CHILD ABUSE – Impressionable Young Minds!

April 17, 2018, WGNS Radio, Murfreesboro, TN The public is encouraged to see a video about the impact of child abuse on impressionable young minds. It will be shown at 6:30 this Thusday night at MTSU’s Ned McWherter Learning Resource Center. When it comes to the impact of child abuse…

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Bill that would have allowed MTSU to sell alcohol on campus FAILS

WGNS Radio, March 29, 2018 A bill in the state legislature that would have allowed for MTSU to sell alcohol on their campus during sporting events or other social gatherings has failed. State Representative Mike Sparks stated… http://bw-2e2c4bf7ceaa4712a72dd5ee136dc9a8-bwcore.s3.amazonaws.com/photos/billfails1.mp3 The bill was put forth by State Representative Pat Marsh. Meanwhile, Representative…

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Rutherford County Delegation, Department of Education Announce Critical Growth Funds

WGNS Radio, March 5, 2018 State Representative Tim Rudd (R-Murfreesboro), State Representative Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna), State Representative Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro), State Representative Dawn White (R-Murfreesboro), and the Tennessee Department of Education today announced that Rutherford County Schools and Murfreesboro City Schools have both received district growth funding to support education…

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I’m tire of being stuck in I-24 traffic!

WGNS Radio, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 14, 2018 ON I-24 SOMEWHERE NORTH OF SMYRNA, Tenn.- Interstate 24 from Rutherford County to Nashville, which goes through my district, might be consistently the most congested stretch of highway in Tennessee, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation. With the exponential growth of middle…

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Enon Meeting and House Marking in Rutherford County

WGNS Radio, December 19, 2017 Several gathered in the 42-degree December air to celebrate a structure long forgotten except by the most enthusiastic local historians. Frances Victory Crick Oldham made use of her incredible energy and dedication to raise funds and place a marker from the Tennessee Historical Commission at…

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