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Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee
Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Tuesday, 5-26-20 Update: The Tennessee Department of Health has updated the positive cases for coronavirus to 20,965 across Tennessee. There have been 1,063 cases reported in Rutherford County and 22 deaths. 462 in Rutherford County have recovered.

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RCSO Inmates Test Positive for COVID-19
RCSO Inmates Test Positive for COVID-19

Seven inmates who live in one housing area tested positive for COVID-19 at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center, Deputy Chief Chris Fly said Monday.

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Stroke amid COVID-19
Stroke amid COVID-19

As hospitals, health professionals and healthcare systems, governments and leaders work to reduce community spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. and protect the most vulnerable individuals, the American Heart Association offers further tips for heart attack and stroke survivors regarding secondary prevention.

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Traffic Stop In Rutherford Results in Arrests
Traffic Stop In Rutherford Results in Arrests

On May 18, 2020, Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Interdiction Plus (IP) Trooper Andrew Connors stopped a silver GMC Yukon XL on Interstate 24 at the 82-mile marker in Rutherford County, Tennessee for a traffic violation.

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79% of Tennessee gas stations have prices below $1.75
79% of Tennessee gas stations have prices below $1.75

Tennessee motorists paid an average of $1.69 this Memorial Day - a nearly 82 cent discount over last year's holiday. Today's Tennessee Gas Price average is now $1.70 which is 14 cents more than one month ago and nearly 83 cents less than one year ago.

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Community member makes face mask for police
Community member makes face mask for police

Sgt. Denton at the Murfreesboro Police Department had an idea of community members making facemaks out of old uniforms. With more, here is City TV reporter Micheal Linn White...

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13 Year old girl reported as missing or runaway in nearby Manchester, TN
13 Year old girl reported as missing or runaway in nearby Manchester, TN

The Manchester Police Department is seeking the public's help locating a runaway 13-year old juvenile.

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Emojis today and how do they relate to hieroglyphics - by MTSU Professor Larry Burriss
Emojis today and how do they relate to hieroglyphics - by MTSU Professor Larry Burriss

Emojis today and how do they relate to hieroglyphics? With more, here is MTSU Professor Dr. Larry Burriss...

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SportsCom open and working with changes in Murfreesboro
SportsCom open and working with changes in Murfreesboro

SportsCom in Murfreesboro has reopened. SportsCom's Superintendent Bart Fite told WGNS...

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Nashville Sex Crime Detectives need publics help
Nashville Sex Crime Detectives need publics help

In nearby Nashville, Metro Sex Crimes detectives are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the man who on May 16 raped a woman at gunpoint...

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2020 Healing Field Virtual Event
2020 Healing Field Virtual Event

Members of the Noon Exchange Club of Murfreesboro were unable to host its live Healing Field for Memorial Day in Rutherford County this year due to the COVID-19 guidelines. WATCH HERE!

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Rescue of Christiana man trapped in 30-foot ravine
Rescue of Christiana man trapped in 30-foot ravine

A Christiana man trapped in a 30-foot ravine near Rockvale was rescued by a team of Rutherford County deputies, firefighters and paramedics on Memorial Day off Mount Pleasant Road, a sheriff's sergeant reported.

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COVID-19 Created A Different
COVID-19 Created A Different "Memorial Day"

COVID-19 impacted the Memorial Day weekend. Flags were not placed beside each tombstone at the Stones River National Battlefield, the 'Boro Beach outdoor water park at SportsCom did not open, and even the Flags of Remembrance Healing Field was a virtual event for 2020.

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If You Recognize Her, Phone Smyrna Police 615-267-5012
If You Recognize Her, Phone Smyrna Police 615-267-5012

If this person looks familiar, contact Smyrna Police Detective Armstrong at 615-267-5012 or e-mail to kate.armstrong@townofsmyrna.org.

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COVID-19 Rips MTSU's Equestrian Season
COVID-19 Rips MTSU's Equestrian Season

In the midst of a great year, the Middle Tennessee State University equestrian team had its spring season derailed by the coronavirus pandemic -- leaving coaches and returning riders optimist about potential prospects for 2020-21 if events resume as scheduled.

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Warm Weather and Traffic--They Go Together!
Warm Weather and Traffic--They Go Together!

Warm weather is more consistently here and traffic is picking-up, so how will that impact congestion around construction zones? Deputy Director Murfreesboro Traffic Ram Balachandran has news for 'Boro motorists through May 30, 2020.

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MTSU Board of Trustees Holding June 1st Virtual Meeting
MTSU Board of Trustees Holding June 1st Virtual Meeting

Due to coronavirus concerns, the Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees will hold its Tuesday (6/2/2020) committee meetings electronically.

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La Vergne High Principal Retiring
La Vergne High Principal Retiring

La Vergne High School principal Dirk Ash announced his retirement Friday.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County to Provide Free Child Care to Essential Employees
Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County to Provide Free Child Care to Essential Employees

In partnership with the Tennessee Department of Human Services, one June 1 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County will open their Murfreesboro, Smyrna, and Shelbyville locations to children of essential employees at no cost during the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency.

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Rutherford County (TN) Emergency Communications (911) Assistant Director to serve on NENA Board of Directors
Rutherford County (TN) Emergency Communications (911) Assistant Director to serve on NENA Board of Directors

The 9-1-1 Association announced that Cassie Lowery, ENP of Rutherford County (TN) Emergency Communications has been elected by the organizations' membership to serve on its Board of Directors and help lead the association's mission to improve 9-1-1 through research, standards development, training, education, outreach, and advocacy.

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Rutherford County Clerk Re-Opens Doors and Auto Emission Testing to Re-Start
Rutherford County Clerk Re-Opens Doors and Auto Emission Testing to Re-Start

The Rutherford County Clerk's Office reopened on Friday (May 22, 2020, at 8 AM). Officials told WGNS that regular office hours will apply (8-4 M-Th / 8-5 F) as of Friday.

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Authorities trying to identify the so called
Authorities trying to identify the so called "Porch Pirate" in Murfreesboro

Detectives say the theft of two packages delivered by Amazon occurred outside of a Chelsea Place apartment door on Bradyville Pike.

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 Farmers Market to Open June 2, Accepting Vendors Applications
Farmers Market to Open June 2, Accepting Vendors Applications

The La Vergne Farmers Market will be back for the summer. City staff are taking extra precautions to ensure everyone's safety during the COVID-19 pandemic while still providing fresh fruits and vegetables for citizens.

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SCORE Names 30 Educators To 2020-21 Tennessee Educator Fellowship
SCORE Names 30 Educators To 2020-21 Tennessee Educator Fellowship

"We are extremely proud of 5th grade teacher, Mr. Justin Lattimore, for being selected as 1 of the 30 teachers across the state to join the SCORE TN Educator Fellowship," says Salem Principal Trey Duke in Murfreesboro.

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Nashville Predators team up with Red Cross to host  multi-city blood drive
Nashville Predators team up with Red Cross to host multi-city blood drive

The American Red Cross is teaming up with the Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub to host a multi-city blood drive Monday, June 1 from noon to 7 p.m. One of the cities to participate will be Smyrna, TN.

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