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8th Annual Special Kids Race

The 8th Annual Special Kids Race, presented by Murfreesboro Medical Clinic, was another huge success this year, thanks in-part to the weather cooperating and giving runners cool, dry conditions!

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Gatsby Party

If you attended the 6th Annual Alzheimer’s Association’s Gatsby Party, you probably would agree – that the party seemed to hit a bigger, better, faster gear this year! Stunning views of the city from atop the new View at the Fountains was a definite plus, adding to all the glitz and glam.

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The Green Tie Affair and Casino Night

Friends and supporters of The Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra, decked out in their fi nest green, gathered at Stones River Country Club and were greeted with the news that they were being evacuated from the ballroom due to tornado warnings.

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Barker Family Thrives in Country Living

When Dr. Grey Barker and his wife Rhiannon set out about five years ago to look for their next home for their growing family, they had a clear vision for what they wanted. Their needs were quite simple — their perfect home would include space, inside and out, and a country setting where they could enjoy all of their favorite things.

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VIProfile: Karen Nixon

Murfreesboro native Karen Summar Nixon has a heart for service and it shines bright via her role with Adoption Assistance, Inc. It’s fair to say Karen’s beliefs and attitude in regards to the subject of adoption were formed early on in a very positive way.

Dreaming of a Life without Limits

While most people think of “work” and “play” as incompatible, Dana Cox has found a clever way to combine the two. Cox is a licensed occupational therapist and the owner of DreamCatchers Therapy Services in Murfreesboro.

April Issue

Editor's Letter

We’ve made it! Through the crazy winter of cold RAIN, RAIN and more RAIN we have survived. Honestly, there were times when I was questioning whether I’d come out on the other side. I do love a good, hard, cleansing rain (while sitting in my sunroom by the fire), but days upon days and weeks upon weeks are a little much. 

People & Places

Webb Welcomes Thomas as Director of Parent Giving and Donor Relations

Michelle Thomas, a development professional, has joined The Webb School as director of parent giving and donor relations. Thomas, a Murfreesboro resident, graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication with minors in English and physical education.


United Way Red, White and Bayou

The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties is gearing up for its 10th annual signature fundraising event, Red, White, and Bayou. For more than 60 years, the United Way has been the unifying force that brings together community leaders, organized labor, faith-based groups, corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government to positively change community conditions. 

Real Estate VIPS

Kristi Miller

Kristi Miller is a passionate real estate advisor with Southern Homes Real Estate, where she is co-owner and principal broker, who loves walking people through the facets of life where real estate is the focus.

Upcoming Events


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April 26, 2019

The Hometown Heroes Walk for Children will be held on Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza, downtown on the square. Registration will start at 11:00 a.m., speakers at 11:45 a.m., and the walk will begin at 12:00 p.m.


April 26, 2019

Fairway to Hope is a golf tournament benefiting Doors of Hope. This tournament will take place at Champions Run Golf Course on April 26th at 11:30 am.


April 26–May 5, 2019

Six awkward spelling champions learn that winning (and losing) isn't everything. Rated PG-13 for scenes with sexual references and profanity.