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Bear It No More provides mix of craftsmanship with cause Bear It No More provides mix of craftsmanship with cause

The daily lives of Rutherford County's Clark and Christi Powers do not differ too much from that of the everyday person, but their cause is one that is full of meaning and dates back to their childhood and upbringing.

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  • Bear It No More provides mix of craftsmanship with cause Bear It No More provides mix of craftsmanship with cause

    The daily lives of Rutherford County's Clark and Christi Powers do not differ too much from that of the everyday person, but their cause is one that is full of meaning and dates back to their childhood and upbringing.

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  • Hollingshead challenging Reed in Smyrna mayoral race Hollingshead challenging Reed in Smyrna mayoral race

    Smyrna's mayoral race is pitting one of the town's political veterans against a relative newcomer.

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  • Singing and sermonizing Singing and sermonizing

    Whether he's holding his guitar or the Bible, Murfreesboro's Billy Henson delivers messages from the heart.

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  • Volkswagen makes concerted effort to grow the brand Volkswagen makes concerted effort to grow the brand

    MIDDLEBURG, Va. - Driving most of Volkswagen's U.S. model lineup in one day is kind of like getting a "State of the brand" report. With such an event, it's impossible to actually experience the vehicle's capabilities, especially in the Virginia countryside, which has strictly enforced speed laws and narrow roads. Never-the-less you can see where the brand is going -- we thought Volkswagen's future looks brilliant.

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  • WGNS re-affiliates with historic CBS Radio News WGNS re-affiliates with historic CBS Radio News

    WGNS Radio is making history by renewing its relationship with the CBS Radio News network.

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Child rape suspect arrested

A suspect wanted for allegedly raping a 3-year-old girl was apprehended Wednesday in Nashville by U.S. Marshals and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Fugitive Apprehension Unit.

City Council candidates have different outlooks
Alleged pizza robber arrested
East Main mansion hitting the auction block
Cohen criticizes Haslam on Tennessee Promise

St. Mark's choir holding program Nov. 2

The Chancel Choir of St. Mark's United Methodist Church and a special chamber orchestra will present a special musical worship event in the church's sanctuary on Sunday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m. The program will feature the Requiem of Gabriel Faure.

Ebola: What you need to know
Bill Taylor Bushido School of Karate hosts free women's self defense class
Area Trunk or Treats & Halloween events
2014 Celebrity Spelling Bee set for Nov. 10

La Vergne moving to 5A; Maryville moving up to 6A

District 7-AAA football will have a new look in 2015.

With the new Class 6A football playoffs going to a new format next year, in which the top 32 schools across the state with the highest enrollment will be placed into Class 6A, it means it will no longer be an all Rutherford County district.

NASCAR can use all the attention it gets these days
Kicking game seems lost in the mix at all levels
MTSU takes down UAB at Homecoming
Registration to open for 4th Annual Special Kids Race
Joining the BRAA is the right thing to do

The "Blue Raider Roundup" section is not compatible with the bwsections element.

MacDermott joins staff at First National Bank

A 25-year veteran of small business and community banking has joined the staff of the Murfreesboro branch of First National Bank of McMinnville, "FNB," Brian Wilcox, executive vice president Rutherford County, announced.

Local companies make impact during United Way's Hometown Huddle
Cereal Junkie opens in Stones River Mall Food Court
Mid South Bank finds 'right' partner in Franklin Synergy
Pinnacle named one of ‘best workplaces’ for third year


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