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City to review committee oversight after GEDA controversy

The city is embarking on a review of the various committees which have been created by both the city charter and by ordinances passed by the council.

EDA Director moving out of city but plans to keep job

City leader demands he re-pay $10,000 in relocation expenses

General News

County museum taking shape

County museum taking shape

"We're really excited, but we're going to have to raise a bunch of money for the renovation." Juanita Frazor, treasurer of the museum.

Servant Church holds annual Easter egg hunt

Servant Church holds annual Easter egg hunt

The Servant Church held its annual Easter egg hunt on Sunday afternoon behind the post office across from the fairgrounds.

City gathers to honor fire chief's career

City gathers to honor fire chief's career

"There are numerous houses still standing and people still living because of the decisions and actions of Chief Crook." Captain Rodney Prior

Sumner Regional volunteer receives service award

Sumner Regional volunteer receives service award

A Sumner Regional Medical Center (SRMC) volunteer, Johnny Townes, received the Governor's Volunteer Service Award recently at ceremonies in Franklin.

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Sports

First annual Bison Stampede 5K scheduled for April 18

On April 18, the Bison Quarterback Club will host their first annual Bison Stampede 5K.

Wacaser leads Commandos to district win over Bison

Wacaser leads Commandos to district win over Bison
Bryson Glover snaps a ground ball over to first.

Aided by a seven strikeout performance by starting pitcher Will Wacaser, the Hendersonville Commando baseball team picked up a 3-0 District 9-AAA win over their host, Station Camp, Tuesday night.

Gallatin splits weekend classic

Gallatin splits weekend classic

It was a first half that the Green Wave boys' soccer team would soon rather forget.

Knights bag eight runs in seventh to take win

Aided by an eight run eighth inning, the Pope John Paul II High School baseball team downed East Hickman, 14-3, to move to 10-0 on the season.




 

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