Mr. Winfrey, 92 of Watertown, died Thursday morning, Jan. 3, 2012 at Kindred Health Care in Carthage. Born in Brush Creek, he was the son of the late E.G. and Ovie Webster Winfree.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5 at Watertown's Hunter Funeral Home with Rev. Mark Stinnett officiating.
By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post
Two Wilson County girls who allegedly ran away from home Thursday morning were found that afternoon in Hermitage.
Mary Caldwell, the mother of 15-year-old Courtney Caldwell, said that she and friend, Katie Stanley, disappeared before 5 a.m. Caldwell called Lebanon Police, who did not believe that any foul play was involved.
This is the first time she has done anything like this, Caldwell said, adding that she had spoken with her daughter on the telephone Thursday afternoon. She just now called me and said she loved me. Then she hung up.
Caldwell said that Lebanon Police Officers searched both girls homes and that neither was found at school. Courtney is a student at Lebanon High School and Katie is a student at Winfree Bryant Middle School.
Police Chief Scott Bowen said both girls were located and that Caldwell alerted him of this just after 4 p.m.
The Wilson County Election Commission will have its regularly scheduled meeting on January 8, 2013 at 4:30pm at the Election Commission Office at 203 East Main St, Lebanon, TN.
JONESBORO, Ark. -- Lebanon High graduate Icelyn Elie reached a milestone in her Middle Tennessee basketball career in Wednesday night's 72-70 victory at Arkansas State.
Elie became the 28th Blue Raider to reach 1,000-points with a basket in the second half at 12:29. She finished the game with 16 points. She also grabbed five rebounds with two blocks and two steals.
A senior at Middle Tennessee, Elie is a 2009 graduate of LHS where she played for former Devilette Coach Darian Brown -- who now serves as athletic director at Lebanon.