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Forecasters say the record turnout will not help to predict the outcome of Tuesday's election. As the holiday season approaches, the second annual Winterfest at Fountains at Gateway brings outdoor ice skating and holiday activities to Fountains Plaza, announced developer Scott Graby, president of Hearthstone Properties. Students and parents set up and worked information tables based on their own backgrounds and traditions representing over 15 different countries.

The popular food event raises money for Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity to help build safe, energy-efficient and affordable homes for low-income families across Rutherford County. Early voting for the November midterm elections ends at Thursday, Nov. The Election Commission precinct will close at 7PM on Thursday while all other early voting locations close at 6PM see addresses below.

While checking the vehicle for weapons officers located an item believed to be a potential explosive device. The situation caused several hours of traffic back up on South Church Street Tuesday morning. Talks to extend Northfield Boulevard through Broad Street and then over the Stones River continue and are still on the drawing board. The extension of Northfield, between The female suspect told officers that the victim was an acquaintance of hers and that she told him to get undressed for a massage. After the victim laid down on his stomach she got on top of him and stabbed him once in the neck with a knife, according to the MPD Arrest Report.

Tennessee corn farmers and landowners will be able to vote on a statewide checkoff referendum to consider a 1 cent per bushel assessment of corn sold. Murfreesboro Fire Rescue's District 9, Engine 10, and Ladder 2 responded to a two-story house fire at Hamberton Circle just after Sunday night. The Kingwood Surviving the Holidays seminar is for people who are grieving a loved one's death.

The local church will Airplane stalls while taking off from the Murfreesboro Airport and falls into treeline at Northfield Apartments. Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron has planted a living and growing Christmas tree on the east lawn of the historic courthouse on the Murfreesboro square.

The popular free community gather of crafts, art, music, food and a look at this community two centuries ago. Sprinkles with temps around 50 did not deter animal lovers from bringing their canine and feline family to Beesley Animal Foundation at Keeneland Commercial Boulevard for the 2nd Annual Blessing of the Pets. Tourism in Rutherford County is exploding along with the population.

Folk troupes from England, Czech Republic and Mexico will perform here. Wednesday's death of Daniel Jones, 26, in a construction area at Centennial Medical Center on Patterson Street appears to be accidental. The church reports, "Watch as real life stories play out before your eyes as you walk from scene to scene. Two Murfreesboro Electric Department crews who are in Cordele, Georgia are still there to help with Hurricane Michael recovery efforts.

Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric stated Murfreesboro Police were called to a home under construction where unknown persons damaged an upstairs bathroom. That's a drop of 6-cents when compared to last week's local prices. Perhaps you've seen them She sits on her husbands lap as they scoot through Murfreesboro in his motorized wheelchair. A four-month investigation into the distribution of opioids culminated in today's execution of search warrants at three Nashville locations and the seizure of 7 pounds of heroin, 10 grams of cocaine, 2.

The annual event takes place in Barfield Park. In Rutherford County, the breast cancer rate for women is classified as "Stable. On average, women in Rutherford County are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. As influenza activity picks up, the American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets to ensure a strong blood supply for patients in need. Sheriff's Office Cpl. MTCS announced they are proud of Colton and excited that he has agreed to help make this year's Steak Dinner a special experience for all in attendance. Teen birth rates in Tennessee have drastically decreased from Derek Faulkner has a facility in Christiana with 9 beds.

Renewed Life serves the men enrolled in their one-year, residential discipleship training center. A 26 year old Murfreesboro man has been arrested on his 4th DUI charge, according to a recent arrest report filed this past Friday Now, the mother of Baxter suggests that her son had help from the inside. If you serve in these environments, you know that it doesn't take much for tensions to rise when working with people under different levels of stress who are together in close quarters. Classes resume this Wednesday. All MTSU offices will be open their regular hours, 8 a.

Monday and Tuesday, Oct. It was a chilly Saturday morning, October 13, The cold front from Hurricane Michael dropped the mercury and temps fell to the daytime 50s. Construction crews are on alert to make-up lost time before it gets colder. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns 'Boro motorists of areas to avoid between today and October 20th. Jones College of Business again honored a group of business people with special awards in recognition of their contributions to business and industry. It's an opportunity for local residents to talk one-on-one with the mayor about issues that concern them.

More details will soon be released about their capture.

Evidently, a man who was allegedly trying to lure police away from where he was staying called dispatch to tell them he shot his girlfriend and left her inside a car parked in a lot on Lascassas Pike. York campus at Lebanon Road. Brad Lamb and Brandon Williams have joined Pinnacle Financial Partners as senior vice presidents and mortgage advisors. The mayor recently went on a safety tour with members of the parks and rec department in the area of Cannonsburgh and the Greenway We need to always show respect for America and that includes honoring our veterans, especially those who made the Supreme Sacrifice.

There are two major upcoming events that you should include on your calendar. Public Power Week is being highlighted by Murfreesboro Electric this week. Spokesperson for the local electric provider Amy Byers stated Middle Tennessee Christian School is providing students with a new type of classroom. It is one of the first of its kind to open in Rutherford County.

If you travel to Nashville or plan to do so over the next 2. Evidently, a man entered Tire World and convincingly told a salesman that he was there to pick up a set of new tires for a local car dealer. That's 9 cents more than a month ago, and 29 cents more than this time last year. Sunday brought a milestone for Jerry and Teresa Robinson.

This loving couple helped their son, John, birth the Slick Pig Barbecue, and the rest is history. A Shelbyville man faces a number of charges in Murfreesboro after police say they spotted the subjects Ford Mustang parked in the parking lot of a closed business on Joe B Jackson Parkway. The man killed Tuesday night when he lost control of his motorcycle on I East near the Old Hickory Boulevard exit is identified as You can start making plans for the third weekend in October that includes raking leaves and sprucing up the yard ahead of winter.

