Mrs. White’s 4th grade glass at Merrol Hyde Magnet School held their first 4-H Club meeting where the following students were elected as 4-H officers: Adlai McKinley - president, Levi Johnson - vice president, Knox Tidwell – secretary, Olivia Behanna – reporter, Quinn Murphy – activity leader, and Saanvi Kumar – record keeper. SUBMITTED.
Congrats Benny Bills 4-H officer Mrs. Johnston’s 5th grade class at Benny Bills Elementary School announced newly elected 4-H Club officers. From the left: Brody Downs, president, Asaiyah Brown, vice president, Avah Parks, secretary, Addison Huffer, reporter, Nyah Chapin, record keeper, Juli…
The Thanksgiving holiday season is upon us again! It could not have come at a better time. In a frenzied, fast-paced, and divided society where there are many things to question, doubt, interrogate and investigate, it is beneficial to sometimes slow down, pause, and give thanks.
The North Central P-16 Council recently announced the 2021 BEST (Businesses Empowering Students and Teachers) Award winners. The BEST Award winners for 2021 from Sumner County were Mike and Lindy Gaughan.
If people who lived in Tennessee 100 years ago could speak to us today, they’d tell us we are spoiled. We have stores where we can buy just about every type of food, medicine or clothing we need. We have electricity and access to a clean, safe water supply. We all have some degree of access to a doctor.
Macon Bank and Trust recently hosted a Cruise for a Cure to benefit the Sherry’s Hope organization and donated $2,486. Sherry’s Hope is a non-profit, Christian organization dedicated to helping individuals and families who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Pictured (l-r…
Information is easy to come by these days. If we want to contact someone, we call or text them. If we want to research something, we look it up on the internet. If we want to know our latitude and longitude, we buy a satellite navigation device.
A brand new exhibit opening today at Opry Mills, called Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, will let you do just that.
For some Sumner County Schools employees, service is a lifetime commitment. Seven retired police officers have continued their oath to serve local children.
Charles Lea receives Strong and Courageous award The annual Strong and Courageous banquet benefiting student scholarships at Welch College recently took place. Dr. Ming Wang (left), was recognized as the recipient of a special healthcare award for helping patients in the United States and co…
James Story Band performs at FUMC The James Story Band performed Motown classics during Gallatin First United Methodist Church’s Gratitude Sunday observance Oct. 24 in the church’s West Main Street parking lot. The one-and-half-hour concert was the band’s first post-pandemic appearance and c…
Construction on Charter Senior Living of Gallatin’s $1 million redevelopment is scheduled to begin in November. The announcement comes just a few short months after the Assisted Living community, formerly known as Morningside of Gallatin, was acquired by Charter Senior Living.
The newly elected 4th and 5th grade homeschool 4-H club officers, taught by Diane Vann are (l-r) President Carmen Grimmig, Vice President Kaelin Davis, Secretary Corinne Crowder, Reporter Eli Walker, Record Keeper Matthew Holman, Activity Leader Athena McCullough. SUBMITTED
Before your little ones start their trick or treating journey tonight - Dr. Phil Wenk, President & CEO of Delta Dental Tennessee, would like to lend some helpful advice. For more insight, visit DeltaDentalTN.com
Congratulations Gallatin News Teacher of the Month Gallatin High School Teacher Danielle Smith was named the Gallatin News October Teacher of the Month. Pictured (l-r) Randy Moore (Gallatin News), Danielle Smith and Principal Dr. Ron Becker. SUBMITTED
Around 150 parents, education advocates and students from across the mid-state converged on Hendersonville’s Merrol Hyde Magnet School on Wednesday to weigh in on the state’s plan for overhauling how it funds public education.
Brought to you by Hunter Briley and 'Regal Realty Group' - Our Big Joe puts the spotlight on an amazing rescue organization based in middle Tennessee that is doing things in a large way as you are about to see.