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  • CHERI REEVES
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The fourth annual 3rd Thursday Art Walk is set to kickoff this Thursday, April 19 on Springfield’s historic downtown square with about a dozen artists returning to the root purpose of the monthly event, attracting people passionate about the visual, artistic talents from the area.

United Ministries Food Bank of Robertson County held a mobile pantry last September behind Springfield Baptist Church on N. Main St. The turn-out was great, but if you missed out, you can catch the mobile pantry on April 27 at the same location. Be sure to bring boxes or containers and someo…

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You might ask, “What is Martha’s Song”?  And you may wonder why there are events to raise money and awareness to support it. You may even be curious about what happens to the money raised.

On Sat., March 31, the Easter Bunny made a surprise visit to Morningside Assisted Living for both young and old. He brought eggs to hunt and some delicious snacks as well as prizes for the most eggs found. He then sat for all that wanted to have their picture made with him. Ms. Jean Allison …

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Recently, the Bridal House, located on Hwy 25 W. in Cottontown, welcomed the annual gathering of the Children of the American Revolution. This organization, founded in 1895, is considered to be the oldest patriotic organization for youth in the country. Any boy or girl under the age of 21 is…

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Government’s job is to provide services for people that they can’t get on their own, and those services involve a lot of dedicated public servants – Tennesseans looking out for their fellow Tennesseans.

Ana Swearingen of Springfield was among 72 new members inducted this spring into Harding University's chapter of Alpha Chi, the national intercollegiate honor society. Swearingen, a molecular and cellular biology major, was welcomed into the prestigious society during a ceremony on March 18.

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About 100 feet beneath a mountain of limestone, the yawning mouth of The Caverns compels the curious as well as those who love music to enter the newest, perhaps the oldest and maybe the most perfect subterranean concert hall in the world.

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Students from Jo Byrns High School attended the 2018 HOSA State Leadership Conference in Chattanooga March 26-28. HOSA is a student led organization aimed at promoting career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare to all people.

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By the time you finish reading this article, four more Americans will experience sexual assault. The probability that you know someone who has experienced sexual trauma is high. Individuals who are at particularly high risk of sexual assault include children and young adolescents, elderly pe…

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The Robertson County Child Advocacy Center, located at 406 N. Main Street in Springfield, shared its new office space on Monday, April 2 with a ribbon cutting and open house ceremony.

Springfield Mayor Ann Schneider presented a key to the city to Mrs. Vera Hayes on her 100th birthday recently. Mrs. Hayes was celebrated with a party for family and friends at Morningside Assisted Living. Mayor Schneider also presented Mrs. Hayes with a proclamation declaring it Vera Hayes D…

Recently, the Bridal House, located on Hwy 25 W. in Cottontown, welcomed the annual gathering of the Children of the American Revolution. This organization, founded in 1895, is considered to be the oldest patriotic organization for youth in the country. Any boy or girl under the age of 21 is…

On March 19, the White House Area Chamber of Commerce held its third annual Past President’s Council. For the last three years the Chamber has been convening leaders of previous boards to draw on their knowledge and expertise as they begin planning for the upcoming year. This was the first m…