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Surgery may be next step for dad paralyzed on Cancun vacation Surgery may be next step for dad paralyzed on Cancun vacation

If his insurance will allow it, Greg Smalley will be having surgery to help him breathe on his own after he was paralyzed while body surfing on a Cancun vacation in July.

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Brentwood United Methodist launches new campus near Nolensville
Brentwood United Methodist launches new campus near Nolensville
Image via BUMC Facebook

Brentwood United Methodist Church is launching it's third campus, The Village, with preview services at Sunset Middle School in Brentwood.

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Want to know real-time WillCo athletic scores? There's an app for that.
Want to know real-time WillCo athletic scores? There's an app for that.
Photo via wscconference.scorebird.com.

The folks behind the high school sports app 'Scorebird' have partnered with WCS to create a customized version of the app specifically tailored to communities in Williamson County.

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UT population study predicts half a million residents in Williamson by 2053
UT population study predicts half a million residents in Williamson by 2053

Williamson County's population -- now nearing 200,000 -- is expected to exceed half a million by 2046.

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Chamberlain Society expands to area; plans gala for Richland Country Club
Chamberlain Society expands to area; plans gala for Richland Country Club

Two Medal of Honor recipients will speak at the 3rd Annual Joshua Chamberlain Society Gala on Oct. 9 at Richland Country Club.

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Franklin 4 The Cure race, day-long bash set for Sept. 12
Franklin 4 The Cure race, day-long bash set for Sept. 12

Franklin 4 The Cure, an all-day festival that raises money for cancer research, returns to Westhaven on Sept. 12.

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Wine Down Main Street to return this November for 15th event
Wine Down Main Street to return this November for 15th event

Wine Down Main Street, which has raised nearly $1.5 million for Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee since 2001, will return to Main Street for the 15th time this year on Saturday, Nov. 7.

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Roundup: BA, BHS, CPA soccer win; Brentwood golf sweeps Ravenwood

The BA, BHS and CPA girls soccer teams were in action Tuesday, while Brentwood's golf team took on Ravenwood. The BHS and RHS volleyball teams also had matches.

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WAKM to broadcast Battle of the Woods

WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.

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Property Transfers, Aug. 19

Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of Aug. 19, 2015.

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Property Transfers, Aug. 11, 2015

Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of Aug. 11, 2015.

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Did you miss jury duty? Scammer tells people they did
Did you miss jury duty? Scammer tells people they did

A man is making telephone calls to residents telling them they missed jury duty and demanding payment, according to the Williamson County Sheriff's Department.

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Sheriff's department part of stepped up DUI enforcement through Labor Day
Sheriff's department part of stepped up DUI enforcement through Labor Day

The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has joined other local departments along with the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office to step up DUI enforcement from now through Sept. 7

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Nolensville High zone lines now can be found on the Web
Nolensville High zone lines now can be found on the Web

Williamson County Schools officials are encouraging parents in the county to share any questions they have with an InFocus feature named "Rumor Mill."

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Williamson County Schools launches social media hub
Williamson County Schools launches social media hub

Williamson County Schools earlier this month launched a social media hub on its Web site, giving parents, students, staff and community members a convenient way to stay on top of the district's social networks which include Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

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JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side
JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side

Knowing what a highly intelligent, brainiac-type person I am, this may surprise ya'll, but for a time when I was growing up, my parents were total idiots. It was a miracle that they could even get themselves out of bed and put on clothes every morning, they were so stupid.

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BOB McKINNEY: What I Know
My wife and I realized just a few days ago that this is the first time in 24 years that we have not prepared someone for the start of a school year.

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Tragedy brings police, community groups together to put on Natchez picnic
Tragedy brings police, community groups together to put on Natchez picnic

The Daughters of the King partnered with the Franklin Police Department to host a neighborhood cookout and back-to-school extravaganza Saturday. It was the second year for the event but the first time Daughters invited the police.

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Rippavilla hosts paint-along class Aug. 27 in Spring Hill
Rippavilla hosts paint-along class Aug. 27 in Spring Hill

Rippavilla Plantation is sponsoring a Step-by-Step Paint-Along painting class of "Jar of Sunflowers" from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Excel Studio located at the back of the property at 5700 Main St. in Spring Hill.

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Ravenswood Mansion schedules open house Sept. 20
Ravenswood Mansion schedules open house Sept. 20

The Brentwood Historic Commission invites residents to Marcella Vivrette Smith Park on Sept. 20 from 2-4 p.m. for an Open House tour of Ravenswood Mansion and a walk or bike ride on the scenic park path to Boiling Spring Academy for a historic schoolhouse tour.

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Program marks 185 years since Andrew Jackson meeting with Chickasaw leaders
Program marks 185 years since Andrew Jackson meeting with Chickasaw leaders
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The Historic Franklin Masonic Hall on 2nd Avenue South will recognize the 185th anniversary of the meeting between President Andrew Jackson and the Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nations with a presentation on Aug. 23 by Patrick Cummins, president of the Native History Association.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Kiwanis thanks sponsors of charity bike ride
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Kiwanis thanks sponsors of charity bike ride

The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson's Station thanks the sponsors and community for their support of the seventh Cycling for Children Charity Bike Ride held on Aug. 1.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: WCS board meeting an 'abyss of despair and futility'
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: WCS board meeting an 'abyss of despair and futility'

Last night's Williamson County School Board meeting, for one of the first times, left me speechless. What began as a hopeful Hail Mary to keep not only our superintendent but also our ethics quickly veered off into an abyss of despair and futility.

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