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A positive attitude - a lesson for everyone

He uses a wheelchair to get around and has trouble forming his words, but 18-year-old Keith Langford could teacher others a thing or two about positive thinking.

If you think you can....you can

Each week in this newspaper, we publish the latest feats, exploits and achievements of local athletes - high school, middle school and even those playing youth sports.

A miracle child keeps defying the odds

The doctors said he would never live to see his first birthday, but 10-year-old Anthony Baxter has always had a mind of his own.

Brett. Neelly. Enough said.

Improvement is measured over a length of time.

Mayor presents budget proposal

"I'm trying to give you a good, comprehensive, thorough and fully-disclosed look at everything." - Mayor Paige Brown

General News

Tractor show benefits FFA

Tractor show benefits FFA

Organizers of the first annual "Truck and Tractor Show" held at Gallatin High School last Saturday say it was a success.

County approves waiting period between setting and voting on tax increases

County approves waiting period between setting and voting on tax increases

"There's a lot of people who don't trust us right now. Whatever you say we did or didn't do, they don't trust us right now and that's just a fact." -Moe Taylor

Darkness to Light's five steps to protecting children from sexual abuse

Darkness to Light's five steps to protecting children from sexual abuse
Amy Burke-Salyers

"Darkness to Light" is a nationwide initiative designed to teach caregivers and community members how to protect children by teaching them the five steps to protecting children from sexual abuse.

A night with friends

A night with friends

"We had a lot of fun dancing. The most fun though was just having dinner with friends and our car ride over because we just got to joke around a lot." -Kyle Anderton

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Sports

Big day at plate aids Knights

The Pope John Paul II baseball Knights tallied 14 hits against Montgomery Bell Academy last week and posted an 11-1 victory.

Bison get revenge, dismantle Rossview win tournament

The Station Camp soccer team had plenty of reason to come out with a vengeance on Friday night against visiting Rossview. The Hawks ended the Bison season in 2014 with a 2-1 win in the Region 5-AAA semifinals.

JPII girls lax takes two of three

JPII girls lax takes two of three
Rachel Tidwell (#4) and Madison Taylor play defense against Harpeth Hall. BRIDGET SHEPHERD / The Gallatin News

Over the past week the Pope John Paul II girls lacrosse team won comfortably over Harpeth Hall and Brentwood and then dropped a game to Ensworth.

Gallatin names its new ball coach

Gallatin names its new ball coach

Following the announced retirement of long-time coach Kim Kendrick, the search for a new Lady Wave basketball coach has been an ongoing process.




 

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