Longtime community newspaper columnist Dan Whittle has passed away Thursday. The popular humorist, writer, story teller and broadcaster died Thursday morning. Visitation 3-7PM Friday at Woodfin Chapel in Smyrna, funeral service there at 1PM Saturday, burial follows at the Mapleview Cemetery.
There was a tribute honoring Dan Whittle at the Smyrna Public Library on Wednesday.
You hear his wit on the Truman Show. You've read his articles in local newspapers for many years. And now, Dan Whittle will soon be a member of the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame.
State Rep. Dawn White (R- 37) and State Rep. Mike Sparks (R-49) surprised local history devotee Dan Whittle Wednesday morning at Murfreesboro's Sylvan Park Restaurant during the Truman Show on WGNS Radio.
Well known local author and weekly co-host of the Truman Show, Dan Whittle, is officially premiering his book "Music City: Talent Behind the Stars."
Spread a blanket and meditate for a spell, while I share my favorite Indian Tale of Life.
Local author Dan Whittle has been invited to conduct a "book signing-sale" on Wednesday at the North Rutherford YMCA in Smyrna.
Murfreesboro Post/Cannon Courier newspaper columnist and regular WGNS talk show guest Dan Whittle is the scheduled "featured speaker" Thursday night (Oct. 16) as part of ministry Way of Hope's Dinner and Fashion Show.
Local author Dan Whittle will sign his new book "Canalou" at Demos' Restaurant on Wednesday April 23rd during lunch from 11:00AM to 2:00PM and for dinner, 4:00 to 7:00PM.
Post writer Dan Whittle wrote a great article about our very own Scott Walker in recent days. If you have not checked it out, we invite you to do so today...
The Spellers this year are... (To reserve your table and support Read To Succeed, call 615-738-7323. Tables will seat a total of eight guest.)
The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee's latest exhibit is entitled "Wetlands" and features the photographic work of Bob Timmerman, Dan Whittle, Terry Spence, and Harry Polny. Some of the pictures were taken at the base of the 328-foot tall WGNS radio tower.
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