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All Access Coach donated $100,000 toward Gallatin’s Miracle Park today. Included in the photo are Mayor Paige Brown, Councilmen Shawn Fennell and Jimmy Overton. Staff from All Access include Eric Blankenship (President/Co-Owner), Jim Borelli (Shop Manager/Co-Owner), Jack Blankenship (Safety)…

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Sumner County leaders are expected to vote on Monday to borrow another $103.6 million in the form of general obligation bonds in order to partially fund a new criminal justice facility as well as supplement previous funding for two new schools north of Long Hollow Pike. 

Braylon Privette from Mrs. DePena’s 2nd grade class was the winner of the Rotary bike for October. Braylon was nominated by his teacher for being a hard worker and a kind friend to others. Braylon is pictured with Officer Johnson from the GPD, his father, Mrs. DePena and Dr. Frank Etlinger f…

Mrs. Whitaker’s 4th grade class at Benny Bills Elementary announced their 4H poster winners. Pictured (l-r) is Kalayah Lassiter, Zy’Asia Branham, Jax Austin, and Jyneria Woods.

Congratulations to the winners of the 4-H poster contest in Mrs. Manning’s 5th grade class at Bethpage Elementary School - 1st place: Westin Wells; 2nd place:  Mallory Moore; 3rd place: Tobin Tucker.

4-H class officers (l-r): President Brayden Oaks, Vice-President Jaden Lynch, Secretary Banu Buyukolmez, Reporter Nolan Crask, Record Keeper Eirena Zhang and Activity Leader Alaina Calabrese.

Gallatin’s GMA Martial Arts Center students earned several awards at the Grappling Games at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville on Saturday, Nov. 23. Competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, GMA students brought home two gold and two silver medals. Justin Sadler won gold in "Gi" and a silve…

The Gallatin Rotary Club was honored to give away a bike to a very deserving first grader at Howard Elementary school as a part of the Rotary wheels in motion program. Back (l-r): Jessica Smith - guidance counselor, Evelyn Newman - mother, Jeremy Warner - father, Conner Warner - brother, Mel…

The Gallatin Rotary Club gave a bicycle away as a part of its rotary wheels in motion program at Howard Elementary. Pictured back (l-r): Tiffany Zwart, mom; sisters, Kate and Sydney Zwart, Jon Zwart, dad; 3rd grade bike winner Cooper Zwart; grandparents Tammy and Teddy Adams. Front(l-r): Rot…

Shay Stevens has joined J.M. Insurance Agency its new personal lines account executive in the Gallatin office. She has over 16 years of experience in providing excellent customer service as an insurance professional.

The holidays can get busy and so people considering taking college classes this spring are encouraged to apply now. Spring classes at Volunteer State Community College start on Jan.  21. 

Middle Tennessee State University has signed an agreement to extend the “MTSU Promise” to Volunteer State Community College, the sixth such pathway established for students with associate degrees to move seamlessly to the four-year university.

For the past 25 years, Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County has been one of the only local resources offering a homeownership program for Sumner County families in need of affordable housing. The local Habitat affiliate has built 65 homes to date, including two currently under construction …

Gallatin High School senior, Emily Dismukes, daughter of Pennie and Chris Dismukes, has been selected to All-State Theatre in the area of Musical Theatre. Emily auditioned Oct. 26 in Rutherford County. She performed the song "Safer" from the musical First Date, as well as a monologue from Th…

Garrott Bros. Ready Mix just completed its first food drive and in one month raised about 400 pounds of food and $1,345 in donations for the Sumner County Food Bank to help those in need through the holidays. From the left: Thurman Wilder, Tom Yancy, Katie Moss, Daniel Bugbee.

Sumner County Assessor of Property, John Isbell, was presented the 2019 Three Star Certification before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers at the fall regional seminars. The certificate was presented on behalf of the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers by the executive d…

All Access Coach donated $100,000 toward Gallatin’s Miracle Park today. Included in the photo are Mayor Paige Brown, Councilmen Shawn Fennell and Jimmy Overton. Staff from All Access include Eric Blankenship (President/Co-Owner), Jim Borelli (Shop Manager/Co-Owner), Jack Blankenship (Safety)…

Seven Sumner County organizations have received a 2019 grant from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization dedicated to helping non-profit organizations in 40 counties.