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Tom Boyd Appointed 6-Year MTSU Trustees Board
Tom Boyd Appointed 6-Year MTSU Trustees Board

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has appointed Middle Tennessee State University alumnus Tom Boyd of Lebanon, Tennessee, to a six-year term on the university's Board of Trustees.

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Thursday AM Blaze Damages Rucker Rd. Home
Thursday AM Blaze Damages Rucker Rd. Home

At 9:18AM Thursday morning, Rutherford County Fire and Rescue was called to a structure fire in the 200 block of Rucker Road.

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State Honors Sumitomo Electric in LaVergne
State Honors Sumitomo Electric in LaVergne

The Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) has recognized Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems, Inc. in La Vergne with the Commissioner's Award of Excellence for Workplace Safety and Health.

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UPDATE: Murder in LaVergne - One Arrested
UPDATE: Murder in LaVergne - One Arrested

The shooter who was involved in a Wednesday night incident in front of Roma's Pizza located at 5150 Murfreesboro Road in LaVergne has been identified and arrested.

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Unemployment Rate in Tennessee Remains Historic Low
Unemployment Rate in Tennessee Remains Historic Low

Unemployment across Tennessee remains near its historic low, despite a slight increase to 3.4 percent in June, according to the latest data from the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD).

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Special Kids Teaming Up with MTSU Men's Basketball Team
Special Kids Teaming Up with MTSU Men's Basketball Team

Special Kids, a Christian therapy and nursing center for children with special needs, is teaming up with the MTSU Men's Basketball team.

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Increasing Minimum Wage from $7.25/hour to $15/hour
Increasing Minimum Wage from $7.25/hour to $15/hour

The bill amends the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to increase the federal minimum wage from its present rate of $7.25 per hour.

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The Inaugural Boro Balloon Fest Taking Off August 2-4
The Inaugural Boro Balloon Fest Taking Off August 2-4

Boro Balloon Fest will host several hot air balloons for adventure flights, tethered rides, & balloon glows for 3 days! Scheduled during the beginning season of Sunflowers at The Grove at Williamson Place...

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National Minority Donor Awareness Week in Tennessee
National Minority Donor Awareness Week in Tennessee

Almost 35 percent of the more than 100,000 people on the national waiting list for a kidney transplant are African-American.

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Agriculture Enterprise Fund Sparks $40 Million in Economic Activity
Agriculture Enterprise Fund Sparks $40 Million in Economic Activity

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) have partnered with local agribusinesses to initiate more than $40 million of economic activity

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Childress House is headquarters for unique block party format
Childress House is headquarters for unique block party format

The Childress House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was originally built in the form of an I-house with Greek Revival influences in 1847.

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Local Brewery Holding Musical Event Saturday
Local Brewery Holding Musical Event Saturday

They will have Art, Music and food at Mayday on Saturday July 20, for a day of 14 local artists, tie-dye booth, 2 food trucks and live music starting at 2:45 until 11:00. Music to appeal to everyone's ear, Rock n' Roll, Blues and ending with Pop/Rock.

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Average Tennessee Household Throws Away 9 Pounds of Food Waste Every Week
Average Tennessee Household Throws Away 9 Pounds of Food Waste Every Week

In an effort to reduce strain on our state's bloated landfills and to recover valuable materials, Tennessee Environmental Council operates a program open to all Tennessee residents called "Come, Post Your Compost."

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Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program to Offer New Options for Farmers
Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program to Offer New Options for Farmers

The Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) is announcing new options and changes to better assist Tennessee farmers in diversifying, expanding, and improving their farming operations.

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TN Arts Commission Awards Over $4.7 Million In First Phase Of Grants Across State
TN Arts Commission Awards Over $4.7 Million In First Phase Of Grants Across State

The Tennessee Arts Commission has awarded 366 FiscalYear 2020 Annual Grants totaling $4,746,900.00 to help fund arts and cultural activities for arts organizations, schools, local governments, nonprofits and artists in Tennessee.

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Debris Killing Grass and Safety Issue for Motorists
Debris Killing Grass and Safety Issue for Motorists

Tree limbs, brush and hedge trimming is not only creating bad "visible first impression" for visitors to Murfreesboro, it's also killing grass and becoming an obstacle to motorists driving city streets--especially at night.

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UPDATE: Human remains found in Beechgrove - One in Custody
UPDATE: Human remains found in Beechgrove - One in Custody

UPDATE: Connie Ray, 61, was arrested Tuesday night and charged with false reporting, abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact. She remains in the Coffee County Jail on $600,000 bond.

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3 Guns, Bullets and Weed Seized Behind Local Hotel
3 Guns, Bullets and Weed Seized Behind Local Hotel

When police spoke to Robert Nance IV, he evidently didn't have much to say. However, a quick background check of Nance showed that he was a wanted man for failing to appear in court.

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Police Search Mayor Ketron's Insurance Office
Police Search Mayor Ketron's Insurance Office

Murfreesboro Police executed search warrants at the insurance office of Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron.

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Rape Reported in Murfreesboro
Rape Reported in Murfreesboro

Two days after the incident, she reported the alleged rape to police. The case is now under investigation. No arrests have been made as of Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

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Will Red Light Cameras be Banned in TN and Murfreesboro?
Will Red Light Cameras be Banned in TN and Murfreesboro?

The City of Murfreesboro has 149 intersections with traffic lights (signalized intersections). Out of that number, only 4 have red light cameras...

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Combining Forces in Rutherford County to Tackle Traffic Tickets, DUI Offenders and More
Combining Forces in Rutherford County to Tackle Traffic Tickets, DUI Offenders and More

The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office now has a specialized "Traffic Task Force." Sgt. Michael Rodgers told WGNS the new task force involves multiple agencies...

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IDEA: Middle TN Electric Revisits Acquiring Murfreesboro Electric
IDEA: Middle TN Electric Revisits Acquiring Murfreesboro Electric

You may recall that negotiations for Middle Tennessee Electric to purchase Murfreesboro Electric took place in 2016, but fell through. Now, the proposal is back on the table.

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 Gold Star reunion at MTSU  touches Schleicher family deeply
Gold Star reunion at MTSU touches Schleicher family deeply

More than 20 family members came Saturday (July 13) for what Miller called a Gold Star Family Reunion. It truly was a Southern-style family reunion, with hugs, reminiscing, scrapbooks, barbecue and more.

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Governor Lee Appoints Rutherford County Resident to Council on Developmental Disabilities
Governor Lee Appoints Rutherford County Resident to Council on Developmental Disabilities

Governor Bill Lee has appointed Rutherford County resident Alison Bynum to a three-year term on the Council on Developmental Disabilities, representing the Mid-Cumberland Development District.

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