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2.8 Magnitude Quake Felt In 'Boro & Shelbyville
2.8 Magnitude Quake Felt In 'Boro & Shelbyville

At 8:37PM Tuesday night (1/15/2019) the U.S. Geological Survey recorded a 2.8 magnitude quake at a depth of 7.4 Km. That is a very light tremor, but it occurred near Shelbyville and residents in Murfreesboro reported feeling it.

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"Film Noir" Series Returns To Linebaugh

MTSU English Professor Elyce Rae Helford returns to the Linebaugh Library to offer another Film Noir series on with the season beginning at 6:00 o'clock Thursday evening, February 7, 2019.

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Larry Flowers Named PIO for MPD
Larry Flowers Named PIO for MPD

Well known television news reporter Larry Flowers has agreed to serve as public information officer (PIO) for the Murfreesboro Police Department. In addition, Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue's PIO Ashley McDonald has been promoted to assistant public information officer serving in the City Manager's office.

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UPDATE: Groundbreaking for New Fall Creek Falls State Park Inn
UPDATE: Groundbreaking for New Fall Creek Falls State Park Inn

Tennessee State Parks and elected officials today broke ground for a new inn, restaurant and conference center at Fall Creek Falls State Park, part of a broader $200 million investment in state parks over the last eight years by Gov. Bill Haslam's administration and the Tennessee General Assembly.

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Diversity Through Art, Cuisine, Music And More
Diversity Through Art, Cuisine, Music And More

African American exhibits, cuisine, and much more will be featured Thursday, January 31, 2019, at 4:30PM, as Murfreesboro City Schools and Patterson Park Community Center celebrate The African American Cultural Celebration.

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OsteoUp Being Offered at Villiages of Murfreesboro
OsteoUp Being Offered at Villiages of Murfreesboro

A fitness class in Middle Tennessee is targeting brittle bones is being offered at the Villiages of Murfreesboro.

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MTSU Daniels Center greets 10 student veteran newcomers
MTSU Daniels Center greets 10 student veteran newcomers

New and returning MTSU student veterans participated Wednesday (Jan. 9) in the spring 2019 "newcomers briefing" provided by the Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center.

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TSSAA Bowling Championships in Smyrna this week
TSSAA Bowling Championships in Smyrna this week

The 2019 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Bowling Championships will take place this week at the Smyrna Bowling Center.

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Medical Cannabis Bill being Introduced in Tennessee
Medical Cannabis Bill being Introduced in Tennessee

State Senator Janice Bowling of Tullahoma and Rep. Ron Travis say they will introduce comprehensive legislation to regulate access to medical cannabis.

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Sen. Reeves appointed Vice-Chairman of Senate Health and Welfare Committee
Sen. Reeves appointed Vice-Chairman of Senate Health and Welfare Committee

State Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) has been appointed as a ranking officer of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee.

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Sen. White appointed to leadership of Senate Judiciary Committee
Sen. White appointed to leadership of Senate Judiciary Committee

Lt. Governor Randy McNally has announced that State Senator Dawn White (R-Murfreesboro) will serve in a leadership role in a key Senate Committee.

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Latest from the Rutherford County Library System
Latest from the Rutherford County Library System

What's happening at the different branches of our Rutherford County Library System? Here are all the details:

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TDEC To Host Archaeology Conference at MTSU January 18-19
TDEC To Host Archaeology Conference at MTSU January 18-19

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation's (TDEC) Division of Archaeology will co-host the 31st annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology (CRITA) meeting Friday and Saturday, January 18-19 at Middle Tennessee State University's James Union Building.

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Saint Thomas Completes 1,000th Minimally Invasive Heart Procedure
Saint Thomas Completes 1,000th Minimally Invasive Heart Procedure

The Saint Thomas Heart Team recently completed the 1,000th TAVR procedure since the program launch in 2012.

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Tennessee Arts Commission to Provide Opportunities for Music & Memory Programs in Tennessee Nursing Homes
Tennessee Arts Commission to Provide Opportunities for Music & Memory Programs in Tennessee Nursing Homes

The Tennessee Arts Commission has been awarded Civil Monetary Penalty funding by the Tennessee Department of Health and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to implement a $1 million Music & Memory Tennessee program in 147 nursing home facilities across the state.

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The Late Doug Young Honored by City Schools Foundation
The Late Doug Young Honored by City Schools Foundation

The City Schools Foundation will honor the late Doug Young at the Excellence in Education Gala to be held on Friday, January 2

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Farmers Offered New Cost Share Opportunity
Farmers Offered New Cost Share Opportunity

Tennessee farmers looking to expand their markets and increase food safety by becoming Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certified now have the opportunity to receive financial assistance from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA).

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Murfreesboro Airport Gets $2-Million TDOT Grant
Murfreesboro Airport Gets $2-Million TDOT Grant

State Senators Dawn White and Shane Reeves announced that the Tennessee Department of Transportation has awarded a $2-million grant for improvements at the Murfreesboro Airport.

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UPDATE - COFFEE COUNTY: Baird in More Trouble of Child Sex Abuse Allegations
UPDATE - COFFEE COUNTY: Baird in More Trouble of Child Sex Abuse Allegations

Thomas Evans Baird served as band director for 30 years at Westwood Junior High... The man was back in jail this past Friday (1/11/19), facing more charges.

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Founder of local paper
Founder of local paper "The Reader" Passes Away

The founder of the local newspaper known as the Rutherford County Reader (The Reader) passed away this past week in Murfreesboro.

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Have You Seen These Men?
Have You Seen These Men?

Williamson County Sheriff's Office Investigators are working to identify two car burglary suspects wanted in five counties around Rutherford County. Those counties include Williamson, Wilson, Maury, Bedford and Coffee Counties.

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Smyrna Fatal Accident Investigation Continues
Smyrna Fatal Accident Investigation Continues

The investigation into a head on collision that occurred on January 10, 2019 continues in Smyrna.

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3,000+ Sign Petition to End Idea of Condominiums in Murfreesboro
3,000+ Sign Petition to End Idea of Condominiums in Murfreesboro

Blue Sky Construction in Murfreesboro is behind the goal of building 384 condominium units that would range in price from $200,000 to $500,000.

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Gas Costs Rising Again
Gas Costs Rising Again

Oil prices rising and so is the cost of gas. The average price of gas in Tennessee increased 3 cents in the past four days, but it jumped 25-cents in Murfreesboro. Some discounters started the week at $1.94 per gallon here in the 'Boro--NOT the lowest price in the state.

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UPDATE: Federal Workers May Be Eligible for TN Unemployment
UPDATE: Federal Workers May Be Eligible for TN Unemployment

The partial shutdown of the United States government currently impacts more than 25,000 Tennesseans. Many of these furloughed federal workers are not on the job, while others continue to work without pay.

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