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It has become very clear from the standing room only BOMA meeting on June 12h that residents were confused as I when the board voted to send the “city administrator position” to general committee for their “suggestion “to the board about how an “ad-hoc” committee could be formed and its role.

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Because it can spread quickly, melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It can be deadly.1 But it doesn’t have to be. You can take steps to protect yourself and detect this skin cancer before it makes its move.

We have lived at Shorecrest Circle for nine months and since that time I have had two beehives. A very angry board president just came to inform me that we must remove the bees.

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As the smoke clears from a contentious political primary, we see a positive trend emerging; that being the advent of advocacy groups to address a lack of transparency in our local government and pursue causes that are important to the group.  

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Over the last eight years, members of the Tennessee General Assembly have helped us pass significant legislation – legislation that shows Tennessee will lead the nation in jobs, education and efficient and effective government for years to come.

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When I looked for the results of the recent Primary election posted by the Sumner County Election Commission, I was once again appalled by the total number of voters…14.1 percent!! That’s right, only 14.1 per cent of the registered voters in Sumner County decided to exercise their rights. Th…

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I know what you are thinking! This school year is not over and you want me to start thinking about next year. Parents often procrastinate and wait until late into July to call for an appointment to see their child’s pediatrician. By then it’s often too late, the appointment schedules are ful…

My staff and I would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their contribution and support of the 2018 After Prom Activities program: Austin & Bell Funeral Home, Betty Machine, Brown Florist, Creekwood Marina, Cumberland Electric, Curtis Builders, LLC, Holder Family F…

Some people will quote a small portion from Article 11 of the 1797 Treaty of Tripoli as proof that America was not founded on Christian principles. It says, "…the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion…." When you don’t read the full …

I agree with the writer (Andy Spears, State should rein-in payday lenders, April 28th) who suggested more can be done to protect consumers from those ever-present and always open payday loan stores.

A little over two years ago, I told the Sumner County School Board that Sumner County was "becoming a cesspool of corruption." Sadly, this election cycle has done nothing to change that assessment.

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of a nation where one could and would be judged solely by the content of one’s character. In my humble opinion, our elected officials, our so-called representatives, should be shining examples of what that looks like.

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Tennesseans are tired of the legalized loan sharks known as payday lenders. That’s why our organization has supported state level legislation to rein-in loan shark lending. Now, we’re also standing behind a federal rule proposed by the Consumer Bureau that would prevent the worst abuses of t…

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Every day at the News Media Alliance headquarters, a stack of newspapers arrives for myself and the staff. But with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission currently considering tariffs on Canadian newsprint, those days of screen-free reading could be coming to an end.

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Hendersonville’s first Literacy Day was a huge success. Over 300 students and parents attended. Literacy Day was a true community effort with the City of Hendersonville, Welch College, Community Church, and the Literacy Council of Middle Tennessee pulling together to promote reading to eleme…

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Every day at the News Media Alliance headquarters, a stack of newspapers arrives for myself and the staff. But with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission currently considering tariffs on Canadian newsprint, those days of screen-free reading could be coming to an end.