Republican Senate Leaders Praise Gov. Lee’s ‘Conservative’ Budget in State of the State Address

Republican Senate Leaders Praise Gov. Lee’s ‘Conservative’ Budget in State of the State Address

FROM: The Tennessee Star – Reactions poured in from Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s first State of the State and budget address, which was delivered Monday night. The responses included statements by three Republican Senate leaders. Lt. Gov. and Sen. Randy McNally (R-TN-05) said: “In his first State of the State address, Bill Lee rightly pointed out the successes of the past while charting a new course for the future. His words tonight lived up to

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Governor Bill Lee’s First State of the State Address Strikes a Positive Tone, Receiving 20 Standing Ovations

Governor Bill Lee’s First State of the State Address Strikes a Positive Tone, Receiving 20 Standing Ovations

FROM: The Tennessee Star – NASHVILLE, Tennessee – In his first State of the State Address, Governor Bill Lee struck an uplifting tone while laying out the four priorities of his legislative and budget agenda in an hour-long speech that received about 20 standing ovations. In a joint session of the Tennessee General Assembly held in the House chambers, that also included the Governor’s cabinet and staff as well as a

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Brentwood High students win five of seven categories in WKU Film Festival

Brentwood High students win five of seven categories in WKU Film Festival

FROM: Franklin Homepage – BRENTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL – For the second straight year, Brentwood High TV & Film students dominated the 2019 Western Kentucky University Film Festival, winning five of seven categories.  In 2018, BHS won six of seven categories. “I continue to be amazed at some of the work turned in by my students,” BHS TV & Film teacher Ronnie Adcock said. “They put in the time and effort year-after-year,

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Spring Hill Again Designated Healthier TN Community

Spring Hill Again Designated Healthier TN Community

FROM: Williamson Source – Spring Hill was again designated a Healthier Tennessee Community by the Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness, an organization dedicated to enabling and encouraging Tennesseans to lead healthier lives. At a recent awards gala in Franklin, the City of Spring Hill was named a “Bronze Healthier Tennessee Community” based on local engagement, promotional efforts, and measurable progress to address critical health challenges. It’s one of only

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Brentwood invites public to create floats for upcoming 50th anniversary parade

Brentwood invites public to create floats for upcoming 50th anniversary parade

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – By RACHAEL LONG – What do tractors, golden retrievers, high school bands and soccer clubs have in common? They are all groups signed up to participate in the City of Brentwood’s “A Golden Gallop” parade. Brentwood was incorporated as a city on April 15, 1969, and to celebrate, city leaders have planned a year full of celebratory events. On April 13, the first of three large events will take

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Intensive summer camp in Brentwood aims to help young students with ADHD

Intensive summer camp in Brentwood aims to help young students with ADHD

FROM: The Tennessean – A summer camp in Brentwood looks to help young students with attention deficit disorder improve skills such as listening and work completion. Currey Ingram Academy will host its ADHD Summer Treatment Program on June 10-28 and July 8-26 for students ages 8 to 12. The program is set up like a day camp from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The summer camp is one of only 15 like it in the

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11 Local Archers Win Medals at National Championships

11 Local Archers Win Medals at National Championships

FROM:  Williamson Source – The weekend of February 22-24, eleven local archers from Music City Archery received medals at the 50th U.S. National Indoor Championships and JOAD National Indoor Championships. A total of 25 archers from Music City Archery participated in the three-day competition in Suwanne, GA. “We are so proud to see our archers compete on the national stage,” explained Head Coach Jeff Greer. “During this tournament, several of

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County GOP to hold biennial elections March 9

County GOP to hold biennial elections March 9

FROM: The Williamson Herald – Members of the Williamson County Republican Party are set to gather March 9 at the Martin Center in Brentwood for their biennial convention and elections.  Elections will be held for a party chairman, three new vice chairmen, a treasurer, a vice treasurer, secretary and an assistant secretary.   Anyone interested in participating is welcome, but you must be a resident of Williamson County, have a valid picture

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The Latest Updates on WCS Construction

The Latest Updates on WCS Construction

FROM: Williamson Source – Construction of the Brentwood High School Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Building is almost finished. Contractors are putting the final touches inside and outside of the building. The building itself is 60,000 square feet and houses 33 classrooms and laboratories. The building also houses a large athletic team and multipurpose room. The building’s anticipated completion time is Mid-March. From WCS inFocus

Brentwood crime is noticeably low in last week of February

Brentwood crime is noticeably low in last week of February

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – By RACHAEL LONG – Criminal activity in Brentwood this week was noticeably low. Chalk it up to the Spring-like weather or simply a week full of honest citizens, but either way, only three crimes were reported for the entire week.  One was a delayed report of a theft which took place in January, in which someone stole a license plate and a drill from the victim’s

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