Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Nashville News

Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 12:13pm
NASHVILLE - The hospitality table at this Friday’s Howard County Farmers’ Market will be sponsored by the Pleasant Valley Masonic Lodge.  They are unique to the Nashville area and are very civic minded, giving scholarships to graduates from Nashville, Mineral Springs and Dierks schools each year.  The lodge also supports the Children’s Hospital, the Sheriffs’ Youth Ranch and many other works of charity.
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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 12:06pm
DIERKS - A new water ordinance will be passed next month, according to discussion among city aldermen at Monday night’s meeting. 
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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 12:04pm

MINERAL SPRINGS - The Mineral Springs city council approved city recorder/treasurer April Nail to enroll the city in a fuel plan during their regular monthly meeting Monday evening in a move to help the city reduce costs.

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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 11:59am
Mineral Springs High School counselor Jeanette Lampkins was selected and received a plaque honoring her as the Southwest Arkansas School Counselor of the Year at the Arkansas School Counselor’s Conference in Hot Springs during the Annual July Arkansas Counselor’s Summer Conference. 
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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 11:53am
The week of Sept. 7-14 has been proclaimed by Governor Mike Beebe as “Direct Support Professional Recognition Week,” and is meant to honor those who work with special needs individuals. 
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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 11:49am
NASHVILLE - Early voting is now underway for a number of school board elections taking place in Howard County. There are four contested races during this cycle: one in Dierks and three in Mineral Springs, where the board is being replaced in its entirety.
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Post date: Sep 11 2014 - 11:46am
NASHVILLE - Two local men were arrested this week in connection with a pair of alleged burglaries and thefts.
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Post date: Sep 9 2014 - 11:03am
NASHVILLE - A Glenwood woman accused of making multiple attempts at smuggling contraband to her jailed boyfriend was sentenced to prison on charges stemming from the incidents Wednesday in Howard County Circuit Court.
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