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Reception for outgoing 4-H program assistant

Howard County 4-H Program Assistant Tina Williams is leaving the extension office for a new job (pictured third from left). A reception took place on Thursday at the courthouse for her. Williams has worked in the position for the past four years and the staff appreciates everything she has done …

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Senator Teague Award

The Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys Association recognized Senator Larry Teague with the Advocate of Justice Award for his work in support of victims of crime and prosecution efforts during the 91st General Assembly.  Teague received the award at the Association’s Elected Prosecutor Board Meeting, held on December 8, 2017, at the …

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Nashville Fireman of the Year

The Nashville Fire Department hosted their annual Christmas party on Tuesday. Kenton Miller received this year’s Fireman of the Year award. Miller has served with the department a little over a year after transferring in and says he really enjoys giving back to the community- having worked with several other …

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Soup with the Superintendent

Soup with the Superintendent- The Nashville School District hosted an open forum for the public/parents Tuesday at lunch to discuss concerns and take suggestions on the needs of the district. A variety of ideas included improving security, a performing arts center and a curriculum coordinator.

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Delight Elementary Christmas Program

It’s that time again to spread some holiday cheer and it started at Delight Elementary. The students worked very hard preparing to sing their songs at the performance. It would not be Christmas without hearing this group sing. From snowflakes to piano and guitar solo’s these guys rocked the house.  …

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Mboro WWI Memorial Tree Planting

Nearly 72,000 Arkansans served in the U.S. military during World Wars I and II. On Thursday (December 7), the citizens of Murfreesboro gathered to plant a willow oak in commemoration of 100 years since World War I.  Congressman Bruce Westerman photo.

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Former Hospital Building in Nashville Comes Down

Demolition crews tore down the remainder of the old section of the former Howard Memorial Hospital building on Thursday. Much of the debris will be buried at the site. Howard County Judge Kevin Smith says the newer section in the back of the property will be gutted and bids will …

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