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Driver’s tests suspended at Murfreesboro

The Arkansas State Police have suspended driver’s license testing for the summer months in Murfreesboro until further notice. The tests will continue to be offered...

Murfreesboro High registration Aug. 7

Registration for Murfreesboro High School students will be held Tuesday, Aug. 7. 7th Grade 8:30-9:30 a.m. 8th Grade 9:30-10:30 9th Grade 10:30-11:30 10th Grade 12:30-1:30 11th Grade 1:30-2:30 12th Grade 2:30-3:30

MPD warns of possible scam after strange incident

A strange incident in Murfreesboro involving a possible scam has resulted in a warning from the Murfreesboro Police Department. The incident took place Saturday, July...

New student registration set for Nashville High School

New students at Nashville High School should go to the school office to register any time during business hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m....

Help keep tabs on state’s bears with AG&FC social media site

Anyone can help the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission keep tabs on the state’s bear population, thanks to the social media site iNaturalist. AGFC biologists...

New tourism board ready to start promoting Murfreesboro

By PJ Tracy Murfreesboro Diamond The Murfreesboro Tourism Commission Board, which is charged with the collection and disbursement of the recently passed local tourism tax, had...

Surveillance cameras help nab suspects in local crimes

By Louie Graves News-Leader staff In-store surveillance cameras are becoming one of the best tools for bringing crime suspects to justice. “We love them,” Nashville Criminal Investigator...

HCCC Thrift Shop to close this week

By Louie Graves News-Leader staff The recycled clothing thrift shop operated by the Howard County Children’s Center will cease operation on Friday, July 20. A lack of...

The Early Files: A Look into the Past

116 years ago:  1902 B.J. Coker and C.G. Strickland, two Sevier County fathers, arrived at the depot in this city Wednesday afternoon, about five minutes...