This week we have a work from Nealon Agee about growing up in Mt. Juliet, particularly playing sports with the neighborhood boys. The boys of winter were often engaged in a breath condensing game of […]
Lily Jean Crickmar of Mt. Juliet, competed in the 2012 Tennessee State 4-H Championships in Shelbyville, June 18-23. Competing at the show and being able to represent Wilson County was a terrific honor for the […]
Every active registered voter in Wilson County will receive a new blue voter registration card in the mail. Wilson County along with the other 94 Tennessee counties has new district lines due to redistricting that […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners passed the yearly budget Monday, and took the next step in hiring a City Manager.
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The City of Mt. Juliet Planning Commission approved site plans for the additions to West Wilson Middle School and Rutland Elementary Thursday.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department has announced the traffic plan for the City of Mt. Juliet Fourth of July Fireworks in the Providence Market Place area. The firework presentation, put on by Needham’s Nursery will […]
Andrew Kittrell, age 12, was at the University of Central Oklahoma to compete in the Endeavor Games on June 7-10. The Endeavor Games is a nationally recognized competition endorsed or sanctioned by U.S. Paralympics, National […]
Patrick Hall Special to The Chronicle As Wilson County Emergency Management Agency personnel watered down what was left of a barn destroyed by a 15- to 20-acre brush fire Tuesday morning, WEMA Director John Jewell […]