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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…

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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 …

Erin Hollinden of Gallatin, qualified for the Spring 2018 Dean's List at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C.

Gareth Laffely, of Gallatin, has been awarded the Humanities Division Award from Volunteer State Community College. The award honors the outstanding graduate in the division. The award was presented recently at the annual Graduate Awards Night.

Students from across the state of Tennessee gathered together at the inaugural Teach Ag Signing Day at the 90th Annual State FFA Convention on March 27 to sign letters of intent to become agriculture teachers with their respective universities. Shayla Lile of the Gallatin FFA Chapter will en…

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Surrounded by crime scene tape, a group of Gallatin High School students wearing white coveralls began digging near a greenhouse on the school’s campus hoping to find the “body” of a fictional homicide victim.

Summer classes at Volunteer State Community College are starting earlier this year, May 21. The change comes with new summer class terms. The college is offering three-week, six-week, and twelve-week classes. The reason is to have less overlapping of class terms, which allows students to tak…