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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A one-time U.S. House hopeful in Tennessee who landed former President Donald Trump's endorsement before state Republican Party officials booted her off the ballot is now providing national security advice to another candidate in that race.

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The city of Franklin renamed a street after a local veteran for the first time with a ceremonial sign unveiling at Carlisle Lane and Old Charlotte Pike on Monday.

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Williamson, Inc. hosted special guests Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and City Administrator Eric Stuckey at Policy Talks Friday morning at Columbia State Community College's Williamson Campus.

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When the Franklin Rodeo gallops into town Thursday, it will bring nearly 300 professional cowboys and cowgirls with it. 

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It’s hard to miss the pavilion on Green Pastures Farm along Franklin Road in Brentwood, and soon, there will be a new piece of art there to honor the family’s heritage.