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Rutland writers get to develop their talent

By Webmaster | May 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Nearly 70 students participated in a Young Writers Conference at Rutland Elementary Saturday.  The event, organized by PTO parent Suzanne Bingham, gave invited students in third, fourth, and fifth grade classes at Rutland the opportunity […]

MJ Businessman donates new technology to W.A. Wright kindergarteners

By Webmaster | May 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

School budgets only go so far. That’s why many schools rely on their community to help them achieve the goals of giving students the best education possible. That is true of W.A. Wright Elementary, whose […]

Mayor gives first State of the City address

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Mayor Ed Hagerty gave his first State of the City address to a packed house at the Mt. Juliet Chamber Luncheon Wednesday.  “The state of the City is strong,” said Hagerty. 

Reading assistants helping local schools

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A benefit to Wilson County schools through the stimulus package may be coming to an end at the conclusion of the school year. W.A. Wright is one of the schools that received a Reading Assistant […]

Million dollar drug bust in MJ

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Over one-million dollars of drugs headed for the streets of Middle Tennessee have been seized by the Mt. Juliet Police Department. A drug investigation that started in Nashville over an anonymous drug tip led the […]