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"Consumer Outlook" UP Modestly

Results from the most recent Tennessee Consumer Outlook Survey by MTSU indicate consumers' outlook on the economy has improved modestly following a steady decline from an all-time high this time last year.

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Rep, Baum Eliminates

Rep, Baum Eliminates "Fitness Tax" on Small Gyms

State Representative Charlie Baum (R-Murfreesboro) has successfully guided House Bill 1138 through the Tennessee House of Representatives.

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STEM Expo Explodes--8 Times Larger!

STEM Expo Explodes--8 Times Larger!

Rutherford County's STEM Expo has grown from 22 projects and displays to 92 last year and 164 this year. Wednesday night's STEM Expo was nearly eight times the size it was in 2017.

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CAP Motivates MTSU Students

CAP Motivates MTSU Students

Though he considers himself an introvert who grew up in a camping trailer in the middle of the desert behind a garage and experienced a tough upbringing, Civil Air Patrol Maj. Gen. Mark Smith's extroverted side brought motivation and inspiration to an overflow Middle Tennessee State University classroom.

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Springtime Driving With Ram

Springtime Driving With Ram

Spring is definitely here, sunny days and cool nights--plus lots of daffodils, budding trees and pollen! Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns of areas to avoid during this sneezing time of the year now through March 30th.

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David Givens Named Rockvale Boys Basketball Coach

David Givens Named Rockvale Boys Basketball Coach

David Givens is coming back to Rutherford County to become the first head coach of the Rockvale High School Boys Basketball program.

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City Council Approves Next Step Of Improved Sidewalks On Mercury Blvd.

City Council Approves Next Step Of Improved Sidewalks On Mercury Blvd.

On Thursday evening the Murfreesboro City Council approved a $235,870 contract with Neel Schaffer, Inc. That study is reportedly needed before Phase 2 of the federally funded grant can begin that would enhance the sidewalk and pedestrian safety along Mercury Boulevard.

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Tenn. Democratic Party Chairwoman Calls Tennessee Racist during Speech in Coffee Co.- Now Apologizes

Tenn. Democratic Party Chairwoman Calls Tennessee Racist during Speech in Coffee Co.- Now Apologizes

Tennessee Democratic Party Chairwoman Mary Mancini has apologized for calling the state racist recently while promoting less conventional candidates.

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New MTSU tourism, hospitality degree to prepare graduates for dynamic careers in booming industry

New MTSU tourism, hospitality degree to prepare graduates for dynamic careers in booming industry

MTSU is poised to become one of the premier institutions for furnishing personnel to a burgeoning industry that is critical to the Midstate economy and in need of skilled professionals.

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More Car Burglaries can be Cured by YOU

More Car Burglaries can be Cured by YOU

As the weather gets nicer, the auto burglaries increase. Murfreesboro Police Lt. Clayton Williams mentions a few Park Smart ideas...

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Affordable Housing in Murfreesboro is $300,000

Affordable Housing in Murfreesboro is $300,000

Changes in federal funding for public housing are driving redevelopment of public housing in Murfreesboro. Mayor Shane McFarland said that the costs are all federally covered and that the idea of renovating existing government housing is too costly...

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Tennessee Has Historically Low Unemployment Rate

Tennessee Has Historically Low Unemployment Rate

The statewide unemployment rate in Tennessee dropped to a new historic low in February according to data released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD).

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Farmers Adapting to Consumer Meat Demand

Farmers Adapting to Consumer Meat Demand

With the growing popularity of protein-packed diets, farmers across Tennessee say the demand for meat is on the rise, and that trend is expected to continue.

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National Nutrition Month: AARP Offers Food for Thought

National Nutrition Month: AARP Offers Food for Thought

Rob Naylor, communications director for AARP Tennessee, points to a 2017 survey in which nearly nine in 10 adults said they would eat a healthy diet if they knew it could reduce their risk of cognitive decline, heart disease or diabetes.

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Sonji Newman, Biology Teacher at La Vergne High School

Sonji Newman, Biology Teacher at La Vergne High School

The Doug Young Educator of the Month salute from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Sonji Newman, a biology teacher at La Vergne High School. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies and Toot's Good Food and Fun.

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