Wilson County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information regarding an armed robbery at a market in Mt. Juliet that occurred in May.
MT. JULIET -- The theme of County Mayor Randall Hutto’s State of the County address Wednesday was that Wilson County is a great place to live and do business.
Seven Wilson County high school athletes have been recognized as all-state in their respective sports by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
Among the honorees are:
Three summers ago, Dusty Meador and Kyle Hubbuch were teammates on the Wilson County Coyotes -- a 15U travel team coached by Jason Franklin.
Today the pair find themselves on the same roster again, only this time it’s the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association all-state team.
Special Olympics social set July 27
Special Olympics of Wilson County is hosting a welcome back social for any athletes interested in participating in basketball, bocce or swimming. Anyone willing to help with Special Olympics please join the fun too. The social will be held 2-4 p.m. Sunday, July 27 at Don Fox Park. Athletes should bring snacks to share.
Contact Melody Engle at 615-517-0317 with any questions.
INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA announced on Friday the decisions reached by the Division II Membership Committee on applications for NCAA Division II candidacy.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference sponsored two institutions for candidacy in 2014-15, Georgetown College and Cumberland University.