Williamson in 3 minutes
Ravenwood softball can't outlast Clarksville, falls in 10 innings: The Clarksville Wildcats scored three runs in the 10th inning to break away with a 4-1 win against the resilient Ravenwood Raptors in the Class AAA softball sectionals.
Boots, jeans and cowboy hats – it’s rodeo time: With the Franklin Rodeo just a week away and the parade Saturday, there are two important items requiring absolute attention – tickets and wardrobe.
JOE BIDDLE: Final honor flight stirs memories, patriotism, appreciation: Vincent Henry Wolters first wanted to go to the Atlantic side of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
After all, he was one of the American soldiers who helped his country defeat the Nazi war machine as Adolph Hitler’s Germany threatened to control Europe and ultimately the world.
Ravenwood wins fifth straight regional softball title: The Ravenwood Lady Raptors captured their fifth straight Region 6-AAA softball title Wednesday, beating Overton 11-0 in five innings.
The Best Thing I Ate All Week: Shrimp ‘Moe’ Boy sandwich in Cool Springs: The best thing I ate all week was a shrimp po’ boy at the new Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Cool Springs – to be exact, a Shrimp Moe Boy as it’s called on the menu.
BA baseball splits doubleheader with MBA: Brentwood Academy split their doubleheader with Montgomery Bell Academy Friday in the Division II-AA substate round, losing the opener 2-0 and winning the second game 4-1.
Ramon Presson; Columnist; Williamson Herald; Williamson County
COMMENTARY BY RAMON PRESSON: What if? The Disciple Draft Sponsored By …: It’s the adult version of the grade school playground angst of being picked for teams. It’s professional sports’ version of The Bachelor. Prior to the big day candidates go to the “Combine” (no relation to farm equipment though it is held in Indiana) where they show off for potential suitors, making it akin to the strange exhibitionist behaviors of many male animals seeking to attract a mate.
‘VeggieTales’ artist wins ‘Herald’ mascot contest: A cartoonish newspaper named Harold with Muppetesque eyes and a round pink nose was selected as the mascot of the “Williamson Herald” newspaper, according to owner and publisher Derby Jones.
COMMENTARY BY WILLIAM CARTER: Springtime in Middle Tennessee: A bumble bee zips by followed by another and they bounce and roll around on thin air a foot or two above the hanging basket brimming at the edges with petunias and vinca and something yellow I don’t know the name of and bought and planted only because it caught my eye and then the bumble bees dart away over the hedge of quince and spirea and scraggly azaleas and Knock-Out roses going to wherever it is that bumble bees go and I wonder where that is because that’s what I do, mostly, when I sit outside after I’ve done all the things I’m supposed to do … I wonder.
Williamson Herald; Williamson County
Daniel Rippy of Corner Pub Nashvillian Rippy follows in his father’s restaurateur footsteps: About 15 years ago, Jeff Rippy began a tradition for his family: before each Nashville Kats arena football game, he’d set up a grill behind Tootsies in downtown Nashville. They’d spend the afternoon barbequing, offering plates to family and friends and anyone else who caught the wafting smell off of Broadway.