Mt. Juliet police officials confirmed their Crime Suppression Unit sergeant recently decommissioned for alleged timecard fraud was fired Thursday.
It was a surreal scene in the parking lot at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. Two demolished cars with the teen drivers and passengers groaning, bleeding and one too still. Dead.
Creating extraordinary cakes isn't something Brooke Palmer set out to do - but as fate would have it, a moment of necessity blossomed into a business of baking unique treats.
One Mt. Juliet leader had hopes the Expo Center would be built in West Wilson and contends it would have made more money there.
Tigers pound out 14 hits
WATERTOWN -- Ringing the bats to the tune of 14 hits, Watertown advanced in the winner's bracket of the District 8-A baseball tournament Monday with a 5-1 victory over top-seeded Goodpasture.
The top three hitters in the Purple Tiger lineup, Seth Price, Colin Jennings and Cameron Jennings, accounted for eight hits and six RBI.
Wednesday at Drakes Creek Park
Already assured of a berth in the Region 5-AAA tournament, Wilson Central will play for the District 9-AAA title Wednesday -- taking on Hendersonville High. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at Hendersonville's Drakes Creek Park.
A three seed, the Wildcats improved to 20-9-1 by eliminating Mt. Juliet 4-1 Monday evening in the finals of the South Bracket.
LHS eliminates Portland
Friendship Christian's Lady Commanders will take a record of 31-5 into Wednesday's East-Middle Regional Tournament at Donelson Christian Academy. Coach Jody Atwood's team will play Ezell-Harding at 5 p.m.
A win would earn FCS the right to host a substate series while a loss will sent the Lady Commanders to the Memphis area for a best two-of-three. Ezell-Harding stands 19-11 overall following a 5-4 victory over Zion Christian.
Cumberland University's athletic department is offering a full line-up of summer camps for kids of all ages.
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