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Fairview High School Head Football Coach Chris Hughes is looking forward to this fall as the stadium field will be a little brighter shade of green.

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The Fairview High School Tennis Team are celebrating a winning season — and most recently the FHS Boys Team won the Region Championship after scoring an undefeated regular season.

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The Fairview High School Lady Yellow Jackets Softball Team recently honored their four senior players at the last regular season home game. Proud parents, family, friends and coaches all applauded these team leaders for their dedication to the sport and representation of Fairview High.

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Whether you are the parent of a current student athlete enrolled at Fairview High, a former Yellow Jacket athlete, a local business or civic leader, or simply a community member with a love of high school sports, Fairview High School administrators and coaches are inviting you to attend a sp…

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It’s officially pool time at the Fairview Recreation Complex! That’s one month earlier than the usual Memorial Day opening.

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The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) is hosting a series of Adult Pickleball Clinics during the month of May on the outdoor courts at the Indoor Sports Complex, 920 Heritage Way, in Brentwood and at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, 110 Everbright Ave., in Franklin.

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One local resident has started an online petition asking Fairview to support the construction of a skate park. The petition to Fairview’s mayor, started by Charley Stubbs, states, “Many kids and adults love skating, scootering, biking, etc. Having a skatepark in Fairview could bring us toget…

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The Third Annual Fairview High Alumni Football Game last Saturday night offered up some amazing moments for Yellow Jacket history. There were great football plays by teammates from across the decades. Plus, high school friendships rekindled, generations of families shared the field for the f…

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Fairview High football fans, get ready for some Saturday night excitement as a swarm of former Yellow Jacket football players will return to East Hickman High School to compete in the Third Annual Alumni Football Game.

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The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation invites public input on a plan for the management of state parks and natural areas for recreational purposes for the next decade.

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Turkey season opens April 3rd, and thousands of camo-clad hunters will be hunkered in blinds, trying to beguile gobblers with their impersonations of a feathered Mae West:

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Numerous area athletes from various sports recently made their college choices official on College Signing Days including Fairview High School’s Luke Pape.

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Fairview High School Head Boys Soccer Coach Shane Smith is ready to see the Yellow Jackets’ 2021 season kick off. After their 2020 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so are the players and Jacket soccer fans.

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A proposed change to the Open Meetings Act, scheduled to be heard this week in a House subcommittee, would allow hundreds of local utility boards that manage water, sewage, solid waste, natural gas and electric systems to avoid meeting in person in front of the public.

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Many area athletes recently made their college choices official on College Signing Days including Fairview High School’s Brian Kuhn. Brian decided to continue his education and football career at Bethel University in McKenzie.

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With the moves this past week that sent Malcolm Butler and Kenny Vaccaro into free agency and sent first-round bust Isaiah Wilson to the Miami Dolphins for pocket change, the Tennessee Titans now have their salary cap house in order.

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Numerous area athletes from various sports recently made their college choices official on College Signing Days. They include three Fairview High School Yellow Jacket football players.

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Invasive Asian carp are being removed by the tons – literally -- yet they continue to spread into Middle Tennessee waters, creating a potential sport-fishing catastrophe.

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If you don’t succeed, try, try, again! Just ask Fairview High School senior Riley Bennett, who is proof positive that practice, true grit and determination can lead to great success.