This is a radio story I did for WMOT, MTSU’s NPR affiliated radio station. Listen as I share the story of remembering 9/11 16 years later.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– Betty Brown isn’t able to mow her yard now that she’s nearing 80, but a heaven-sent officer took the task off her hands.
GATLINBURG, Tenn.– Nearly eight months after the wildfires, volunteers came from all around to help Gatlinburg pick up the pieces. The first of nine Smokies Service Days involved picking up litter along the spur.
Cyclists and vehicles are forced to share the road at times, and some bicyclists in East Tennessee urge drivers to stay patient and more importantly, follow the laws so the cyclists feel safe.
KODAK, Tenn.– Fireworks are what make the Fourth of July exciting, but in 2005, Riley Amoriello had a life-altering experience when his neighbors launched fireworks under his home.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– Robert Jett is recovering from wounds he received earlier this week when he attempted to stop a purse thief.
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Update: Courtney Brandon and Timothy Bassett released statements on April 28 and April 29 respectively denying the claims made by SGA Senators. Statement from Courtney Brandon. Statement from Timothy Bassett.
MTSU– The Student Government Association’s newly elected President Courtney Brandon and Vice President of Campus Relations Timothy Bassett are being called to resign by some SGA Senators after the pair was accused for campaigning illegally.
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MTSU— Middle Tennessee State University’s new board of trustees held its inaugural meeting Monday and did everything from pass the board’s bylaws to elect a student trustee to sit on the board. Continue reading “Board of Trustees Holds Inaugural Meeting, Elects Student Trustee”