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The Daily Herald 22m
Columbia's authorities continue to search for three unidentified subjects involved in the Monday, Oct. 1, burglary of Pain & Spine Consultants located in the 2600 block of Trotwood Avenue.
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The Daily Herald 52m
Tigers suffer road upset, lose QB
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The Daily Herald 1h
Turnovers never come at a good time, but Columbia Academy suffered a couple of especially untimely ones Friday night.L
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The Daily Herald 2h
The sweet smell of barbecue returned to the Hub of Reinvention Saturday as organizers celebrated what might be the Mid-South Barbecue Festival’s most attended gathering yet.
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The Daily Herald 15h
In a game that served as little more than a tune up for Independence, the Eagles scored early and often to earn a 51-0 win over Memphis East on Thursday night.
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Mike Christen 19h
Students from Spring Hill High School give a tour of their handmade wooden smoker used today to compete in the Mid-South Barbecue Festival in Mt. Pleasant. More to come in .
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The Daily Herald 23h
AP: Tennessee officials say tax revenues for the second month of the state’s fiscal year came in nearly 4 percent higher, or $53.3 million more than originally projected.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
Authorities say a Tennessee home for the elderly kept an off-the-books resident in “storage” to hide her from police and state inspectors.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
Nearly 5 pounds of what was thought to be cocaine concealed in a suitcase flown into Nashville International Airport has been determined to be the conservative equivalent of 1 million lethal doses of fentanyl.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
Spring Hill graduate Caleb Lindsey has earned a spot on the USA national shooting team for a second straight season after winning the USA Shooting National Championships for Shotgun earlier this month.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
A former Columbia attorney and longtime community banker known for his kindness to others, Beverly Douglas, Jr., passed away Wednesday.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
Spring Hill created a couple of turnovers, but the Raiders lost four fumbles and were held to negative rushing yardage Thursday night in a 44-6 loss at Franklin.
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The Daily Herald Oct 20
Feature Photo: Mt. Pleasant’s city leaders honor local Maury County Fairest of the Fair winners and runner-ups with proclamations.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
The gas station chain founded by Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s family has donated $1 million to a political committee supporting Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn’s Senate bid.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
A Vanderbilt University poll conducted Oct. 8-13 showed Blackburn trailing former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen, a Democrat, 49 percent to 37 percent among women registered to vote.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
The Mega Millions jackpot has soared to $1 billion, as the second-largest lottery prize in U.S. lottery history gets even bigger.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
The Mid South Barbecue Festival begins today in Mt. Pleasant. Check out the cook-off between students from Mt. Pleasant and Spring Hill.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
The Columbia Arts Council is excited about new community events coming ahead, as well as prepping for new members to come on board in the next few months.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
The Hickman County sheriff has confirmed a 17-year-old was shot and killed early Friday morning.
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The Daily Herald Oct 19
This weekend’s events celebrate local artists, from the canvas to the stage, as well as who can make the best chili to ease the bluster of winter weather.
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