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At Monday night's Sumner County Commission meeting, Commissioner Jim Vaughn made a motion to suspend the rules to allow people to speak and express their views about the property tax increase that was approved earlier this month.

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General News

Local restaurant achieves second 'green' certification in state

Not only was The Grayfeather Grill - located at 122 Franklin Street - the first in Sumner County to achieve the certification, but just the second in the state of Tennessee.

At 72, pastor who feeds thousands, receives his first house

At 72, pastor who feeds thousands, receives his first house

He has shared his love of the Lord from the pulpit of churches, counseled those through spiritual and life struggles, and helped to feed thousands of hungry mouths, but he never had a home of his own.
That changed last week for Pastor James Gill and his wife, Barbara, when he received the keys to a brand new house that was given to the couple for free.

County to end routine brush pick-up service

Sumner County Roads Department Superintendent Judy Hardin announced last week that her department will no longer offer free brush pick-up service for unincorporated areas of the county. Hardin said that the county has spent a little more than $1 million over the past four years providing the service and that her department could no longer afford the expense.

Ready, set, shop - Black Friday is almost here!

As the week of Thanksgiving rolls by, many Sumner County citizens are preparing for the hundreds of pounds of food being prepared to share with friends and family. Many more residents are continuing to prepare for the hundreds of dollars in sales that hit local stores and shops beginning on Thanksgiving night and rolling over into the battlefield that is Black Friday shopping.

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Sports

District 9-AAA names its All-District team

It's not the shoes that make a woman, but the character that fills them

It's not the shoes that make a woman, but the character that fills them

Traveling back from fall break vacation two years ago, Station Camp girls basketball coach Kendra Jackson received a phone call that would change her life forever.

The call was from her doctor and he didn't give her the information she wanted to hear. After several rounds of testing, Jackson was informed that she had a rare form of skin cancer.

Turnovers lead to season opening loss for Wave

Turnovers lead to season opening loss for Wave

Turnovers and sloppy play was the recipe for the Gallatin Green Wave boys' basketball team int their season opener against Rossview on Monday. As a result, Gallatin fell to 0-1 on the season with a 46-37 loss.

"We preached and talked and knew the possibility of the trouble it would cause if we began to turn the ball over," Gallatin Head Coach Bobby Luna said. "Bottom line is we have to play better."

Lady Wave drop season opener

Lady Wave drop season opener

The Gallatin Lady Wave basketball team began their 2014-15 season Monday night against a team that was one possession from making the finals a year ago. Though several key components were missing from that Rossview team, the core of the group proved to still be a talented group.




 

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