The annual 2019 Murfreesboro Veterans Day program was held the 11th hour, 11th day and 11th month in the historic second floor courtroom of the Rutherford County Courthouse. New Murfreesboro resident Major General William Hickman, who retired from the U.S. Army ten days ago, was the guest speaker.
The grand marshals for this year's event are Navy Veteran Rhonda Pinkerman, and Army Veterans Renee B. Fancher and Bill J. Wilson.
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.
The annual Veterans Day Tribute was held on the Murfreesboro square at 11:00 o'clock Friday morning. Skies were sunny with a slight breeze, and temperatures were in the upper 40s.
City Hall and other City offices will be closed Friday, Nov 10, 2017, for Veterans Day, a day to honor the heroism and sacrifice of our nation's veterans.
The Veteran's Day ceremony around the Historic Rutherford County Courthouse celebrated its twentieth anniversary this Veterans Day, and WGNS celebrated its twentieth consecutive year of broadcasting this moving event.
City Hall and other City offices will be closed Friday, Nov 11, 2016, for Veterans Day, a day to honor the heroism and sacrifice of our nation's veterans.
The day will be all about America's veterans.
November 11th is a day we set aside to honor our country's veterans. This year is no different. Several events are scheduled.
Several Rutherford County schools are hosting activities to honor our veterans for Veteran's Day. The following is a list of those activities.
Volunteers are working on a new tradition in Murfreesboro. We are told by Shawn McFarland that a Veterans Day Parade is scheduled to take place in November!
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