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"My Bid" by Joe Biddle

New coaches land in Nashville
Joe Biddle
New coaches land in Nashville

The Titans have a new coach in Ken Whisenhunt, making it official last week.

Vanderbilt followed suit Saturday by introducing Derek Mason to replace James Franklin.

Time will tell but from what I can tell, both programs feel great about their hires. I would agree with them.

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Guest Column

A student's perspective on the Dr. Setterlund situation

Jasmine Carlisle, a 15-year-old Mt. Juliet High School sophomore, has followed closely the recent situation involving Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Tim Setterlund. She has written a letter to the Board of Education about the situation and with her mother's written permission, The Wilson Post is printing it online Monday night and will print it in Wednesday's print edition.

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MJ sweeps Hendersonville
Daniel Schroder
MJ sweeps Hendersonville

HENDERSONVILLE -- Mt. Juliet swept a District 9-AAA doubleheader Monday at Hendersonville High.

The Lady Bears improved to 16-1 overall and a perfect 8-0 in the league after a 48-39 win in the opener.

Coach Troy Allen's boys defeated the Commandos 47-38 in the nightcap.

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General News

Board considering 3 options regarding Setterlund

The Wilson County Board of Education has basically three options under consideration regarding the recent events surrounding Director of Schools Dr. Tim Setterlund, according to the board chairman.

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BOE contract with Setterlund available for review

The Wilson Post has had several inquiries from the general public about Director of Schools Dr. Tim Setterlund's employment contract with the Wilson County Board of Education.

Therefore, we have published it as .pdf file, as it a public record and available for review by the public.

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Weathers explains government sticker removal
Weathers explains government sticker removal

While interviewing Wilson County Board of Education Chair Don Weathers, The Wilson Post asked him about the removal of the county sticker from the director of school’s board-issued Ford Expedition.

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Boyd to run for District 17 senate seat
Clark Boyd
Boyd to run for District 17 senate seat

Lebanon small business owner and Wilson County Republican Party Chairman Clark Boyd announced his candidacy for State Senate in Tennessee's 17th District on Monday.

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