Fall Leaf Collection season kicks off Monday, Oct. More and more counties that utilize the Walter Hill Landfill to dump the household trash of their residents are trying to figure out what to do when that landfill reaches capacity and closes in 5 to 8 years. York facility in Murfreesboro were both among the facilities that made positive strides in the benchmarks and is striving to continue progress.

Proceeds from the sale will be benefiting the Dance for Hope Scholarship Fund. These funds will provide scholarships for young dancers to go to summer dance programs and intensives. The car was believed to have been stolen from the parking lot of Woodgate Farms apartments on St. Andrews Drive. Across Tennessee gas prices climbe d 5 cents last week. Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced that the high school graduation rate held steady at The recognition is based on a school's overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

On Saturday evening, Murfreesboro Police arrested year old Jesse Ray Laurin who was wanted for second degree murder in neighboring Shelbyville. The feeling of fall is definitely in the air, and as you breathe-in the freshness--you also note cold weather is around the corner. Traffic Director Ram Balachandran says construction crews are focusing on meeting deadlines before winter. Traffic jams around construction is a potential problem. Here are Ram's warnings now through October 6, Livable Nashville has a goal of reducing vehicle emissions citywide 70 percent by , with even higher goals for the city's transportation fleet.

Talented artists recently displayed their work along the Greenway trail at Old Fort Park. Guest to the park had the opportunity to browse through booths of original artwork in a family-friendly park setting. Department will be holding a camp out. Entertainment will be provided by Logan Blade, a young man who was diagnosed with autism at age two. This time around, two females entered the store on September 21, and started taking items A lost prevention worker spotted the duo and kept a watchful eye on the women.

Using an annual web-based report scorecard that measures, evaluates and benchmarks quality and efficiency at its medical centers, the U. Department of Veterans Affairs VA recently released data that showed significant improvements at the majority of its health care facilities. Steve Sandlin is not new to Rutherford County government. He served for years on the county commission.

But it is a different job, and after 6-days on-the-job, WGNS asked if the newly appointed deputy to the county mayor was surprised? Now that fall has officially arrived, Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns that construction crews are rushing to complete jobs before cold weather sets-in. Here are potential road jam areas to avoid now through September 29th.

The murder occurred at their Brookrun Road home. With Dr. Main Street: Murfreesboro and Rutherford County is in search of a large tree to celebrate Christmas this holiday season. The American Red Cross responds to Hurricane Florence by providing food, shelter and comfort to those affected. It also needs your blood donations, and there are many opportunities to give "the gift of life" here in Rutherford County.

People can also help by making a financial donation to support relief efforts. Arrest reports show that 45 year old Tianmao Bo has been charged with money laundering and three counts of impersonating a licensed professional. According to police reports, Matthew Kluge was accused of raping a woman in A Murfreesboro man has been arrested and charged with theft after police pulled over the vehicle he was operating that returned as stolen. The celebration was started in by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The body is exploring the creation of a new bachelor of science degree in data science.

Hurricane Florence had little to no effect on prices at the pump last week. According to the report filed by police, "Mr. Kincaid understanding he was still under Miranda, admitted that he does not work and all of his cash was from selling marijuana. The assailant was described as a white male wearing a black hat, grey t-shirt, black sunglasses, black pants and black shoes. The swift water rescue teams from Murfreesboro are moving where needed to different South Carolina communities. The water levels are rising, and flooding is expected to worsen. Rutherford voters can hear from legislative candidates in local races in a two-part event on Monday evening, September Constitution Week begins Monday, September 17, , and MTSU is focusing on educating students, faculty, staff and the community about their civic duty in this election year: exercising their right to vote.

Hurricane Florence continues to devastate the Carolinas, as swift water rescue teams from this area help stranded residents. A new specialized product has been created by a Murfreesboro entrepreneur. The idea was born when Kim Honeycutt attended a funeral of a close friend, but there was no visitation line and she had never met the deceased person's family. Downtown on the Farm, presented by Locally Owned Murfreesboro, is a farm-to-table fundraising dinner featuring items sourced from local farms that will be transformed into a culinary adventure by five local chefs.

Approximately forty community leaders boarded a charter bus Saturday morning, and went to Sevierville to learn about Sevier Solid Waste, Inc. Composting is keeping 93 per cent of the waste out of that county's landfill. Could it work in Rutherford County? We're starting to smell fall, especially in the mornings. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran notes the ushers-in construction crews working to meet deadlines, and traffic jams around those sites. Here are areas to avoid in the 'Boro today through September Providence Christian Academy will begin construction on a new 43, square foot building in early The new building will house 9th- 12th grade classes.

It will be located on the current campus on what is currently the wooded area adjacent to the PCA athletic field. The athletic field will remain in its current location. Remember, St. He was wanted for murdering a 2-year-old child. The Special Investigations Section of the Tennessee Department of Revenue conducted the investigation that led to Kishan Patel pleading guilty to theft, money laundering, and tax fraud. The Cottles purchased the house in , and they are the fourth family to own the home. Jackson Building. What were you doing September 11, ? Events that shape our lives are remembered for a lifetime.

Gas prices inched lower over the weekend, as several major storms churn in the Atlantic. Hurricane Florence is forecast to strike the U. It's just a tad cooler these days, and that confirms the seasons are changing. Murfreesboro Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran notes that's a signal for crews to ramp-up their work in order to finish before cold weather hits.

Here are his areas to avoid today through September 15th. These grants provide resources to protect the health and safety of the public and firefighting personnel. Warrants are on file with Rutherford County Sheriff's Department. The home at Douglas Avenue was built by local emergency responders. The full room had a noticeable energy similar to the excitement you might remember from the first day of school, and it is like the first day of school in some respects. A new year of opportunities and challenges to manage a nearly un-harnessed rate of growth in a community is a blessing but also presents a special set of challenges to meet the needs and expectations of the residents of Murfreesboro.

