Saturday, June 22, 2024
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School menu for Summer Learning Camp for the week of June 24-28 is as follows:

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A piece of local history disappeared early last Saturday morning, as the old house, located at the corner of Broadway Street and McMurry Blvd. in Hartsville, was torn down.

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The 2024-25 school year will begin in roughly six weeks, and new faces will be at the helm of two Trousdale County schools.

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Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 4842 held a flag burning ceremony on the occasion of Flag Day last Friday to educate citizens on how to properly dispose of an old or worn-out flag.

Saturday, June 15, 2024
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) held three separate public comment sessions this week in selected Tennessee counties that fall within the path of the proposed East Tennessee Natural Gas Ridgeline Expansion Project.

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School menu for Sumner Learning Camp for the week of June 17-21 is as follows:

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The announcement came on Monday that Trousdale County High School offensive coordinator Kyle Gregory, 32, has been named the Yellow Jackets’ new head coach.

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POLICY: Information for the community calendar that is submitted is due by noon on Tuesday for publication. It’s a free listing of nonprofit events, community, club, and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material.

Tuesday, June 11, 2024
Saturday, June 08, 2024
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The Trousdale County High School basketball coaches held their awards banquet on April 24 at T.C.H.S. Yellow Jacket Coach Ryan Sleeper handed out awards to:

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School menu for Sumner Learning Camp for the week of June 10-14 is as follows:

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Summer Learning Camp began on Monday at Trousdale County Elementary School for 168 rising first through eighth graders and will run through June 28.

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Since the late 1800s, the old Hartsville Train Depot has stood as a monument to Trousdale County’s past and has helped to provide a historical account of the pre-1900s South.

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A new freestanding Dollar Tree store will soon be open next to the Minit Mart in Hartsville. It will be the third discount store to come to Trousdale County since 2022.

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As the Fourth of July approaches, the town of Hartsville is getting ready for next month’s Independence Day festivities. The celebration will include the annual Super Soaker Independence Day Parade, Music in the Park, and a fireworks show to end the day.

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POLICY: Information for the community calendar that is submitted is due by noon on Tuesday for publication. It’s a free listing of nonprofit events, community, club, and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material.

Saturday, June 01, 2024
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Deputy Director Bobby Bass and Executive Director William Wall of the Tennessee Corrections Institute (TCI) spoke to the Trousdale County Commission at a work session Thursday night regarding jail needs and assessments.

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The Trousdale County Budget and Finance Committee reaffirmed this week that it will be recommending to the county commission that the Hartsville-Trousdale County Animal Shelter’s budget be considerably cut for the 2025 fiscal year.

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Now in full force, the constant chorus of the cicadas has been filling the air with the simultaneous arrival of a 13-year brood and a 17-year brood that have surfaced this spring.

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School menu for Sumner Learning Camp for the week of June 3-7 is as follows:

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POLICY: Information for the community calendar that is submitted is due by noon on Tuesday for publication. It’s a free listing of nonprofit events, community, club, and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material.

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It’s official! Another tasty choice in dining is coming to Hartsville.

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Trousdale County High School girls’ basketball coach Paige McKinney held her awards banquet on April 24, at TCHS She handed out the following awards:

Saturday, May 25, 2024
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Kathy Bratton Oakley McCall, endearingly known as Kat Kat, loved her family, had a successful career, made everyone around her feel important, didn’t like to cook, and hated housework.

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Trousdale County teacher and head coach Blake Satterfield announced that he has accepted a position with the Putnam County School District, as a middle school science teacher and as the defensive coordinator at Upperman High School in Baxter. He will begin working under his former college fo…

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When emergencies happen, most folks know that help is only a phone call away. But when the crisis has passed, many forget to thank those who have answered the cry for help.

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Monday, May 20, 2024
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Jamie is a sweet, 4-month-old, male Australian cattle dog who is ready to find a forever home and is currently available for adoption through the Hartsville-Trousdale County Animal Shelter. For more information, call the shelter at 615-680-4022.

Saturday, May 18, 2024
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POLICY: Information for the community calendar that is submitted is due by noon on Tuesday for publication. It’s a free listing of nonprofit events, community, club, and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material.

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The Trousdale County High School softball team saw its season come to a close on May 11, with a 3-2 loss to Westmoreland in the District 6-2A Tournament in Westmoreland.

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Trousdale County School Board Student Representative Kallie Cornwell said goodbye to board members at Thursday night’s meeting, as she has passed the torch to rising seniors Hana Tucker and Elizabeth Denning.

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This week is National Police Week, which dates back to 1962, when President John F. Kennedy designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the entire week in which that date falls as National Police Week.