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Tennessee Historical Commission once again denies MTSU waiver to rename Forrest Hall

Feature Photo by Noah McLane Story by Noah McLane The Tennessee Historical Commission denied Middle Tennessee State University’s petition for a waiver that would allow the University to rename Forrest Hall...

27 years old never felt so good: MTSU alumnus Veggi plays at Bonnaroo

Feature Photo by Dusana Risovic, Bonnaroo 2024 Press Selects Story by Matthew Olson DJ Veggi, known as Veggibeats on social...

Gary Clark Jr. returns to Bonnaroo after 13 years 

Feature Photo by Roger Ho, Bonnaroo 2024 Press Selects Story by Matthew Olson Grammy Award winner Gary Clark Jr. played...

‘My mom, I love her ‘cause she loves me’: Bonnaroo with Ma

Feature Photo by Skyler Wendell Story by Hannah Carley Bonnaroo headliners the Red Hot Chili Peppers sold out The Farm...

Advocates make connections and spread awareness in Bonnaroo’s Non-Profit Village

Photos by Skyler Wendell, Sidelines Story by Shauna Reynolds A safe place to sleep. A listening ear. A chance to...

Haslam reelected for second term

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican Bill Haslam has been re-elected to a second term as Tennessee governor. The outcome of Tuesday's election was widely expected,...

West Tennessee Mayor arrested, bonds out on Election Day

BRIGHTON, Tenn. (AP) — A West Tennessee mayor has been indicted for allegedly using city resources for work on his son's home. The Tennessee Bureau...

Tennesseans voting on supermarket wine sales

Lucas L. Johnson II, Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee voters in several dozen communities are deciding whether they want to buy wine where...

Tennessee to decide on third term for Alexander

Erik Schelzig, Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee voters went to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to grant Republican Lamar Alexander a third...

Voting continues across the state, no problems reported

(AP) — Tennessee election officials say voting seems to be going pretty smoothly across the state, but it's still too early to tell what...