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First responders bring an early Christmas to kids First responders bring an early Christmas to kids

Every year, the Gallatin Police Department hosts "Shop with a Cop & Firefighter," and this year's event took place Saturday morning at Wal-Mart.

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General News

No final decision on new Sumner judgeship

Three weeks after the Sumner County Bar Association held their meeting to narrow down their list of candidates for the second General Sessions judgeship, the three finalist nominees, Thomas Boyers, Mike Carter, and Allen Ehmling, were announced.

Court space an issue for Sumner County judges

The Sumner County General Operations Committee met on Monday evening as they addressed the paving of the Juvenile Court parking lot as well as space issues with county courtrooms.

County moves to improve inmate medical care, donates $50,000 to museum

A number of funds were appropriated for several projects as the Sumner County Budget Committee met Monday evening.

CEMC warns members of scams targeting utility consumers

Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation is warning its members to be on alert for scams that continue to target utility consumers.

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Sports

Wave take win down the stretch against Tigers

Wave take win down the stretch against Tigers

After leading for the majority of Tuesday night's contest, the Gallatin High School boys' basketball team had to come from behind in the fourth quarter to take a road win against the Tigers of Macon County.

Short to be inducted in TFCA Hall of Fame

Short to be inducted in TFCA Hall of Fame
SUBMITTED / The Gallatin News

The names Calvin Short and Gallatin Green Wave are synonymous with one another for many reasons.

Rams held to 14 points in White House loss

Rams held to 14 points in White House loss
ADAM BROWN / The Gallatin News

For as exciting as Monday night's contest featuring the Rucker-Stewart Lady Rams and the White House Lady Blue Devils was, there wasn't a lot of offensive production by either team.

Lady Bison fall to unbeaten Stewarts Creek

The Station Camp girls basketball team knew they had a challenge on their hands when undefeated Stewarts Creek (8-0) came to town on Tuesday night.




 

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