Fiddlers Grove has some new things planned this year for the Ghosts in the Grove event Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon.
A horse in Davidson County and a horse in Knox County recently tested positive for West Nile Virus. A horse in Bedford County tested positive for equine infectious anemia. Sick horses cannot directly infect people with WNV or EIA.
With the black walnut Harvest underway since Oct. 2, hullers and harvesters across the Midwest are busy collecting and hulling the natural treasure throughout the month of October.
The Tennessee state veterinarian is urging horse owners to take precautions after West Nile Virus and equine infectious anemia have sickened three horses in three counties. A horse in Davidson County and one in Knox County have tested positive for WNV. Both of these illnesses are spread from horse to horse by biting insects.
Candidates for the seat include Mary Alice Carfi running unopposed in the Democrat primary and Mark Pody running unopposed in the Republican primary.
Brandon Jerome Dalton, 36, of Franklin was charged with criminal violation of probation.
Troy Darnell Douglas, 25, of Hermitage was charged with criminal violation of probation.
Music will be featured at 4 p.m., and the opening ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. Tennessee Adjutant Gen. Terry ‘Max’ Haston and Tennessee Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder are scheduled to participate in the ceremony.
Bullying, responsibility and respect were the common themes of Tuesday’s community awareness meeting at Lebanon High School aimed to raise awareness and curb bullying.
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The Lebanon City Council honored three members of the Lebanon Police Department on Tuesday night during its meeting.
A former Lebanon Special School District bus driver pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of solicitation of a minor after an investigation by the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office.
The Professional Educators of Tennessee will hold a live webinar Wednesday with Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen to discuss the impact of incorrectly scored TN Ready exams.
Allie Scalf Greer, mentor coordinator for tnAchieves, spoke to the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday about how to get involved as a mentor for students who are on the Tennessee Promise scholarship.
Former Spring Hill police officer Christopher Patrick Odom, 27, of Spring Hill, pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District court to deprivation of rights under color of law.
Payday and car-title lending costs Tennessee families nearly $403 million per year in fees. TCA executive director Andy Spears said the loans drive borrowers into financial distress by trapping them in long-term debt at triple-digit interest rates. Three quarters of all payday loan fees are from borrowers with more than 10 loans in a year.