A Lebanon City councilor wants to explain the action he took at the Feb. 18 meeting regarding an ordinance that would establish a community development fund to capture the city’s portion of sales and property taxes generated within the 257-acre Cumberland Development District and keep it in a savings fund.
Wilson County is host once again for the Tennessee Beef Agribition which kicks off today at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon.
It’s been more than eight years since the interstate crash that nearly claimed Wilson County resident, Susan Bowman’s life.
Lebanon City Council will have a special called meeting at 4 p.m., Thursday, March 6, in the Town Meeting Hall, City of Lebanon Administration Building at Castle Heights.
Freshman pitcher handcuffs Bulldogs
LEBANON -- Pinch-hitter Jake Cain’s RBI single to left in the top of the ninth inning negated another terrific pitching performance by Anthony Gomez, as Shawnee State posted a 2-1 victory over 10th-ranked Cumberland in the series opener Friday at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.
MURFREESBORO -- Mt. Juliet's bread and butter, a steady diet of inside shots, was hard for Jefferson County to digest in Wednesday's lopsided 65-37 quarterfinal win.
Sixteen of Mt. Juliet's first 17 buckets came on shots inside the paint by six-footers Sally McCabe and Ronjanae DeGray as the Lady Bears ran out to a 34-8 lead and never looked back.
The waiting will be over soon. Coach Troy Bond knows his Wilson Central basketball team will be playing Wednesday, March 12 in the Class AAA state tournament -- he just doesn’t know the opponent.
In fact, most of the eight team field is still up in the air as icy weather conditions have forced several sectional games to be delayed.
Five games were scheduled Thursday and one Friday, the last day they can be played because of Saturday's draw. The matchups will be revealed “Selection Saturday” as the TSSAA conducts a blind draw for quarterfinal opponents and bracket placements in Murfreesboro.
Friday, Saturday in Topeka, KS
Cumberland University will send a six wrestlers to the 57th annual NAIA Championships Friday and Saturday in Topeka, KS.
The Bulldogs, ranked No. 10 in the NAIA Wrestling Coaches’ Top 20 Poll, saw half a dozen grapplers qualify for the nationals with solid showings in last week’s NAIA East Region Qualifier.