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Hillsboro Marching Band competes in its first competition since 2019

Hillsboro Marching Band competes in its first competition since 2019

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Lillie Cate Allen, Writer September 21, 2022

MURFREESBORO - Last Saturday, the Hillsboro Marching Band loaded up two buses and drove to Rockvale High School for the first band competition of the season. Over 80 students are members and they spent...

A woman cries as she leaves the Uvalde Civic Center, Tuesday May 24, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing multiple children and a teacher and wounding others, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and the gunman was dead. (William Luther/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)

Gunman kills 19 children, 2 teachers in Texas school rampage BC-US–Texas School-Shooting, 11th Ld-Writethru

May 25, 2022

By ACACIA CORONADO and JIM VERTUNO Associated Press UVALDE, Texas (AP) — The 18-year-old gunman who slaughtered 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school barricaded himself inside...

Saluting Hillsboro High School Armed Service Veterans

Saluting Hillsboro High School Armed Service Veterans

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Madison Martin and Margo Jemkins November 11, 2021

November 11 is Veterans Day, a federal holiday that is meant to honor all veterans of the uniformed services who served or are still serving during times of peace as well as war. Each year, the Hillsboro...

A bandage is placed on Mackenzie Olson, 10, after receiving her COVID-19 vaccination at a pediatricians office on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021, in Decatur, Ga. The U.S. enters a new phase Wednesday in its COVID-19 vaccination campaign, with shots now available to millions of elementary-age children in what health officials hailed as a major breakthrough after more than 18 months of illness, hospitalizations, deaths and disrupted education. (AP Photo/Ron Harris)

Now it is the kids’ turn to roll up their sleeves and get the Covid Vaccination

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – HIllsboro Globe Health Desk and LINDSEY TANNER AP Medical Writer November 4, 2021

NASHVILLE, Tn -- Missing from the 2021 school year have been sleepovers, indoor birthday parties and hugs with friends. Teachers have missed seeing the 'A-Ha' moment comeover a child's face at...

Trunk or Treat - your chance to haunt the halls of Hillsboro

Trunk or Treat – your chance to ‘haunt’ the halls of Hillsboro

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – HIllsboro Arts and Entertainment Desk, writer October 21, 2021

Many organizations will host a Halloween part of some kind the week before the big night on October 31st. Hillsboro High School is not exception and will be hosting their big school cluster event on Thursday,...

In Full Motion Announces Inaugural Gerald GJ Howse Award

In Full Motion Announces Inaugural Gerald “GJ” Howse Award

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe, News Desk March 1, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 22, 2021 In Full Motion is excited to announce Jalen Macon as the 2021 inaugural winner of the Gerald “GJ” Howse Coach’s Award on February 18, 2021. This...

Beech 14 - Hillsboro 7 10.2.20

Week 7 Burros take it down to the last play

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Susan Strsinager, October 3, 2020

 Link to Photo Galleries Greater Middle TN Area Scores Beech 14, Hillsboro 7 * Cascade 13, Jackson Co. 0 * Clarksville Northeast 44, Clarksville 14 * Coffee Co. 20, Rockvale 14...

Thousands of Youth March Through Downtown Nashville Protesting Systemic Racism

Thousands of Youth March Through Downtown Nashville Protesting Systemic Racism

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Staff Report, Photograppher, Abbey Cutrer June 5, 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn.  — Thousands of Tennessee teens proved Thursday that they could march to peacefully protest the reoccurring police brutality against black Americans most recently killings of black...

FILE - In this May 1970 file photo, Leonard Woodcock, newly elected president of the United Auto Workers Union, in glasses and dark suit, locks arms with Coretta Scott King, wife of slain the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the Rev. Joseph E. Lowery as they lead several thousand marchers past the state Capitol in Atlanta in a protest march against war, violence and racial repression. Lowery, a veteran civil rights leader who helped the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and fought against racial discrimination, died Friday, March 27, 2020, a family statement said. He was 98. (AP Photo, File)

Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader and MLK aide, dies at 98

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro News Desk March 28, 2020

ATLANTA (AP) — The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the election of the country’s first black president and echoed the call for “justice to roll down like waters and...

Alert: Catch  Me if You Can, the musical performed by the Hillsboro Players is no scam

Alert: “Catch Me if You Can”, the musical performed by the Hillsboro Players is no scam

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Libby Taylor, Journalist March 2, 2020
Due to Hillsboro's renovation, the musical will be taking place at Lipscomb University's, Willard Collins Alumni Auditorium. Evening performances are on March 5th, 6th, and 9th and begin at 7:00 PM. The lone matinee performance is at 2:00 PM on March 8th which will include ASL interpreters for Nashville's deaf and hard of hearing community. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for general admission. Make sure you purchase yours at the link below!!
New Year, New Mindset: Hillsboro Mens Soccer team is ready to lead

New Year, New Mindset: Hillsboro Men’s Soccer team is ready to lead

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Abdul Hassen February 14, 2020

Hillsboro Boys Soccer Schedule  2020 Regular Season As the school year inches closer and closer to the end of the school year,  there's a group of young men putting in blood, sweat and tears...

In this Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020 photo, head custodian Bubba McKenzie uses the Clorox Total 360 System to sanitize a classroom at Eagleton Middle School in Maryville, Tenn. The electrostatics sprayer creates a fine mist that reaches more surfaces faster than traditional cleaning. Blount County Schools have four of the machines for its 21 schools. (Tom Sherlin/The Daily Times via AP)

CDC works to insure Tennesseans understand that the risk of the flu is higher than the new Corona virus

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – HIllsboro Globe News Desk February 4, 2020

NASHVILLE  — According to the Tennessee Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control, more than a dozen schools in the middle Tennessee area. Eight children have died from the...

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