Murfreesboro Police responded to a road rage incident in recent weeks. When the first officer arrived on the scene he reported that he witnessed two subjects in the street, one holding a large flashlight covered in blood. A Lascassas Pike man was accused of unlawfully using the line in Murfreesboro. Police say he called dispatch and advised them that he had been shot. He then called back to say he was "shot at" and not shot. Mothers Against Drunk Driving reports that 7, crashes last year in Tennessee involved alcohol impaired drivers or drivers who used drugs.

Millions of motorists traveling over the weekend paid the most expensive Labor Day gas prices in four years. Prices could get even more expensive, depending on the path and severity of Tropical Storm Gordon. A Habitat for Humanity home at Douglas Avenue here in Murfreesboro will be dedicated at this Thursday afternoon.

What is the difference between fake news, publicity or gossip? Burriss, Ph. The Ethos Youth Ensembles is a non-profit youth orchestra that's based here in Murfreesboro, and they looking for talent for the children's choir, beginning string lessons, a jazz band, and three youth orchestras. Murfreesboro Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran encourages motorists to drive carefully during this Labor Day weekend, and to be prepared to stop for stalled traffic in front of you.

MTSU students will benefit from a student's thoughtful charitable effort as she collects clothing at her workplace through Friday, Sept. As the last chance to squeeze in a three-day weekend for many people, Labor Day is one of the busiest travel days of the year. With potential travel delays and the unexpected potentially becoming reality, it's even more important for the millions of people living with atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat, to be prepared. The year-old man, who was indicted by the courts in , was convicted after a case involving his step-daughter. H3 ARC, which is an acronym, has a new leader.

Bill Kraus said he is ready to help those in need Gas prices in the southeastern U. Declining demand and rising supplies have allowed prices at the pump to steadily slip lower. This is a part of the reorganizing of the city's administrative structure that is designed to enhance service to residents. He addressed "auto emission tests" as well as "wrongful seizure".

The results of this next election will have much impact on area residents. A new governor, U. If you want to vote, remember the deadline to register is October 9, One of Middle Tennessee State University's newest researchers and institute directors delivered a different perspective -- the political economy and economic impact of tariffs on ginseng growers. McPhee gave his State of the University address. Now--the first day of classes arrives this Monday at Middle Tennessee State University's Fall, semester officially begins.

In Murfreesboro, only one non-profit made the cut. That non-profit is Murfreesboro Cold Patrol, which serves homeless in our community not only in winter months, but on a daily basis. If they receive the grant money, the goal is to put a full time case manager on the streets of Murfreesboro. The average American is paying 50 cents more per gallon than they did this time last year. However, gas prices are declining across most of the United States. That's down 4-cents from the previous week, but the same as it was earlier last month. Anyone with information about the Ford Fiesta, which is believed to be a or model, is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at The car did sustain damage.

Providence Christian Academy has experienced unprecedented growth in student enrollment again this year. PCA now has more than students enrolled for the school year. Tennessee Department of Health data show 1, Tennesseans died from drug overdoses in , the highest annual number of such deaths since reporting began. Prescription opioids are still the most common drugs associated with overdose deaths in Tennessee.

Murfreesboro's changing face in restaurants. Over the past year, we've seen well known eateries go while new tastes are offered. It seems that this all began in the 90's when a study indicated that Murfreesboro had one of the highest per capita populations for eating out. Almost as if a magic wand was waved, the flood gate to new cuisinne poured-in. A few milder days here and there, lets us know we're approaching the ending of summer. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran also warns motorists that it indicates construction crews are speeding-up to finish their projects.

That sometime creates traffic jams. Here are areas to avoid in the 'Boro now through August 25th. The girl behind the photo - at age nine she was photographed, running naked up a road with her skin on fire and screaming in agony. She was fleeing the horrors of the Vietnam War and, luckily, she escaped her death from napalm to tell her story. Photos of homes throughout Rutherford County in the 's will be on display in the windows of Shacklett's Photography on the Murfreesboro Square. Gloria Christy stated Travis Ghee, who lives in Rutherford County, was only 36 years old when he had to have a heart transplant After the police reports were released, it was confirmed that the victim was stabbed multiple times in the face.

The original report shows they were stolen in the 2, block of East Main Street in Murfreesboro. Moving forward for apartment complexes in Murfreesboro, it may be a good idea to spread apartments out a little more That thought according to Mayor Shane McFarland A Huntsville, Alabama woman has been taken to jail in Murfreesboro after allegedly trying to cash a fraudulent check. Five counts of "Criminal Simulation" were levied against a Nashville man during his recent trip to First Bank in Murfreesboro.

They recently had a former patient and her mother come back to campus for a tour and sit down to reflect on the past. Tennessee Gov. Murfreesboro discounters started the week lower, in fact--the 'Boro is back in the "lowest" Tennessee price. Operation Song in Murfreesboro is a non-profit group that pairs professional songwriters with Veterans and their families to help them tell their stories through song.

Prime construction weather keeps the pedal to the medal for crews. City Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran checks active projects and warns motorists of areas to avoid in the 'Boro today through August 18th. A federal grand jury sitting in Nashville, Tennessee returned a five-count indictment, charging two members of the MS gang with murder in aid of racketeering The "3 Star" program will emphasize employee development and training, internal systems controls, development of ethical standards, transparency and establishment of clearly defined organizational structures.

The Murfreesboro City Council will meet on August 15th to interview three finalist for the vacant city attorney position. The two departments collaborated with country rap musician "Big Smo The annual Doughboy Challenge is coming up. A representative for General Mills in Murfreesboro stated Tennessee Association of Broadcasters is holding its 70th conference at the Embassy Suite in Murfreesboro. Governor Bill Haslam spoke at Wednesday's luncheon. On Labor Day Weekend, which starts at the end of this month, the Tennessee Highway Patrol plans to be out in full force.

