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9 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
Firefighters battle a blaze at a barn in the 900 block of Lewisburg Highway outside Columbia.
14 hrs ago | WKRN
The Maury County Fire Department responded to the fire on Old Lewisburg Highway and found the barn already heavily engulfed in flames.
The former ITW Shippers building at 1203 N. Main St. in Mt. Pleasant was recently sold to Nashville-based RAE Products.
Ryleigh Rummage, 8, enjoys an icy-cold treat Tuesday as she watches the Dairy and Beef Cattle Show durijng the Maury County Fair at Maury County Park.
Grace'Lynn Epley from Hickman County watches the lights from the Maury County Fair's Midway Tuesday prior to the star of the Toddler Miss Fairest of the Fair for which she was a contestant.
Maury County's third- through eighth-graders continue to struggle with reading and math while English III and chemistry proved challenging for local high school students, according to test scores released this week.
The Columbia Fire Department received a call at 4:01 a.m. that a vehicle was on its side at 5021 Trotwood Ave., close to Fire Station 4. Firefighters arrived on the scene within two minutes.
Separate bond proposals totaling more than $13.7 million garnered final approval Monday in financial actions largely benefiting Maury County schools.
Longtime Maury County E911 Director Freddie Rich has been terminated from his position, but local officials have declined to discuss the circumstances of his firing.
Candidates wishing to run for mayor and vice mayor in Columbia and for two city commission seats in Mt.
Maury County school board members declined separate requests from a parent who wanted a hearing on a zoning issue and an employee who wanted to appear before the board about a contract non-renewal.
Campaign signs remain scattered along roadsides more than a week after county elections, even though most Maury County cities require signs to be picked up at least three days after the election.
Full attendance and prevailing opinions proved to be decisive factors when school board members voted 6-5 on Thursday to implement a federally-funded, free-meal program in 10 of Maury County's 21 schools.
Julius Johnson's specialty is agriculture, but he took time to discuss another component that is important to economic development in the state - education.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 10:14 am
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