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MURFREESBORO - The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider Athletic Association has announced a bus trip to Pittsburgh, Pa., this weekend to catch the Blue Raider women's basketball team in NCAA Tournament action.
The Cannon County AAU Maroon Team won first place over the weekend at Shelbyville Central High School.
Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included:
Hunter’s Auto Expo 2010 was held Saturday and Sunday, March 13 & 14 indoors at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Ten local cars and trucks made the weekend show and were awarded various trophies and plaques.
About a month ago, Mike Young opened a car wash business on Greenbriar Street in Woodbury. Come Wednesday, his enterprise may be all washed up.
The CCHS Choir performs God of Our Fathers
Music and art took center stage at Cannon County High School Tuesday. Pieces from schools all over the county were on display in the Robert Harris Gymnasium throughout the day for the public to enjoy.
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The Arts Center is proud to announce their annual, first ever April Fool’s Day Jug Band Review and Vaudeville Circus to be held on April 1st, promptly at approximately 7:30PM. This highly entertaining ensemble performance is sponsored by The Village Idiot Society of Middle Tennessee and features Murfreesboro’s inimitable minstrels of musical mayhem, The Jake Leg Stompers.