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The Daily Herald 3h
Bernie Hobbs Sr. may not have been able to be there when his granddaughter, Brittni, was married to Steve Fulmer, but the longtime Maury County man’s legacy was a presence at the ceremony and reception held on his Culleoka farm.
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The Daily Herald 4h
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has picked Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch to serve as the next director of the Tennessee Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. He will formally take the post next Monday.
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The Daily Herald 7h
The elected board members for Maury County Public Schools will again meet next week to discuss its budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
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The Daily Herald 8h
Two former occupational therapists at a Columbia nursing home were whistleblowers in a Medicare fraud case that was settled this month for $30 million.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
The peace and quiet usually found in rural Hampshire was replaced with music and bustle for the second run of the village's community festival.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
Maury County’s government continues to move forward with the development of a new courthouse for Mt. Pleasant’s General Sessions Court II.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
GALLERY: Under a hot summer sun, the small Maury County community of less than 1,500 residents opened its doors on Saturday for the Village Jubilee and Festival.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
Columbia homeowners will now pay a lower rate for property taxes after a recent appraisal.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
Despite having some of the best health care companies in world, the people who live and work in Tennessee are not healthy.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
Inside an old warehouse in South Texas, hundreds of children wait away from their parents in a series of cages created by metal fencing.
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The Daily Herald Jun 18
The Spring Hill Parks and Recreation is teaming up with Morning Pointe Assisted Living to present the second annual “Dancing Through the Decades”.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Dishing It Out: After an evening of visiting Columbia’s historic downtown square, Southern Tré Steakhouse provides a dinner served in finest southern dishes.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Commentary: Remembering Sam Kennedy on Father's Day
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Back in the years when deciding my place in life was a series of “I don’t knows” or neverending cycles of trial and error, along the way I discovered Anthony Bourdain.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
What do statewide candidates say about health care in Tennessee? Here's what.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
David Moore, who represents District 5 on Maury County's school board, says he will seek re-election as a write-in candidate on the August ballot, as no other candidates have announced their pursuit for the position.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Life comes at you fast. Jarrett Jones can attest.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Columbia police believe a teenager helped another escape custody of the Middle Tennessee Juvenile Detention Center.
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The Daily Herald Jun 17
Carey Powers would seem to be the idyllic Maury County School Board member but the mother of three will not seek re-ellection this August citing a non-existent relationship with central office.
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The Daily Herald Jun 16
PHOTOS: The horn of Columbia jazz man and Whitthorne Middle School educator Cord Martin graced Maury County’s Courthouse square in a performance to benefit Columbia’s newest residents in the neonatal intensive care unit at Maury Regional Medical Center.
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