Lady Bison defeat West Creek; fall to Creekwood and Rossview.
For Chad and Clara Rogan, the Palace Theatre has changed a great deal.
Growing up, the couple, Chad, 81, and Clara, 78, would visit the theatre once a month. They first attended the Theatre during racial segregation in the South.
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.
The Gallatin City Council gave initial approval Tuesday night to spend a total of about $2.3 million on a number of items on their agenda.
The votes came one week to the day after Finance Director Rachel Nichols warned the council that all spending for the rest of the fiscal year would have to come out of the city's Rainy Day Fund.
Merrol Hyde Magnet and Hendersonville High School students were honored Tuesday night at the Sumner County Board of Education meeting in Gallatin.
The Merrol Hyde Robotics Team won the first place robotics award in the Music City BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) competition. Students and parents involved were recognized at the meeting and attendees were able to see a demonstration of the robot the students built.
Both girls and boys Gallatin High School basketball teams tallied wins Saturday morning.
The Hendersonville Commandos and Gallatin Green Wave both advanced Friday night to earn spots in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs.
Gallatin travels to Shelbyville in the second round of the TSSAA 5-A playoffs.
Josh Malone scores all three Bison touchdowns en route to a 24-17 win over Franklin in the opening round of the TSSAA 6-A playoffs.
Gallatin hosted Lawrence Co in the opening round of the TSSAA 5-A state playoffs and earned a 34-7 win over the visiting Wildcats.
Sumner County played host to the 2013 Bassmaster Weekend Series National Championship.
Gallatin opener season with 64-59 loss to Clarksville based Rossview.
City Finance Director Rachel Nichols announced the city is short over $800,000 at the city council's work session Tuesday night.
“It's not pretty – you have no money,” Nichols said.
Sumner Regional Medical Center volunteer chaplains sponsored an event Monday to honor veterans.
“Our chaplains thought that since this was the first attempt at providing a service that we should start by honoring hospital employees who are veterans and veterans in their families and volunteers who are veterans and veterans in their families,” said Sharon Green, Sumner Regional Medical Center director of volunteer services.
Gallatin police arrested a local woman Friday on charges she was embezzling from her employer.
Melissa Wix, 44, of 790 Green Wave Drive #1904, was charged with theft over $10,000 and more than a dozen counts of forgery.
Longtime Gallatin supporter Raymond Brown was recently honored for his 77 years of Green Wave pride.
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