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'Proud' mother participates in oath
'Proud' mother participates in oath

Kay Eischeid was "kind of in a trance" as her daughter was sworn in as a General Sessions Court judge.

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Former MTSU student revels in 'dog days' of profit on 'MTSU On the Record'
Former MTSU student revels in 'dog days' of profit on 'MTSU On the Record'

A former MTSU student who used his education to turn a dog's playtime into a lucrative career will be the guest on the next "MTSU On the Record" radio program.

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Traffic shift planned for Murfreesboro Bridge Over Broad Project
Traffic shift planned for Murfreesboro Bridge Over Broad Project

Drivers will use newly constructed ramps this week.

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The price of trash
The price of trash

Waste-to-energy, another landfill or haul it away -- someone has to pay.

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Courtroom under construction
Courtroom under construction

Judge Eischeid is ready. Her courtroom? Not so much.

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Corker tells Rutherford Republicans he'd consider a spot in Trump's Cabinet
Corker tells Rutherford Republicans he'd consider a spot in Trump's Cabinet

Despite reservations about some of Donald Trump's statements and policies, U.S. Sen. Bob Corker said he would likely heed a call to serve as secretary of state for the Republican presidential nominee.

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Board warns of pressures on public schools
Board warns of pressures on public schools

Renewed push for vouchers, 'social and emotional education' discussed.

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Miracle Field becomes even more miraculous
Miracle Field becomes even more miraculous

Council OKs adding playground to park of baseball diamonds for special-needs kids.

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On the issues: DesJarlais vs. Reynolds

Calling his race against U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais a "hail Mary," Democrat Steven Reynolds says it's going to take "a lot more than money" to beat the three-term Republican.

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Woman injured in pursuit crash suing for $2 million-plus
Woman injured in pursuit crash suing for $2 million-plus

A woman seriously injured during a pursuit is suing Rutherford County, the defendant and several others in a $2 million-plus personal injury claim.

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MFRD responds to house fire on Susan Drive
MFRD responds to house fire on Susan Drive

Upon arrival, crews discovered heavy smoke and flames coming through the front of the home.

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Pepper spray lawsuit settled against Arnold, jailers
Pepper spray lawsuit settled against Arnold, jailers

A former Rutherford County jail inmate who was confined and pepper-sprayed in the face in late 2013 settled a federal lawsuit against Sheriff Robert Arnold and two jailers, court records show.

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Bob Spivey, former mayor of Smyrna, passes away
Bob Spivey, former mayor of Smyrna, passes away

Former Smyrna Mayor Bob Spivey passed away August 17, 2016.

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Voucher debate rages on, despite Holladay's loss
Voucher debate rages on, despite Holladay's loss

With pro-voucher groups touting legislative victories for school-choice supporters, Tennessee education leaders are gearing up to oppose another run at a bill allowing use of public money for students to attend private schools.

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Arnold's lawyer claims travel is 'in compliance'
Arnold's lawyer claims travel is 'in compliance'

Despite being restricted to travel in Middle Tennessee as part of his bond requirements, indicted Sheriff Robert Arnold is logging a number of miles this summer. But he has approval to make long-distance trips, according to his legal counsel.

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Water bills could go up, pending study results
Water bills could go up, pending study results

Rutherford County's water suppliers are anticipating a long-awaited U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study to determine how much it will cost to continue tapping into Percy Priest Lake, figures that could affect ratepayers' bills.

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'Tailored for Tennessee' software
'Tailored for Tennessee' software

One year after debacle, new program for circuit clerk approved.

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Week's spending approaches $1 million
Week's spending approaches $1 million

Courthouse AC, new road workers, solid waste consultants get nods.

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Florence Road widening, new stores and more from Smyrna Town Council
Florence Road widening, new stores and more from Smyrna Town Council

The Smyrna Town Council meeting was held at the Council Chambers, 315 Lowry Street, on Tuesday, August 9 at 5 p.m.

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Minor injuries in devastating house fire
Minor injuries in devastating house fire

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue's District 9, Engine 1, and Engine 10 responded to a two story house fire at 2311 Molly Trail just before 2 a.m. Friday.

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19 new deputies added back into budget
19 new deputies added back into budget

'Vote for keeping our citizens safe,' wives plead before 12-9 victory.

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Charges bound over in aggravated assault case
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La Vergne mayor, alderman discuss library, sports nonprofit
La Vergne mayor, alderman discuss library, sports nonprofit

Mike Walker, chief of police, reported about changes to La Vergne High School and mentioned that he was encouraged by the potential he saw when he visited seven consecutive criminal justice classes.

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Do you know these robbers?
Do you know these robbers?

Two men, one armed with a handgun, robbed the Jefferson Pike Market clerk about 8:20 p.m. Monday night on Jefferson Pike.

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Gas leak shuts down Maple Street
Gas leak shuts down Maple Street

Murfreesboro Police Department and Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue have shut down Maple Street from Lytle to College.

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