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Board reviews ripped-off roof, pool shortage

Storm damage repairs under way, but middle schools may lose swim teams.

Early bird gets the 'chikin'

Chick-fil-A fans camp out for free food.

No solitary confinement for children

In wake of lawsuit, judge prohibits punishing any more youths with solitary confinement.

Smyrna Airport hangar loses roof in thunderstorm

High winds from a severe thunderstorm Monday afternoon peeled the waterproof roof covering off aircraft hangar 621 at the Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport.

Smyrna Sister City fundraiser signals visit from Zama students

Zama is in the Kanagawa Prefecture in eastern Japan, about 24 miles from Tokyo, with a population of more than 129,000.

Veggies spring up at Murfreesboro Community Garden

Early greens are poking through the dirt at Murfreesboro Community Garden on State Street.

News

Sparks to introduce resolution recognizing state's 'rich and vast history'

Sparks to introduce resolution recognizing state's 'rich and vast history'

House Joint Resolution 92 would honor Nathan Bedford Forrest, Sampson Keeble.

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Bottoms, Highland study recommendations adopted at Murfreesboro Planning Commission

Bottoms, Highland study recommendations adopted at Murfreesboro Planning Commission

From city staff, to the Planning Commission, to Ragan Smith Associates, to Terri Sterling Communications, to the Steering Committee, to members of the public who showed up and spoke out, this plan was made possible because a whole bunch of people got to work. It will take just as much community involvement moving forward.

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Mortar rounds, hand grenade found at Murfreesboro apartment complex

Mortar rounds, hand grenade found at Murfreesboro apartment complex

A backpack containing several mortar rounds and a training hand grenade was found by the dumpster at Ashwood Cove apartment complex this morning, according Murfreesboro Police spokesman Kyle Evans.

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Sentencing for former sheriff postponed

Sentencing for former sheriff postponed

A new judge handling the official corruption case of former Sheriff Robert Arnold is postponing his sentencing until early September.

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Living Here

Murder Aboard the Celine Zara

Murder Aboard the Celine Zara

Come join Consider This, Inc., for their production of Murder Aboard the Celine Zara at The Grove Church in Smyrna March 31-April 1 and April 7-8, starting at 6:30 p.m.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: After 1,000 teddy bears, she's still sewing them

Remarkable Rutherford Woman: After 1,000 teddy bears, she's still sewing them

At 91, Louise Stevenson also holds six gold medals as a senior swimmer.

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Stewarts Creek High School grad dedicates his masterpiece

Stewarts Creek High School grad dedicates his masterpiece

Like his father and grandfather before him, Hunter Bullock builds his legacy brick by brick.

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Operation Education Pet of the Week: Piper

Operation Education Pet of the Week: Piper

Piper is a 5 or 6 year old yellow Labrador mix who gets along with other dogs and would love to hang out on the couch while her human reads a good book.

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Sports

Blackman has Wright stuff to win two of three over Siegel

Blackman has Wright stuff to win two of three over Siegel

DJ Wright worked his way into and out of a pitching jam Wednesday to help his Blackman squad win the rubber match of a three-game baseball series with defending state champs Siegel .

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MTSU shotput legend Oldfield dies at age 71

MTSU Hall of Famer and track all-american Brian Oldfield passed away at the age of 71 on Sunday in Elgin, Illinois, according to his web site.

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Improving defense main goal for MTSU in spring practice

MTSU football coach Rick Stockstill said improving the Blue Raiders' defense is the main objective during spring practice. MTSU Athletic Communications photo
MTSU football coach Rick Stockstill said improving the Blue Raiders' defense is the main objective during spring practice. MTSU Athletic Communications photo

MTSU football coach Rick Stockstill doesn't hold back when it comes to his main objective for spring practice.

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Spring Sports Photo Gallery

Murfreesboro Post photographer Ethan Scott took the following pictures of the Blackman-Siegel softball game and the Siegel-Oakland baseball game.

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