Greenhouse Ministries in Murfreesboro is partnering with local churches to help those who may not be able to do simple tasks around their home. Cliff Sharp with Greenhouse stated On Monday afternoon at approximately pm on I in Coffee County, Tennessee Highway Patrolman Donnie Clark received a "Be on the Lookout" for a stolen vehicle traveling westbound on the interstate. Bill Jones and Dr. Scams continue in Murfreesboro that involve the customers of Murfreesboro Electric. Spokesperson Amy Byers stated The St.

You can hear that interview below:. Prices at the pump exploded up center in Murfreesboro, yet are pointing lower again as we move into a new week. We're starting to feel the "hint" of a change of season, and that warns construction crews to "speed up". Murfreesboro Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran notes that this also can create "traffic challenges". Here are Ram's grid warnings for today through August 11th. As we all embrace the back to school season and changing schedules, new self-guided tours will be offered during the month of August at Oaklands Mansion, N.

Students and their family members from Rutherford, Bedford, Cannon, Coffee and other nearby counties are welcome to attend. Some construction improvements at the Linebaugh Public Library will result in regular services being closed Saturday through Wednesday, August 25 through 29, Individuals are painting their bowls now through October 15th for the 11th Annual Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity Cookin' To Build on Saturday, November 3, from that morning until in the afternoon.

A bag of what was believed to be cocaine was found along with marijuana and multiple drug paraphernalia items during the recent execution of a search warrant in Murfreesboro. Officers later field tested the drugs and quickly discovered what they seized was not heroin at all WGNS' Bart Walker commented, "From covering elections here in Rutherford County for almost years, there were several exciting incidents in this particular race.

Teacher Tristan Brown feels safer after Rutherford County Sheriff's school resource officers trained for an active aggressor scenario Tuesday at a county elementary school. One of the biggest issues affecting Tennessee is the opioid epidemic. Governor Haslam praised state judges for their efforts in developing and presiding over recovery courts Reducing traffic fatalities and crashes on U.

Highway 70 will be the goal of Rutherford County Sheriff's deputies joining other officers statewide in the "Safe on Seventy" campaign through Friday. Here's an odd theft At Walmart on Memorial Boulevard in Murfreesboro, a man entered the store on three separate occasions and stole four Hoverboards and window air conditioning units.

A vehicle that was dropped off to be repaired at Chevrolet of Murfreesboro was reportedly stolen. Evidently, it was not the only car taken from the dealer. The general public and MTSU community are invited to the upcoming 11th Stole Ceremony for graduating student veterans will be held at o'clock this Wednesday morning in the second floor atrium of the Miller Education Center, Bell St. Smoking will be prohibited in public housing units across Tennessee and the U. Murfreesboro City Schools say that Wednesday, August 1st is the first half day of classes. Rutherford County goes back on August 6th Gas prices rose 2 cents nationwide last week, as prices in the southeast face upward pressure.

Wholesale gasoline prices rose 8 cents in Florida and Georgia, and 7 cents in Tennessee. Tis the season to be constructing, and that also creates traffic jams. The Southern Girls Rock Camp again gave young aspiring musicians a chance to showcase their musical and arts talents for a 16th year at Middle Tennessee State University.

Linebaugh Public Library is pleased to host Dr. Rishi Saxena for a seminar on planning for retirement. It begins at o'clock Tuesday night, August 14, The 5, square foot facility is located at Minerva Drive, on campus with Hobgood Elementary School and behind the fire hall on Mercury Boulevard. Five MTSU professors have been honored for their excellence in helping students learn by doing. The local Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donations.

They particularly need donors of all blood types, especially type O, to give now to address a severe blood shortage. Murfreesboro City Council votes to create a new role, the Utilities Director will be over both the Water Resources Department and Electric Department which will be streamlined into the City's organizational structure. Meetings in a workshop format allow staff and Council to discuss City issues and are a useful means to facilitate discussions, provide information, and receive Council direction.

A gas leak was reported Thursday morning at Old Christiana Road. According to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Rutherford County remains third in the state for having the fewest number of persons without jobs. One full pound of marijuana was seized by police at a home on Monty Court in Murfreesboro. The drugs were seized shortly after police say they observed year-old If you were traveling across the Walter Hill Bridge between and Thursday afternoon, you may wonder what the large police presence was.

The Rutherford County Sheriffs Office was conducting a " seat belt check ", and if the deputies say you were wearing restraints--you were waved through. On January 7th of this year, a man was shot and killed on Castleview Drive in Murfreesboro. That's a dime lower than the second cheapest price Clevelenad.

Nimal Patel, D. It's the time of the year when crews ramp-up work on construction projects, and Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns motorists of areas to avoid traffic jams now through July 28th. Wiley had sent out several photos of himself covered in blood and was bragging about beating up a gay man for grabbing his penis.

The City of Murfreesboro is proposing an increase to most permit fees, including residential building permits for new construction and renovations. The Center for the Arts is taking the community on a musical journey of cultural revolution with Memphis the Musical on stage this Friday, July Murfreesboro City School's 13th elementary school is slated to open for the school year. The official groundbreaking for the school is planned for Tuesday, July 17 at p. The school site is located at St. Andrews Drive, just off Veterans Parkway. Where did I hear, "If you don't know your community, know your property assessor--and if Rob says it's so The Trial Court Vacancy Commission will consider seven applicants when it meets on August 8, in Murfreesboro to select nominees for the Circuit Court vacancy in the 16th Judicial District - Cannon and Rutherford counties.

