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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...

Tryouts April 21 for UA Cossatot’s men’s basketball club

The University of Arkansas Cossatot will hold a Men’s Club Basketball tryout on Saturday, April 21, from 1-3:00 p.m. at the old Nashville High...

Dillard’s store leader named Easterseals Arkansas of Year

William T. “Bill” Dillard, II, chairman of Arkansas-born department store Dillard’s, is this year’s honoree for Easterseals Arkansas’s Arkansan of the Year. The annual gala...

Veterans Appreciation Breakfast April 28

The Eagles in Nashville will host a Veterans Appreciation Breakfast on Saturday, April 28, from 8-10 a.m. The breakfast will be free to all veterans...

Umpire student lands role in SAU’s production of ‘Hairspray’

Southern Arkansas University Theatre is set to perform “Hairspray” at Harton Theatre from April 19-22. Students from this area who are involved include the following: Rachel...

Umpire tornado rated EF-1

There were no injuries and little residential damage, Friday night, April 13 when a tornado raked across northern Howard County. In the Umpire area, chicken...

Murfreesboro City Council approves ‘tourism tax’ that excludes town’s eateries

By John Balch News-Leader staff The Murfreesboro Chamber of Commerce wanted more. But, Murfreesboro City Council members said they had heard enough concerns from locals about the...

Beekeepers make book donation to Howard County Library

Kay Brayton and James Jones (from left) of the South Arkansas Beekeepers Association recently donated 20 new books to the Howard County Library. Accepting...