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Rockabilly Car Show

Join us for the first annual Rockabilly Car show on the Historic Watertown Square! This exciting new event is hosted by the newly formed Tennessee Artist’s Guild in Watertown   ” template=”/home/vdgfiles/public_html/theedgenews/site/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery-caption-custom.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  

Master Gardener Class to Begin Feb 5

The Tennessee Extension Master Gardener program is a diverse UT Extension program that trains volunteers to provide the public with research-based information on lawn and garden topics. TEMGs are volunteers who have a love of plants and horticulture, coupled with Extension training, equips them to teach and assist their neighbors and communities. The UT-TSU Extension […]

Watertown City Council Meeting Jan 16

Watertown City Council will meet on Tuesday, January 16 at 6:00 p.m. at teh Watertown Community Center, 8630 Sparta Pike, Watertown for their regular monthly meeting. www.WatertownTN.com  

BOB HALEY SEEKS 46TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT

BOB HALEY SEEKS 46TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT Longtime public servant Bob Haley is seeking appointment to the 46th District State Representative seat left vacant by the December special election.  The Wilson County Commission meets in special session Wednesday evening to elect a successor to Mark Pody, who was elected to the state Senate to replace […]

Lascassas Fire Department Fish Fry Jan 13

The Lascassas Volunteer Fire Department Fish Fry is held the second Saturday of each month.  The next Fish Fry will be held Saturday, January 13 from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the firehall on Lascassa Pike.  

Granville – Sutton Players present Valentine Sock-Hop in Mayberry

The Sutton Store Players at Sutton General Store, Granville will be having their annual Valentine Dinner Theater entitled “a Valentine Sock-Hop in Mayberry” on February 1, 2, 8, and 9 at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. each evening and on February 7 at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Pictured at the Sutton Store Players left to […]

Horses’ Needs Change with Colder Weather

As the winter months approach, it is important to consider the impact of winter weather on equine management practices. Often, horses acclimate well to cold temperatures and are typically maintained well outdoors, but Jennie Ivey, University of Tennessee Extension equine specialist, said special considerations should be given to the horses’ nutritional needs, and overall maintenance […]

McDearman moves into role of President at Wilson Bank

Adhering to a succession plan its board of directors formulated several years ago, Wilson Bank & Trust has officially named Lebanon native John McDearman the successor of bank president Elmer Richerson as of Jan. 1, following Richerson’s retirement at the end of 2017. “A strong succession plan is one of the main reasons we believe […]

Greer Athletes of the Week – Watertown

John Greer Jr. was happy to recognize the “Athletes of The Week” from Watertown High School, for week ending January 06, 2018. The “Watertown Lady-Purple Tiger Athletes of The Week”, were McKenna George and Emma Christensen. Both of these young ladies play basketball for the “Lady Purple-Tigers”. McKenna George is a “junior” – ‘shooting-guard’, for […]

Watertown Volunteer Fire Fish Fry Jan 6

Watertown Volunteer Fire Department holds a fund raising Fish Fry the first Saturday of the month, noon to 8:00 p.m. at the PUblic Safety Building in Watertown. Next Fish Fry is Saturday, January 6 www.WatertownTN.com  




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