Lucas Liggin received the Rotary club’s Most Valuable Player award during Saturday’s Scrapper Football Banquet. Liggin also received the Outstanding Defensive Linebacker award and had 86 total tackles this football season. He is also a permanent team captain. Nashville ended the year with a 10-2 record. The Rotary club has sponsored the football banquet since 1944. This was the 57th year for the club to present the Most Valuable Player award, which is the top award presented during the banquet. Also pictured is club president Jimmy Dale. For more photos, click here.
The Howard County 4-H BBQ Bowl took place on the grounds of Southwest Arkansas Radio on Saturday. All of the money raised supports 4-H educational programs in Howard County.
New Nashville Scrapper head football coach Mike Volarvich was introduced to the community during basketball games held on Friday at Scrapper Arena. Also pictured is Volarvich’s wife Lauren and their three children, Mischa Elizabeth, Aubrey Lou and their newest addition Gavin Layne.
Nashville High School FFA officers gave a program at Wednesday’s Nashville Rotary meeting. The students included, from left, Jessica Murphy, Chase Morgan, Kelsey Hockaday, Audra Hughes, Erica Linville, chapter president Nicole Smith, and John Raulerson. Photo by Louie Graves of the Nashville Leader.
Before Tuesday’s city council meeting, Nashville Mayor Billy Ray Jones swore in alderman Mike Milum who was absent from the swearing in ceremony held at the first of the month. Donny Woods was also sworn in to serve another term as park commissioner. Steve Tate was sworn in as a park commissioner to replace Josh Tice.
Scrapperettes 66 Arkadelphia 25
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