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Before Sumner County schools were desegregated, Union High School was the county's first and only high school for black students. After almost four decades, ...
Images from historic Union High School in Gallatin The Tennessean
The space that was once Union High School is now home to Gallatin Shalom Zone, Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency and other organizations.
'72 Gallatin High grad recalls school integration nearly 50 years later The Tennessean
Robert Rice, a 1972 Gallatin High School graduate, said the school's teams "dominated" after it merged with Union High School in 1970-71.
New book reunites Union, Gallatin basketball players The Tennessean
Story of the 1970 District 20 Tournament championship game that united Gallatin draws large crowd to the Palace Theatre.
Book highlights friendship, game that helped unite Gallatin The Tennessean
The story of two high school basketball players, one white and one black, who helped ease racial tensions in Gallatin with their actions during a game in 1970 is ...
Wiedmer: Two sides of the same good story Chattanooga Times Free Press
As San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has painfully yet vividly reminded us the past few weeks, when it comes to race relations in this country, ...
Gallatin cemetery tour recounts Sumner County's WWI tales The Tennessean
Hear from Gallatin residents who were involved in WWI at the 21st annual Candlelight Cemetery Tour.
'More than Rivals' to be featured at Vol State The Tennessean
Basketball collides with desegregation in a book about two childhood friends from Gallatin. “More Than Rivals” is the story of how the two high school students ...
Gallatin leader J. Deotha Malone dies at 88 The Tennessean
J. Deotha Malone, a lifelong educator and pioneer in Gallatin politics for African-Americans and females, died Thursday, Jan. 7. She was 88. Funeral services ...
Where Alternative School Enrollment May Signal Problems ProPublica
By Hannah Fresques, Al Shaw, Heather Vogell and Olga Pierce, ProPublica, Feb. 21, 2017. Nearly 2,000 school districts house “alternative” schools intended to ...
Founded by ex-slave, First Baptist marks 150 years on same land The Tennessean
Enduring through perseverance and fellowship for 150 years, Sumner County's oldest known African-American Church kicked off a year-long sesquicentennial ...
Memorial service planned for Gallatin Dr. Hal Hooper The Tennessean
Hooper was among first doctors to work at Sumner Regional Medical Center.
Offitt will be 'remembered as a legend' The Tennessean
George Offitt's life may have ended but his legacy will live for generations. Remembered for his encouraging smile, commitment to family, community and God, ...
Rucker-Stewart library named in principal’s honor The Tennessean
About 300 friends, family and former Rucker-Stewart Middle School students of all ages turned out Sunday for a retirement reception honoring Andrew Turner, ...
First Baptist unveils historic marker The Tennessean
If people of faith go to First Baptist Church on East Winchester Street looking for a sign, they'll find it.
Lonesome Pine sees transition at country club Coalfield.com
Just days after its longtime general manager broke news of his departure, Lonesome Pine Country Club announced it had found a replacement who already had ...
Is the High School Boys 800m Getting Faster in March? MileSplit
Are high school boys getting faster in the 800m run?
'Cold Justice' Season 2, Episode 4: 'First Love (Cottonwood, AZ)' Atlanta Black Star
"Cold Justice" season 2, episode 4: "First Love (Cottonwood, AZ)" airs tonight. On this episode, Marisol Gonzalez was a top student at Mingus Union.
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