The theft was reported on Monday morning. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is currently working on removing the last of the X-Lite guardrails in Tennessee. Over juvenile and adult sex trafficking cases were reported in Rutherford, Coffee and Davidson Counties in alone. That would be over in each county, according to one study year. Gas prices across the nation i ncreased 1.

One small change could lead to one large impact. Larry Burriss Two teens, Jannette Esquivel, 19, and Aaron Trejo, 17, are charged with five separate armed hold-ups that occurred Saturday night in South Nashville, including a shooting in the block of Cloudfalls Trace that critically injured a male victim. A Murfreesboro man who told police he was an Uber driver was arrested and charged with his second DUI after allegedly leaving the scene of a car accident.

However, Uber says that he never drove for them. Saint Thomas Health is part of Ascension, the world's largest Catholic health system and one of the largest non-profit health systems in the country. Join us in a sing-along of "Hot, Hot, Hot", while Traffic Director Ram Balachandran warns Murfreesboro motorists of potential traffic congestion areas for today through July This gathering of friends, old and new, hopes to bring a new awareness of the uniqueness of downtown Murfreesboro and the challenges and opportunities of local residents and businesses.

Thomas Rutherford Hospital warns that a good tan is not always healthy. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and it is also the most preventable. On the third Saturday of each month, we will gather to read one of the works of William Shakespeare. Evidently, the homeowners were out of town when the first break in occurred, but little did the culprits know that the residents returned home after the first crime and installed security cameras.

Falterman at a gun range in neighboring Woodbury. A Murfreesboro woman was shot in Nashville on the 4th of July, but didn't realize she had been hit by a bullet until the following day. A lady who touched the lives of so many, passed away from an extended illness at Tuesday evening. Bettie Clayton Cook loved history, and especially local history, and shared it as a part of her longtime career with the National Parks Service and the Stones River National Battlefield.

More than 20 young people died as a result of violence in Nashville in , and the issue of youth violence is being addressed by a new community group - Gideon's Army. Middle Tennessee State University officials said Thursday, July 5, that they stand ready to assist Art Institute of Tennessee - Nashville students affected by the institution's decision to suspend enrollment.

The heat index has already reached the degree mark. As Rutherford County continues to grow, so does the number of vehicles on the roadway. More vehicles equals more lines in the county clerk office. Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess stated The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives ATF Nashville Field Division reminds the public, whether attending community fireworks displays or celebrating with backyard fireworks, to exercise caution when dealing with fireworks.

The Pet Adoption and Welfare Services office in Murfreesboro has an emergency on hand as they just took in some cats. Hannah Bleam explains Murfreesboro Police were called to a South Church Street parking lot on Monday in regards to an indecent exposure situation. Gas prices are are facing upward pressure as Independence Day quickly approaches. AAA forecasts nearly 47 million Americans will travel for the holiday. The Searchers later found his body beside the dam shortly after lunchtime on Monday.

Around this past Friday evening, Murfreesboro Police Officers responded to a single vehicle crash on W. Northfield Blvd near Tudor Place involving a Kawasaki motorcycle. The appointment began July 1, and will continue for a year. Celebrating its nd anniversary in a few weeks, tech-savy members of the Woman's Club of Murfreesboro open a new website. The scales show that Tennessee is ranked among the top 10 most obese states. You can be a part of changing that trend, by changing some habits.

This coming Wednesday is the 4th of July! Enjoy our country's Independence Day locally with a variety of activities that enable you to meet neighbors, have fun, and celebrate America! Adults often wish they could give advice to their younger selves, especially when it comes to career and education choices. Donnie was a common man who loved nothing more than being around his family, especially his grandchildren. He enjoyed working and had spent the majority of his life working as a Diesel Mechanic. Donnie also enjoyed being outdoors, fishing and farming. Chad Starrett and Bro.

Mike Neal officiating. Roscoe was retired from the U. Forest Service where he had been a timber marker. He served his country in the U. Marine Corps. Funeral services were held at p. Harvey Logan and Bro. Steve Perry officiating. He was laid to rest at the Osborne Creek Cemetery.

Burial will follow in the Pine Knot Cemetery. The family will receive friends after pm Friday, May 17, at the Funeral Home. Eastern Star services will be held Friday at at the funeral home. Burial will follow in the Lower Cal Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 11am Thursday at the funeral home. Burial to follow in the Watters Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 11am Thursday at the Church. Pine Knot Funeral Home assisting the family.

Anna worked as a teacher for the Lebanon City Schools and retired in after 37 years of teaching. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Lebanon where she was a former trustee and church historian, a member of the Retired Teachers Association and also belonged to the Dorothy Gates Circle. Anna was dedicated to spreading goodwill and in her free time she enjoyed reading, cooking and sewing. Interment will follow in Lebanon Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www. He was of the Baptist faith and after his retirement he enjoyed sitting on the back porch, piddling in his garage and wood working.

In addition to his parents, Riley is preceded in death by his brother and sister. Burial to follow in the Pleasant Run Cemetery.

Embers: A Collection of Poems by Shanice R. Anderson

Braxton King officiating. Helen retired from Outdoor Venture Corporation in Stearns. After retirement she enjoyed spending free time with her grandchildren. Hilton Duncan and Bro. David Troxell officiating. Burial was in the Lower Hickory Grove Cemetery. Doyle was a veteran of the U. He had been a Mason for over 50 years and was a member of the Orie S. Doyle had served our community as a barber at Stearns Barber Shop of fifty seven years and during that time served six generations. Visitors to the barber shop were always treated to surprises from the many trinkets and games he kept in the shop.

In his spare time, he was an avid golfer and could be seen on the golf course just a few weeks ago. Doyle was also known as an avid UK fan and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and reading. He also found great pleasure in gardening and tending to his orchard and vineyard. Doyle was a very loving husband and father and spent a lot of time helping others.

