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Hendersonville's first brewery to open in former Walmart shopping area
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Man who shot and killed daughter will not get new bond
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Beech looks to regroup in playoffs after ending regular season with loss
Beech looks to regroup in playoffs after ending regular season with loss

NASHVILLE--A flat performance by the Beech Buccaneers in their regular season finale against Hillsboro cost them a home game to start the playoffs next week.

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Bison topple Colts
Bison topple Colts

Gallatin - The Station Camp Bison ended the 2016 football season on a high note, defeating the Glencliff Colts by a final score of 51-6 on Senior Night.

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Commandos finish strong
Commandos finish strong

HENDERSONVILLE--Despite finishing the season 7-3 with a 41-7 win over Hunters Lane Friday night, the Hendersonville High School football Commandos will not make a postseason for the first time since, the 2012 season.

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Hurd to transfer; not happy with current situation
Hurd to transfer; not happy with current situation

After a 24-21 loss to South Carolina, University of Tennessee running back and former Beech Buccaneer running back Jalen Hurd will no longer be a Volunteer.

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Knights blow past Spartans; will host Baylor in opening round
Knights blow past Spartans; will host Baylor in opening round

HENDERSONVILLE--Knights The Pope John Paul II High School football Knights wanted a quick start in Friday night's contest against KY powerhouse South Warren.

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