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She had to have been born with a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye. Linda Dianne Mahan Petty was known for her sweet, positive, friendly and caring disposition, but she also loved to have fun.

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It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is here. For the first time that I can remember, the season arrived about the time we were still having fun with Halloween. I suppose it is because we are all so ready for the holidays this year. The pandemic has been so much of a distraction that…

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Build Her a Bridge is a local nonprofit focused on bringing together young women through all walks of life in a creative, artistic and safe space. They explore through creativity, journaling and small group and breakout sessions and work to build up and bridge out with one another and the co…

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In 2018, a local 13-year-old girl had just moved to Middle Tennessee from a town that was classified as disadvantaged by the U.S. Census Bureau when she realized she had to try and help the less fortunate in her community.

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When Dolly Parton looks you in the eye and says she believes you’re going to win a Grammy for a song you just recorded, it’s a moment that sticks with you.

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Eleven years ago, Williamson County Realtor Holly Shelton adopted her adorable yellow lab, Charlie, from the Williamson County Animal Center.