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'Pay-What-You-Can' Thursday admission offer for extra show of CFTA's 'Into The Woods'
'Pay-What-You-Can' Thursday admission offer for extra show of CFTA's 'Into The Woods'
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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Carrying forward the family torch
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Carrying forward the family torch

Council membership goes way back for Madelyn Scales Harris.

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'The Exonerated' takes the stage
'The Exonerated' takes the stage

Stories of the justice system's innocent victims.

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War romance yields wedded bliss
War romance yields wedded bliss

Grahams plan 70th Valentine's Day as married couple.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Everyone knows 'Grumpy' - or Leah Hulan
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Everyone knows 'Grumpy' - or Leah Hulan

Former Miss Tennessee is still signing autographs.

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After 'happily ever after'
After 'happily ever after'

'Into the Woods' takes the stage at The Center for the Arts.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Retired Chicago cop loves life in the country
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Retired Chicago cop loves life in the country

Weaver, spinner, blacksmith, quilter, goat & chicken farmer: R. J. Hadle.

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MainStreet Jazz Fest makes STS top 20
MainStreet Jazz Fest makes STS top 20

The Southeast Tourism Society has named Main Street JazzFest one of the STS Top 20 Event in the Southeast for May, 2016.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Fighting fire with a passion
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Fighting fire with a passion

Julia Pitt was MFRD's first woman paramedic.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Retired teacher is unretired Civil War reenactor
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Retired teacher is unretired Civil War reenactor

Lynn Wilson researches days of yore and acts them out, too.

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'God is good, all the time'
'God is good, all the time'

Journey of Hope feeds hungry local families.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's just dyeing to create fiber arts
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's just dyeing to create fiber arts

Global news prof Jan Quarles can spin a good yarn.

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Snapshots: Boro Art Crawl
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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Kristin Demos mixes business and family life
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Kristin Demos mixes business and family life

But civic and church involvement are part of her daily recipe, too.

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Let these 'angels' brighten your Christmas
Let these 'angels' brighten your Christmas

But beware - they act on their convictions!

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's a (Salvation) Army brat - and believer
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's a (Salvation) Army brat - and believer

Monica Seiler 'pays forward' help to her homeless childhood family.

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Child safety and fingerprinting event set this week
Child safety and fingerprinting event set this week

An event aimed at fingerprinting and documenting children for safety is taking place this week in Murfreesboro.

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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Special ops officer jumps at chance to serve
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Special ops officer jumps at chance to serve

Chief cites Hayley Alden as 'excellent role model' for city P.D.

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Near Civil War battlefield, a golden temple stands
Near Civil War battlefield, a golden temple stands

Wat Lao Buddhram brings Eastern religion to city's west side.

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The Post is thankful for . . .
The Post is thankful for . . .
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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's the Hope on the phone at City Hall
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: She's the Hope on the phone at City Hall

Receptionist goes above and beyond to serve citizens.

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Sock drive comes to a close
Sock drive comes to a close
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Agility world champions crowned in Murfreesboro
Agility world champions crowned in Murfreesboro
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Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Start Candlelight Tour by meeting Nancy Morris
Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Start Candlelight Tour by meeting Nancy Morris

Restoring Southern charm to historic homes is her specialty.

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Political dissent and music through history
Political dissent and music through history

Music has been one of man's favorite ways to resist or support powerful leaders throughout history, and it's the timely topic of an international conference hosted by MTSU's School of Music Nov. 21-22.

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