Mize Lynch. Mary was a member of the Marshes Siding Church of God, had worked in sewing factories and enjoyed flower gardening and going to church. Her mother; step-father, John Lynch, Jr. Survivors include her sister Carolyn Faye Foster and husband, Ardell of Stearns, Kentucky; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Dean Spradlin officiating. Burial followed in the West Ridge Family Cemetery. Burial will follow in the Osborne Creek Cemetery. The family will receive friends for visitation on Friday from pm until pm at the Pine Knot Funeral Home. Wilson will lie in state at the Church on Saturday from pm until service time. Abe had worked as a carpenter, was a member of the Flat Rock Baptist Church, and loved beekeeping and gardening. His grandchildren and great grandchildren were a special part of his life. Danny Staley and Bro. Roger Bryant officiating. Burial followed in the Holloway Cemetery.

Helen Kidd, age 64, of Stearns, passed away Monday in Somerset. The family will receive friends after am Saturday. Hap Strunk Officiating. Burial Followed in the Angel Cemetery. She was born December 22, in Corbin, Kentucky. Peggy loved to crochet and knit, she collected cook books and was a cook at various restaurants.

Burial followed in the Angel Cemetery. Shirley worked at the Pentagon after High School as a secretary, was a homemaker, while raising children and worked 20 years at The Cabinet for Families and Children. Preceding her in death were her parents, and her husband, Colombus Heath. She is survived by two sons, Colombus E. Heath Jr. Earlene was of the Protestant faith and always had a desire to serve and live for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

She was a homemaker and loved traveling with her husband, John. She was a loving wife and mother who had a kind heart making everyone feel loved and special. Earlene will be missed by all who knew and loved her. She loved each of one of you. Funeral Services were held at a. Jeff Griffith, Bro. Ronald Canada and Bro.

David Rose officiating. Burial followed in Southern Oaks Cemetery. Burial followed in the Lower Hickory Grove Cemetery. The family will receive friends after pm Wednesday at the funeral home. Masonic Services were conducted at pm on Wednesday.


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Loretta is also survived by a host of additional nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends she loved dearly. Loretta was of the Baptist faith, having been saved at an early age. She was a homemaker who loved caring for her family. In her spare time she enjoyed working in her flower garden and playing bingo and scrabble.

Funeral services were held Monday, April 22, , at p. Burial followed at the Jones Cemetery. Johnson; and cousins, Kenny Bryant and Chasity Bryant. Survivors include her parents, Richard K. Cremation has been chosen. Burial followed in the Upper Cal Hill Cemetery. He was born in Honeybee, Kentucky on September 2, the son of T. Junior was a fire fighter for the US Forest Service, and loved the outdoors. Hayes, Mae Thompson, and Effie Goins precede him in death. Dow Goodin officiating. Burial followed in the Solomon Cemetery.

Roy had worked in the saw mill, had attended Dixie Freedom Baptist Church, loved the outdoors and his family. Johnny Corder and Bro. Scotty Corder officiated. Betty departed this life April 17, Chase Wilson and Bro. Burial was in the Jones Cemetery. She enjoyed teaching Sunday School and serving in other church activities. She graduated from Cumberland College and was a dedicated teacher in the McCreary County School System for twenty seven and a half years, retiring in Betty is survived by her beloved grandchildren, Dr.

He loved cars, especially classic cars, and was a skilled mechanic. He established a successful transmission business that he ran for more than 25 years in Pine Knot, Kentucky before eventually moving to Muncie, Indiana. Burial followed in Gardens of Memory Cemetery. She was born August 1, , in Sommerville, NJ. Caroldine was a factory sewing machine operator at the Shirt Factory. She enjoyed hiking, camping, painting, and drawing but her greatest love was her family. Burial followed in New Liberty Cemetery. Twanna enjoyed country music shows and her Panama, Florida Vacations.

Her parents and sister, Nedra Juwanna Foster precede her in death. Burial followed in the Sherd Dobbs Cemetery. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his brother, Edwin Musgrove. Also surviving are four young men whom Richard and Beverly raised as their own, Johnny, Daulton, Cody Ridner, and Michael Brooks and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Richard was a hard worker who did plumbing, construction, and excavating for many years. In his spare time, he loved being outdoors, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, and four-wheeling.

Richard also enjoyed playing cards with his friends. But above all, he enjoyed spending time with his beloved family. He will be greatly missed. Mike Casada officiating. Burial followed on Saturday at am at the Musgrove Cemetery Pine Knot Funeral Home is assisting the family with funeral arrangements. Riley A. Riley had worked for Kingsford Charcoal, enjoyed attending different churches, and loved riding around. Ben Jones officiating. Burial followed in the Keith-Morrow Cemetery.

Eddie was a coal miner and logger, a member of the Hilltop Baptist Church, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. His parents; and brother, Mark Hughes precede in death. Burial followed in the Mart Keith Cemetery.


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Dee Cox officiating. He had a great sense of humor and was liked by everyone. Royce was a machinist and worked for General Mills before his retirement. Golden R. Rollins, age 69 years, 13 days, widow of the late Amos Rollins Jr. She was born March 30, Golden was a homemaker who loved life, the outdoors and nature, she loved working in her flower garden.

In addition to her beloved husband, Amos Rollins Jr. Burial followed in the Eagle Creek Cemetery. Burial followed in Barren Fork Cemetery. Michael Larry Taylor, age 75 years 1 month, and 1 day, passed away Thursday, April 11, at his home in Lexington, Kentucky. Ronnie Decker officiating. Mike was a heavy equipment operator before his retirement.

Burial will follow in the Jones Cemetery. The family will receive friends after pm Friday, April 19, at the funeral home. Ricky L. Bybee, age 75 years and 20 days, passed away Sunday, April 7, at his home in Whitley City, Kentucky. Bobby Massengale and Bro. Harry Watters officiating. Burial followed in the Hazel Valley Cemetery.

