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UPDATE: Bud Mitchell Remains Hospitalized after Motorcycle Accident
UPDATE: Bud Mitchell Remains Hospitalized after Motorcycle Accident

UPDATE: WGNS is continuing to follow the condition of local business owner Bud Mitchell, owner of Bud’s Tire. Mitchell was involved in a motorcycle wreck on 9/28/13. On Tuesday, Truman Jones asked Mitchell if he planned to get back on a motorcycle...

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Construction Continues on New Funeral Home
Construction Continues on New Funeral Home

Work is well underway on a new funeral home in Rutherford County. It is being constructed on the grounds of Roselawn Memorial Gardens, on the New Nashville Highway, between Murfreesboro and Smyrna. 

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Murfreesboro Walking Horse Owner Killed in Crash
A well-known Murfreesboro Walking Horse trainer was killed in a crash in northern Kentucky. Fifty-one year old Jeff Givens, owner of Jeff Givens Stables here in Murfreesboro, was killed on southbound I-71 in Gallatin County, Kentucky around 8:30 Sunday morning. 
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Employment Increase Tops in the Nation

Rutherford County has had the sixth largest increase in employment of any county in the nation. This news from the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics. 

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Web Exclusive: Liver Condition Often Reversable
Web Exclusive: Liver Condition Often Reversable

Few people ever consider the condition of their liver until they are diagnosed with a chronic condition. Yet the liver is one of the most complicated and important organs in the body.

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TBI Makes Ruth. Co. Arrest in Gift Card Scheme
TBI Makes Ruth. Co. Arrest in Gift Card Scheme
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation last (Monday) night arrested an additional subject involved in a middle Tennessee gift card scheme after she was indicted by the Rutherford County grand jury earlier this month.
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Carr Asks Alexander to Vote No on Cloture

Sen. Harry Reid has filed for cloture on the motion to proceed to House Joint Resolution 59, the Continuing Resolution. The test vote in the Senate is scheduled for tomorrowWednesday, September 24, 2013, and a second key vote is set for later in the week.

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County Schools to Hire Athletic Director
Rutherford County Schools will soon have a new County Athletic Director. A total of 32 candidates have applied for the part-time position that will handle athletic director duties, as well as oversee the charter school process and work with the safe schools manager.
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County Schools to Hire Athletic Director
Rutherford County Schools will soon have a new County Athletic Director. A total of 32 candidates have applied for the part-time position that will handle athletic director duties, as well as oversee the charter school process and work with the safe schools manager.
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Employer slots available for MTSU Fall Career Fair for students, alumni
Employers looking for good talent can still sign up for an upcoming career fair hosted by the Career Development Center of Middle Tennessee State University.
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Hazing Accusation at Siegel High School

Claims of students being assaulted are hanging over a local high school. The parents of three players on last year's Siegel High School girls basketball team have sued the school district, saying the coach's daughter, who also played for the Stars, hazed their daughters.

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Community to boost MTSU support with ‘True Blue Community Initiative’
A local pastor is spearheading a grassroots effort to deepen support for Middle Tennessee State University academics and athletics across all segments of the community.
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#10 Smyrna at #2 Oakland on WGNS Friday
Another week and another battle between state ranked teams on WGNS. The number two Oakland Patriots host number 10 Smyrna. Bulldogs coach Matt Williams realizes this is the toughest test for his team so far this season.
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Drill Week at RC Schools
It's drill week at Rutherford County Schools. Spokesman James Evans says all schools will be conducting various scenarios as part of their ongoing safety training with the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department. 
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