City code, heavy trucks hot topics at Monday council meeting

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D.E. RAY Managing Editor NASHVILLE – A rather staid city council meeting turned quite contentious after concerns were raised by two council members Tuesday evening. After a largely unremarkable session in which city department heads reported little needing attention of the council, council member Monica Clark raised an issue of an unsightly property in her ward. Clark stated that the […]

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Celebrating Growth

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LUKE REEDER Staff Writer NASHVILLE – Tuesday marked the opening of a new addition to the Howard County Children Center Recycling Operation. Celebrated by a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, the HCCC opened the doors on the 4500 sqare foot add-on that boasts a line that will focus on recycling plastics. Along with now being able to recycle plastics, the […]

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Area robberies connected, police say

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D.E. RAY Managing Editor NASHVILLE – Nashville police have positively connected a break-in and theft at a local pharmacy to a ring of criminals who have been perpetrating similar crimes across southwest Arkansas. According to Assistant Chief Amy Marion, the group which stole from Nashville Drug early on Wednesday of last week were observed on video surveillance to have been […]

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Bonnerdale News 07/23/15

  Bonnerdale News By Karroll Morphew Happy birthday to Lexie Shewbart, Jeanice Davis, and Regina Watts, July 24, Tana Veasey, July 25, George Baker, Mark Small and Karson Robbins, July 26. As if the hot weather we are experiencing is not bad enough, the knowledge that after we make it through July, we still have August ahead of us. Generally […]

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The Early Files

Complied by Patsy Young 105 years ago: 1910 L. H. Coleman, Jr. was injured by a charge of dynamite Saturday morning, while engaged in blasting a well west of this city. Mr. Coleman and J. H. Norsworthy were engaged in the blasting, and a fuse had been lighted by Mr. Coleman, who then ran under a shed to prevent the […]

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Info sought on drug store burglary

The Nashville Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects in a theft at Nashville Drug. According to Assistant Chief Amy Marion, the Main St. business was broken into early Wednesday via shattered glass on the north side of the building. An undisclosed quantity of medicine is reported as having been taken from the structure. Marion said the […]

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