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Twenty-One Individuals Graduate from United Way Catalyst Program

Twenty-One Individuals Graduate from United Way Catalyst Program

On June 16, twenty-one individuals graduated from United Way's six-month Catalyst program.

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Unemployment numbers are going down in Tennessee

Unemployment numbers are going down in Tennessee

While the change is positive, for the first time in years Rutherford County is no longer ranked at number 3 on the list for having the third lowest unemployment rate...

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Ham Radio FIELD DAY this weekend in Smyrna

Ham Radio FIELD DAY this weekend in Smyrna

The ARRL amateur radio Field Day will take place this Saturday and Sunday at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Smyrna. The public is encouraged to drop by and see how ham radio is not only a great hobby, but serves as a worldwide emergency link when needed.

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10 Regional Counties Working Together

10 Regional Counties Working Together

Murfreesboro's John L. Batey and Jerry Dement will be honored at the FARM TO TABLE dinner Sunday evening at the Grove at Williamson Place.

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Semi Spill of chicken mess on S. Church St. in Murfreesboro

Semi Spill of chicken mess on S. Church St. in Murfreesboro

A semi hauling chicken waste lost its load on South Church Street, closing part of the busy roadway on Thursday afternoon.

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NEWSMAKERS: Jeff Jordan, Rutherford Co. School Board Chairman

NEWSMAKERS: Jeff Jordan, Rutherford Co. School Board Chairman

Rutherford County School Board Chairman Jeff Jordan talks about a new middle school opening and dealing with exploding growth on this edition of Man on the Street Newsmakers, presented by First National Bank of Murfreesboro.

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Man who has allegedly been deported before charged with child sex abuse in Murfreesboro

Man who has allegedly been deported before charged with child sex abuse in Murfreesboro

41 Year old Baudilio G. Gabriel has been arrested and charged with three counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery against a child.

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Rutherford County Sheriff's Office "SCAM" Phone Calls Continue - Listen to this message

Rutherford County Sheriff's Office

WGNS called the phone number and this is the recorded message that we captured...

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Tennessee Tax Free Weekend in July

Tennessee Tax Free Weekend in July

Tennessee's sales tax holiday has been set for July 28th through the 30th this year.

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Blackman BBQ Date Changed due to Rain in Murfreesboro area

Blackman BBQ Date Changed due to Rain in Murfreesboro area

The Blackman Barbeque that was scheduled to take place this Friday evening (June 23, 2017) has been moved to Friday, June 30th due to the increased rain Rutherford County is experiencing.

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Teen accidentally shoots his foot at Murfreesboro apartment complex

Teen accidentally shoots his foot at Murfreesboro apartment complex

An 18 year old in Murfreesboro got quite the surprise after accidentally firing a .380 pistol... into his foot.

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Upcoming Sobriety checkpoint near Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro

Upcoming Sobriety checkpoint near Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is planning a sobriety checkpoint in Murfreesboro for the end of this month.

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Uncle Dave Macon Days musical event nearing for Murfreesboro

Uncle Dave Macon Days musical event nearing for Murfreesboro

The annual music festival known as Uncle Dave Macon Days is just around the corner. It will again be held at the Cannonsburgh Village...

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MTSU aviation camp gives high schoolers a chance to soar

MTSU aviation camp gives high schoolers a chance to soar

As long as he can remember, teenager Preston Davis has always dreamt about flying an aircraft.

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Senator Jim Tracy Against Sanctuary Cities in Tennessee

Senator Jim Tracy Against Sanctuary Cities in Tennessee

Senate Speaker Pro Tempore Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville), who passed a law in 2009 preventing any city in Tennessee from becoming a "sanctuary city" for illegal aliens, said any action taken by Metro Government of Nashville to try to skirt it will draw a strong legislative response.

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Tennessee Right to Life Commends Governor Haslam for Support and Signing of Post-Viability Abortion Ban

Tennessee Right to Life Commends Governor Haslam for Support and Signing of Post-Viability Abortion Ban

The state's leading pro-life organization celebrated passage of its priority legislation during a ceremonial bill signing by Governor Bill Haslam today at Legislative Plaza.

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Read To Succeed Receives $30,000 from Dollar General

Read To Succeed Receives $30,000 from Dollar General

On May 10th the Dollar General Literacy Foundation presented Read To Succeed a $15,000 grant for Adult Literacy programs and a $15,000 grant for Family Literacy.

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Stones River Mall announces Anime & Cosplay Party, Vol. 3

Stones River Mall announces Anime & Cosplay Party, Vol. 3

Stones River Mall and Hot Topic invite fans of all ages to Anime & Cosplay Party, Vol. 3, held from Noon-3 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, in Center Court.

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MORE on the Debut of the MTSU Creamery where milk will be bottled

MORE on the Debut of the MTSU Creamery where milk will be bottled

VIDEO: The debut of the MTSU Creamery where milk will be bottled took place on Wednesday in Murfreesboro.

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MTSU Milk To Be Enjoyed By Many

MTSU Milk To Be Enjoyed By Many

A special celebration at the MTSU Creamery on Guy James Road officially opened new opportunities for students studying in the School of Agri-business and Agri-science.

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"Death Penalty" May Be Sought For GA Escapees

The two escapees from Georgia who were captured here in Rutherford County last Thursday evening (6/15/17), appeared in a Putnam County, Georgia court Wednesday. The prosecutor indicated that he would seek the death penalty.

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All of the construction in Murfreesboro continues, but what about the Baby Boomers?

All of the construction in Murfreesboro continues, but what about the Baby Boomers?

According to the Population Reference Bureau, by year 2029 twenty percent of the U.S. population will be aged 65 or older.

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Governor Signs "Suicide Prevention Training Act"

Governor Signs

Governor Bill Haslam has signed into law the Ken and Made Tullis Suicide Prevention Training Act of 2017. The law is schedule to take effect January 1, 2020.

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Health Information Breach

Health Information Breach

Saint Thomas Health has notified 2,859 patients about a breach of patient health information that was discovered in April.

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