Friday, March 27, 2015

Nashville News

Post date: Mar 19 2015 - 1:31pm
DIERKS - The Dierks Lady Outlaws took a big win against the Horatio Lady Lions Monday afternoon in a game that was decided almost from the first.
 
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Post date: Mar 19 2015 - 1:27pm
NASHVILLE - In a very busy week of play, the Nashville Scrappers saw mixed results, winning three of a four game series played largely at Wilson Park.
 
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Post date: Mar 19 2015 - 12:25pm
NASHVILLE - The Nashville Scrapperettes squared off against the Bryant Lady Hornets Monday and the Arkansas High Lady Diamond Hogs Tuesday.
 

 

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Post date: Mar 19 2015 - 12:22pm
NASHVILLE - The Nashville Scrapperettes squared off against the Bryant Lady Hornets Monday and the Arkansas High Lady Diamond Hogs Tuesday.
 

 

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Post date: Mar 19 2015 - 12:22pm
NASHVILLE - The Nashville Scrapperettes squared off against the Bryant Lady Hornets Monday and the Arkansas High Lady Diamond Hogs Tuesday.
 

 

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Post date: Mar 18 2015 - 12:56pm
NASHVILLE - A local man was arrested Tuesday on allegations of fourth degree sexual assault.
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Post date: Mar 18 2015 - 11:25am
NASHVILLE -- The Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) will conduct an area meeting on Tuesday March 24,at the Howard County Fairgrounds in Nashville.
There will be a small trade show of cattle industry-related vendors beginning at 4:30 p.m. that will include a presentation by Mark Campbell of Merial on their products. Merial’s owner, Randy Schilling, is one of the event’s major sponsors. 
The evening will conclude with a meal and demonstration of cattle related products.
“This is our regular Area Spring Conference. All ACA members or those interested in joining in Area 3 (which includes Howard, Montgomery, Pike, Polk, Scott and Sevier counties) are welcomed to attend for a free steak dinner,” said Carson Horn, state director of communications for Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association. 
Associate sponsors for the event include returning sponsors Mix30, MultiminUSA, and Safe Money Advisors as well as Ozark Oak Charcoal and Cypress Valley Meats. 
All guests are asked to please RSVP as soon as possible by calling the ACA office at 501-224-2114. 
“Also, be sure to bring a to donate or be prepared to bid on a pie for the Arkansas CattleWomen’s pie auction,” added Horn.
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Post date: Mar 18 2015 - 11:19am
LITTLE ROCK — Applications are now available to high school students for the summer 2015 M*A*S*H camps. These camps will be located at 34 mostly rural medical facilities throughout Arkansas.  Three new host facilities have been added this year: Dallas County Medical Center in Fordyce, Drew Memorial Hospital in Monticello and ASU Mountain Home.
The two-week M*A*S*H camps are designed to expose rising high-school juniors and seniors to healthcare-related vocations. Most of the camps are conducted at rural medical centers in hopes of attracting local students. 
“The MASH program gives students an inside look at various medical professions and is designed to spark students’ interest in the medical field,” said Jennifer Victory, rural health specialist for Arkansas Farm Bureau. “The idea is that future medical students from a rural background are more likely to return to their roots.”
Applications are available through school guidance counselors or by contacting the M*A*S*H director in your area. 
The local list of camp locations, with directors, is listed below:
• Arkadelphia, Baptist Health Medical Center, David Hennesee (870) 245-1242
• Hot Springs, Mercy Hospital, Karen Milholen (501) 622-4578
• Mena, Mena Regional Health System, Pam Posy (479) 243-2135
• Nashville, Howard Memorial Hospital, Sonia Bunyard, (870) 779-6262
For the full listing of camps across the state, please visit www.arfb.com/media-communications/press-releases/2015/applications_avail...
County Farm Bureau organizations and the Arkansas Medical Mentor Partnership sponsor students so they may attend the camps at no cost. The partnership includes the University of Arkansas for Medical Science’s Regional Centers, Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Arkansas Farm Bureau, Baptist Health and the Arkansas Health Department’s Office of Oral Health.
More information on the M*A*S*H program can be obtained by contacting Amber Marshall with UAMS, (501) 686-6188, or Jennifer Victory of Arkansas Farm Bureau, (501) 228-1269.  
Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private advocacy organization of more than 190,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.
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