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Recent articles by Andy:

Wilson County Schools student COVID-19 numbers decline after fall break

Wilson County Schools student COVID numbers decline after fall break → Read More

Nashville’s picture historian Phil Ponder to release 11th skyline; Wilson County, Hermitage events planned

The artist is especially well-known for his Nashville skyline series that started in 1982. Prints of Ponder’s 11th skyline will be released Thursday. → Read More

New appointments named to fill vacant Wilson County School Board, judge and county commission seats

New appointments named to fill vacant Wilson County School Board seat, judge and county commission seats. Melissa Lynn appointed to fill District 3. → Read More

White House commercial building: Scooter's Coffee plan submitted; convenience store also proposed

White House commercial building: Scooter's Coffee plan submitted; Tractor Supply, Kroger expansion update → Read More

Work on State Route 109 in Wilson County nearing an end; more work planned in Sumner County

Work on State Route 109 in Wilson County nearing an end; more work planned in Sumner County → Read More

Wilson County Schools reports new COVID-19 case counts; mask opt-outs at 27%

Wilson County Schools reported slightly higher COVID-19 case counts this week with mask opt-outs at 27% → Read More

A ‘freak’ EF-0 tornado confirmed in Wilson County on Sunday

A ‘freak’ EF0 tornado confirmed in Wilson County on Sunday → Read More

Former VP Al Gore: Cordell Hull's vision of world peace still matters

Former Vice President Al Gore said Cordell Hull was as a model for peace as a Hull statue was unveiled at Lebanon's Cumberland University on Friday. → Read More

Wilson County Schools COVID cases and close contacts show decline during mask mandate

Wilson County Schools COVID cases and close contacts show decline during the mask mandate being in effect in the district, data shows. → Read More

Wilson County Schools COVID-19 cases and quarantines down after closing for a week

Wilson County Schools COVID-19 cases and quarantines drop after schools are closed for a week → Read More

Fatal crash on South Mt. Juliet Road in Wilson County; road closed

Fatal crash on South Mt. Juliet Road in Wilson County; road closed → Read More

Jon White resigns as Wilson County School Board member

Jon White resigns as Wilson County School Board member → Read More

White House development: Plan to build 400 homes moves ahead, will add to city's sharp growth

Plan to build 400 homes in White House moves forward and add to city's sharp growth → Read More

Nearly 30% of Wilson County students impacted by COVID-19 with highest numbers reported last week

Wilson County had 369 new cases and 2,253 close contacts last week. → Read More

Sumner County 9-year-old and Mt. Juliet Christian student: A friendship with a horse and rodeo honors

Sumner County resident and Mt. Juliet Christian student: A friendship with a horse and their rodeo honors → Read More

Wilson County Schools to hold called board meeting: What will and what won't be addressed

The Wilson County School Board will hold a special board meeting to discuss district guidelines on communicable illnesses at 9 a.m., Saturday. → Read More

Stoner Creek Elementary glad to be almost home after tornado as Wilson County starts school

Stoner Creek students and teachers now start the school year in a wing at West Wilson Middle that escaped heavy damage. → Read More

Mt. Juliet churches: New Tribe buys 12 acres; King & City moves to Mt. Juliet Middle

New Tribe Church in Mt. Juliet has returned to the Valley Center. King & City Church has moved services to the Mt. Juliet Middle School building. → Read More

Archer Datacenters to open 83K square foot building in Gallatin with possible expansion

Archer Datacenters to open 83K square foot building in Gallatin with possible expansion → Read More

Second Whataburger in Lebanon announced as part of future Publix development on Highway 109

Both Lebanon restaurants are projected to open in mid-2022, according to Whataburger. → Read More