Today is Sunday, April 19, 2015
FFA plant sale starts Saturday at GHS

Gallatin High School's annual plant sale put on by the school's FFA club starts Saturday morning at 8 am.
It runs until 4 pm that day and from 9-4 during the week until school lets out.

Cancer benefit a huge success

More than 850 people packed the First United Methodist Church Sunday evening for a benefit supper for Kendra Jackson.

Farmer's Market open for the season

The Gallatin Farmer's Market opened for business on Saturday.

Community opens hearts and wallets to get local teen home

Less than a week and over $40,000 later, Tyler returns home.

General News

Council approves changes to GreenLea extension

Council approves changes to GreenLea extension

The Gallatin City Council approved three changes to the GreenLea Boulevard extension project at their work session Tuesday night.

City narrows search for next Fire Chief

City narrows search for next Fire Chief

The city has narrowed the field of 70 applicants for the next Fire Department chief down to nine candidates.

Animal Control set to move to police department

Animal Control set to move to police department
Chief Bandy

An amendment passed by city council last week to a measure to move the Animal Control Division from under the umbrella of the public works department to the police department has appeared to resolve a squabble between the two departments.

Crawfish on the Square a big hit

Crawfish on the Square a big hit

Crescent City Po Boys hosted Crawfish on the Square last Saturday.

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Sports

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.

Cardoza's hat trick keeps Bison undefeated

Cardoza's hat trick keeps Bison undefeated

Station Camp had only three shots on goal in the first half of last week's contest with Clarksville Northeast. Fortunately for the Bison, two of those came off the foot of Elmer Cardoza.

Undefeated Bison blank Commandos

Undefeated Bison blank Commandos

Tuesday night's game between top district contenders Station Camp and Hendersonville went exceptionally well for the home team and terribly bad for the visitors.




 

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