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I learned about voting from my mother, who took me with her to vote in the historic Franklin Courthouse when I was a preschooler.

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The 6th annual Amethyst Affair — Art, Auction, & Awareness will be held on Saturday, Feb 8, 2020 at the UAW Hall in Spring Hill. The evening promises an informative program and fun activities to build hope, community, and awareness to support Maury and Williamson County’s efforts to comb…

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The assisted living center Morning Pointe will be hosting a free Alzheimer’s Research seminar this Sunday from 2-4 p.m. at 1001 McCutcheon Creek Lane in Spring Hill. The seminar will be led by Pat Caron of the Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association, and will cover the latest research regarding Al…

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What if you were told that there was a way to look and feel younger, make friends and live longer? That there was an amazing method that has been proven to make you smarter, less stressed and all around happier? That, just by doing this simple thing one day a week, you can change your life i…

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Many people vow that THIS is the year that they will finally get their book written. They have been repeating the vow since the late ’80s, but this year is different. And what will make this year different? Well, because our aspiring author…

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The Spring Hill 2020 Mayor’s Challenge - a community health challenge initiative that measures participants’ progress in areas of body fat, metabolic age, muscle percentage and more over a four-month period - will kick off this Monday on Jan. 6, with those interested in participating require…

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Turn right now to the obituary section of Williamson Home Page or your local newspaper and if you don’t see your photo and obituary there then I have a message for you. Here is the message: The coming year is one of profound opportunity and thus great responsibility.

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The holidays are winding down and it is time to start packing up the decorations, getting back into a more normal daily routine and looking forward to a new year filled with new possibilities. Many have been in a holiday frame of mind since early November and have "decked the halls" both ins…

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Spring Hill continued an upward growth trajectory in 2019, bringing with it many notable changes and accomplishments. Here’s a look at some of the many City of Spring Hill highlights in 2019.

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I get an annoying family brag letter every Christmas from a friend. I want to just toss it in the trash without opening the envelope. But I’m afraid I need to be able to comment on at least something from it when I see her.

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One hundred fifty-five years ago, Dec. 17, 1864, an overlooked yet tragic day in Williamson County passed into history, mostly obscured by other events of the time. When the remnants of Confederate General John Hood’s Army of Tennessee headed south after their defeat at Nashville on Dec. 15t…

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The host of a local morning radio show last week asked listeners to call and give their opinions as to what this decade, that is coming to an end, will be remembered for.

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The holiday season is finally is finally upon us, and the city of Spring Hill is in no shortage of holiday-themed events. From the 13th annual Spring Hill Christmas Parade to a Christmas tree decorating party, here are four great ways to get into the holiday spirit this weekend in Spring Hill.

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What do we really know about ALICE? ALICE works, hard, but she is barely surviving. ALICE hasn’t had a raise in five years, but her household budget has increased by over 30% in that time.

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This column is dedicated to folks with an ex-spouse, ex-boyfriend or girlfriend, current and/or former co-worker, or a boss they are struggling to forgive. The title and the following “lyrics” represent a slight shift (approximately 180 degrees) from Lee Ann Womack’s "I Hope You Dance." I ac…

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Columnist’s note: It was a great Thanksgiving holiday, with lots of good food and family, but writing a column didn’t make it into the mix of activities. Accordingly, I’m re-running a piece from two years ago that ran the Monday after Thanksgiving. See you back here next week.

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The Well Outreach food pantry will be kicking off what it hopes will become a regular tradition in Spring Hill this Saturday: the first Santa Ride, where participants will bike a three-mile route through the city, all dressed as ol' Saint Nick. The ride will end at Grecian Pizza with a holid…