WWII vet Charlie Jacobus of Smyrna served with valor

Susan Harber, May 7, 2018 Charlie Jacobus (1923-2013), a citizen of Smyrna for 48 years, was an accomplished baker and well known in our nation for his culinary skills.  He also served in World War II’s largest engagements, including D-Day invasion of Normandy and in Cherbourg.  Moreover, he was on…

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Open House at the New Murfreesboro Police Department

Sunday, April 29, 2018, Murfreesboro, TN The Murfreesboro Police Department held an open house showing off the new $55.4 million headquarters. Thank you WGNS Radio for the coverage: The new headquarters is over 135-thousand square feet and Bowen says the best part is all police divisions will be under one…

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Buster’s Place – since 1973

Started in 1973, Buster’s Place has been serving Middle Tennessee the Best Hamburgers South of the Mason-Dixon Line! In 2013, ownership passed from the Buster Pugh Family to Peter and Kathy Moret.  Please enjoy this piece from ‘Tennessee Crossroads‘:

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1962 Rockvale Basketball Team

April 20, 2018, Pettus Read Rockvale Sports of Days Gone Bye – This is the elementary team of the Rockvale School back in 1962. An interesting fact about the front row is from that group this county has had serve it one current County Commissioner, two former County Commissioners and…

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