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You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who loves Gallatin High School more than Randy Moore. 

William Lee Hall and Miriam Dawn Armistead of Gallatin were married June 4, 1955. They recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with all of their family in attendance. William and Miriam have two daughters, Cindy Rutledge and Carol Cantrell, five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchi…

Mahailiah Hughes, the retired longtime circuit court clerk who made history by becoming the first woman elected to a countywide public office in Sumner County, died Friday, May 29. She was 80.

The ending of one chapter can be a bittersweet feeling; however, members of the Class of 2020 experienced more bitter than sweet thanks to the COVID 19 pandemic that closed schools for two months, canceled proms and postponed graduations.

On Saturday, June 6, the historic Bridal House will host its opening day. This unique, circa 1800, poplar log house will be open for tours from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. and admission is free. Tennessee Pledge guidelines will be followed. The house is located at 2315 Hwy 25W, Cottontown. For more inf…

There may be a quarantine keeping folks close to home, but a group of students believe that reading can take you places.

Gallatin has cancelled plans for the city’s annual Fire on the Water Music Festival this year due to ongoing uncertainties related to the COVID-19 pandemic.   

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Congratulations to Forrest Hammock, Jr. and Barbara Jane Cannon Hammock as they celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.

Lynn Frierson Faust caught the lightning-bug “bug” 30 years ago. She has captured so many thousands of the tiny sparklers in her net that she can identify most species this side of the Mississippi simply by their flash.   

The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Congratulations to all of our finalists in the 2020 Sumner County Main Street Awards. The top 3 finalists in each category were selected by votes from our readers, naming each as one of Sumner County's favorite local businesses, people, pla…

Gallatin Shalom Zone announces a special twist on the organization’s summer camp that has been held for over 13 years. The camp is for children entering first through fourth grade. 

Coach Calvin Short will celebrate his 79th birthday on Monday, May 4. 

Rehoboth United Methodist Church started a “Living Cross” tradition which has continued for over 25 years. Despite COVID-19, the tradition continued with individual church members and families placing live flowers on the cross for Easter Sunday while practicing social distancing. Rehoboth is…

Red and pink hearts displayed in stores starting in January (or earlier) remind us that February is noted for Valentine’s Day, but this month is also known for American Heart Month.  

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A Castalian Springs teenager with autism who wanted to share a soda with a police officer was instead surprised by more than a dozen local and state law enforcement officers for lunch last week.

Editor’s Note: The recent purchase by the City of Gallatin of the remaining acres of the historic Langley Hall property on Coles Ferry Road along with the approach of Valentine's Day have reminded this writer of the unlikely love story that spawned the writing of The Lost World of Langley Ha…

Lillian Carter of Gallatin was presented with a certificate of special congressional recognition by U.S. Rep. John Rose on her 100th birthday Jan. 22.

Sumner Regional Medical Center welcomed its first baby of the decade on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Levi was born at 1:55 p.m. at Sumner Regional to mother Hailie of Macon County. Levi weighed in at 6 lbs. 14 oz.