Paige Morris, 42, passed away on June 26, 2013. A memorial service will be held 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 2 at The Glade Church (9000 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Mt. Juliet, with visitation from 4 p.m. until the service.
In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to the Bands for Bishop at any Suntrust location. This organization assists children fighting cancer in the Mt. Juliet area.
BULLETIN Greg Lasater, a deputy with Wilson County Sheriffs Department and member of Wilson County Board of Education has resigned from both positions.
The Wilson Post was informed around 7 Thursday night by Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan that Lasater had resigned from the department. This decision by Lasater comes on the heels of his resignation from the school board Thursday afternoon.
Lasater has been under investigation by the Sheriffs Department regarding his use of the departments credit card.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation on Thursday put a Nashville man on the states Top Ten Most Wanted list after he committed a robbery and violated his probation on previous charges.
Terrace Dewayne Shaw, 22, last known address 1120 Glendale Lane, is wanted by Lebanon Police Department for especially aggravated robbery.
On June 22, Shaw and another individual reportedly forced entry into a Plaza 231 Inn motel room on North Cumberland Street in Lebanon and demanded money from the occupant. One of the suspects hit the victim in the head with handgun and the two allegedly took the victims wallet, $350 cash and prescription pills.
MURFREESBORO -- Wilson Central graduate Lauren Stavinoga clubbed three round-trippers, including one off the scoreboard, to win the homerun derby at Wednesdays TN-KY All-Star game at MTSUs Blue Raider Field -- sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association.
Kentucky beat Tennessee in a sudden-death inning. Tennessee won the first game 2-0 and Kentucky won the second game 5-0. Local players for the Tennessee team included: Mt. Juliets Lauren Woodard, Wilson Centrals Allie Bennett, Mt. Juliets Lauren Payne and Stavinoga.