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Laura Spain // Contributing writer Where do ghosts go canoeing? The fun answer to this question is Lake Eerie. For locals; however, it’s Caney Fork River. This year Canoe the Caney has revamped and remodeled its historic ghost tour, complete with old trolley rides down to a ’60s military base and a canoe trip over …

Sororities and fraternities at MTSU passed out candy on Oct. 30 for trick or treaters.

In a town as old as Murfreesboro, tales of entities and paranormal activity are recurrent, and most inhabitants of the town can recall an unexplainable encounter or at least know someone who has. Stories of hauntings have become so plentiful that ghost hunting societies have set up shop around town to examine these paranormal events …

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — A Halloween display featuring several effigies hanging from a tree in the yard of on-post housing has been taken down at Fort Campbell. Post spokeswoman Rayna Holley says several people reported the display Tuesday and the resident was contacted and willingly removed the display. The figures were hanging by ropes in front …

MTSU’s Campus Recreation Center, in partnership with the Blue Raider Men’s Rugby Team, hosted a “Run For Your Life” five-kilometer Halloween-themed footrace on Sunday to raise money for student worker scholarships. The race was open to runners of all ages, and awards were given for best costume, as well as fastest finishing time for each …

MTSU’s first “5k Run For Your Life” is scheduled for Sunday, October 26, 2014, beginning at 8 a.m on campus. The 3.1 mile race will begin and end in front of the Rec Center, taking runners down Blue Raider Drive and Old Main Circle, rounding the obelisk at the university’s East Main Street entrance. Prizes …