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$11 million more voted for new schools
$11 million more voted for new schools

More than half will pay extra costs for Smyrna's Rocky Fork Middle.

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Tennessee Legal: Bill of Rights for nursing home residents
Tennessee Legal: Bill of Rights for nursing home residents
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PCC surrenders license, admits no wrongdoing
PCC surrenders license, admits no wrongdoing

The company tangled up in a lawsuit over probation services in Rutherford County surrendered its state license - without admitting any wrongdoing - and is no longer doing business in Tennessee.

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Revitalization project to expand and define downtown Smyrna
Revitalization project to expand and define downtown Smyrna

"This is the part we get excited about... this evening we start getting into the vision of what we want to start happening and the tools we can use to get there," said Guenther.

He went on to explain that downtown Smyrna is a depot district in need of expansion.

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Rutherford Reps. react to Durham scandal
Rutherford Reps. react to Durham scandal

Rutherford County women seeking office in the state House of Representatives believe a special session is needed to consider expelling Rep. Jeremy Durham, who is under fire following a state investigation into sexual harassment allegations.

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Debris from blasting damages cars
Debris from blasting damages cars

A company whose blasting damaged four cars parked off Thompson Lane could face state penalties after being suspended temporarily for the incident, according to the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance.

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Deputy hiring issue placed on agenda
Deputy hiring issue placed on agenda

Public Safety votes 5-2 to bring it up "for discussion."

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Charges bound over in Gareion Simmons' hearing
Charges bound over in Gareion Simmons' hearing

Video from a Rutherford County Sheriff's officer's vehicle shows a black Escalade allegedly stolen by Gareion Simmons speeding in the wrong lane on I-24 and nearly hitting two officers in the median before crashing into two vehicles and killing a young woman on South Church Street.

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Republicans judge potential judges
Republicans judge potential judges

Rutherford County's Republican Party is inserting itself into the General Sessions Judge IV race in an effort to elect a "conservative," even though the election is a nonpartisan affair.

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Armed robbery suspect at large
Armed robbery suspect at large

At approximately 12:45 p.m. July 24 the Quick Stop at 561B Nissan Boulevard was robbed.

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Free health fair to honor first responders, military personnel in Smyrna
Free health fair to honor first responders, military personnel in Smyrna

Healthy Tennessee, a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Manny Sethi, a Vanderbilt trauma surgeon, is partnering with Murfreesboro-based TwelveStone Health Partners to provide a free health fair for first responders, military personnel and Rutherford County area residents this Saturday, July 23, at the Smyrna Event Center from 10 a.m. to noon.

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Family of Jessica Campos to sue sheriff's office and others
Family of Jessica Campos to sue sheriff's office and others

The family of Jessica Miranda Campos has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the embattled sheriff's office and several others over the car chase that ended with her death.

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Congressional candidate Persley: 'This is my time'
Congressional candidate Persley: 'This is my time'

Fourth Congressional District Republican candidate Erran Persley says he has a "passion for politics as a positive vehicle for change."

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Arnold may get additional deputy positions after all
Arnold may get additional deputy positions after all

A federal judge's decision to postpone Sheriff Robert Arnold's trial until February 2017 is throwing a kink into the Rutherford County Commission's decision regarding his request for 19 new deputy positions.

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County mayor accused of neglecting security

Two cameras and a scanner worth $8,650 stolen.

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City Construction Projects through July 23
City Construction Projects through July 23
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Washington retiring from council
Washington retiring from council

'Strong voice' known for insight, deliberation.

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Staghorn nixed for not fitting site
Staghorn nixed for not fitting site

Rural locale deemed too remote from urban infrastructure.

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Early voting sites
Early voting sites

Early voting sites for Aug. 4 state and federal primaries, Rutherford County general and Murfreesboro municipal elections.

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Highland Avenue study collects public input
Highland Avenue study collects public input

Murfreesboro residents gathered at Patterson Park Community Center for the city's "visioning workshop" to discuss the future of the Highland Corridor.

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DesJarlais and Starrett spar ahead of primary
DesJarlais and Starrett spar ahead of primary

As U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais continues accusing Grant Starrett of being a rich California kid trying to buy a congressional seat, the challenger is asking his opponent to stop making personal attacks and focus on policy.

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Questions for the candidates: 34th District
Questions for the candidates: 34th District

Four Republicans and one Democrat are running for the 34th District House seat being vacated by Republican state Rep. Rick Womick of Rockvale.

As early voting approaches July 15-30 and Election Day on Aug. 4 in the state primary, the candidates answered these questions from The Post.

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Deputies' patrol workload is high per capita
Deputies' patrol workload is high per capita

Guard-to-inmate ratio in jail also is worst among three counties.

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Local police dog tracks down missing man
Local police dog tracks down missing man

Bloodhound Georgia used her sense of smell to safely locate a missing 83-year-old Cannon County man clinging to two small trees in a dense hilly area Friday off Doolittle Road, a Rutherford County Sheriff's lieutenant said.

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City Construction Projects for June 10 through July 16
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City Construction Projects for June 10 through July 16

Bridge over Broad Street TDOT Project

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