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Malcolm Sheppard: From Player To Coach

For Malcolm Sheppard, the field was not just a place of competition but a platform for shaping lives. It’s been a few years since he left the field. The former Razorback defensive lineman who played for the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans is now enjoying his life as a family man. He is committed to…

Independence Day Fun

Independence Day in Texas is a vibrant celebration, filled with fun activities for families and communities to enjoy. From fireworks displays to patriotic parades, there’s something for everyone to revel in on this special day. Many cities and towns across the Lone Star State host Independence Day events, featuring live music, delicious food vendors, and…

5 Things To Try: Local Waterparks

1. Williamson Country Recreation at Nolensville Pool Seasonal Outdoor 6,000 sq. foot recreational pool features a zero entry, making it awesome for littler kids. The hours are 10am-7pm Mon.-Thurs., 10-6 Fridays, 10-5 Saturdays, and 1-5 Sundays until Aug 4, then they’re open weekends. And on July 4, the pool will be open from 9am-3pm! The…

Nolensville Historical Society: Blooming Connections

What began as a Facebook group sharing gardening photos, advice, plants and seeds with each other, morphed into a co-operative of three local groups hosting an event for a common cause. Saturday March 23 was a blustery morning that drew gardening enthusiast friends and strangers to learn, swap and purchase donated plants, seeds, literature and …

Lacing Up Their Skates

For the first time at Sunset Elementary, students are lacing up their skates in PE. In the class, students are provided with skates, helmets, and other safety gear. They will have the opportunity to skate six times over the course of three weeks. “So far, we have learned how to get up if you fall,…

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