Ricky served in the US Army and was a retired night watchman. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and was an excellent mechanic. Preceding him in death were his parents, his first wife, Nadine Bybee, seven brothers and a sister. Funeral Services were held Thursday, April 4, at pm with Bro. Bruce Dixon officiating. Violet was a member of Whitley City Church of God. She enjoyed caring for others, visiting and family time. Preceding her in death were her parents and her husband, Martin Hughes and her grandson Shane.

Survivors include two daughters, Gloria D. Estel Jones, Bro. Steven Jones and Bro. Kelly Tucker officiating. He enjoyed hunting, gardening, growing flowers, spending time with his family and going to church. Burial to follow in the New Liberty Cemetery. The family will receive friends Saturday after 12noon at the church. The family will receive friends for visitation on Friday after pm until service time. Burial will be held on Saturday at am at the Musgrove Cemetery Pine Knot Funeral Home assisted the family with funeral arrangements. Eckle loved deer hunting, selling, produce, and cutting meat.

Survivors include his wife, Cleta Morgan Bryant; son, Jay Bryant Carolyn ; daughters, Doris Goins Dave and Jennifer Butler all of Parkers Lake, Kentucky; brother Ledford Bryant of Cincinnati; 18 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren, 4 great-great grandchildren; and numerous others whom considered him grandpa. Ronnie Decker and Bro. Clay Cook officiating. Burial followed in the Bryant Family Cemetery. Burial will follow in the Holloway Cemetery. Landon Sexton, Bro. Thomas Branscum and Bro. Scott Corder officiating. Burial followed in the Boyatt Cemetery. Preceded in death by her parents, H.

Survivors include Alvilda Burke, who she raised from childhood and considered her daughter, two grandchildren, William C. Maxine worked as a cook for the McCreary County Board of Education for 57 years and was loved and respected by staff and students. She enjoyed painting ceramics, embroidery, quilting, cooking and singing. Maxine will be remembered for her total devotion to her family and loyalty to her friends Hickman-Strunk Funeral Home was honored to serve the family of Maxine Perry.

She was born in Revelo. Kentucky on November 17, the daughter of Ale O. Spradlin Jr. Helen loved singing gospel music and drinking root beer. Melvin Stephens and Bro. Donnie Silcox. Burial followed in the New Light Cemetery. Jim worked at Crown Products for many years until they closed and then at General Devices before he retired in Jim loved the outdoors, fishing, working on small engines, junking, spending time on the porch, working outside, watching Western movies, and visiting with family and those close to him.

He was known for being a wonderful, loving, funny, and generous man that would help anyone when needed and will be dearly missed by all. Pine Knot Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements. Lee Ann was an avid reader and great lover of words. For 20 years she coordinated Confederate Memorial Day services.

She was heavily involved in living history presentations in Brevard Schools and other civic events. Lee Ann was an expert in decorum and dress of 19th century America. She enjoyed growing orchids. She held yoga classes for her friends at her home and Lee Ann was interested in homeopathic herbs, foods, and aroma therapy.

She loved training, and showing, and riding horses. In accordance to Mr. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. She touched the lives of hundreds of students and leaves a lasting legacy. Carrol and Hurstil married and were married for over 55 years, until his passing. Together, they enjoyed traveling, taking their family on long, cross country road trips, eventually visiting all 50 states. Carrol enjoyed reading, singing, playing the piano, and had sang in the choir of many churches she attended. She was a member of the Stearns First Baptist Church. The family would like to express a special thank you to the employees of Signature Health and Rehabilitation Center for their care of Carrol over the past two years and to the family and friends who visited Carrol during her stay.

Funeral services were held Sunday, March 10, , at p. Vickery, James M. James was married to Betty Vickery for 52 years. James will be loved and cherished by a host of family and friends. Burial was in the Murton Wilson Family Cemetery. Georgie was a homemaker and was a member of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, canning and crocheting.


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Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, brother, Ackmon Creekmore and sister, Beatrice Burchett. Survivors include her sons, Murton L. Aker worked in the controls and instruments department of Proctor and Gamble for twenty seven years before his retirement. Aker was a credentialed minister in the Church of God, Cleveland Assembly for over sixty years.

He also had pastored the Loveland Church of God for twenty seven years as well as many other Churches of God in southwest Ohio and finished his ministry as an ordained Bishop. During his ministry, he performed countless weddings, baptisms, and funeral services. Aker also counseled and mentored many young ministers.

During his spare time, he loved to spend time with his family and enjoyed Sudoko. He also loved to tinker. Aker was always thinking and loved to invent things. He was a dedicated caregiver to our mother over the last few years and was also a committed husband to his wife of sixty three years. Preceding him in death were his parents, a brother, Don, and sisters, Juanita and Laverne. She was born March 22, , in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was the daughter of the late Ernest and Ruth Boreing Chesnut.

She loved attending her church, shopping at thrift stores, junk stores and yard sales, but above all she loved spending time with her family. In addition to her parents, Anna is preceded in death by brother, Carl Chesnut, and sister, Mary King. He enjoyed fishing, camping, UK Basketball, watching the Andy Griffith Show and nature shows, but his greatest love was his family.

Larry Coffey and Bro. Garredd Corder officiating. Passed away March 3, ,. Surviving her in death is 1 brother John Carter Jr. And 1 sister Joyce Carter Marcum. And several special nieces and nephews. She was a very hard worker and loved her family very much. She departed this world for the next at am on Sunday March 3rd, A graveside service will be held at Carter Cemetery on March 10th. She is loved and will be greatly missed. Sue was a member of the David Hill Church of God. In past time she enjoyed gardening, working word and number puzzles, and games on her computer.

Burial followed in the Davis Family Cemetery with Bro. Lindell Cornelius Kidd , of Cooperative, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday February 26, surrounded at home by his loving family following an extended illness. His two grandchildren, whom he thought the world of, Brody and Allyson Harness, will also mourn his passing but will cherish his love for a lifetime.

