Enoch stands as a pillar in journalistic excellence, serving as a seasoned writer deeply invested in the pulse of Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, and Gallatin. His relentless pursuit of stories, spanning urgent news flashes, intimate community gatherings, and probing crime exposés, has established him as a trusted voice. Through his nuanced reporting, Enoch offers not just information but a profound understanding of the issues that shape the community’s daily life.
Enoch’s articles can be found here.
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Born and bred in Nashville, James lends his authentic voice to ‘My Tennessee News,’ where he delves into the intricate worlds of politics, governance, and societal issues within Tennessee. His articles weave in-depth observations with a local perspective, reflecting a deep commitment to impactful journalism that resonates with the community’s heartbeat. James’ work stands as a bridge between the people and their leaders, illuminating the nuances of state affairs and local endeavors.
James’ articles can be found here.
Sarah commands the helm of the news desk at ‘My Tennessee News,’ infusing excellence into each article that sees the light of day. Drawing from a rich reservoir of experience, she nurtures narratives, guiding the team in honing their pieces to the epitome of clarity and resonance. Her leadership transforms raw information into stories that speak, ensuring every published piece stands as a testament to informed journalism.
Sarah’s articles can be found here.
William W. Wells
Embarking on the early trails of his journalistic journey, William, a spirited junior writer at ‘My Tennessee News,’ commits himself to the pulse of real-time reporting. With a dedication that outstrips his tenure, he immerses himself in the diverse tapestry of local news within Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, and Gallatin. William’s fresh perspective breathes life into his coverage, capturing the immediacy of events as they ripple through the community. His zeal underscores a promise of prompt, engaging journalism in the making.
William’s articles can be found here.