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It was a beautiful spring weekend for the 33rd Annual Main Street Festival presented by First Tennessee. The streets were lined with more than…

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Summer brings the mindset of vacation and the idea of getting away, however, if you’re like me … there’s nothing better than coming home. 

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Every spring it is a tradition to set aside one day in May that honors mommies-to-be, moms, grannies, and great grandmothers. The bond between…

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Valentine’s Day offers the opportunity to celebrate the one you love in a heart-felt, thoughtful gesture – whether that’s a night on the town,…

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We’re all starting to get back to the routine of school and it’s hard to believe summer break is almost over, but the heat will be around for …

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Remember when you were young returning to school after summer break, and the teacher would have you write an essay on what you did during the …

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Home may be where the heart is but the porch is where the fun is!  On a southern porch, it’s all about hospitality, charm and sittin’ and sipp…

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When the late Bob Poe found a house on West Main Street that he wanted to buy, his wife, the late Sally Poe, said, “Bob Poe I will never live …

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On the eve of our country’s most important national holiday, it strikes me as a fitting moment to consider where we came from, and where we ar…

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Publisher’s Note: SEM recognizes that Williamson County is a tourist destination and with summer upon us, many of you will play host to out-of-town company. So, we asked the experts at the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau for their take on what not to miss as you play tour guide in your own hometown. 

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When I was a teenager in my hometown of Crossville, Tenn., we had three primary sources of entertainment:  circling “downtown” and Clyde’s Dri…

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The Women of Williamson County hosted their annual Stables & Silks Kentucky Derby Day party at the Westhaven Golf Club. Guests enjoyed tra…

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The Battle of Franklin Trust  hosted the 18th annual McGavock Dinner at the Carnton Plantation. The event is held to recognize donors and supp…

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The Franklin Noon Rotary presented the 67th Annual Franklin Rodeo at the Ag Expo Center. It was another great year for this beloved community …

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A patron’s party was hosted at the third O’More Show house, located on West Main Street, prior to its two-week public showing.

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Kings Bowl along with singer/songwriter Tim Nichols, hosted Stars & Strikes celebrity bowling tournament where $40,000 was given to High H…

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Over the years, I have assembled a large number of tools, probably a lot more than I could ever use. Like most men, I love hardware stores, an…

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