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Keeping up with the fastest growing sport in the country, Mt. Juliet opened four more pickleball courts at the site off Belinda Parkway recently.

Wood, rebar, paint and love are the main ingredients Dianne Werth combines to create unique yard art from her Watertown home.

Christina Abston and Ashley Baez traveled different routes to Green Street in Lebanon recently but their families received a surprise during their Habitat for Humanity home celebrations.

Wilson County veterans received words of appreciation and gratitude as people filled the Wilson County Veterans Museum for the annual Wilson County Veterans Day celebration last Friday.

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Sen. Heidi Campbell, the Democrat vying for Tennessee’s 5th Congressional district seat, outraised her Republican adversary, former Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles, nearly two-to-one last quarter, according to new filings with the Federal Election Commission.


Thousands attended the 39th Wilco PowWow last weekend at the Wilson County Fairgrounds with pleasant weather drawing crowds to enjoy Native American tribal dances, food and cultural items.

Next Monday marks the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of David Reimens, a gifted stone mason, artist and Bohemian soul who made his home in a tree house between Watertown and Shop Springs.