Today is Monday, November 24, 2014
Legally publicized - yes. Well publicized - no way. Legally publicized - yes. Well publicized - no way.

At Monday night's Sumner County Commission meeting, Commissioner Jim Vaughn made a motion to suspend the rules to allow people to speak and express their views about the property tax increase that was approved earlier this month.

Read More »

General News

City leaders discuss pay study for employees

The Gallatin City Council spent several minutes Tuesday night discussing a pay study the council requested earlier in the year.

Community mourns the loss of Pastor David Landrith

David Landrith, the pastor of Long Hollow Baptist Church, passed away Tuesday after a year-and-half battle with cancer. He was 51.

City to spend $40,000 on Palace Theater repairs

The Gallatin City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night to give the non-profit group Greater Gallatin $40,000 to repair the roof and two HVAC units at the Palace Theater.

GHS student charged for firearm possession

A 17-year-old was arrested Tuesday after he was found to be in possession of a handgun on the campus of Gallatin High School.

The "" section is not compatible with the bwsections element.

Sports

District 9-AAA names its All-District team

It's not the shoes that make a woman, but the character that fills them

It's not the shoes that make a woman, but the character that fills them

Traveling back from fall break vacation two years ago, Station Camp girls basketball coach Kendra Jackson received a phone call that would change her life forever.

The call was from her doctor and he didn't give her the information she wanted to hear. After several rounds of testing, Jackson was informed that she had a rare form of skin cancer.

Turnovers lead to season opening loss for Wave

Turnovers lead to season opening loss for Wave

Turnovers and sloppy play was the recipe for the Gallatin Green Wave boys' basketball team int their season opener against Rossview on Monday. As a result, Gallatin fell to 0-1 on the season with a 46-37 loss.

"We preached and talked and knew the possibility of the trouble it would cause if we began to turn the ball over," Gallatin Head Coach Bobby Luna said. "Bottom line is we have to play better."

Lady Wave drop season opener

Lady Wave drop season opener

The Gallatin Lady Wave basketball team began their 2014-15 season Monday night against a team that was one possession from making the finals a year ago. Though several key components were missing from that Rossview team, the core of the group proved to still be a talented group.




 

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software