Blue Raider Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Sports, is happy to announce that a three-year extension has been added to the broadcast agreement with NewsRadio WGNS Radio. The affiliation between Blue Raider Athletics and WGNS dates back to 1947 and, for the biggest part of those 68 years, has been a broadcast outlet for Middle Tennessee. The new agreement will mean that Blue Raider Network programming will be heard on NewsRadio WGNS through at least 2018.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – The Collegiate Baseball Summer league is underway for as many 15 Blue Raiders who are looking to improve their skills for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Several Blue Raiders have produced solid starts to the summer and will look to continue their success.
Blue Raider Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Sports, is happy to announce that a three-year extension has been added to the broadcast agreement with WGNS Radio in Murfreesboro. WGNS, along with ESPN Nashville 102.5 The Game, and WMOT-FM, are the core of the Blue Raider Network, which produces nearly 170 radio broadcasts per year.
Matt Wisler validated his status as a highly regarded pitching prospect and recorded his first career hit and RBI during a four-run fourth inning that propelled the Braves to Wednesday night's 4-1 win over the Nationals at Turner Field.
After spending most of the past two weeks struggling to score runs without Freddie Freeman in their lineup, the Braves recorded back-to-back home runs and celebrated Matt Wisler's first career hit during Wednesday night's fourth inning against the Nationals.
July first brought more growth to the Heart of Tennessee. Ford of Murfreesboro broke ground on their massive new facility. It will be located adjacent to the existing facility on the corner of Northwest Broad Street and Northfield Boulevard.
Senate labor committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) today made the following statement on the Department of Labor's proposal to more than double the salary threshold for exemption from overtime pay...
The City of Murfreesboro's Purchasing Department has launched an online vendor registration and solicitation notification system called VendorLink. The system allows businesses to view and download solicitations at no cost, at any time, from any computer with Internet access.
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Two Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department Captains and one Driver will retire this month. Captain Ricky Jones will retire July 3 with 37 years of service, Driver Eddie Mitchell will retire July 3 after 31 years of service, and Captain/Shift Inspector Randy Rae will retire after 30 years of service on July 11.