Paula Simmons, LPN, Director of Resident Care at Morningside of Gallatin has earned the status of Certified Assisted Living Nurse. This designation is available only through the American Assisted Living Nurses Association, of which Morningside is a member. Their mission is to promote nursing…
Monday, August 5 marked the first day back to school for Sumner County students, and one classroom of 7th graders at Rucker Stewart Middle School were greeted with a colorful surprise.
University of Alabama student Samuel Garretson of Gallatin will participate in UA's Cooperative Education Program for fall 2019. Garretson will be working at Phifer Incorporated.
Simmons Bank sponsored “Movie in the Market” with the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce playing Charlotte’s Web and providing drinks, popcorn, snacks. From the left: Julie Vinson, personal banker; Cherie Cline, branch manager; Jana Boner, universal Bbnker; Haley Hodges, teller,
Gallatin’s Wallace Custom Builders has won HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt for Amazing Kitchens for a custom-built property it built in Franklin, Tenn.
The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) announced Beech High School student Abigail E Deaton from Gallatin, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.
Ten students from Sumner County Schools will participate in Project SEARCH at Welch College this fall, according to Greg Ketteman, vice president for strategic initiatives and dean of graduate education at Welch.
Sandi Sagaser, broker and owner of Inspired Homes has earned the nationally recognized Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation from the Seniors Real Estate Specialist Council of the National Association of Realtors.
The regional Policemen’s Motorcycle Rodeo was recently held in Gallatin. There were several states that participated this year. The rodeo consisted of several different degrees of obstacles each motorcycle police officer needed to complete. It was followed by a dinner in honor of all those t…
Two Hendersonville students were recognized as state winners in the nutrition, health and fitness project at the Tennessee 4-H Roundup and All-Star Conference held at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville on July 25th. Pictured fifth from the left, Brandt Martinek, a sophomore at Hendersonv…
Six General Jethro Sumner DAR members have been appointed to serve on various State Committees of the Daughters of the American Revolution. They attended the Tennessee State DAR Luncheon Meeting for Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and Members of DAR State Committees.
General Jethro Sumner DAR members Regent Nancy Gilley, First Vice Regent Lanetta Groves, Past Regent and current State Treasurer Sandra Long, Deloris Burke and Jackie Lancaster recently attended the 128th DAR Continental Congress in Washington, D.C.
General Jethro Sumner DAR Chapter members attended the Naturalization Ceremony in Nashville to witness 65 people become American citizens. Pictured are (l-r) Regent Nancy Gilley, Donna Kirkbride, Judge Aleta Trauger and Sue Causey.
The Sumner County Co-Op hosted the 2019 4-H Chick Chain Show and Auction Thursday, Aug. 1 in Gallatin. Participants showed off their prized pullets at the sale which included about two dozen sets of six Barred Rock and Black Sex Link laying pullets.
On Aug. 23, at 6 p.m. the men’s group of Rehoboth United Methodist Church invites all men in the community to a catered dinner and a program presented by former NFL coach, Les Steckel.
As students return to classrooms across Sumner County, officials with the Sumner Teen Center say they expect as many as 600 local teenagers will take advantage of the Gallatin-based nonprofit’s free after school programs throughout the upcoming school year.
Sumner County saw an increase in visitor spending from $148.63 million in 2017 to $157.99 million in 2018, a 6.3% increase according to a report released by Governor Bill Lee and Tennessee Department of Tourist Development Commissioner Mark Ezell on August 6.
On July 31, representatives from Dollar General and 3M presented Sumner County Schools Director Del Phillips and hundreds of teachers from Sumner County with a check for $50,000 to promote 2019-2020 literacy initiatives in local schools.
Rose Granato recently joined the staff of Gallatin First United Methodist Church as the new director of Next Generation Youth Ministry. She and Trent Rogan, director of Next Generation Children’s Ministry, will work together to “help build young lives set on the firm foundation of Jesus Chr…
Frankie and Herbert DeWees were out Christmas caroling with some of their grandkids in December of 2011 when they got an alarming phone call. Their granddaughter, Annabelle had just been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D). It was a phone call that would change the entire family’s lives - i…