Lindell was an avid lover of music, especially Elvis. The family of Mr. Lindell Kidd would like to extend their deepest thanks and appreciation to the Hospice of Lake Cumberland for all their loving and tender care showed during this difficult time. Bruce Tucker and Bro. David Shepherd officiating. Burial was in Kidd-Coffey Cemetery. It is with great sadness that the family of Opal A. She enjoyed attending church and taught Sunday school for many years. Bobbie worked in the cafeteria at Landmark Christian School slipping a quarter to the kids who wanted an extra milk and showing the love of Christ through her example.

Bobbie loved mall walking with her friends, making dinner for family, thrift store shopping, and loving on her many grandchildren. Loving daughter of the late Isaiah and Ora Sims. Beloved wife of the late Earl New. Loving grandmother of 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. She had been a classroom and reading teacher during her career, spanning nearly 40 years in Kentucky and Ohio.

She and her late husband both felt a calling to return to Kentucky and contribute to the enrichment of students as public teachers after starting their careers in Ohio. She was an extremely dedicated teacher, often individualizing curriculums for the different learning styles of her students. She realized that the gift of reading was a key life skill for success; she remained passionate about reading even to her death.

She was preceded in death by her husband Dave Wright, also an educator, and her parents Perry and Mamie Price. She is survived by two children, Dr. She was a dedicated Christian servant and evangelist, often sharing the gospel and reminding wayward believers of their need to return to Christ and be engaged in a local church ministry. Father Mike Neal officiated. Bernice had worked as a supervisor for the American Bag Corporation for many years.

She greatly adored her grandchildren, who were the highlight of her life. Bernice enjoyed reading her bible and praying for others. She will be sadly missed. Funeral services were held Friday, February 22, , at p. She was laid to rest at the Hayes Creek Cemetery. Pine Knot Funeral Home assisted with the funeral arrangements. Claire Regional Medical in Morehead, Kentucky. Burial was in the Eagle Creek Cemetery. Ginger was a homemaker. She enjoyed reading and traveling. She also loved playing electronic games. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband David, whom she married April 29, , and her brother Bobby Taylor.

He proudly served in the United State Air Force as an airtraffic controller. He loved and never missed a Kentucky Wildcat college basketball game. No services are planned. Arrangements are in the care of Heckart Funeral Home.

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He enjoyed bowling, photography, and travelling. He is preceded in death by his parents and brother, Gene Strange. In accordance with his wishes he was cremated. Banty was a retired heavy equipment operator, was of the Church of God faith, and as his way of witnessing he visited the sick and would stay at grave services until the last shovel was used. He had enjoyed camping, fishing, gardening, flowers, pruning and trimming trees, and was an avid jokester.

The family will receive friends after pm Sunday at the funeral home. A gathering of family and friends will begin at Saturday at the funeral home.

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Burial will follow in the Coffey-Kidd Cemetery. The family will receive friends after pm Friday, March 1, Jackie Ray Gregory, Sr. He was the son of the late Skyler and Dovie Vaughn Gregory. He married Alpha Wolf Gregory and to this union 10 children were born. He is survived by: sons, Jackie Ray, Jr. Burial followed in the Bud Gregory Cemetery.

Hicks-Vaughn Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. He was formerly of Whitley City, Kentucky. Survivors include his sister, Wanda Worley Danny and numerous cousins. Interment will be private and at a later date. Online condolences may be made at: www. He was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his brother, Donovan Reeve. Per his wishes, cremation was chosen.

Burial was in the Bruce-Shepherd Cemetery. Shepherd and Bessie Ann Owens Shepherd. Gary served as a Lay Preacher for the Seventh-Day Adventist Church from the age of 21 and was ordained in into the ministry. He served as a full time Pastor in many churches in Eastern and Western Kentucky and was pastor of the Stearns Seventh Day Adventist Church at the time of his retirement. Gary also had a nursing home ministry locally for many years. He was a lover of animals, the outdoors, and the Kentucky Wildcats. Diana was a homemaker and a member of the United Apostolic Church.

She loved her family especially her grandchildren, going to church, and singing. Aaron Tucker and Bro. Tim Meadows officiating. Burial followed in the Sammy New Cemetery. James was a member of Beulah Heights Church of God. Dan Ridener officiating. Burial followed in the Sawyer Cemetery. Wilma Jean Jones Dobbs, age 78 years, three months and 11 days, passed away on Thursday, February 7, , at her home in Stearns, Kentucky. She was born October 27, , in the Slaven community of Stearns. She was united in marriage to the late Dester Dobbs on November 28, She enjoyed ginsenging, gardening, deer hunting, and being outdoors but especially spending time with her family and friends.

Funeral services were a. William Thomas Jones, Jr. William had worked in construction and was a member of the Sandhill United Baptist Church. He loved listening to music, fishing, family and friends time, and his building and working on cars. Rufus Hughes officiating. Burial followed in the Higginbotham Cemetery.

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After retiring, raising gardens and watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren were his greatest pleasures. These music publishers had hoped to further maximize the value of their copyright assets lyrics and melody in their existing music catalogs as the sale of compact disks diminished, and consumers switched their purchasing and listening habits to new digital formats in music technology such as the iPod. This book deals with the measurement of skewness, heavy tails and asymmetry in performance royalty income data in the music industry, an area that has received very little academic attention for various reasons.

In the art world, the value of an artist's work is sometimes revealed when the work is sold at auction. The main reason it is difficult to study art and culture from a royalty income perspective is that most of the income data at the individual level is often proprietary, and generally not made publicly available for economic analysis. This book is divided into two parts. The first part is a general introduction to the many supply and demand economic factors that are related to music performance royalty payments.

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