Tuesday, March 17, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – On Romance….”
Tuesday, March 10, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – The Plague”
Mt. Juliet’s Chicken Real Colonel Sanders, the late king of fried chicken, could have learned a trick or two from Tasha Butler, Wilson County’s queen of hot chicken.
Jean Robertson never imagined that while on a leisurely drive one afternoon in 1985 that she would stumble upon her dream home. “The owner, Ms. McClanahan was sitting on the front porch and I just wanted to ask her some questions about the home. The more we talked the more interested I became until she finally said ‘I’m selling it if you want it, make me an offer’ I did. Then thought about how I was going to break the news to John.”
Most of us know that the 21st Century is all about information. And the quickest, most detailed and economical way to get that information to the public is the focus of WebVideo2Go- a web distribution company that assists clients in taking video content and preparing it for distribution over the internet.
Spring is almost here and with that we all start thinking about getting healthier and in shape for summer. It’s hard, however, to break free of the winter doldrums and feel energized after being cooped up all winter.
In a hillside mansion somewhere between Lebanon and Gladeville tunesmith Curly Putman bends an ear toward a speaker in his music room listening to one of his babies.
Wilson County Is Muse For Artist
When most of us look at a blank canvas we see just that, a blank canvas. When Wilson County artist Scott Harris looks at a blank canvas, the possibilities are endless.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – The Wolf”
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – Airing Dirty Laundry..”
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – The Black Sharpie”
Tuesday, February 3, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – My Parenting Reality”
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009 Continue reading “Telling Tales – Birth Order”
The Stock market –along with home values- seems to be on a downward spiral, unemployment rates are creeping higher and higher and while consumer confi dence is down the cost of living is going up. Continue reading “Staying Mentally Fit In The New Year”
There have been a few thorns along the way, but working at Moss’s Flower Shop and Seed Company has been mostly rosy for Brenda and Hale Moss. Continue reading “Planting Dreams with Moss Flower Shop & Seed Co.”
|Written by Angel Kane|
|Tuesday, January 13, 2009|
Many young men and women come from all over the country to “music city” in order to pursue their dreams of making it big in country music. Unfortunately very few ever realize their dreams and many end up returning home to pursue different dreams. Continue reading “Carolina Rain Calls Wilson County Home”
|Wednesday, January 7, 2009|
Once upon a time in Lebanon, Tennessee a full service hotel sat on the west side of town. The establishment offered up a gourmet dining experience, bowling alley and dance hall. But the most important and perhaps the biggest draw to Horn Springs Resort was the mineral water that was tapped, bottled and sold to guests. Continue reading “Horn Springs Resort”