Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Nashville News

Post date: Mar 4 2015 - 3:08pm

NASHVILLE - A Hope man who was arrested on a theft charge in Bowie County, Texas early this year now faces an additional charge stemming from a local investigation.

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Post date: Mar 4 2015 - 9:18am

MINERAL SPRINGS - A Nashville man was arrested on drug charges early Wednesday morning.

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Post date: Mar 4 2015 - 8:52am
NASHVILLe - Class A state tournament play kicked off Tuesday with a six game slate including Nemo Vista, Cado Hills, Acorn, Wonderview, Izard County, Alpena, Bay, Kingston, Armorel and Scranton.
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Post date: Mar 3 2015 - 3:40pm
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson is launching his new website March 27, and we need your help. We want to show Arkansas from your perspective. 
Professional and amateur photographers alike are encouraged to participate. Send us photographs that emphasize a setting and a place: Main Streets, Town Squares, iconic buildings and landscapes … anything that shouts Arkansas!
As much as we love your pictures of flowers and dogs, we’re looking for images of what makes Arkansas, Arkansas. You know what we mean. Have fun with it and thanks for your help!
Visit to submit your photo(s). The deadline for submission is March 23, 2015.
Governor Hutchinson issued the following statement: 
“Arkansas is known for its scenic landscapes and natural beauty, but The Natural State is also home to unique cities and towns and historic landmarks. Help me showcase our one-of-a-kind locations in the state, and I’ll feature them on my website.”
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Post date: Mar 3 2015 - 3:14pm
LITTLE ROCK -- On March 12-13, women from across the state will come together for the Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference and Tradeshow. 
The Conference will be held at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel, 2 Riverfront Drive, North Little Rock.  
The agenda, registration and hotel information are available at
An exciting addition to this year’s meeting is the inclusion of keynote speaker Stephanie Buckley better known as The Park Wife, owner of The Women Bloggers. 
Stephanie is a grower of vegetables, flowers, and community. She is the founder of Arkansas Women Bloggers (ARWB), a community of over 700 women designed to gather, grow, and connect bloggers/social media influencers in our state. She is also the content provider for Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Taste Arkansas blog.
We are excited to offer information on a variety of topics through our Traditional Conference Track including: food safety, professional development, estate planning, beekeeping, community gardening, agritourism, eminent domain, and invasive species. These presentations will feature experts in each of these areas from around the state.
Also this year the ARWIA conference is offering a full day social media training focused specifically on “telling your story” to build on the theme of our 2014 conference keynote topic featuring Dairy Carrie. The Women Bloggers/Arkansas Women Bloggers will present four sessions with Stephanie Buckley, The Park Wife, taking the lead being assisted by several of the best bloggers in Arkansas focusing on the following workshops: Cultivating Your Farm Online, Yes, You Need a Blog; Building a Facebook Farm Page; Starting with Twitter; Picture Yourself Using Instagram.
Vendors will be on hand to answer questions and provide information from the Arkansas Agriculture Department, the National Ag Law Center, Farm Credit, as well as many others.
For more information, contact Melissa Beck at 870-887-2818.
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Post date: Mar 3 2015 - 12:01pm
NASHVILLE - A De Queen man was arrested Sat., Feb. 21 on allegations of domestic abuse.
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Post date: Mar 3 2015 - 11:59am
NASHVILLE – Etc. Boutique is looking to close its doors.
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Post date: Mar 3 2015 - 11:44am
Sevier, Howard, and Polk Counties in Arkansas have a great untapped resource and that is the great number of residents who are bilingual in English and Spanish. Tyson Foods has a four-story modern office building in Grannis, Arkansas and it is entirely possible that this building could be put to use by a company other than Tyson that could offer employment for these bilingual citizens. 
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