DAYTON, Tenn. – Melissa Smith, a sophomore music/piano pedagogy major at Bryan College, recently earned an honorable mention rating at a collegiate piano competition at Belmont University. Melissa, daughter of Mike and Cheryl Smith of […]
Each year on the fourth Saturday in October, volunteers from coast to coast pull out their can-do spirit and vow to improve their communities on Make A Difference Day, a national day of service. On […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Mt. Juliet will be getting much bigger over the next few years, as an annexation, plan of services and a preliminary master development plan for Providence Central was approved by the […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor In addition to Providence Central, there were several other big issues approved by the planning commission Thursday. A proposed land swap between Sellars Funeral Home and the City of Mt. Juliet […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Del Webb Lake Providence is filled with charitable groups that have helped Mt. Juliet in many ways since the retirement community opened a few years back. One of those groups is […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Liquor stores will be coming to Mt. Juliet, but the rules about them are still uncertain.
Over 100 local veterans and Fort Campbell soldiers were honored and treated to a hearty breakfast last Friday by the Mt Juliet Breakfast Rotary Club. The club’s annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast was initiated last year […]
The Wilson Central students’ council attended the The Southern Association of Student Councils convention in Orlando, Fla. Oct. 26-29. The Southern Association of Student Councils centers its attention on a segment of our society that […]
Army Pvt. Troy S. Heckert has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training (AIT).
Hayley Richey MJHS Writer Intern This year, the Mt. Juliet High School paper, the Golden Ray, is almost completely digital. They post updated articles pertaining to the school, the community, and the students every afternoon.