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Local business supports Gallatin CARES

Simpson Strong Tie chose Gallatin CARES as their local charity for a company-wide "give back" day. They sent volunteers over on Tuesday and Wednesday to assist us in anything needed. We depend on local partners, friends, and volunteers to sustain the work we are doing to serve the area's underserved

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 02:46:00

State Supreme Court: No Quarry in Sumner

A company hoping to put a rock quarry in Castalian Springs has come to the end of the road after more than six years of fighting. There will be no rock quarry in Sumer County at that location. County officials were notified last Thursday that the Tennessee State Supreme Court handed down a ruling th

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 02:51:00

'He was just such a light'

A 16-year-old Beech High School student is being remembered this week for his infectious smile and an uncommon zeal for sharing his faith. Coleman Midgett was killed Friday when the car he was riding in veered off the road and struck a tree on Liberty Lane. The teen was transported to Sumner Regiona

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 01:57:00

Grit, Grace, and Gratitude

What are you thankful for? As I was recently unpacking holiday decor, I came across handmade turkey crafts from years gone by. Sweet early handwritten words like "toys", "daddy", "Ms. Kim", "Tetzy the fox", and "my bike" filled the colorful paper feathers. Turkey craft production is few and far betw

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 02:52:00

Harvest Craft Fair rings in the season

From soup to soap, wreaths to wraps and peanut brittle to ponchos there was something for everyone at the 35th Annual Christmas Harvest Craft Fair that took place at the Gallatin Civic Center on Saturday, Nov. 18. The holiday spirit was alive as Christmas music played and around 85 vendors offered a

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 02:00:00

Palace Theatre plans renovation, new look

From the ticket booth to the stage, Gallatin's historic Palace Theatre will have a completely new look in 2018. The 104-year-old theatre will be closed from Dec. 20 until Jan. 12 for a major design and cosmetic overhaul, according to Donna Belote, executive director of Greater Gallatin. The total pr

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 01:55:00

Museum to open former Garrott home to the public

Sumner County will get its first look inside Stonewall - the former long-time home of local historian John Garrott - starting next year. The 186-year-old home on East Main Street in Gallatin will open for special monthly exhibits beginning in February, according to Ryan Baker, executive director of

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 00:59:00

Castalian Springs Historic Sites Christmas Open House

The Bledsoe's Lick Historical Association will host their annual Christmas Open House from 1- 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3 at Wynnewood State Historic Site, Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park, and Hawthorn Hill State Historic Site. Admission to all sites is FREE for the open house events. Historic Wynnewood

GALLATINNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 03:07:00

Newsmaker: Claremore KOA wins national award

The Tulsa NE/Will Rogers Downs KOA Journey Campground in Claremore earned the 2018 KOA President's Award from Kampgrounds of America. The award is presented annually to campgrounds that receive high scores in customer service from their campers and receive top scores in KOA's annual Quality Review.

TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-24 23:34:00

Claremore woman named CASA Volunteer of the Month

Every month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) spotlights one of its volunteers. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteers are appointed by judges to advocate for abused and neglected children who are involved in dependency court cases. This month's CASA Volunteer of the Month i

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Christmas tree farms struggle to meet demand with national shortage

OWASSO, Okla. -- Crowds are already gathering at Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry Farm. Owner Bill Jacobs said he's one of the lucky ones. In the Pacific Northwest the usual supply of six million trees went down to four this year, and only some farms got their typical order. "We spent about seven day

KJRH.COM - 2017-11-24 21:55:24

Owasso Holly Trolley To Shuttle Shoppers

A man who thought he lost his cell phone was surprised to find it was picked right out of his pocket. A man who thought he lost his cell phone was surprised to find it was picked right out of his pocket. A man who thought he lost his cell phone was surprised to find it was picked right out of his po

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-11-25 05:42:00

Owasso Car Theft Spike Drops After Police Patrol Increase

Dozens of cars were stolen right out of the driveway in Owasso neighborhoods. Police call it going shopping. Criminals go into a neighborhood looking for what they can find in a car. They'll grab anything that they can take out and in some cases, they'll just take the car too. "Even if it's park

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-11-25 02:00:00

Police Seek Man Accused Of Stealing From Car Outside Owasso Store

Owasso Police are asking for help to identify a man alleged to have stolen merchandise from a car parked outside the Owasso Academy store. They said the man then he got into a maroon Chevy extended cab truck. Police said it happened around 1:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22, 2017. Police said the t

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-11-25 00:12:00

Verdigris Cheer takes first, twice

The fourth grade Verdigris Cheer Squad has a lot to be proud of. This season the squad entered two competitions and took home first place both times. Coaches Sandra Hutchcraft and Kimberly Seabolt said the squad took first place in freestyle in the Cheer for a Cure competition. They earned first in

CLAREMORE PROGRESS - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Ribbon-cutting at Lavish Hair Studio

Claremore Chamber ambassadors converged on Lavish Hair Studio recently to commemorate the new business's opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Claremore Chamber ambassadors converged on Lavish Hair Studio recently to commemorate the new business's opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Lavish Hai

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Crime Stoppers: Theft at Top Nails in Boone

High Country Crime Stoppers and Boone Police seek the public's assistance in solving the following crime: On November 20, 2017, a breaking and entering and larceny was reported by the owner of Top Nails, located at 240 Shadowline Drive in Boone. The store's surveillance video recording shows the sus

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Malcolm Holcombe returns to Boone

"No prophet is accepted in his hometown." That is not quite the case for the legendary western N.C. music legend Malcolm Holcombe, yet some aspects of that general notion does apply to this hard-scrabble musical troubadour. If Holcombe is a prophet of any kind, it is for those on the underside of li

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Yates to appeal Boone election protest denial to state board

BOONE - An election protest over the 2017 Boone municipal results that was denied by the Watauga Board of Elections Monday is being appealed to the state level. Watauga Board of Elections Director Matthew Snyder confirmed Anne-Marie Yates filed a notice of appeal in the required 24-hour window after

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Weekly Crime Reports: Activity and Arrests in Boone and Watauga County, Nov. 6- Nov. 19

The following information was provided by the Watauga County Sheriff's Office Nov. 6 ARREST: A female suspect, 24, of 378 B Margo Rd, in Boone, was charged with OFA FTA felony probation violation. Secure bond: $30,000. Trial date: Nov. 27. ARREST: A female suspect, 19, of 21 Beech Ridge, in Greensbo

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