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Where’s Maury the Mule?

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March 28th – April 8th Maury the Mule is LOST in Maury County and we need your help to find him! Our Annual “Where’s Maury the Mule” adventure starts on March 28th! Pick up a passport from any of the 25 participating merchants listed below and get your passport stamped at as many locations as possible. Be sure to share …

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Columbia’s Massey named Administrator of the Year

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Media Contact: Kellye Murphy City of Columbia Tourism & Marketing Director kmurphy@columbiatn.com Columbia’s Massey named 2018 Middle Tennessee Local Government Administrator of the Year Columbia, Tn (April 19, 2018) – Columbia City Manager Tony Massey has been selected as the 2018 Middle Tennessee Local Government Administrator of the Year. Dr. Anthony Campbell, Professor of Public Administration at Tennessee State University …

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Where is Maury the Mule?

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Looking for something to do while the kids are on Spring Break…. The “Where is Maury the Mule” event starts this weekend! Pick up your “passport” from one of 20 participating merchants in Maury County. Just get your passport stamped at 17 of the 20 businesses for an entry! Turn in your passport on April 10th. You won’t believe the …

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Maury Gains National Award

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The Laurie Moran Partnership Award This year, NAWB introduced a new award, the Laurie Moran Partnership Award, given jointly to a workforce development board and chamber of commerce that have formed a significant partnership to advance the workforce and economic development of their local region. The Partnership Award is named in honor of Laurie Moran, who served on the West Piedmont …

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Maury County’s Downtowns Are Bustling

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By Laura Hill | June 1, 2016 As the old Petula Clark tune once went, “Downtown, everything’s waiting for you,” a promise that’s nowhere truer than in Maury County. New and relocating businesses, growing dining and entertainment options, wineries and a mix of traditional and new community events and festivals are bringing a newly energized vibe to Maury’s downtowns, bringing locals and visitors …