|Murfreesboro student directs Lipscomb University musical production|
John Williams' "Sweet Smell of Success" to be staged March 8-10 on campus
Maggie Gooch, Age 73, of Murfreesboro, February 24, 2007 at MTMC.
|Martha Ann Shows|
Martha Ann Shows, age 70 of Smyrna died Feb. 25, 2007.
|William Edmund (Ed) Jacobs, Sr.|
William Edmund "Ed" Jacobs, Sr. age 77 of Murfreesboro died Friday.
|Felon charged with sex offenses|
Felony sex charges were filed against a convicted felon accused of trying to solicit a minor, a sheriff's detective said. Suspect Jeffrey M. Kenny, 35, of Blountville was charged last week with three counts each of solicitation of a minor and solicitation of a minor to observe sexual contact. Kenny was accused of trying to solicit a minor online after an investigation of almost four months, the detective said.
By LISA MARCHESONI
|Lady Warriors advance to region finals|
Riverdale started postseason play with an outline of what it would take to win a state title. The Lady Warriors needed 10 wins to get a state title, and they're halfway to their goal. Sparked by 24 points from MTSU signee Anne Marie Lanning and 14 from Alex Bivens, Riverdale hammered Lawrence County 65-42 Monday at Siegel High School in the Region 4-AAA Tournament semifinals.
By JOSH EZZELL, 2-27-07, 10:55 p.m.
Middle Tennessee Medical Center has entered into a sponsorship with MTSU to benefit Athletics Program and the School of Nursing.
Complaints from neighbors resulted in a store clerk's arrest on charges of selling marijuana Friday from inside Kountry Korner market on Old Nashville Highway, a sheriff's lieutenant said.
By LISA MARCHESONI
The MTSU Lady Raiders were presented with a banner by MTSU Athletic Director Chris Massaro (not pictured) and MTSU President Sidney McPhee, left, honoring them as the regular season Sun Belt champions Saturday before their game against Florida Atlantic University at Murphy Center. Chrissy Givens and Krystal Horton hold the banner.
TMP photo by Laura Leigh Smith
|Two former MTSU football players to play in NFL Europe|
Former MTSU football players Keon Raymond and Bobby Payne were selected in the NFL Europa Free Agent Draft.
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|Another Post First: Annexation lawsuit filed against city of Murfreesboro|
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