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Taxpayers take stand for transparent county government

Council defers development after concerns raised

Council defers development after concerns raised

Anticipation mounts as citizens will speak at latest Commission meeting

Sumner County residents who wish to speak about the latest tax increase will be allowed to do so on Monday during the Jan. 26 Sumner County Commission meeting.

Sumner school district won't bring in growth funds from 2014-2015 school year

"I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, but at least we planned appropriately within the budget. We read the tea leaves correctly and that is the way it has panned out." - Del Phillips

General News

VIDEO -- Commissioners to hear citizens' take on tax hike

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

Council gives preliminary approval to reclassify recorder's office employees

"Any department head can fire anybody that they need to fire. If it's justified, fire them." - Jimmy Overton

Sumner County Schools continue to chase brighter future

"Let's be vigilant in investing in our students. They are our greatest resource. They are our future." - Tammy Hayes

City will not cover Kittrell's legal fees

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Sports

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (3 of 3)

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (3 of 3)

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (2 of 3)

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (2 of 3)

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (1 of 3)

Photos from Gallatin Leisure Services Youth BBall 1-17-15 (1 of 3)

Banks returns to Sevier County

Banks returns to Sevier County

Dorian Banks led the Green Wave last season with 994 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.

It only seemed fitting that Green Wave fans would be treated to an increase in both categories for his senior campaign in 2015. But that will not be the case.




 

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