Gallatin Shalom Zone invites children entering first through fifth grade to sign up for the organizations 15th annual summer day camp being held in person this year from June 1 through June 25.

The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Congratulations to all of our finalists in the 2021 Sumner County Main Street Awards. All finalists were nominated by our readers' and selected by their votes, naming each as one of Sumner's favorite local businesses, people, places and eve…

Bill and Miriam Schlegel of Gallatin, recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. They are both 90 years old and have four sons living in Japan, Switzerland, Minnesota, and Gallatin, along with 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. SUBMITTED

I was saddened to learn recently of the death of Dawn Wells, who portrayed sweet Kansas farm girl Mary Ann Summers, the only normal person amidst six other (kooky) castaways stranded on “Gilligan’s Island.”

The Gallatin (left) and Westmoreland (right) offices of Macon Bank & Trust recently celebrated the holidays with office parties. Not pictured in Gallatin are Chad Coley, Victoria Weathers, Sara Keen and Keely Cook.  

Eleanor Ford is a very interesting lady and recently celebrated a birthday on Nov. 30. She was the very first "Mrs. Tennessee." She was the long-time director of Hartsville's Chamber of Commerce. Prior to that, she owned and operated a flower shop. As a child in Louisville, Ky., she was "Bab…

George and Dorothy Logan of Gallatin will celebrate their 70th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 17. Dorothy will also celebrate her 89th birthday on that day, as the couple married on her birthday. Hope it’s a great day for both of you SUBMITTED

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As October creeps closer, a myriad of spooky places pops up across Middle Tennessee like goosebumps on a first-grader’s first visit to the dentist. It seems every other plot of eerie earth offers an experience to give you the heebie-jeebies, and you’re paying for it.