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A Sumner County Jail trustee is back in custody after walking away from his assignment at the county’s animal control facility, stealing two vehicles, and leading Hendersonville police on a chase that resulted in a crash on Vietnam Veterans Boulevard.

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The annual Hendersonville Pumpkin Patch Festival was held at the Streets of Indian Lake last Saturday. Thousands of children and their parents took part in the food, festivities, costume contests and, of course, picking out the perfect pumpkins.

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Born out of the destruction of a civil war, First Presbyterian Church of Hendersonville has quietly become a beacon of unity and hope in the community for 150 years.

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Former faculty and alumni of Indian Lake Elementary School are invited to a reception to commemorate the school’s 40th anniversary on Monday Oct. 21. The event will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. in the school’s library.

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A Sumner County judge granted on Monday the White House Utility District’s request to condemn portions of two properties along Upper Station Camp Creek Road in accordance with the state’s eminent domain laws.

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For over five hours, locals were treated to the sounds of current and classic hits by such performers as Del McCoury Band, Eddy Raven, Chris Golden, Tim Watson, Ricky Skaggs, Jamey Johnson and Connie Smith.

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Vice President Mike Pence stopped in Hendersonville on Monday for a private taping of Huckabee, a talk show hosted by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee that airs weekly on TBN.

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In the early morning hours of Sept. 26, Hendersonville police were notified by the Gallatin Police Department that they had attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle in their jurisdiction but the driver fled toward Hendersonville.

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It may soon become legal for Hendersonville residents to shoot off fireworks on certain days and times around New Year’s Day and Independence Day.

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Celeste Martin had just moved from teaching in the classroom to counseling students in the guidance office at Goodpasture Christian School when she received the devastating news: a 16-year-old student had committed suicide.

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Nine months after opening an investigation into whether or not Sumner County Schools employee Don Long violated a state statute that prohibits school district employees from working on political campaigns during work hours, Sumner County District Attorney Ray Whitley says…

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Plans to relocate Hendersonville’s inline hockey rinks from Veterans Park to Volunteer Park at Arrowhead are underway after a vote Tuesday by the city’s Capital Projects Committee.

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The recent decimation of a Hendersonville resident’s butterfly sanctuary was necessary for flood control in the Southburn Drive area, according to City Design Engineer Duane Allen.

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The 5th annual Sumner County Child Safety Day Celebration was held at Triple Creek Park in Gallatin last Saturday. A record crowd of several hundred children and adults attended the festive event.

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Renowned fiddler Tim Watson, Chris Golden and Rockland Road are the latest acts with local ties to join the Hendersonville Hometown Jam presented by Whiskey Jam and Roar Entertainment. The free concert celebrating the city’s 50-year history will highlight some…

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Citing a growing frustration with the Sumner County Commission’s unwillingness to pay her employees a comparable wage, Sumner County Administrator of Elections Lori Atchley has resigned from the post she has held since 2011. Atchley’s resignation will become effective Nov.…

During the month of September, Teen Court representatives will be speaking at high schools throughout Sumner County to recruit new members. The deadline for the applications is Sept. 30.

Dozens of motorcycle riders will travel across Sumner County next month raising money to help feed local hungry families.