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Nashville down to just 1 warning siren

By John Balch Leader staff The city of Nashville is down to only one warning siren - a Civil Defense relic - after the recent tornado...

NHS FCCLA converts shirts to quilts for fundraiser

By Dixon Land Leader staff The FCCLA organization at Nashville High School is converting T-shirts into quilts. “It’s the perfect way to keep some of those old...

Host of NHS athletes honored at banquet

By Dixon Land Leader staff Rachel Dawson and Jackson Beavert were recipients of the 2015 Nashville Scrapper and Scrapperette Awards May 19, capping off...

Not goodbye but “TTFN” for Nashville graduates

By John R. Schirmer Leader staff One hundred twenty-seven students received diplomas during Nashville High School graduation ceremonies May 17 at Scrapper Arena. Honor graduates included the...

Scrapperette signs with Southern University

Scrapperette senior Timya Sanders signed a letter-of-intent Friday morning to play basketball at Southern University in Shreveport. Sanders was the Scrapperettes’ leading rebounder and second...

Local church plans event to celebrate 90th year

Immanuel Baptist Church of Nashville will celebrate its 90th anniversary Sunday, June 14, with a special worship service starting at 10:30 a.m. Former pastor Glen...

South Pike County School District inks agreement for iPads, Macbooks

By John Balch Leader staff When the new school year kicks off, every student and teacher in the South Pike County School District will have an...

New Weyerhaeuser mill, tax-break proposal a ‘win-win’ for Dierks, school

By John Balch Leader staff A new Weyerhaeuser mill in the works at Dierks and a tax-break proposal by the corporate giant will continue to greatly...

Murfreesboro Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month: Hawkins Variety Store

Hawkins Variety Store has been selected as the Murfreesboro Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Month. Pictured during an open house on Friday, May...