As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, local residents are reminded that the sale and use of fireworks are regulated by the City of Mt. Juliet. Fireworks can add to the exciting celebrations, but if […]
Principal’s List 2nd grade: Savannah Allmon, Aidan Austin, Cooper Baldwin, Keeton Brown, Hayden Canfield, Chloe Castle, Addison Crews, Evan Curry, Kirstin Hampton, Claire Hoplins, Hastings Hune, Lillian Hunter, Hannah Langston, Carissa Lurie, Hayley Miller, Tate […]
Principal’s List 3rd-5th grade: Mackenzie Abigt-Hansen, Hannah Alexander, Hayden Alexander, Emily Allison, Colette Antonaccio, Lindsey Black, Spencer Box, Laney Burns, Drew Byrum, Alex Cook, Riley Crockett, Hope Davidson, Sydney Davidson, Declan Delaney, Noah Dillon, Greyson […]
Principal’s List 2nd grade: Colin Berta, Annie Blackmon, Nolan Bonnell, Jack Dunn, Sam Elrod, Erin Kelley, Garriaon Sharp, Phoenix Koorey, Cali VanCleve, Zoe Milonis, Kylie Diserens, Carter Ogden, Timi Folayan, Bree Ooten, Megan Owen, Ella […]
Donelson Christian Academy has built a reputation on providing individualized instruction through its small class sizes. For many private schools, the lower student population results in fewer resources and fewer opportunities to delve deep into […]
Patrick Hall Special to The Chronicle Wilson County Director of Schools Mike Davis faced some scrutiny Monday night from members of the County Commission about the system’s policy of not giving cause for termination, which […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Three local providers have come together to keep our kids healthy.
Kenny Howell Managing Editor True friendship is shown through selfless acts. A recently graduated Wilson Central teen proved that recently with an essay for the Graden Gaines Memorial Scholarship.
Principal’s List 2nd grade: Elizabeth Adams, Kara Jo Alsup, Andrew Aronin, Jorge Baez Trevino, Kate Brown, Anthony Buckland, Savannah Clarke, Carson Cote, Lillian Crawford, Jenna Delaney, Jude Dewald, Roxie Flesher, Sheila Ganley, Lily Harper, Jackson […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Mt. Juliet celebrated its 40th anniversary Monday night at the Board of Commissioners meeting, and honored the city’s first mayor, N.C. Hibbett.