Wednesday Mar 5
Thompson's Station: Lynch made a mark on his community
I do hope you escaped damage from the high winds last week. I apparently had some of those straight-line winds in my front yard.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Cancellations, closings in Williamson pile up; power out, river rising
Snow began to fall and stick after 8 a.m. today. Though traffic was light, black ice was present, including on main roads.
Columbia Daily Herald
Library celebrates rich black history
Lorna McCandless-Moss organized Thursday's program titled "History Beyond Slavery," which included poetry readings, dance and musical performances and a keynote speech by the Rev.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
South Williamson County springs to life
New homeowner Gary Buchanan is still meeting his neighbors, but when he wants to know what's happening in the community, he just goes to the neighborhood's app on his smartphone.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Spring Hill may consider removing alcohol manufacturing prohibition
A city alderman wants to clear the way for distilleries, micro-breweries and wineries to locate in Spring Hill by repealing the city's prohibitions on manufacturing and wholesale of alcohol.
Thompson's Station: Independence students' good deed deserves notice
Due to space limits I am a little late getting this information out to you. You may already know about it, but such good news deserves to be read again.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Two-car accident causes fatality
A Columbia man was killed yesterday afternoon when a two-car vehicle accident on state Highway 31 near Thompson's Station Road resulted in a fatality.
One Killed In Thompson's Station Crash
Officials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol said at least one person was killed in the collision.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Columbia Daily Herald
At odds on I-65 access? Cities debate interchange
A plan for a new interstate interchange has been postponed again because of debate among city leaders in Spring Hill and Thompson's Station.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
WMC cardiac rehab gives new lease on life to participants
Fulton Greer, Larry Holmes, Sonja Scales and Brandy McConnell, R.N. during the WMC Cardiac Care Reunion last week.
For one month, Hickman County is the new Belle Meade
Headline Homes is so often a journey. It takes us all the way from Belle Meade to Brentwood - a luxurious trip of nearly nine miles - and over hills, both Oak and Forest.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Thompson's Station: Big changes afoot, so get involved
OK now, weather control just got direct word from friends in Atlanta that it is raining there today, which is actually Feb. 11. They just put salt on the roads and now are sure that the salt will be washed away! It's hard to deal with Mother Nature! Since I always write this column ahead, all the mess of ice should hopefully be cleared away by now ... (more)
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Williamson school board takes official stance on textbooks, lobbying, guns
Williamson County school board members plowed through several resolutions Monday, opposing proposed legislation currently being discussed in the Tennessee General Assembly and lending support to others.
Volunteers save Thompson's Station community garden
It wasn't part of his job description, but Town Administrator Greg Langeliers has been the organizing force and a hands-on laborer behind the annual community garden here.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
45-year-old Thompson's Station woman injured after stopping to help I-65 crash victim
FRANKLIN - A 45-year-old Thompson's Station woman who was trying to help a young man who hit the center divider of I-65 was dragged down the shoulder of the highway and injured Saturday evening after the man rapidly accelerated and crashed into a semi that had also stopped to help.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Volunteers plan to help keep town garden growing
The annual community garden in Thompson's Station, which town officials initially planned to put on hiatus this year, may survive after all.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Billy Ray Cyrus has 'the most fun' with 'Achy Breaky 2' and 'Hope'
Billy Ray Cyrus said he's having "the most fun I've ever had" -- he also acknowledges that could change quickly.
Town turns away sewer hookups to resolve its wastewater issues
As this tiny town expands, so does its struggle to provide sewer services to new neighborhoods.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Volunteers make life better for Spring Hill teen
Two local nonprofits recently teamed up to make life better for a Spring Hill couple and their teen son.
Head counts mean cash for Midstate towns
It's been almost four years since federal census enumerators tallied the population of the United States.