Dick Meadow sticks to what he starts
Dick Meadow sticks to what he starts

He's lived 89 years, been wed 67, had the same phone number for 58.

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Arnold accused of domestic assault
Arnold accused of domestic assault

The wife of Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold accuses him of drinking and taking a sleeping pill, then roughing her up on Labor Day before she called two deputies to their home, according to federal documents.

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Siegel student caught with loaded gun on campus
Siegel student caught with loaded gun on campus

A 15-year-old Siegel High School student faces a petition charging him with having a weapon on campus after he was found with a handgun on campus.

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Community MATTERS
Community MATTERS

Are you looking for useful ways to volunteer? Do you want to invest in your community, but are unsure where your donations will do the most good? Would you like to know more about the services non-profit organizations in your community provide? Read on to discover how you can make a difference in Rutherford County.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: 8,600-mile journey brought her to the 'Boro
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: 8,600-mile journey brought her to the 'Boro

Laotian immigrant's outlook and marriage is traditional - her story is not.

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Blackman Community Club awards scholarships
Blackman Community Club awards scholarships

Earlier this month The Blackman Community Club awarded two $750 scholarships to graduates from Blackman and Stewart Creek High Schools.

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La Vergne bridge named for A.C. Puckett
La Vergne bridge named for A.C. Puckett

Puckett, lifelong citizen of Rutherford County, has been instrumental in the development and cultivation of La Vergne.

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'You can't build good will by visiting violence,' activist Diane Nash tells MTSU audience
'You can't build good will by visiting violence,' activist Diane Nash tells MTSU audience

Diane Nash is using her history-changing work for civil rights to advise and encourage those today who want to help America ensure freedom and justice for all.

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Snapshots: Adam's Place Art Show
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Eagleville releases fall fest entertainment schedule
Eagleville releases fall fest entertainment schedule

Eagleville will host its annual day long, downtown street festival September 24, 2016.

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MTSU student, Marine veteran gets 'recycled ride' in nationwide giveaway
MTSU student, Marine veteran gets 'recycled ride' in nationwide giveaway

A former U.S. Marine who overcame addiction and incarceration to embark on a college career has a new set of wheels to help him along the way.

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Womick files ethics complaint against Harwell
Womick files ethics complaint against Harwell

Committee's chairman calls it another running disagreement.

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Juvenile arrested in relation to shooting, wreck
Juvenile arrested in relation to shooting, wreck

A juvenile was arrested on aggravated assault, false report and reckless endangerment charges in connection with last week's wreck and shooting in La Vergne.

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'Life is why' Rutherford County walks
'Life is why' Rutherford County walks

Hosted by the American Heart Association and St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital, the Rutherford County Heart Walk is an inspiring event that raises funds and awareness of the United States' number one and number five killers -- heart disease and stroke.

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Wine Around the Square another success
Wine Around the Square another success

This year's Wine Around the Square went off without a hitch.

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Haslam issues waiver to avoid petroleum supply disruptions in Tennessee
Haslam issues waiver to avoid petroleum supply disruptions in Tennessee

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam issued Executive Order #56 Friday, waiving federal hours of service requirements for petroleum transporters to prevent any fuel supply disruptions for Tennesseans from the Colonial pipeline leak in Shelby County, Ala.

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Operation Education Pet of the Week: Ears
Operation Education Pet of the Week: Ears
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Thai Mexican Chinese Ecuadorian festival!
Thai Mexican Chinese Ecuadorian festival!

And those were only a few of the cultures represented at first-ever event.

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MRFD to expand first aid abilities, hire medical director
MRFD to expand first aid abilities, hire medical director

Amid a burgeoning population, Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department is raising the level of medical treatment it can provide in emergency situations and, as required by state law, hiring a local physician to oversee the program.

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Transformed center glitters for guests
Transformed center glitters for guests

Occasions Events provides venue for banquets, anniversaries and more.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Hardy walked from Georgia to Maine
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Hardy walked from Georgia to Maine

'It's amazing where little tiny steps will take you.'

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Murfreesboro mother mourned by friends and family
Murfreesboro mother mourned by friends and family

Friends and family are mourning the loss of a Murfreesboro wife and mother who died in a car accident Labor Day weekend.

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