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Memorial Day sobriety checkpoint

Memorial Day sobriety checkpoint

The Gallatin Police Department in conjunction with the Sumner County Sheriff's Department and the Tennessee Highway Patrol, will be conducting a campaign of aggressive and visible traffic enforcement and sobriety check points on Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday May 28. The checkpoints will be held in the area of Hwy 31 near E. Main St. sometime between the hours of 11 p.m. and 3 a.m.

These checkpoints and this traffic enforcement blitz are an ongoing effort by the department and other law enforcement agencies to reduce traffic crashes and fatalities related to impaired driving. The Gallatin Police Department encourages all drivers this holiday weekend to avoid drinking and driving and to also avoid driving while distracted and keep the roadways safe as we begin the 2016 summer holidays.

Eighth graders explore opportunities at career fair

Eighth graders explore opportunities at career fair

SERVPRO supports EMS

SERVPRO supports EMS

Two students to win free cars from Newton Nissan

Two students to win free cars from Newton Nissan

Sports

Bearden rains on Station Camp's parade

Bearden rains on Station Camp's parade

MURFRESSBORO -- Station Camp will never forget the feeling they had when they defeated Franklin in overtime in the state sectional game to earn a trip to the Class AAA state soccer tournament.

Likewise, they will never forget the opposite feeling after their 4-1 overtime loss to Bearden in the state semifinals Wednesday night.

Utley to take helm of Lady Bucs

Utley to take helm of Lady Bucs

Bison advance to semifinals

Bison advance to semifinals

MURFREESBORO -- Facing a familiar opponent in not so familiar territory can have its challenges.

But for Station Camp, those challenges were met with 80 minutes of determined soccer that resulted in a trip back to the state tournament semifinals for the first time since 2009.

Douglas steps away from Beech basketball program

Douglas steps away from Beech basketball program

Babies have a way of changing a person.

Maddox Douglas is no different.

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