Roy “Link” Womack passed away Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013 at the Gallatin Health Care. He was 83-years-old.
The funeral service for Womack will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Anderson Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Doyle Farris and Ed Mayberry officiating.
Gallatin Electric Department crews and the Gallatin Police department work to restore power in Gallatin and direct traffic after a mulch truck hit a utility pole near Roger’s Garden Center on West Main Street on Monday shortly after 11 a.m.
Lifelong Gallatin Green Wave supporter and former radio man for Friday night broadcasts with WMRO, Jules Brazil was hit by a car on his way to the Gallatin football game against Portland Friday night.
Volunteer State Community College Head Baseball Coach Mike Crossland was arrested Monday on bigamy charges.
An investigation of Gallatin City Recorder and Judge Connie W. Kittrell is underway, The Gallatin News has confirmed.
Why Kittrell is being investigated, however, had not been determined as of press time.
After being open for business one-year, Mama’s Kitchen, 495 East Main Street, celebrated its ribbon-cutting Tuesday.
“Mama’s Kitchen is dedicated to all the moms,” Clark said.