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Gary Estwick

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Murfreesboro, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Gary:

Check out the Dog Agility World Championships this weekend at Tennessee Miller Coliseum

Jean Lavalley, a Murfreesboro veterinarian, is one of 22 Tennesseans competing in the 2021 Dog Agility World Games Championship. → Read More

MTSU Mondays: Transfer students, scholarships, Bollywood dancing, women in history

Transfer students compose more than half of Middle Tennessee State University's enrollment according to a school official. → Read More

How a former schoolteacher's prayer changed the energy of a contentious Rutherford County school board meeting

Meet Barbara 'Bobby' Dillman, a former schoolteacher whose words placed Rutherford County's mask debate in perspective. → Read More

'Slow Down Tennessee' campaign is coming to Rutherford County in hopes of saving lives

The Rutherford County Traffic Safety Task Force wants to encourage safer driving through 'Slow Down Tennessee.' → Read More

MTSU Mondays, Vol I: Professor Katie Foss to discuss history of epidemics and media

3 things MTSU's Katie Foss says you'll learn Wednesday at 'Constructing Outbreaks in Tennessee: How Disease Shaped the Volunteer State.' → Read More

'It's taken a lot of creativity': Rutherford County Schools increases pay for substitute teachers

Rutherford County Schools voted last week to increase the daily pay and bill rate for substitute teachers in six hard-to-fill schools. → Read More

Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron: Small business loans up to $500,000 now available

Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron announced the availability of CARES Act Revolving Loan Funds for eligible small businesses in Rutherford County. → Read More

Board member Lisa Moore resigns from Rutherford County Schools: 'It has been an honor and a privilege'

Lisa Moore, a board member of Ruther County Schools, abruptly resigned Thursday evening during a monthly meeting. → Read More

First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro eager to enjoy 200th year, a year later

First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro, one of the area’s oldest congregations, will celebrate its 200th anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 26. → Read More

Richard Garrett angered by Friday's arrest, challenges 'pick and choose' political targets

Richard Garrett, former Ward 1 city council member and mayor pro tem, called his Friday arrest 'racial and political.' → Read More

Clarksville-based F&M Bank officially branded with naming rights to downtown venue

SS&E and Clarksville-based F&M Bank announced Thursday morning the official name of the downtown venue: F&M Bank Arena. → Read More

'I’m a man of the people': Jason Knight resigns from Montgomery County Commission

Jason Knight, a Montgomery County Commissioner, resigned because he moved out of the commission district. → Read More

Paid to punch: Clarksville's 'Jenny Savage' Clausius prepares for second bare knuckle fight Friday in Tampa

'Jenny Savage' Clausius, a Clarksville native and former high school wrestler, will face Britain Hart at BKFC 19 in Tampa, Florida. → Read More

'We’re all happy to be here': Northwest JROTC competing this week at international competition

This is not a typical field trip — the JROTC program at Northwest High is competing this week in Washington D.C. for the right to call itself the best prep cadets in the world. The leadership and academic teams are participating in the National Leadership Bowl Championship, held on the campus of The Catholic University of America. Northwest qualified for the event by earning top scores in both… → Read More

'Always put others ahead of himself': Remembering Jamie Bogard, beloved baseball coach and administrator in Stewart County

Jamie Bogard, assistant baseball coach at Stewart County, dies → Read More

Fly a World War II warbird July 13-15 in Clarksville

Vintage warbirds of the Commemorative Air Force will be available in July for on-board tours and a limited number of warbird flights in Clarksville. → Read More

'Don't be in a hurry. I promise you'll love what's in the end': Barbecue tips from the Clarksville pros

Some of Clarksville's most popular barbecue eateries shared tips for locals that plan to embark on backyard grilling for the Fourth of July. → Read More

'Big Brother' season 23 cast: Meet houseguest Brandon 'Frenchie' French, a Clarksville resident, veteran and farmer

Clarksville's Brandon "Frenchie" French enters Big Brother Season 23 with a strategy to win. → Read More

Meet Blas Villalobos, new CEO of Centerstone's military services division

Centerstone is a non-profit health system which specializes in mental health and substance use disorder services and is led by Blas Villalobos. → Read More

What a 1.6% tuition increase will cost APSU students starting this fall

Despite Friday's announcement of a tuition increase in 2021-22, APSU is one of the most affordable four-year colleges in Tennessee. → Read More