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The Gallatin High School Class of 1958 had their 60th reunion on June 29-30. Back row from left: Tommy Womack, Joe Armstrong, Freeman Thompson, Dennis Boland, Herschel Bradley, Carlotta Ray, Richard Weatherford, Doug Smith, Bob McMahan, Brown Wright, Mack Langford, Carey Rutledge. Middle row…

Gallatin resident Leonard (Len) Assante, a communications professor at Volunteer State Community College today announced his candidacy for Sumner County Commission in the 6th District, which includes parts of Hendersonville and Gallatin.

Early voting for the Federal and State Primary and the Sumner County General Election begins Friday, July 13 and continues through Saturday, July 28 at the Sumner County Administration Building, room 112, 355 N. Belvedere Dr. in Gallatin.

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In the Unites States House of Representatives District 6 Republican primary, Bob Corlew, Judd Matheny, Christopher Brian Monday, John Rose and Lavern Vivio are vying for the party’s nomination to fill the seat that will be vacated by Congressman Diane Black (R-Gallatin) who announced last ye…

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Six of the Sumner County School Board’s 12 seats are on the Sumner County General Election ballot Aug. 2. Of those, only two are contested, District 1 which includes much of Hendersonville, and District 11 representing Westmoreland.

There were 186 crimes reported in Sumner County elementary and secondary schools in 2017, according to data submitted by local law enforcement agencies to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

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In October of 2014, members of the county budget committee released an outline to explain the need to raise property taxes from $2.02 to $2.50. At the time, over $700,000 a year was allocated to cover the recurring salaries of 13 school resource officers (SROs) hired in 2013 - salaries that …

BestDelegate.com, the premier Model United Nations (UN) website, just recognized the Indiana University Model UN team as one of the top teams in the nation. One of the reasons for that well-deserved ranking was the contribution of Pope John Paul II (JPII) High School graduate Thomas Janes.

Sumner County’s newest college, with a longstanding tradition in Nashville, has signed an agreement with Volunteer State Community College to make transfer between the two schools easier. Students can start at Vol State using Tennessee Promise for their first two years, and then continue to …

July 1 marks the enactment of 153 new laws in Tennessee, including major legislation sponsored by Senate Speaker Pro Tempore Ferrell Haile (R-Gallatin) to curb opiate abuse.  The new law, which is part of Governor Bill Haslam’s TN Together initiative, seeks to prevent opioid addiction, and u…

As the equivalent of seven football fields of crop land across the city is lost each year to new development, Gallatin officials say the city’s recently completed strategic plan will help them better prepare for future growth.

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A rumor circulating last week about a Hepatitis A outbreak at the Sumner County Jail is just that - an unfounded rumor. There was no outbreak, an official with the Sumner Sheriff’s Office said.  

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After more than two months hidden behind paper-covered windows, downtown Gallatin’s newest restaurant is now open with a variety of sandwiches and arcade games.