(SMYRNA, TN) WGNS' powerful new signal that serves both Smyrna and La Vergne will be off for several hours Thursday (12/9/2021) while Middle Tennessee Electric installs new utility poles and power lines leading to the tower site. Officials estimate that the work will begin around 7:30AM Thursday morning, and that is when the new and strong signal for the northern end of the county will go off for only a few hours.
MTE officials hope to have the new poles and lines installed by around 2:00PM in the afternoon, and the strong signal will come back on-the-air in Smyrna and La Vergne.
Remember, WGNS' listeners in Murfreesboro need to tune to 101.9 mHz FM, and persons living in Smyrna and La Vergne should will tune to 100.5 mHz FM.
Of course, the original 1450AM, which celebrates its 75th anniversary on New Year's Day, will continue to serve the community as it did three-quarters of a century earlier (1/1/1947).
Once again, WGNS new powerful FM signal that now serves both Smyrna and La Vergne will be off the air temporarily in the northern end of Rutherford County on Thursday (12/9/2021) while Middle Tennessee Electric installs new utility poles and power lines. The outage period is expected to begin around 7:30AM and be off until approximately 2:00PM.