Raiders Claw Cats 50-44 in First-Ever NCAA Tournament Win!

March 11, 1982, Vanderbilt’s memorial Gynasium Story by Don Harris, Photo by Jack Ross NASHVILLE — “Maybe we were looked at as a sacrificial lamb,” Blue Raider head coach Stan “Ramrod” Simpson said of Middle Tennessee. “That lamb turned into a raging bull tonight.” The raging bull—Middle Tennessee State University’s…

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College at Maple Closed for Demolition of Pinnacle Financial Partners

December 7, 2020 WGNS Radio, Murfreesboro, Tennessee (MURFREESBORO) Demolition of the old five-story Pinnacle Financial Partners building on the corner of College and Maple Streets is underway. Murfreesboro Transportation Department’s Deputy Director Ram Balachandran told WGNS that College Street will be closed between Church and Maple Streets so that the…

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City Cafe Closing after 120 years in Business

November 12, 2020, WGNS Radio, Murfreesboro, Tennessee A staple of Murfreesboro is closing its doors after 120-years. The City Cafe will close for good on Saturday. The restaurant is owned by Rollin and Teresa Kellogg. The announcement was made Wednesday on their Facebook page. They say they tried to hang…

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