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TCCAA Region VII Tourney Starts Friday!

May 1, 2014 • by Greg Bradley • TennesseeSportsNet/WAXO Radio TV
The 2014 Tennessee Community College Athletic Association Region VII baseball tournament is set to begin Friday at Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin. This year’s post-season tournament will consist of five teams. Season champion Columbia State, Walters State, Vol State, Motlow S More

Lady Lakers head south for some of winter

Feb 18, 2012 • by Chet Novak • LAKE LAND COLLEGE
From MO to OK to AL to FL to TN, the Lady Lakers will go from indoor practice to outdoor games More

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Lady Pioneers snap losing skid

Jan 26, 2015 • The Tennessean
GALLATIN – The Volunteer State Community College women's basketball team snapped a six-game losing skid with Saturday afternoon's 70-59 victory over visiting Motlow State at Richard Moore Gymnasium. The Lady Pioneers' last win came on Nov. ... VSCC (6 ... More

The story of Goldie, the golden eagle, resurfaces

Jan 26, 2015 • The Tennessean
While there are 857 bald or golden eagles on display nationwide, only seven of them are in Tennessee, Resee said citing data. No new eagle display permits are being issued after the U.S Department of the Interior, which oversees the Wildlife Service, ... More

Vol State chief calls Obama's college plan 'intriguing'

Jan 12, 2015 • The Tennessean
That's according to Jerry Faulkner, president of Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, the local school to be affected if the president's plan comes to fruition. Inspired by Gov. Bill Haslam's Tennessee Promise, America's College Promise ... More

Things to do in Sumner County

Jan 22, 2015 • The Tennessean
•Martin Methodist College Choir will perform at 1:30 p.m. in the church sanctuary at Lambuth UMC, 1042 Hartsville Pike in Gallatin. Call 615-452-3715 for information. •Dove award winning songwriter and piano artist John G. Elliot will combine the First ... More

Gallatin ends year of change

Dec 30, 2014 • The Tennessean
Work on the project began in early 2011 to replace the old two-lane bridge, which first opened in 1954 and had been listed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation as structurally deficient prior to its implosion. ... Launched in August, the ... More

Hendersonville Chamber to search for new director

Jan 21, 2015 • The Tennessean
She was vice president of resource development at Volunteer State Community College from 1995-2004. Hendersonville Chamber of ... The Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce also is looking for an executive director. Nearly 70 people applied, and the ... More

Gallatin fire halls, other city buildings lack fire alarms

Jan 16, 2015 • The Tennessean
The move stems from a Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health monitoring visit of City Hall and the Gallatin Police Department on Oct. 24. Five violations were found at City Hall — one for no emergency alarm system — and three violations at the ... More

Pioneers hold on

Jan 12, 2015 • The Tennessean
GALLATIN – The Volunteer State Community College men's basketball team lost a 14-point lead to Itawamba (Miss.) Community College in the second half and were trailing by a point with less than a minute remaining on Thursday evening. Howver, Pioneer ... More

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