FROM: Franklin Homepage – HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF WILLIAMSON-MAURY – On Saturday, April 13, Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury (HFHWM) dedicated its 19th Habitat High home to Jamesia Dowell and her five children, Skylar (10), Kezavier (8), Sanaia (7), Kaiden (5), and Kai (1). This is first residence completed in the new, 26-home Willow Crest subdivision in Fairview. During the past eight weekends, Jamesia Dowell has worked alongside more than 300 students from Brentwood,
FROM: Brentwood Homepage – Brentwood High School TV & Film students picked up three trophies at the MTSU Blue Spark Awards on Saturday March 30. Students in the program won awards for: Animation “Arin’s Gambling Addiction” by Jack Wilson Newscast “WBHS 9 Level 4 Newscast” RJ Taylor, Madison Hebert, Cole Hubbard, Ashley Gracia, Allison Steele, Robert Dickenson & Cole Hendry PSA “Don’t Drink, Don’t Drive, Don’t Die” by Casey Crowe,
FROM: Franklin Homepage – By ALEXANDER WILLIS – Hickman County High School sophomore Arrianne Arcega was awarded first place in the 2019 Congressional Art Competition during a ceremony Thursday evening. Due to her win, Arcega’s art will soon be hung in the U.S. Capital and she will receive a $1,000 scholarship from Columbia State. She will also be flown out to Washington D.C. with her family for a special ceremony.
FROM: Williamson Source – Four more Williamson County Schools students are showing their smarts by earning perfect composite scores on the ACT exam. Brentwood High students Mithul Nallaka and Pardhav Polavarapu both achieved a perfect composite score on the ACT. “We are very proud of both Mithul and Pardhav,” said BHS Principal Kevin Keidel. “They are incredibly hard-working and motivated students. They have challenged themselves by taking our most rigorous