On Wednesday, March 6, Jaree Hall’s NES Scrapper Singers group visited the Arkansas State Capitol.
Representative Nate Steel speaks to 5th and 6th grade students Wednesday from Nashville. The students were sitting in the public gallery of the House of Representatives at the Arkansas State Capitol.
Representative Nate Steel with 5th and 6th grade students Wednesday from Nashville pose for a group photo on the House steps in the Arkansas State Capitol.
Historic Washington State Park will host the annual Jonquil Festival on March 14th-16th. There will be craft vendors, entertainment and all types of activities. General admission is free, with a $5 parking fee. For additional information call 870-983-2684. Photo by Jonathan Canaday.
The Scrapper baseball team defeated Redwater, Texas 7 to 6 to win the Ralph Gross Memorial Tournament on Saturday. Nashville scored seven runs on five hits and had two errors. The game had an exciting finish as the Scrappers came back in the bottom of the seventh inning with two runs to claim the win.
Jeff Gross, president of Pro-Day Baseball presented the all-tournament team awards, which included Kyler Lawrence, Alex Curry and Justin Reed. The most valuable player of the tournament was Nick Myers.
Several local fire departments Thursday afternoon responded to a large fire at a residence located at 2544 Highway 26 West. Center Point Fire Chief Dan Harding says owners Ronny and Susie Pounds reported that the fire started in the back room of the house. The call came in at 3:48 and firefighters say when they arrived, the fire quickly spread into the attic. Harding says they were unable to control it and the home was a total loss. Several nearby fire departments assisted including County Line, Dierks and Nashville. Crews were on scene until 11 last night. Thanks to the Nashville News for the photo.