By SABRINA GARRETT
The Wilson Post
BELLS WILL RING 30 MINUTES EARLIER --
Traffic in and around Lebanon High School will hopefully change for the better as Dr. Tim Setterlund, Wilson County Schools director, and Mickey Hall, deputy director, unveiled plans Wednesday to better move students and staff on and off campus.
The plan, announced Wednesday in the LHS Library, is designed to alleviate traffic concerns on South Hartmann Drive and Blue Devil Boulevard.
The Wilson Post won three first place awards for newspaper excellence Friday in the 2013 Tennessee State Press Association Contest luncheon held in Nashville.
The Post won first place for Best Personal Humor Column by Becky Andrews, Best Graphics and/or Illustrations by Production Manager Zack Owensby and first and second place for Best Single Feature by Ken Beck.
LEBANON -- The LGSA 10U Shockers won the Cedar City Clash June 30, defeating Tennessee Ice 2-1 in the finals.
The Shockers went 5-0 to win tournament which was held at the LGSA Fields in Baird Park.
Team members include: Joy Osipchuk, Maggie Smith, Mary Mackie, Haley Parsons, Brooke Haley, Kaylee Scharfman, Kirsten Eversole, Hannah Parsons, Brittany Harris, Maddie Angle & Avery Harris. Coaches are: Danny Haley, Curt Parsons & Dana Haley.