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On Dec 21. 1970, a White House photographer snapped a photograph of Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon together in the Oval Office. Today, that photograph is the most requested image in the National Archives.
Congratulations to the recently selected fifth-grade 4-H officers at Merrol Hyde Magnet School. From the left — President, Carson Fortenberry; Vice President, Lexi Griffies; Secretary,Tali Kellogg; Reporter, Carter Howard; Record Keeper, Bronwynn Wofford; Activity Leader, Kenley Reeder. SUBMITTED
Regent Nancy Dowell Gilley presented the DAR Outstanding Volunteer Veteran Award to David H. Moomy on behalf of the General Jethro Sumner Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Moomy, a retired Navy Commander, has volunteered over 10,000 hours in service to ve…
Pictured are Ginger McClendon, Ondie Mitchell — principal Indian Lake Elementary School, Kendra Coleman — Teacher of the Month, and Brian Stewart of One Stop
Mrs. Stewentier’s fifth-grade class at Jack Anderson Elementary recently announced the 4-H poster winners. From (l-r) first place — Landry Roddy, second place - Evan Boyd and Parker Lonnon, and third place — Lea Guillen and Lyla Autry (not shown). SUBMITTED
When it comes to Christmas and the holiday season there seems to always be some kind of hustle and bustle in the air. Calendar’s fill up with activities to go to and gifts to buy! The stores are filled with people who have their list and are on a mission to check it off.
Tennessee’s eighth grade students learn about the Erie Canal—the artificial body of water that connected the Hudson River to the Great Lakes. They also learn that the Erie Canal is largely responsible for making New York the largest city in America.
During the pandemic, we’ve watched women step up in tremendous ways. We all know a strong woman who is putting others before herself and her own health and wellbeing. We see this too often, especially when it comes to reproductive health.
The 4-H poster winners for Mr. Jones 4th Grade class at Madison Creek Elementary School are (l-r) Averie Price, first place; Kinslea Cook, second place; and Edy Judd, third place. SUBMITTED
You may not have heard of the late Nashville businessman Jack Massey. But if it weren’t for Massey, you probably never would have heard of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Robert Scott, Jr. and Anita Graves Joslin of Hendersonville, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on Dec. 22. They were married in Springfield, Tenn. after he returned from nine months combat duty in Korea. The Joslin’s have two children, Sharon and Robert III.
Tennessee likes to boast about old structures it has preserved and historical markers it has erected. However, in terms of remembering migration routes, our state could do a much better job.
The General Jethro Sumner Chapter, DAR, recently presented first responders with treats during the Days of Service project. Pictured (l-r) DAR Chapter Regent Nancy Dowell Gilley, Officer Cathy Oliphant, DAR member Debra Maggart, MPO Braxton Craig, Officer Clay Binkley, Chief Mickey Miller, a…
The 4-H poster winners for Mrs. Jackson’s 4th grade class at Dr. William Burrus Elementary in Hendersonville are (l-r) Boen Unger (first place), Audrey Holt (second place), and Eleanor Jones (third place). Submitted by 4-H Reporter Riley Flood
Wilson Bank & Trust announced the addition of Price Thompson as the bank’s first in-house counsel. Thompson, a veteran local attorney, will provide expert legal advice on laws, regulations and standards that affect consumer, small business and commercial banking deposits and lending prod…
Mrs. Bex’s 4th grade class at Beech Elementary announces newly elected 4-H officers. Kneeling (l-r) president — Autumn Binkley, vice president — Beau Grady. Standing (l-r) activity leader — Lilly Roth, reporter — Riley Hobgood, secretary — Madisyn Nealy, and record keeper — Lennon Samples. S…
Here is a fact that not enough Tennesseans know: Joint Base Andrews (formerly known as Andrews Air Force Base) is named for a man from Nashville.
Pictured are the winners in Mrs. Freeman’s 4th grade 4H poster contest at Beech Elementary. First place is Rion Reasonover, second place is Lauren Sifer and Caroline Plourde is third place. SUBMITTED
Ms. Graham’s class at Merrol Hyde Magnet School recently elected new 4-H leaders. From the left — Dylan Henderson — president, Olive Emery — vice president, Tristyn Talbot – secretary, Eli Brown – reporter, Sophie Williams – record keeper, and Ben Clemens – activity leaders. SUBMITTED
The Hendersonville Parks Department and HolidayFest are teaming up for a holiday-style one-two punch this year as both the city’s annual Christmas parade and tree lighting ceremony will be held this Sunday, Dec. 5.
Mrs. White’s 4th grade glass at Merrol Hyde Magnet School held their first 4-H Club meeting where the following students were elected as 4-H officers: Adlai McKinley — president, Levi Johnson — vice president, Knox Tidwell – secretary, Olivia Behanna – reporter, Quinn Murphy – activity leade…