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Fire Chief proposes restructuring

Fire Chief proposes restructuring

Thank You Doc!

Thank You Doc!

Lake Rise Place performs for VSA Tennessee's 15th anniversary

Lake Rise Place performs for VSA Tennessee's 15th anniversary

Third Thursday rocks the square

Sports

Football teams take the field

Football teams take the field

Monday morning marked the first official day Tennessee high school football teams took the field in full pads. Beech, Gallatin, Hendersonville, and Station Camp were among many teams across the state that took advantage of milder morning temperatures by taking the field early.

Local bodybuilder takes first in competition

Local bodybuilder takes first in competition

Being a single mother is tough, but being a single mother while training to win fitness competitions is in a category of its own.

Neldner named new athletic trainer at GHS

Neldner named new athletic trainer at GHS

GALLATIN -- When the Gallatin High School football team takes the field this season, they will do so with a new athletic trainer. Former trainer Andy Yarbrough joined his wife Molly as a part of the staff at Station Camp and Summer Neldner has been named as his replacement.

White Sox pitcher lands in Gallatin

White Sox pitcher lands in Gallatin

Zach Duke has moved all over the United States in his career but the place he and his family call home is Gallatin.

Whenever it comes to talking about their residence, the term, "A great situation," is how he describes it. Whether it is the neighbors or working out at Volunteer State Community College, everything is a great situation. In fact, so great that he added it to the end of every statement.



 

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