Marie Keith Choate celebrates 100th birthday

The family and friends of Marie Keith Choate celebrated her 100th birthday with her recently. Her celebration started on May 21 at Bethlehem Baptist Church as her grandson, Jason Choate, preached a very meaningful sermon on 2 Timothy 1: 1-12 referring to Godly women’s influence as also his grandmother has lived. Her children, Denny Choate and Brenda Ellison, grandchildren and […]

Robertson County Chamber unveils renamed Don Eden Visitors Center

On May 19, the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the unveiling of the new Don Eden Visitors Center, named after the long-time former county commissioner and chamber president. Eden was one of the guiding visionaries behind the strategic partnership between the Robertson County Economic Development Board and Robertson County Chamber of Commerce. He served […]

Morris featured speaker at recent DAR monthly meeting

The Charlotte Reeves Robertson Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution met Thursday, April13.  Regent Liz King welcomed more than 20 ladies to the meeting, including prospective members, Gina Smith and Lee Ann Fisher.  Norma Beck, Rosanna Ayers and Nancy Crawford served as hostesses.  Chapter member and Corresponding Secretary Leanne Morris presented a program celebrating Earth Day, entitled – Conservation:  Reduce, […]

Heritage student receives DAR AFJROTC Bronze Medal

Cadet Shannon Cassidy of White House Heritage High School was the recent recipient of this year’s Daughters of the American Revolution AFJROTC bronze medal and certificate for outstanding cadet. The presentation was made during awards night at Springfield High School on April 29.  Anne Smith made the presentation on behalf of the National Defense Committee for the Charlotte Reeves Robertson […]

Local teen becomes first female Eagle Scout in Robertson County

On Friday, May 5, 18-year-old Evelyn Stephan of Greenbrier was awarded the Boy Scouts highest rank of Eagle Scout. With no local Girl Scout troop, she became the first female to achieve the honor of Eagle Scout in Robertson County. Around 60 friends, family members and supporters were in attendance at the Stephans’ home to celebrate Evelyn’s achievement, a journey […]

Live the “Green” Way Liquid Color 5K returns this Saturday

The annual Live the “Green” Way Liquid Color 5K is back once again at the Robertson County Fairgrounds in Springfield, returning this week for its 12th year. This year’s 5K will take place on Saturday, May 27 and begin at 8 am. The course will start at the fairgrounds and end at J. Travis Price Park, making use of a […]

Ruby’s Happy Farm hosting inaugural Juneteenth Community Fest in Cross Plains

Ruby’s Happy Farm, a locally owned business in Cross Plains that supplies organically grown fruits, vegetables, and hemp products, will be hosting the first ever community festival celebrating the Juneteenth holiday next month. Organized by Ruby’s Happy Farm Owner and CEO Ashley Brooks, she created the event as an opportunity to bring the community together to help understand and celebrate […]

Stokes Brown Library Donations

The following donations have been made to the Stokes Brown Public Library/Gorham MacBane Children’s Library either by donating funds to purchase materials or to the Building Fund. In Memory of: Andrew Carr Given by: The Century Club In Memory of: Van Orman Given by: Wednesday Study Club In Memory of: Janice alley Agee Given by: Angela Alley Ramsey & Mark […]

Diana Health brings reimagined women’s healthcare to Robertson County

On April 27, the Robertson County and White House Area Chambers of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony, celebrating the grand opening of Diana Health, a modern women’s health services provider in Springfield, bringing full-scope and innovative women’s health services to Robertson County and the surrounding areas. As a women’s health services provider, Diana Health works to reimagine the care […]

Head’s Farm enjoying the fruits of their labor since reopening for spring season

Out of the many small businesses in Robertson County, Head’s Farm, a family-operated and owned farm serving a variety of fresh produce, meat, and canned goods, remains a hidden gem within the local community. Nestled within Cedar Hill at 3422 Kinneys Road, the Head family started the farm as an inspiration for teaching their children how the foods they enjoy […]

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