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Hunt continues for Nashville softball coach

The Nashville School District has interviewed two more applicants for the Scrapperette softball coaching position, bringing the total to 15 who have interviewed. Chad Hutson,...

‘The World Turned Upside Down’ -Heritage symposium at Historic Washington State...

The Ninth Annual Red River Heritage Symposium will take place Saturday, July 25, at Historic Washington State Park. The conference topics will focus on...

After 25 years, KJEP TV to leave air in September

By John R. Schirmer Leader staff After 25 years of broadcasting, KJEP Television of Nashville will leave the air in mid-September, according to station board president...

NHS trio retires to travel, spend time with family

By John R. Schirmer Leader staff Superintendent Doug Graham called them the “triple threat,” three Nashville High School teachers who retired in May with a combined...

Construction at hospital closer to finish

By John R. Schirmer Leader staff Construction projects at Howard Memorial Hospital have picked up speed in recent weeks, according to CEO Debra Wright. Wet weather delayed...

Nashville Primary School registration

Parents of any new students that will be attending Nashville Primary School (kindergarten—3rd grade) will need to come to the Primary School Office as...

New D-Line coach brings experience to Scrapper football

By Dixon Land Leader Staff Nick Evans, a native of Watson Chapel, moved to Ohio when his dad took a job there. He graduated from...

Stand Up for America event July 4 at Nashville City Park

By Dixon Land Leader Staff Performing at the 26th year of Stand-up for America, Michael Hicks will return for his second consecutive show in...

2015 Howard County Farm Family of the Year

By Dixon Land Leader Staff The Billings family began farming 21 years ago, when Bryan’s grandparents financed his initial cattle. “My grandparents got me started...