The “Big Payback” encourages residents to give local and pay back nonprofits during 24-hour campaign May 6
Sumner County’s plan to consolidate all emergency dispatch operations moved a step closer to reality Tuesday with Gallatin rallying behind the initiative.
Advantages of the centralized dispatch estimated to be fully operational by the 2015-16 fiscal year include reducing the number of times that a 911 call is redirected or rerouted to another agency and quicker response times, Gallatin Police records show.
Offering enrichment programs and day care to children from 12-months to 12-years-old, Gallatin Day Care Center, Inc., is set to hold a fundraiser to help raise funds to better their services.
For $10, supporters can attend their annual event.
The spaghetti dinner and auction will feature the music of Danny McCorkle. Items to be auctioned—both by a live auction and silent auction—include trips to Disney, Branson and Bowling Green; local golf trips, fishing trips and train rides; also baskets valued at $100.
Industry jobs are on the rise in Sumner County, but the problem some local employers say they are facing is a lack of available workers.
Ideas about how local industries and educators could work together to train a workforce in the manufacturing field was the topic of discussion Friday at Volunteer State Community College at the quarterly meeting of the North Central P-16 Council - a group of educators, chamber members, elected officials and business professionals.
It’s no secret that Sumner County harbors some of the best football talent in the state of Tennessee. Those native to the area have seen the best clash helmets under the Friday night lights for years. On a sun drenched Saturday afternoon in Knoxville, the 68,542 University of Tennessee fans in attendance at the annual Orange and White game saw firsthand the impact Sumner County can bring to the checkerboards.
The Station Camp High School girls’ softball team relied on the top of its batting order to earn a 5-2 victory over Portland in a 9-AAA match-up last week.
The Bison were held without a hit for the first three innings but battled back to secure the victory over the visiting Lady Panthers.
There were 11 goals scored between the Beech and Gallatin High School boys’ soccer teams Friday night. In a game that was delayed an hour due to lightning, the Green Wave came out on top 6-5 in overtime in the District 9-AAA contest.
Over the weekend, the Gallatin High School boys’ soccer team played host to Hendersonville, White House Heritage and Clarksville at their annual Soccer Classic.
Gallatin opened play in the classic with a 3-1 win over White House Heritage Friday night and played Clarksville to a 2-2 tie the following day.