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A vocal critic of the Sumner County Board of Education who announced his intent to run for school board in Gallatin’s 9th district in August says his neighborhood was strategically carved out of the district during the county’s recent redistricting process.

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A former Iraqi hostage thanked local veterans for their service during last week’s Portland Chamber of Commerce luncheon, while also recounting her harrowing experience.

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Hands of Hope Food Pantry is experiencing a food shortage at this time. Last week, a food drive was held in the parking lot. People were able to drive-by and leave food items at the tent.

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Denise Geminden, director of Portland Economic and Community Development, recognized the joint partnership between industry and Sumner County Schools at a recent Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.

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Parents of Sumner County students can already begin making travel plans for the next school year following the Sumner County Board of Education’s recent approval of the 2022-23 school year calendar.

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There’s a new business in town aimed at helping residents reach their fitness goals. Planet Fitness held its grand opening on Oct. 17 in Portland.

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The inaugural Barn Raising and Fall Festival drew an estimated 1,500 people to the historic Comer Barn on Saturday, raising money for both the Preservation Foundation and the project that inspired it.

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The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating a multiple stabbing of three victims at a residence in Portland.

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Changes are coming to the downtown area. Several buildings are undergoing renovations while another is being torn down to make room for a new business.