Mrs.Chapman's class, Whitney Whittaker - 4H leader. Poster Contest Winners were: 1st place- MacKenzie Jarrett, 2nd place- Khloe Waller and 3rd place- Avree Scharret & Tyler Decker.

Hendersonville High School Theatre Department presents The Wind in the Willows Nov. 21 and 23 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 24 at 2:30 p.m. Cost is $8.  The production is a classic young adult novel by Kenneth Graham. Pictured (l-r):  first row, Chaney Phillips, Katlin Ullery, Emily Smith, Charlotte Ci…

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The 7th annual Hendersonville Veterans Parade was held on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10.  Sponsored by the city of Hendersonville, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9851 and the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 240, this event honored all U.S. military veterans as well as curren…

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A young Hendersonville Marine who lost his life during a refueling training exercise off the coast of Japan in December was honored Sunday with a permanent reminder of his bravery and sacrifice.

Jenny Jones 5th grade class at Gene Brown Elementary School announces 4-H poster winners. Pictured (l-r): Logann Jones, Brayden Cantrall and Max Hesson. Not pictured: Jaiden Harris.

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Lakeside Park Elementary has new 4H officers in the 4th grade. They are: their VP- Tamara Taylor, President- Lauren Love, Record Keeper- Gerardo Cortez, Secretary- Morgan Shaw, Reporter- Alexis Cook and Activity Leader- Evan Harper. We are all happy in our 4H…

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Sumner County parents whose children got more treats than tricks on Halloween can exchange their excess candy for a variety of toys that promote physical activity starting this week.

“Don Williams: Music & Memories of the Gentle Giant” takes residency at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Oct. 31-Nov. 2 for three nights of reflection of the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s music.  

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During my career at The Tennessean that rambled through four decades, I had the extraordinary fringe benefit of getting to meet and interview scores of actors, writers and singers whose talents I admired as an ordinary fan. 

Kayce Jones’ 5th grade class at Jack Anderson Elementary School recently announced 4-H officers - (l-r) Recordkeeper John Franklin Mason, Activity Leader Rylee Herman, Vice President Linen Lacefield, Secretary Aidan Johnson, Reporter Liam Weybright and President Charles Smith.

The Hendersonville Library Friends organizes book sales throughout the year where book lovers, educators, families and friends can discover new books by authors they love, or old favorites at bargain prices. 

On Oct. 11, 32 members of the General Jethro Summer Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution began the day with a prayer breakfast to commemorate the establishment of the National Society.  

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Come out and support the Sumner County Fire Buffs as they host their inaugural Five Alarm Five K on Saturday Oct. 26 at the Streets of Indian Lake.  

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The annual Hendersonville Pumpkin Patch Festival was held at the Streets of Indian Lake last Saturday. Thousands of children and their parents took part in the food, festivities, costume contests and, of course, picking out the perfect pumpkins.

The JDRF One Walk drew a crowd of over 3,500 to Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park on Saturday, Sept. 28. This year’s event, presented by Change Healthcare and Ford Motor Company, has raised $875,000 and counting.

Bahá’ís of Hendersonville will dedicate the Hendersonville Peace Garden and International Peace Pole on Sunday, Oct. 27, 3-5 p.m. at the Hendersonville Peace Garden in Memorial Park.  The event will include speakers, music, children's activities and refreshments. 

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For over five hours, locals were treated to the sounds of current and classic hits by such performers as Del McCoury Band, Eddy Raven, Chris Golden, Tim Watson, Ricky Skaggs, Jamey Johnson and Connie Smith. 

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Vice President Mike Pence stopped in Hendersonville on Monday for a private taping of Huckabee, a talk show hosted by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee that airs weekly on TBN.

With the deadline less than three months away, tnAchieves needs an additional 5,000 volunteer mentors across the state to support TN Promise applicants from the Class of 2020. Locally, Sumner County still needs 179 mentors to meet student demand.

Members of the Recovery Court of Sumner County were present for the recognition of September as National Recovery Month at the Sept. 16 county commission meeting. Pictured from (l-r) – County Mayor Anthony Holt, Recovery Court Program Director Tracye Bryant, Judge Jim Hunter, Sumner County A…