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Howard County 4-H Bread and Cookie Contest

Howard County 4-H recently held its annual Bread and Cookie Contest. The participants entered homemade muffins, cookies, yeast breads, and quick breads. The judges scored the entries based on standards such as appearance, texture and flavor. Pictured front row: Emmie Trombley, Payeton Bagley, Lily Trombley, Connor Bagley. Middle row: Abbie …

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Forestry Commission Assists in Planting Trees at FUMC

The Arkansas Forestry Commission in Howard County on Wednesday assisted in planting twelve pine trees at the First United Methodist Church in Nashville (Hollis Hughes pictured in center) to replace several trees that were blown down during the 2015 tornado that hit Nashville.

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Arkansas Senate Wins Charity Basketball Game

The Arkansas Senate defeated the Arkansas House of Representatives during the 5th Annual Hoops for Kids’ Sake Charity Basketball Game on Tuesday, Feb 21.  The event benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Bryant and Saline County as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas.  Senator Larry Teague …

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NHS Boys Girls State Delegates

Nashville High School Boys/Girls State Delegates 2017 Olivia Herzog Caleb Newton Rykia Swift Hunter Burton Peyton Dodd Garrett Lance Monique Flores Malcom Campbell Alyssa Rather Zackary Williams

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Chamber Banquet

Gail Hearnsberger received the 2016 Woman of the Year award and John Robert Schirmer received the 2016 Man of the Year award at Monday’s Nashville Chamber of Commerce Banquet.

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NHS FFA

The Nashville High School FFA horse evaluation and land judging teams traveled to DeQueen on Friday for the Colts Classic.

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Pike County Attends 4-H Day at Capitol

Eight Pike County 4-H teens attended 4-H Day at the Capitol on Thursday.  They learned about how a bill becomes a law, toured the Capitol grounds, watched a House session, and met their legislators…including Representative Justin Gonzales and Senator Larry Teague.

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