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.
Members of the State Legislature sent a measure to raise the hotel-motel tax in Wilson County back to a subcommittee on Tuesday for additional study.
Lebanon’s sales tax rate could climb by a half-percent while its property tax rate drops by as much as 30 percent if voters approve a plan unanimously adopted by city lawmakers on Tuesday.
Local Realtors say they are very concerned about a proposed tax reform draft released by U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Michigan, chairman of the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee.
Lady Bears play No. 1 Blackman Friday
MURFREESBORO -- Mt. Juliet's bread and butter, a steady diet of inside shots, was hard for Jefferson County to digest in Wednesday's 65-37 quarterfinal win in the Class AAA state tournament at Murphy Center.
Seventeen of Mt. Juliet's first 18 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.
Wildcats headed to Class AAA state
GLADEVILLE -- Overcoming a less than stellar night at the free throw line, Wilson Central knocked off Hunters Lane 54-38 in the Class AAA sectional game and earned a berth in next week's state tournament.
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.
Seniors Allen & Cowan shine in last game
LEBANON -- Seniors TaCouya Allen and Casie Cowan both set career-highs in their final games, scoring 33 points each, and Allen added 13 rebounds, as Cumberland rolled to an 84-66 victory over the University of Rio Grande in women’s basketball action Saturday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.