Laurie Combs Morgan

Laurie Combs Morgan is the co-owner of Morgan Publishing and AntiochTenn.com.

Recent Articles

Antioch’s Jordan Bakke awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship

Jordan Bakke is a long time Antioch resident and a graduate of Antioch’s Ezell Harding Christian School, and was recently awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. He recently graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with a degree in international development.  The Fulbright award will allow Jordan to study abroad for the next year teaching English in Kazakhstan. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Ford Ice Center Hosts a Weekend of College Hockey

Antioch’s Ford Ice Center hosted four Tennessee college hockey teams this past weekend. The University of Tennessee traveled to the area to face off against Vanderbilt University, Lipscomb University and Middle Tennessee State University. Check out our photo gallery capturing the action at Ford Ice. The scores for each game are as follows. Friday
Vanderbilt University 6, University of Tennessee 3

Saturday
Vanderbilt University 6, University of Tennessee 2

Sunday
University of Tennessee 12, Lipscomb University 7

Monday
University of Tennessee 10, Middle Tennessee State University 6

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South Precinct officers arrest suspected bank robber on Antioch Pike

The suspected bank robber has been identified as Frederick G. Turner from Nashville.   The 29 year old suspect allegedly robbed the U.S. Bank branch on Fessler’s lane on Friday.  South Precinct offers nabbed the suspect on Antioch Pike.  Turner is expected to be charged by the FBI in U.S. District Court. Continue Reading →

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Use Caution On The Roads This Morning

Updated at 8:40a:   There are many slick spots this morning with more snow currently falling.  Metro Police are reporting dozens of accidents.  Metro Nashville Public Schools will be dismissing early. High schools will dismiss at 10:30a, Elementary schools will dismiss at 11:30 and Middle schools will dismiss at 12:30p. Ezell Harding Christian School and Lighthouse Christian School are closed.    Photo is of Hobson Pike at 6:35a. Continue Reading →

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Optum donates Oliver & Hope books to an Antioch after school program

Employees from Optum, a UnitedHealth Group company, recently teamed up with Project Transformation Tennessee to give back to the Antioch community. They donated books for the after school program hosted at Antioch United Methodist Church.   The books are part of the award-winning Oliver & Hope storybook series and are filled with stories of hope, imagination and resiliency. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Ezell-Harding student awarded the Moss/Oliver Award

A local student, Shannon Beaty, was bestowed the Moss Oliver Award and Scholarship by the Nashville City Civitan Club.   Pat Waggoner represented the Club in its presentation of the award to Beaty at Ezell-Harding Christian School.  One of the primary objectives of the Nashville City Civitan Club is to recognize students who demonstrate outstanding achievement in academics, sports, art, music, drama, and service to school and community. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Laurie Combs Morgan

Laurie Combs Morgan is the co-owner of Morgan Publishing and AntiochTenn.com.

Recent Articles

Antioch’s Jordan Bakke awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship

Jordan Bakke is a long time Antioch resident and a graduate of Antioch’s Ezell Harding Christian School, and was recently awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. He recently graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with a degree in international development.  The Fulbright award will allow Jordan to study abroad for the next year teaching English in Kazakhstan. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Ford Ice Center Hosts a Weekend of College Hockey

Antioch’s Ford Ice Center hosted four Tennessee college hockey teams this past weekend. The University of Tennessee traveled to the area to face off against Vanderbilt University, Lipscomb University and Middle Tennessee State University. Check out our photo gallery capturing the action at Ford Ice. The scores for each game are as follows. Friday
Vanderbilt University 6, University of Tennessee 3

Saturday
Vanderbilt University 6, University of Tennessee 2

Sunday
University of Tennessee 12, Lipscomb University 7

Monday
University of Tennessee 10, Middle Tennessee State University 6

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South Precinct officers arrest suspected bank robber on Antioch Pike

The suspected bank robber has been identified as Frederick G. Turner from Nashville.   The 29 year old suspect allegedly robbed the U.S. Bank branch on Fessler’s lane on Friday.  South Precinct offers nabbed the suspect on Antioch Pike.  Turner is expected to be charged by the FBI in U.S. District Court. Continue Reading →

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Use Caution On The Roads This Morning

Updated at 8:40a:   There are many slick spots this morning with more snow currently falling.  Metro Police are reporting dozens of accidents.  Metro Nashville Public Schools will be dismissing early. High schools will dismiss at 10:30a, Elementary schools will dismiss at 11:30 and Middle schools will dismiss at 12:30p. Ezell Harding Christian School and Lighthouse Christian School are closed.    Photo is of Hobson Pike at 6:35a. Continue Reading →

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Optum donates Oliver & Hope books to an Antioch after school program

Employees from Optum, a UnitedHealth Group company, recently teamed up with Project Transformation Tennessee to give back to the Antioch community. They donated books for the after school program hosted at Antioch United Methodist Church.   The books are part of the award-winning Oliver & Hope storybook series and are filled with stories of hope, imagination and resiliency. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Ezell-Harding student awarded the Moss/Oliver Award

A local student, Shannon Beaty, was bestowed the Moss Oliver Award and Scholarship by the Nashville City Civitan Club.   Pat Waggoner represented the Club in its presentation of the award to Beaty at Ezell-Harding Christian School.  One of the primary objectives of the Nashville City Civitan Club is to recognize students who demonstrate outstanding achievement in academics, sports, art, music, drama, and service to school and community. (more…) Continue Reading →

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