Man enters ‘not guilty’ plea to terroristic threatening charge

TERRICA HENDRIX | Reporter NASHVILLE – An Umpire man was arraigned in circuit court for terroristic threatening and resisting arrest. Brady O’Neal, 24, of Umpire, was arraigned on terroristic threatening first degree and resisting arrest and entered a not guilty plea Sept. 23 before Howard County Circuit Court Judge Tom Cooper. The judge ordered O’Neal to return on Dec. 9 […]

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Early Files

Compiled by Patsy Young 119 years ago: 1896 If the weather permits a bulletin board will be put up on the street and all election news will be written on it. If the weather is bad the board will be put in a building where all the crowd, may be accommodated. The election returns will begin coming in by 10 […]

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Local auctioneer to preside over historical buildings’ sale in Nashville


  HISTORIC BUILDINGS IN NASHVILLE, ARKANSAS TO BE AUCTIONED NASHVILLE — Two of Nashville’s most beautiful and historic buildings on North Main Street are up for public auction on Thursday, October 8, at 10 a.m. under local award winning auctioneer Nick Fowler. Longtime local business people Greg and Christy Nunley, owners of the popular “Main Street Musician Supply”, has moved […]

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Pot crop results in two arrests


A three month investigation involving a host of local law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of two Mena men recently. According to a statement by Montgomery County Sheriff David White, law enforcement authorities arrested Forrest Crowley and Robert “Rooster” Hamilton, both of Mena, for manufacturing a schedule VI controlled substance, a class C felony. Sheriff White stated that the […]

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