Volunteer Group Will Help Grow Refugee Resettlement in Murfreesboro

  The refugee assistance organization “Murfreesboro Roots for Refugees”(MR4R) is busy providing services to refugees being resettled in Rutherford County. MR4R has taken over refugees abandoned in Murfreesboro by the World Relief resettlement agency. It was announced during the March MR4R meeting that they were assisting 17 families that totaled over…

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The Tennessee Star Celebrates Its TWO MILLIONTH Visit

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  The Tennessee Star announced via Twitter Tuesday its online news site has been visited a whopping TWO MILLION times since its launch earlier this year. Today we had our TWO MILLIONTH visit to the since our launch Feb 6. Thank you, Tennessee – you're the BEST! — Tennessee…

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Soros-Funded Groups Fight to Stop Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission

President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission announced late Monday it’s temporarily suspending its collection of voter data from states following a lawsuit by the Electronic Privacy Information Center. The Electronic Privacy Information Center had asked for a temporary restraining order in its July 3 suit, saying the commission should have…

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Metro Nashville Police Help People Beat the Heat With Free Ice Cream Treats

Tuesday was a scorching hot day, but some Nashvillians got a chance to cool off thanks to police officers handing out free ice cream. Donations from Thrivent Financial enabled officers to travel around the North Precinct to give away frozen treats. They were joined on their mission by representatives from…

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Mark Halperin: Trump ‘Tougher’ on Russia Than Previous Presidents

Author and senior NBC News political analyst Mark Halperin said that in many ways, President Donald Trump’s administration has “been tougher” on Russia than those of his predecessors, during an interview Wednesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show.” The cloud of Russia-collusion allegations has hung over Trump’s presidency ever since reports…

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