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Gallatin’s roads are bumpier than normal as city officials say they are working to complete a backlog of more than a dozen paving projects that remain unfinished.

Gallatin native Sharrod Everett will speak at a youth mentoring event on July 14 at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church Winchester in support of the EMPOWER Ministry. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the multi-purpose building at the church located at 290 E. Winch…

Through the lessons in the Girl Scouts “It’s Your World, Change It! — Agent of Change” Journey book, the girls learned about leadership and the ways they already are leaders in their community through what they already do. They decided they could work to make a change in the world like the w…

Morningside of Gallatin recently held a reception for the community to meet its newest member and mascot - Sammy. Called Sip, Sip and Shake, the event welcomed members of the community  to visit and enjoy a cool summer drink and shake paws with Sammy.

The Gallatin Elks Lodge recently visited residents at Christian Towers and Manor.

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Gallatin’s dog park will be getting some new equipment later this year thanks to a $25,000 grant the city was recently awarded for improvements to the facility.

A youth group from two area churches arrived home Tuesday from a mission trip to Haiti after violent protests in the impoverished country prompted an emergency evacuation.

At its recent board meeting, Safe Harbor Sanctuary named Elizabeth Howe as executive director and Linda Roca as board member. Founder and former executive director Sariah Hopkins will continue as treasurer. Jane-Ashe Gailmard remains as board member and thoroughbred liaison.

Sumner Academy third grade student Anah Barto-Fritsche was the winner of the Gallatin Noon Rotary bicycle.  Rotary clubs generously donate bicycles throughout Sumner County to elementary school children. Pictured with Anah are:  Tom Givens (Gallatin Rotary), Officer James McFadden, Valorie C…

Sumner Academy third grade student Anah Barto-Fritsche was the winner of the Gallatin Noon Rotary bicycle.  Rotary clubs generously donate bicycles throughout Sumner County to elementary school children. Pictured with Anah are:  Tom Givens (Gallatin Rotary), Officer James McFadden, Valorie C…

“Murder in Music City” author Michael Bishop spoke to the Gallatin Lions Club on May 22 about his book involving former Gallatin resident, Paula Herring, who was killed while babysitting her six-year-old brother in his Nashville home in 1964. Bishop disputes the findings in which he believes…

Simmons Bank recently made a donation to the Shalom Zone. Pictured is Angie Deguira, retail market manager, Cherie Cline, branch manager and PJ Davis, Shalom Zone. SUBMITTED