Students from several schools in Wilson County recently celebrated their season participating in the Tennessee State Parks Run Club with a special visit from a USA National 24-hour Running Team member.
Imagine being on the Music City Star in route from Nashville to Lebanon when, unexpectedly, you hear gunshots coming from the car behind you. What would you do?
The Wilson County commissioners were in a contentious mood Monday night. They hotly debated both the bond issue for the proposed Expo Center and a proposed amendment to the bond ordinance. But in the end, they turned down the amendment by a 16-8 vote and approved issuing the bond, 17-6.
Many veterans who return home from duty apply their military skills and passion to benefit local veterans. Austin Jackson, retired United States Air Force officer, combined his leadership experience as a supervisor of special air operations and his first-hand experience as a VA patient to open a BrightStar Care in-home healthcare franchise serving Wilson and Sumner counties.
King's Acd. 10, Friendship 0
MURFREESBORO -- Friendship Christian dropped into the loser's bracket of the Division II-A state softball tournament following Thursday morning's 10-0 loss to The King's Academy in the finals of the winner's bracket.
The Lady Commanders fell to 34-9 on the season and will play a loser-out game Thursday afternoon at Starplex.
WCHS vs. Ooltewah at 5:30
MURFREESBORO -- Peaking at the perfect time of the year, Wilson Central opened the 2015 TSSAA Class AAA state softball tournament with two wins, including a 10-5 victory over hometown Siegel Wednesday at the McKnight Complex.
The Lady Wildcats improved to 39-7-1 and are scheduled to play Ooltewah (40-8) Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the finals of the winner's bracket. Win or lose Thursday, Coach Michael Shepard's team will be in action Friday -- either in finals at 3 p.m. or in the loser's bracket at 9 a.m.
2015 state wrestling champ
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central senior Mike Binns signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent Tuesday afternoon to continue his education and wrestling career at King College in Bristol.
Cumberland University's athletic department is offering a full line-up of summer camps for kids of all ages.
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