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Myrabel Theobald turned 100 on Jan. 15 at the Fountains of Franklin assisted living facility in Franklin, and staff and residents celebrated Friday with some recognition from local leaders before a big family gathering on her birthday. 

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After postponing in 2021, organizers of the annual Art from the Heart fundraiser for Art Helps Cancer have decided to host an online art auction this year with a chance to view 60 pieces in person at Happenchance Social Lounge in Nolensville.

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On Jan. 1, after 101 years of life, Charlotte Lorene Bagsby Haffner, better known as “Lottie,” died peacefully at her home. She was known throughout Williamson County as Dr. Harry Guffee’s nurse and delivered many of the babies born during her more than 30 years of nursing.  

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My Friend’s House Family & Children’s Services has announced the 18th annual Mardi Gras Ball fundraiser will be on Saturday, Feb. 12, at Embassy Suites Cool Springs in Franklin. 

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In mid-December, amid the Christmas parades and festivals happening throughout Williamson County, the African American Heritage Society (AAHS) held an introductory tour of the newly renovated McLemore House African-American Museum on 11th Avenue in Franklin’s Hard Bargain neighborhood. 

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Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Scott Truesdale was celebrated recently for graduating from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy in Donelson.