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NHS sophomores tell of recent visit to Rotary camp

By John R. Schirmer News-Leader staff Two Nashville High School sophomores who recently attended the RYLA camp at Ferndale told about their experiences at the April...

Damaged cemetery in need of help after April 13 twister

By John Balch News-Leader staff UMPIRE - When the keepers of the Old Brown-Ralls Lost Cemetery arrived on the cemetery grounds following the April 13 tornado,...

SW Arkansas regional archives to host genealogy symposium

The Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives (SARA), a branch of the Arkansas State Archives (ASA), and the Arkansas Genealogical Society will host “Tracing Your Arkansas...

HCCC executive put on leave; no financial concerns, board chairman says

By Louie Graves News-Leader staff The veteran administrator at the Howard County Children’s Center has been placed on paid administrative leave while a Little Rock law...

Obituary: James ‘Jet’ Edwin Tallant, 71, of Nashville

James “Jet” Edwin Tallant, age 71 of Nashville, passed away, Friday, April 20, 2018 at his home. He was born March 5, 1947 in...

Mine Creek Revelations by Louie Graves: The Time is Right

STRIKE WHILE THE IRON is hot. That’s a clever saying I just made up. And it is fitting for right now while the mayor has...

NHS dinner production ‘Dinner at Eight, Dead by Nine’ April 26

The Nashville High School Drama Class will present “Dinner at Eight, Dead by Nine” Thursday, April 26, in the NHS cafeteria. Doors will open at...

Area peach crops survive storm, cold

“We have peaches,” owners Joey and Lou Jamison say of their orchard which was blitzed by 31 degree temperatures a week ago. Growth of surviving...

UA Cossatot appoints Pinkerton to board

The University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees, in a regularly scheduled meeting, ratified the appointment of Tim Pinkerton to the University of Arkansas...