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Grinch arrested for burglary

A Grinch accused of trying to steal Christmas at a Rutherford County home early Christmas morning is now behind bars, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.

Premiere 6 to show 'The Interview' on Christmas
M-TEK gets tax break, but will still pay $10.9 million
Arrested bondsman faces license suspension
Insurance executive, former Councilman Beach dies at age 82

Thanks to Brown, important regional family histories remain alive

SHORT MOUNTAIN: History lives here ... and at Bradyville and at Readyville.

John Smithson (called "Big John" by family and neighbors) was a Revolutionary War soldier. After the war, "Big John" settled on the biggest mountain in Middle Tennessee, to wit, Short Mountain.

Wedding dresses through the decades at Oaklands
Volunteers needed for Rutherford County
Tennessee Emergency Medical Services for Children receives award
United Way launches initiative to Keep the Lights On

MTSU heads into Holiday Break with win over TSU

In its final home game of 2014, the MTSU men's basketball team welcomed an old in-state foe back to the Murphy Center in Tennessee State. The Blue Raiders were looking to sweep the two home games this weekend. MTSU defeated TSU 65-47 today inside the Glass House.

Conference USA sends five teams to bowl games
Basketball crowd joins in for a great National Anthem
Lady Raiders heads into the break with win over UCF
MTSU welcomes UTC back to the Murphy Center
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Pinnacle names new loan officer for Memorial location

Jill Duncan has joined Pinnacle Financial Partners as senior vice president and office leader for the firm's location on Memorial Boulevard.

Barker named new development officer for FNB
FNB bank expands on Gateway Boulevard
Rutherford County Convention & Visitors Bureau earns Choice Award
Harden to lead FNB Mortgage team

BROWN: Donations at end of year can make a difference

Many of us make monetary donations at the end of the year to non-profit organizations we wish to support. I've compiled the list below to help you make an informed decision about where best to invest your dollars. If you have a passion for children, literacy, individuals with special needs, the homeless, justice, healthcare, senior adults, mental health -- you can make a difference by making a donation to one of the organizations listed below.

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KESTNER: Your doctor will soon ask you about guns
BURRISS: 'Harvest of Shame' ranks among best in journalism excellence
LOGUE: Plenty still deserving of place in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame


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