UPDATE WITH AUDIO / INTERVIEW: Friends of the Stones River Battlefield are not exactly happy about a brand-new distribution center moving into the battlefield area in Murfreesboro. The property in question is at 2150 Northwest Broad Street.
The Stones River National Battlefield offers lantern tours of the Stones River National Cemetery during the summer months, with the next tour scheduled for June 18 at 7:45 p.m.
Ed Davis, Director of Special Projects and Mike Liles, President of the Friends of Stones River National Battlefield presented to Walmart and Store Manager Tim Fox a Certificate of Appreciation for all their help this past 'Cleanup Day at the Park' last month on April 16.
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that nearly 265,000 visitors to Stones River National Battlefield in 2015 spent $15.2 Million in communities near the park. That spending supported 242 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $20.6 Million.
The Friends of Stones River National Battlefield have been awarded the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) "Every Day Event" Grant for 2016.
The African American Heritage Society of Rutherford County, the Friends of the Stones River National Battlefield and the Stones River National Battlefield are joining together to celebrate Black History Month with a series of special events.
During the month of September, Stones River National Battlefield invites all 4th grade students to visit the park as part of the White House's Every Kid in a Park program.
Retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber, MTSU's senior adviser for veterans and leadership initiatives, will be speaking during the 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, Stones River National Battlefield and Cemetery events to commemorate Memorial Day.
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 272,500 visitors to Stones River National Battlefield in 2014 spent $15,282,000 in communities near the park. That spending supported 246 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $20,660,000.
Stones River National Battlefield and eleven local partners will host a major volunteer event on Saturday April 11, 2015 that will kick-off our community's celebration of the National Park Service Centennial.
From the battlefield to the home front, music played an important role in the lives of Americans as they struggled through four years of civil war.
Lunch will be provided by Walmart and the Friends of Stones River National Battlefield.
They are some of Tennessee’s most pristine areas, and a new study shows National Parks are not just great places to spend the day but also major drivers of the local economy.
Scouting and other youth groups are invited to place flags on more than 7,000 headstones in Stones River National Cemetery.
Persons in the Riverbend area and along Thompson Lane near the river were concerned Thursday with the heavy smoke in the air.
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