Betty E. Gilley, 93, of Woodbury died March 25, 2010. She was born June 4, 1916 in Coffee County, TN. Her parents were the late Will French and Lydia "Liddie" (Earls) French.
ATLANTA - Middle Tennessee's Alysha Clark added another postseason honor to her resume Thursday as she was selected as one of 40 finalists for the State Farm/WBCA All-America Team it was announced by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.
MURFREESBORO - Middle Tennessee picked up its third national football broadcast of the 2010 season when it was confirmed by ESPN that the network would carry the Thursday night Middle Tennessee-Minnesota game on ESPNU. The Sept. 2 season-opening contest will kickoff at 6:30 PM central.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bart Gordon voted in favor of the Small Business and Infrastructure Jobs Act of 2010 this week as part of ongoing efforts to encourage job creation.
A hit-and-run drive injured two pedestrians, including the niece of State Representative Stratton Bone, while they were walking in Lebanon on Wednesday night.
One of the two seats up for election on the Cannon County Board of Education in the August General Election will not have an incumbent running.
NASHVILLE – Fueled by the recent passage of federal healthcare legislation in Congress, Senator Mae Beavers joined Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey and members of the Senate Republican Caucus to hold a press conference on Wednesday urging the state's House of Representatives to take immediate action to pass the Tennessee Health Freedom Act.