Students from Middle Tennessee won national awards and other recognition at the 2023 Junior Theater Festival Atlanta on Jan. 13-15 in Atlanta.
Famed Vanderbilt University “Dynamite” fight song composer Francis Craig famously wrote in another song “Near You,” that “There’s just one place for me, near you.” Now a piece of him sings that sentiment to Dickson.
Horace O. Porter students lined up earlier this month to get a fresh start to the second half of the school year with a fresh cut or braid, thanks to a community effort.
Because only two of the five La Vergne Police Department officers recently fired for sexual misconduct and lying to investigators had evening patrol shifts, Chief Chip Davis said plans to fully cover and protect the city will not be disrupted.
She’s been singing since she was a child, but until recently Lavon Bracey, 45, who works for the City of Clarksville, has rarely been heard and is just beginning to spread her wings.
One of Maury County’s few remaining links to the “Greatest Generation” took her last great journey last week.
With overdose deaths among the nation’s high school students up a staggering 133 percent in just two years, Sumner County Sheriff Sonny Weatherford told the county’s Education Committee last week he’d like to see each county school equipped with emergency Narcan boxes.
Philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt said, “Culture relates to objects and is a phenomenon of the world; entertainment relates to people and is a phenomenon of life.” The new “Sound and Vision” exhibit at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum shows how culture and entertainment technology have shaped life throughout history in Dickson County and beyond.
Arabella Morris loves her family, drawing, her dogs Bella and Izzy, and inspiring others, and her role as 2022 Miss Shining Star affords her opportunities to spread her message of hope and overcoming.
Throughout history, it was a common practice of conquerors, when subduing peoples in their autochthonous lands, to demoralize their new subjects by deporting them from their land and preventing them from speaking their indigenous language and practicing their native customs. Whole races were forgotten for centuries until archaeologists gave them back their voices.
Richard and Kelli Simpson were very thankful when they heard sirens coming toward their house answering their 911 call.
Now in its 14th year, Radical Mission hosted Warm Souls, an annual Christmas Eve event that provides warm meals, clothing, gifts, haircuts, portraits and more to people in the community who are in need of a little help during the holidays.
Every year, as the holiday season draws to a close, many people follow the time-honored tradition of making New Year’s resolutions. Quite often, these resolutions include the desire and commitment to lose weight and to improve overall fitness in the coming year.
Part of military training is being equipped to go into chaotic situations and bring order. Friends, military comrades and Elite Removal, Inc. co-owners Michael Espejo and Tim Sarvis now bring that talent to their customers.
On Thursday, Dec. 22, The Visit Clarksville Tennessee website announced a Buc-ee’s Travel Center is slated to open at Exit 1.
Blue Angels pilots U.S. Navy Lt. Commander Thomas Zimmerman and Lt. Commander Brian Vaught landed their performance aircraft at Smyrna Airport recently to conduct advance planning for the Great Tennessee Air Show, scheduled for June 10-11, 2023.
The second class of recruits for Clarksville Fire Rescue is more than halfway through its 15-weeks of arduous training required, part of which requires the recruits to learn how to rescue victims as they enter burning structures, facing the thick smoke, and suffocating heat.