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Q&A with Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean
Q&A with Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean
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Several options on the table for new city hall, police department
Several options on the table for new city hall, police department
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County seeks solution on increasing floods
County seeks solution on increasing floods
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New city signage could be in place by next spring
New city signage could be in place by next spring
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County hosts open house for new E-911 center Friday
County hosts open house for new E-911 center Friday
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City passes 2017-18 budget
City passes 2017-18 budget
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City engineer identifies 14 drainage issues
City engineer identifies 14 drainage issues
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Portland Crime
Portland Crime
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Hunt named Sumner County 4-H June Dairy Month chairman
Hunt named Sumner County 4-H June Dairy Month chairman
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Mike Brown named Sumner Schools' first countywide athletic director
Mike Brown named Sumner Schools' first countywide athletic director
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Officials debate moving city hall
Officials debate moving city hall
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Sumner rock quarry proposal hits another snag
Sumner rock quarry proposal hits another snag
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County, school budgets passed
County, school budgets passed
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Board of Education to accept emailed records requests
Board of Education to accept emailed records requests
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Sumner students will go to school March 22 instead of Aug. 21
Sumner students will go to school March 22 instead of Aug. 21
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School board votes to re-negotiate Phillips' contract
School board votes to re-negotiate Phillips' contract
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New outdoor pool opens with a splash
New outdoor pool opens with a splash
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Police seek robbery suspects
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City council round-up
City council round-up
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City's parks and recreation department receives excellence award
City's parks and recreation department receives excellence award
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Sumner County Fair moving to September
Sumner County Fair moving to September
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Locals are Leadership Middle Tennessee grads
Locals are Leadership Middle Tennessee grads
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Draft HHS rule a win for religious freedom
Draft HHS rule a win for religious freedom
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TBI investigating second jail hanging; teen inmate dies
TBI investigating second jail hanging; teen inmate dies
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Sumner schools to close day of August eclipse
Sumner schools to close day of August eclipse
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