Mt. Juliet High's senior quarterback Nolan Chowbay has been named District 9-AAA football co-Most Valuable Player in a vote of district coaches.
Senior linebacker Weston Rountree of Wilson Central was voted Defensive Most Valuable Player and Mt. Juliet kicker Hayes Foster was voted co-Special Teams MVP.
Lebanon High's basketball teams will be on the road Friday -- making the trip to Sparta to take on White County High. The girls game will tip at 6 p.m. at Roy Sewell Gymnasium. Sparta radio station WSMT-AM will provide online steaming of the game at www.1050wsmt.com.
The Blue Devils of Coach Jim McDowell are coming off a 69-61 win over Shelbyville Central in Tuesday night's home and season opener. Lebanon rallied from four points down in the first quarter to mount a 31-19 lead at intermission.
Lodged under $250,000 bond
Lebanon Police arrested John Thomas Cormier, Jr., 21, of Lebanon in relation to the Aug. 18 death of his 3-month-old child.
Chief Scott Bowen told The Wilson Post that due to the sensitive nature of the case other names, such as the name of the infant, have not been released at this time.
Mt. Juliet will soon have some big bucks to beef up a section of Belinda Parkway with sidewalks.
Mt. Juliet Commissioner Art Giles said the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has chosen Mt. Juliet to receive what he described as "an unbelievably huge" grant for $1.2-plus million, with the city's match of $302,000.
Funding approved by County Commission
Watertown's getting a new wrestling, gymnastics and cheerleading gym for its high school. The gym for the new Watertown High School won the Wilson County School Board's approval last week, and now the County Commission has approved funding it.
Like the school board, which narrowly approved the project by a 3-2 vote, the County Commission was not unanimous in giving its nod to the project Monday, Nov. 17. However, the commissioners' 18-7 vote was more lopsided in favor of funding the proposed gym.
When the workday is done, Meredith McDowell has a choice to make: "Do I want clean dishes or do I want to spend time with my daughter?"
Jennie Burton doesn't believe in what most women call "dieting."
Heather Jones knew she was in love with Greg Landers, of Lebanon, "at first sight."
Books can take you places you've never dreamed of - to faraway lands, on daring adventures - and in the case of Pamela Wiggins, to Watertown.
Taylor is a lifelong dancer and owner of Diamond Academy of Dance in Mt. Juliet.
Mandy Pryor is the first to admit she has the "greatest occupation in the world."
It is no wonder that Scott and April Bowen hit it off on their first date 15 years ago. Scott, who is Chief of the Lebanon Police Department, and April, a Licensed Senior Psychological Examiner, have dedicated their professional lives to helping others.
Shelly Barnes is quite possibly one of the most positive people you will encounter. Her words to live by are "Make every day magical" - and even in the sourest of times, she has persevered, counting her blessings instead of dwelling on the negative.
Sports Village Owner Peggy Keel is a human "Energizer Bunny."
Memphis-born attorney Angel Kane relocated to Middle Tennessee over 16 years ago and has made her mark as a successful business owner and Wilson Living Magazine co-founder. When she isn't helping families with their legal troubles or writing about "the good life in Wilson County," Angel stays busy as a wife and mother of three.
Angelic Gardner has made a career out of boosting the self-esteem of Wilson County ladies.
Regardless of whether she is out in the community, at work or at home - Ashley Butler knows that life is all about the relationships she makes.
This past week, we explored the new Eclipse Micropen at the Skin Care Clinic in Lebanon.
I've seen the word "keratin" printed everywhere from shampoo bottles to ads in fashion magazines but was unaware of what it actually is or does for your hair. I traveled back to the Beauty Boutique in Lebanon to ask owner Necole Bell and stylists Laura Beth Ray and Kaitlyn Graves to explain further.
Look at that girl with the long, thick, gorgeous hair. Maybe she is born with it? Or maybe, more believably, she is wearing extensions. We visit the Beauty Boutique to learn more.
Hair is a sensitive subject for women. We want more in some places, less in others. This week's column visits The Lett Center to find out more about laser hair reduction.
Pancakes for LHS softball
The Devilettes Fastpitch Club, the booster club for the Lebanon High softball team, will host a pancake breakfast Saturday, Nov. 22 at Fairview Church on Leeville Pike. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any Lebanon Lady Devil Softball Player or parent.