Today there is only one notable Tennessee city or town along the Mississippi River, but that didn’t used to be the case. In fact, I would argue that Tennessee’s most important “ghost town” is the Tipton County community of Randolph.
In the collection of the Robertson County History Museum is a Cabbage Patch doll. Created in the early 1980’s, the doll does not yet seem to be an “artifact.”
On Dec 21. 1970, a White House photographer snapped a photograph of Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon together in the Oval Office. Today, that photograph is the most requested image in the National Archives.
A new year is here, and with that comes the question we are asked every year: what is your New Year’s resolution? While some set specific goals for their personal, family or professional life, others set an intention or word for the year. As we embark on a new year, Tristar NorthCrest invite…
Caring for a loved one is difficult. Caring for someone you don’t like is an even greater challenge. Perhaps it’s a parent or stepparent who was abusive. Or a brother who was never there for you. You can love someone but not like them.
Judge, community leader, family man and grandfather, Judge Max Fagan has officially announced his intentions to run for Robertson County General Sessions Judge in the 2022 Republican Primary on May 3.
Please welcome Tristar NorthCrest’s first baby of the year and baby of the month! Ashton Jameson Robertson was born Jan. 1 at 8:11 a.m., weighing 4 pounds, 8 ounces and measuring 17 inches long. Congratulations to the Robertson family on their beautiful baby boy! SUBMITTED
Tennessee’s eighth grade students learn about the Erie Canal—the artificial body of water that connected the Hudson River to the Great Lakes. They also learn that the Erie Canal is largely responsible for making New York the largest city in America.
Dallen Larson might only be a freshman at Austin Peay State University, but the 18-year-old Springfield native is also a budding video game developer, releasing his newest creation – “Rhythm Knights.”
During the pandemic, we’ve watched women step up in tremendous ways. We all know a strong woman who is putting others before herself and her own health and wellbeing. We see this too often, especially when it comes to reproductive health.
The year 2021 was historic for the Miss America Organization as the 100th Miss America was crowned in Uncasville, Conn. on Thursday evening, Dec. 16. It was also an historic year for Springfield and Robertson County as we watched, for the first time, one of our own compete for the crown as M…
A Goodlettsville native assigned to the Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Florida (SSGN 728) Gold Crew who was selected as the Commander, Submarine Forces Atlantic (COMSUBLANT) 2020 “Sea” Sailor of the Year (SOY) was pinned to the rank of chief petty officer during a ceremony held onbo…
Pvt. Peyton Ford followed his father’s footsteps and made the commitment to serve his state and country by enlisting in the Tennessee Army National Guard as a combat medic recently.
Robertson County Schools Instructional Technology Coordinator, Robin Couts, was awarded the first-ever Joan Gray Instructional Leadership award on Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Tennessee Educational Technology Conference in Murfreesboro.
“Goodspeed’s History of Robertson County” told that Bethlehem Baptist Church was an “offshoot” of Hopewell Baptist Church. It was organized in June, 1838, by Rev. Robert Williams and Rev. John E. Baldry. Rev. Baldry became the first pastor and served for two years.
The Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets of Springfield High School, earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards”…the highest rating attainable, during their evaluation in November.
You may not have heard of the late Nashville businessman Jack Massey. But if it weren’t for Massey, you probably never would have heard of Kentucky Fried Chicken.