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Tuesday Market at Radio Station June 27

A trial Tuesday market is being held each week at Southwest Arkansas Radio (1513 South 4th Street in Nashville).  Each market features a handful of vendors and you are encouraged to stop by and purchase local produce.

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New Radio Transmission Tower

Work is underway for construction of a new radio transmission tower at the KMTB/KNAS/KBHC studios on South 4th Street in Nashville. Our previous tower collapsed during a severe thunderstorm in the early morning hours of May 28th.

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4H District O Rama

Recently, 14 Howard County 4-H’ers participated in the Ouachita District O’Rama held in Malvern. Howard County was represented well! Competitors were divided up into junior and senior divisions, depending on their age. Also, 14 members were recognized as District Record Book winners. Senior aged winners are eligible to compete in …

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Junior 4-H Animal Science Talk Winners

Congrats to the Top 5 Junior Animal Science talk winners at the Ouachita District 4-H O’Rama! 1st- Bailey C. Pike County 2nd- Lyndon Y. Little River County 3rd- Natalee S. Union County 4th- Sara S. Howard County 5th- Hunter H. Nevada County

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HCSO Deputy Chosen to Serve on Honor Guard

Cpl. Michael Braddock of Hempstead County has been chosen to serve on the Arkansas Sheriff’s Association’s Honor Guard The Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association Honor Guard is an organization made up of deputies from all over Arkansas who have volunteered their time to serve as stewards to law enforcement functions throughout the …

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Pike County 4-Her is State Winner

Andy Jackson of Pike County is the state winner of the senior division of the 4-H Wildlife Plot Project. The project provides an opportunity for Arkansas Junior and Senior 4-Hers to demonstrate their skills with preparing, establishing, maintaining and observing a small wildlife food plot using provided seed for the …

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Nashville Fire Department Rotary Program

  Nashville Fire Marshal Jerry Harwell talked to the Nashville Rotary club on Wednesday. Harwell joined the department in 1990 and became administrative fire chief in 2004. The fire department was established in 1924. Harwell says in the past that the department would average about 100 calls per year. Possibly …

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4-H Day of Archeology

Recently, a group of Howard County 4-H’ers attended the 4-H Day of Archeology at Old Washington State Park. The members learned how archeology is used to preserve our past and learned about the tools of the trade at this day camp. Through hands-on activities they learned to categorize artifacts, interpret …

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Nashville Shooting Sports at State

Braden Fritts, Alayna Cook, Landon Dyer, Wren Washburn, and Tanner Harris made to the 3rd round and placed in the top 16 trap teams (beat by two birds) for state during competition beating out hundreds of other teams across the state.  Submitted photo.

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