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Congressional App Challenge Winner Delia Batdorff

Congratulations goes to Delia Batdorff, a local high school junior, who is the 2017 Congressional App Challenge winner for Tennessee’s 5th Congressional District. The Congressional App Challenge is a national…

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Students enjoy food, fun and gifts

Recently at Whitsitt Elementary school, the Cumberland DAR Chapter (Daughters of the American Revolution) provided Christmas parties for 91 children and teachers of all the fourth grade classes which was…

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Various art work being shown

Students from Hermitage Elementary School recently shared their art work at the regular meeting of The GFWC Stones River Woman’s Club. Mrs. Julie Fritz’s 4th grade students read a book…

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May Referendum, West End Middle School, RIP Tony Adgent

Referendum: ​Voters will vote yea or nay on May 1 on whether to dedicate $5.2 billion in sales tax revenue to improve Nashville’s transit system. Metro spokesperson Mary Beth Ikard…

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A New Year is like a fresh piece of paper: What Will You Write?

The New Year has begun.  The New Year brings new opportunities and new tax laws and, of course, self examination which, without perseverance, will accomplish very little.  Did you make…

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Two guide posts for 2018

Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  Lots of people do.  I don’t anymore. Instead, I make an inventory of myself for the previous year to see what I did that…

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Attention-grabbing push by team’s owners bring pro soccer to Nashville

It was announced on December 20 that Nashville  was the newest city to gain a Major League Soccer franchise, one owner of the team, John Ingram, said that landing the…

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Recycle Christmas trees through Public Works

As Christmas decorations come down and go back into containers until next year, live trees can recycled into mulch through Metro’s Public Works department. Davidson County residents can take their…

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New law prohibits drivers in a school zone from talking on a cell phone

Wanda Southerland Contributor to The News Is a $50 fine a strong enough incentive to prohibit talking on a cell phone while driving in a school zone? Yes? No? Either…

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Don’t be a victim of an identity crime

Wanda Southerland Contributor to The News The holidays have passed and as everyone settles into the New Year, this is a good time to make sure your online accounts haven’t…