Over the Holiday weekend, numerous Lebanon residents reported car burglaries, according to Lebanon Police Interim Chief Michael VanHook.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office has arrested eight people in connection with indictments issued by the Wilson County Grand Jury for smuggling drugs into the jail. Others are expected at a later date.
He wrote it in the back of his tour bus more than three decades ago and, on July 4, the song most likely will be played hundreds of times at celebrations.
Local history was made on Friday, June 26 at 3 p.m. when Teddie Perkins and Denise Black became the first same-sex couple to be granted a marriage license in Wilson County.
Four-time NCAA champion --
Mt. Juliet High's wrestling program welcomes four-time NCAA champion Logan Steiber as a guest counselor / instructor for an overnight camp Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11.
Organizers report the camp is for advanced wrestlers in grades K-12. The camp starts Friday at 10 a.m. and concludes Saturday at 5 p.m. Plans call for two full days of wrestling and technique work with four sessions per day.
JuCo first team All-America OF --
It's safe to say the rebuilding effort has started in earnest at Cumberland University.
Coming off a 20-31 season in 2015, CU's Hall of Fame Coach Woody Hunt is hitting the recruiting trail with a vengeance.
His first big signee for the 2016 season is Jay Feliciano, a power hitting outfielder from Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa.
former WR coach at EKU --
Cumberland's head football coach Donnie Suber has hired Klay Koester away from Eastern Kentucky University as his new offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach.
Koester replaces Ryan Locke at the position. Locke resigned earlier this summer to take a high school teaching / coaching position in Alabama.
"Klay has worked with Hal Mumme, and he's worked in a Tony Franklin style scheme as well," Suber said Monday afternoon. "He wants to run kind of a simplified, fast-paced offense and having played the position at Eastern, he will be able to work on mechanics with our young guys."
will enroll at Martin Methodist --
Former Mt. Juliet High three-sport standout Caleb Chowbay will transfer from Belmont to Martin Methodist, an NAIA program in Pulaski.
Chowbay, a two-time Academic All-Conference performer and a 6-2 guard during his time at Belmont, will have two years of eligibility for the RedHawks.
He played in 28 games for Belmont this past season, averaging 2.5 ppg, as the Bruins finished 22-11 overall -- losing to Virginia in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.
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