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Murfreesboro Senior Class Fundraiser

Murfreesboro Senior Class is selling raffle tickets for this awesome homemade cedar chest valued at $500. Drawing will be October 6th at homecoming! See any senior to get your tickets.

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Tyson Foods Sponsors UA Cossatot Orientation Meals

Tyson Foods, Inc. of Nashville sponsored meals for Colt Kicker new student orientation events at the University of Arkansas Cossatot. The Tyson Foods Nashville Hospitality Team provided smoked chicken to over 350 UA Cossatot new students, staff, and faculty for the orientation week. Tyson Foods Broiler Account Hayden Luker (pictured) …

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Free Prostate Screening Event September 5

Before Wednesday’s Nashville Rotary club program, Leslie Reeder and Dr. Clay Ferguson briefly gave an update on an upcoming prostate screening at the Howard County Christian Health Clinic. The free screening and education event will be held on Tuesday, September 5th from 4 until 7 p.m.

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Museum Presentation at Rotary

Howard County Historical Society President Freddie Horne gave an update on the EA Williams Chapel and Museum to the Nashville Rotary club on Wednesday. Pack the Park Car Show will be September 9th, 2017 at the Nashville City Park. Open class car show for cars and trucks. Divided by year: …

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Mineral Springs Good Neighbor Award

Judy Cassady received the Mineral Springs Good Neighbor Award at the city council meeting this evening. City Recorder/Treasurer April Nail said the city polled several educators at the school and each one talked about the good things that Cassady does.

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Umpire Senior Breakfast

Umpire High School Senior Breakfast Monday at Wildcat Den- From left to right: Jacob McCoy, Kaden Strasner, Junior Dunson, Luis Salinas, Junior Perez, Khristian Ratliff, Lyndsey Thomas, Riley Wooten, Meagan McCarley. Not pictured: Dillon Gurley, Griselda Salinas, Alicia Salinas, Kacie miles, and Monty Loyd. Photo submitted by: Amanda Mullen Strasner.   …

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