Thursday, December 01, 2022
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Our series on the large lumber industry that operated in and around Trousdale County in the late 1800s to the first half of the 1900s has shown us how important the hardwood forests of the Upper Cumberland Plateau were to the American economy.

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This is my favorite time of year, because the stores are starting to sell poinsettias.

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Possomtown Outreach and Friendship Christian School will be accepting donations until Dec. 15 to fill their donation delivery caravan to Hancock County.

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With Christmas quickly approaching, the Hartsville-Trousdale County Chamber of Commerce has chosen to honor Bobby Joe Lewis by selecting him as the grand marshal of the Hartsville Christmas Parade.

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School menus for Trousdale County Elementary, Jim B. Satterfield Middle, and Trousdale County High School for the week of Dec. 5-9 are as follows ...

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In July, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Hartsville was chosen to be a hub for the criminal justice certification program in Tennessee.

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Craig Ryan Brown, the 600 block of Oldham Road, Hartsville, charged with driving under the influence on Nov. 27.

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The Trousdale County Community Center was packed on Monday night as the Trousdale County Commission held a public hearing regarding the rezoning of a parcel of land on the corner of McMurry Boulevard and Thoroughbred Lane.

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During the Thanksgiving holiday, while most folks reflected on life’s many blessings, Hartsville resident Sandra Seay was thankful for the gift of life.

Thursday, November 24, 2022
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Fast Pace Health announced that it will soon be opening a new walk-in urgent care clinic in Hartsville that will provide services to Trousdale County residents and the surrounding area. The clinic, located at 160 McMurry Boulevard West, will be open daily and offer extended hours on both week days and weekends.

Since its inception, Fast Pace Health has been providing urgent care services to rural areas, as access to convenient healthcare can be limited in small communities.

“If you look at how the company started, you will see that we started in rural areas in Tennessee,” said Fast Pace Health Marketing Project Coordinator Nancy Stockwell. “We brought urgent care to these (places). And now we are in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama.”

Fastpace Health CEO Greg Steil added, “Our mission, to improve the health of those we serve, remains true, and we aim to bring that commitment of providing a comfortable, stress-free, and professional healthcare experience to Hartsville. Our staff of experienced clinicians will provide comprehensive health services that meet the needs of the community.”

Services provided by the Hartsville Fast Pace Health urgent care clinic will include an on-site lab, COVID-19 testing, virtual telehealth for common ailments, medication prescriptions, prescription refills, and x-rays.

“Patients need immediate solutions,” said Steil “The clinic will offer treatment for a wide range of illnesses with walk-in urgent, primary, and preventative healthcare services. We also offer scheduled services for behavioral, telehealth, and occupational healthcare needs.”

Currently, the two nearest Fast Pace Health clinics to Hartsville are located in Lafayette and Lebanon. But with the opening of the new clinic, Hartsville will be one of more than 200 communities across the region that will serviced by a Fast Pace Health urgent care clinic. And although an opening date has not yet been set for the Hartsville location, the company said that it anticipates that the clinic will be opened very soon.

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School menus for Trousdale County Elementary, Jim B. Satterfield Middle, and Trousdale County High School for the week of Nov.28 through Dec. 2 are as follows ...

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When Steven Denson was a child, he saw his grandfather’s ghost walking down the hall of his childhood home.

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Taylor Swift fans across the country were left angry after Ticketmaster’s presales made trying to experience her Eras Tour a nightmare.

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Shane Wesley Churchman, the 3200 block of Nonaville Road, Mt. Juliet, charged with failure to appear and passing a worthless check on Nov. 17.

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WASHINGTON — Embattled vaping company Juul Labs announced hundreds of layoffs last Thursday as the company weathers lawsuits, government bans and increasing competition for its electronic cigarettes.

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NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s Supreme Court ruled on Friday that a state law mandating life sentences for juvenile homicide offenders is unconstitutional, saying it amounts to “cruel and unusual punishment” and violates the Eighth Amendment.

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While Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for all of one’s blessings and provisions that have been bestowed upon families and our nation, there are folks who play a crucial role in helping to provide necessities to those less fortunate in their communities.

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With a proud smile, Trousdale County High School Principal Casey Kuhn sought approval from the Trousdale County School Board at its meeting last Thursday on the nomination of TCHS junior Dalton Malmin as the student representative to the Tennessee State Board of Education in Nashville.

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Since 2017, Tennessee public high-school students have been required to take the American College Testing (ACT) exam in 11th grade in order to graduate with a standard high school diploma.

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Thursday, November 17, 2022
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The Trousdale County Planning Commission held a discussion forum at its monthly meeting on Monday night at the Trousdale County Community Center. As a result of the forum, the county may soon have more stringent building ordinances governing new commercial builds.

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The forests of the Upper Cumberland were largely a hardwood forest … with such trees as oak, walnut, hickory, cherry, poplar, sycamore, ash and maple.

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Four former teachers of the Ward School were honored at the well-attended Black and Gold Banquet, which took place at the old Ward School building in Hartsville on Saturday night.

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The federal and state midterm elections that were held on Nov. 8 produced a consistent showing from Trousdale County voters, with a 35% voter turnout.

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Some area residents were unable to attend the seventh annual community Thanksgiving celebration last Saturday.

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School menus for Trousdale County Elementary, Jim B. Satterfield Middle, and Trousdale County High School for the week of Nov. 21-22 are as follows ...

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POLICY: Information for the community calendar that is submitted is due by noon on Monday for publication. It’s a free listing of non-profit events, community, club and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material.

Monday, November 14, 2022
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Since its inception in 1954, Veterans Day has been set aside to recognize veterans of all branches of the U.S. military who have honorably served the United States.

Friday, November 11, 2022
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Thursday night’s Veterans Day program at Trousdale County Elementary School was the first since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Veteran David Colburn was the guest speaker at Trousdale County Elementary School on Thursday night at the Veterans Day program.

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Trousdale County Elementary School Principal Demetrice Badru and the school’s fifth-graders welcomed special guests at Thursday night’s Veterans Day program.

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Trousdale County Elementary School fifth-graders gave a patriotic performance for the veterans on Monday night during the Veterans Day program

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Trousdale County Elementary School fourth-graders performed a salute to the veterans on Thursday night.

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Veterans stood as they heard the theme song of their branch of service being played during the Veterans Day program at Trousdale County Elementary School.

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Veterans stood to salute the flag at Thursday night's Veterans Day program.

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Trousdale County Mayor Jack McCall reminded guests at the Veterans Day program on Thursday night of the many sacrifices that our country’s veterans have made for our freedom.

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Trousdale County Elementary School Principal Demetrice Badru gave a warm welcome to veterans at the Veterans Day program on Thursday night.

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Veterans from all branches of the service were represented at the Veterans Day program that was held on Thursday night at Trousdale County Elementary School.

Thursday, November 10, 2022
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Middle Tennessee was covered with forests when the white man arrived in the late 1700s … but, it didn’t stay that way long.

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School menus for Trousdale County Elementary, Jim B. Satterfield Middle, and Trousdale County High School for the week of Nov.14-18 are as follows ...

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On Saturday, at approximately 10:41 a.m., a fatal motor vehicle accident occurred on Highway 231 near the Nathan J. Harsh Memorial Bridge, which separates Trousdale and Wilson counties.

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Dustin Todd Banks, the 1700 block of Patterson Road, Griffin, Georgia, charged with being a felony fugitive from justice on Oct. 31.