gone.’
This week we have another entry from the Mt. Juliet Homecoming book that is published every year in accordance with the event. This one is called “John Chandler’s Stone Wall.”
The 10th annual GladeFest will be held in Gladeville on Saturday, Sept. 15. The event offers fun for the entire family, with most activities taking place between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]