|Report: Tenn. needs $28B in infrastructure improvements|
According to a new report released by the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Tennessee needs at least $28.3 billion of public infrastructure improvements to be in some stage of development during the five-year period of 2004-2009.
THE MURFREESBORO POST
|A. Curtis (T-Model) Hutson, Sr.|
A. Curtis (T-Model) Hutson, Sr. age 77 died on Tuesday Oct. 30, 2007.
|Dorothy Marie Littrell Proctor|
Dorothy Marie Littrell Proctor of Murfreesboro, passed away Monday October 29, 2007 at Middle Tennessee Medical Center.
|Nannie Pearl Davis|
Nannie Pearl Davis, age 86 of Murfreesboro, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007 at NHC National Health Care.
|'Horse killed in crash, driver injured'|
A 20-year-old horse died and a driver suffered injury during a crash Monday morning on Couchville Pike near Smyrna, a state trooper said. Driver Christopher Hugh Garvin, 43, of Mt. Juliet was treated by paramedics after his Geo Tracker struck the horse in the roadway near Weakley Lane, said Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Rick Jones. Garvin was treated at StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna.
By Lisa Marchesoni - Oct. 30, 2007 - 2:22 P
|'New' Election commission relocates crowded precincts|
The Rutherford County Election Commission has approved the immediate relocation of 10 overcrowded voting precincts prior to the 2008 election cycle in an effort to better accommodate voters in future elections. Moving from smaller precincts to larger facilities, rather than adding more precincts just a couple of years before the 2010 U.S. Census begins and district lines are redrawn will save the county considerable expense. (Listings of precinct changes with new precinct locations are listed below.)
TMP Oct. 30,, 2007 - 4:41 PM - 3 opinions posted
|'Parolee accused of stealing $5,000 in jewelry'|
More than $5,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a woman who allowed a convict and his girlfriend to live with her family, Murfreesboro Police reported Tuesday. Deborah May of Bradyville Pike reported she and her husband allowed the convict and the girlfriend to stay at their home after the convict was released from prison, Officer Tracey Womack reported.
By Lisa Marchesoni - Oct. 30, 2007 - 2:38 P - 1 opinion posted
|Early dismissal lets teachers train|
Rutherford County Schools students get a brief respite from lessons Tuesday, so their teachers can discuss teaching methods.
By MICHELLE WILLARD, Post Staff Writer – Oct. 30, 2007 – 11:40 am - 6 opinions posted
|Bredesen comes to town|
Gov. Phil Bredesen comes to Middle Tennessee State University Wednesday, Nov. 7 as part of the Paul W. Martin Sr. Lectureship series.
By MICHELLE WILLARD, Post Staff Writer – Oct. 30, 2007 – 3:20 pm
Rutherford County state legislators presented a $50,000 grant to the Bradley Academy Museum recently. The funds will help renovate the museum. From left are board member Linda Hardymon, state Rep. Kent Coleman, board member Margaret Davis, state Sen. Jim Tracy, board chair Katie Wilson, board member Florence Smith, state Sen. Bill Ketron and state Rep. John Hood.
TMP - Oct. 30, 2007 - 3:19 PM
|Collegiate flight competition takes the skies|
Murfreesboro’s skies are about to get a little more crowded.
By MICHELLE WILLARD, Post Staff Writer – Oct. 30, 2007 – 3:10 pm
|Murfreesboro Police offers free self-defense class for women|
Women will learn realistic self-defense tactics to resist violence during a free four-week Rape Aggression Defense class offered by Murfreesboro Police Department. The class is open to females age 14 and above, said Police Sgt. Greg Walker. The class will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the Rutherford County YMCA on Thompson Lane.
By Lisa Marchesoni - Oct. 30, 2007 - 2:58 P - 1 opinion posted
|MTSU's Durham sets school record for best round|
FT. MYERS, Fla. - Taryn Durham set the MTSU record for best round with a first-round 66 and the senior is in second place overall with a 2-under 142 entering the final round of the Pat Bradley Championship in Ft. Myers, Fla.
MTSU DISPATCH - Oct. 30, 2007 - 11:36 a.m.