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Lonnie William "Bill" Warnick, 57, of Nashville, passed away on Thursday, August 14, 2014

August 18, 2014 - 9:26am -- dsharwell

Lonnie William "Bill" Warnick, 57, of Nashville, passed away on Thursday, August 14, 2014 in Texas. He was born on August 1, 1957 in Glenwood, AR, the son of Lonnie Warnick and Ella Sue (Echols) Myers. Mr. Warnick was a Veteran of the Army, and a member of the Sevier County Riding Club. He was preceded in death by his stepfather C.C. Myers; two brothers, Donnie Warnick and Robert Boyd Warnick.

Mike Pinson, 75, of Daisy passed away August 14, 2014

August 15, 2014 - 5:09pm -- cg.harding@hotm...

Thomas "Mike" Pinson, age 75, of Daisy, died Thursday, August 14, 2014. He was born on March 20, 1939, at Langley, the son of Tom Dave Pinson and Lois Bessie Morphew Pinson. On November 14, 1964, he was married to Sandra Austin. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Laura Golden; his parents; four sisters, Vernell Risner, Russia Taylor, Lois Dean and Lonita Ledbetter; and his step-father, Fletcher Woodall. A United States Army veteran, he retired from Domtar in Ashdown and served as an Elder of the Daisy Church of Christ.

Local man stays busy running area’s only upholstery shop

Travis Mack has a habitual smile and twinkling eyes as his deft hands slit seams with a razor or guide heavy fabric through the teeth of the machine that sets even, exacting stitches in what will be a bucket seat for a car. He spins out stories about his family, his work, his neighbors as the thread unspools from the bobbin.
“I did a ‘55 Chevy, and we put the ‘bowtie’ in the seats. That was for a man in Prescott. Really nice job,” he said in a recent interview, while snipping a loose thread and indicating a picture of the project that he had saved.

Lockesburg council continues discussion on new sales tax

The group heard from several guests prior to going into the business portion of their meeting, two of which touched on the proposed tax. Dr. Steve Cole with Cossatot Community College made remarks in support of the tax. For more on Cole’s remarks, see the front page of today’s Nashville News.
Lockeburg resident Charles Nash spoke against the tax, saying that it would cost him an additional $50 per year.

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