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Louisville man with giant globe walks to raise awareness for Diabetes Louisville man with giant globe walks to raise awareness for Diabetes

Erik Bendl, the self-proclaimed “World Guy”, stopped in Sumner County on his walking journey from Louisville to Nashville late last week.

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local news

Police seek man who allegedly exposed himself in library

What was supposed to be a little family time at the library last Thursday turned into a crime scene, according to a visitor to the facility.

A white Christmas not likely in Hendersonville

Like many, residents of Sumner County are hoping to be able to experience a white Christmas next week. This hope is especially alive following a month of November that ended as the seventh coldest on record in the county.

Questions raised over need for new courtroom

In their final meeting of the 2014 calendar year, the Sumner County Commission spent a majority of their time discussing the possibility that that county will pay for renovations to create a second courtroom for a new General Sessions judgeship when someone is appointed to fill the position. 

Three arrested for identity theft

The Gallatin police arrested three people from the Chicago area last Tuesday on charges of identity theft and criminal simulation after they were believed to be using fraudulent credit cards to obtain cash.

Sports

Bison boys take win over Springfield

The Station Camp boys’ basketball team recently travelled to Springfield for a contest with the highly athletic Springfield Yellow Jackets. The Bison withstood a heavy press defense to take a 67-61 win.

Lady Bison take down Yellow Jackets

The Station Camp girls basketball team travelled to Springfield Tuesday night in what proved to be a lopsided victory for the Lady Bison, 60-30.

Hurd cited for underage drinking

Hurd cited for underage drinking

Former Beech standout and current Tennessee Volunteer running back Jalen Hurd was cited (Dec. 3) for underage drinking.

University police arrested the freshman along with teammate Hunter Rivait after a car was seen in a campus parking lot with its lights on. Rivait was charged with underage consumption.

Local grapplers play host to Army Olympic hopefuls

The Hendersonville and Pope John Paul II High School wrestling teams were privy to special guests on Tuesday as two members of the Army’s World Class Athlete Program hosted a small clinic during their practice.

WCAP is a program that the Army funds for soldiers who are internationally competitive in sports that are represented in the Olympics. Captain William Simpson and Sergeant Max Nowry, two 2016 Olympic hopefuls presented the high school wrestlers with a message about what the Army can do for them while demonstrating several techniques during their clinic.

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