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Merry Rey started running adventure games in her living room long before she ever saw an official escape game.
We think it used to be called a “slumber party.” Now it’s known as a “sleepover.” We’re not sure why one term became extinct because either one meant a sleepless night for the young ladies and also for mom and dad. On the other hand, if your
Updated May 15, 2016 at 8:00 PM
Buddy and Linda (Gannon) Granstaff, who were married Feb. 26, 1966, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with more than 100 family and friends.
I got a phone call from a bridge player who told me she got all three questions correct in the pop quiz a couple of weeks ago. Congratulations, Bette.
Although the United States was a relatively late entry into World War I, the conflict took an enormous toll on American lives.
Food or medicine, which do I choose? Fortunately, I haven’t had to make that choice…yet. I won’t rule it out because of what I see in working with some of United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland’s many partner programs that deal with
Updated May 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM
Mt. Juliet resident Keith Edmonds announced Monday he would continue his mission of empowering child abuse victims with his foundation’s Backpack of Love program.
We have all heard of extreme couponers. You might even be on the verge of becoming one yourself. What is an extreme couponer exactly, you might be wondering? The dictionary describes “extreme” as drastic or far beyond the norm.
The Gen. Robert Hatton Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met April 9 and elected officers who will serve through 2018.
Recently a judge ruled that 17-year-olds could vote in Ohio if they turned 18 before the end of the year. A few weeks ago, we featured a young lady in Mt. Juliet who organized an anti-bullying club in her high school, which has had a positive
Updated May 8, 2016 at 8:00 PM
James Dickens and Denise Dickens, of Hartsville, announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Savannah Nicole Dickens, to Gregory Douglas Inman, son of Ray and Teena Inman, of Hartsville.
A kibitzer is defined as one who looks and often offers unwanted comments and opinions.
Raelynn Harper Brandt
Today is Wednesday. Well, for me, today is Wednesday. For readers of this column, today is Saturday. More specifically, today is the first day after the first night of allocations meetings and one day before the second day of allocations meetings.
Updated May 8, 2016 at 12:00 PM