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HMH celebrates ‘National Healthcare Quality Week’

As part of National Healthcare Quality Week (Oct. 18-24th) we also honor our quality employees. The Arkansas Department of Labor and Arkansas Workers Compensation Commission and Arkansas Insurance Department presented a safety award to the employees of Howard Memorial Hospital for...

NHS Jr. Class play set for Oct. 17

The NHS JR Play will be Sat., Oct. 17, 6:30 at 6th Street Auditorium. They will be Presenting “Zombio and Juliet.” Tickets are $5 and everyone is invited.

2015 MINERAL SPRINGS HOMECOMING COURT

The 2015 Mineral Springs High School Homecoming Court includes: Back row, from left: Senior Class Maid Hannah Stark, Homecoming Queen Olivia Coulter, Maid of Honor Chasitee Newton, Senior Football Maid Rheyshaunna Stewart Middle from left: Junior Football Maid...

2015 MINERAL SPRINGS HOMECOMING COURT

The 2015 Mineral Springs High School Homecoming Court includes: Back row, from left: Senior Class Maid Hannah Stark, Homecoming Queen Olivia Coulter, Maid of Honor Chasitee Newton, Senior Football Maid Rheyshaunna Stewart Middle from left: Junior Football Maid...

Tollette’s favorite daughter to be inducted into Little Rock HoF

TERRICA HENDRIX Reporter LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – Comedienne, actress, and Tollette native Luenell will be inducted into a Little Rock hall of fame this weekend. Luenell will be inducted...

Fugitive from California arrested, awaiting extradition

P.J. TRACY IV EDITOR, Glenwood Herald GLENWOOD – The Pike County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO), upon a tip from California law enforcement, has recently apprehended a wanted man in Glenwood. “On Tues.,...

NHS Homecoming parade moved to Oct. 21st

NASHVILLE – The annual high school homecoming parade will be held next Wednesday, a school official confirmed. Nashville Superintendent Doug Graham confirmed that the 2015 Homecoming Parade will be held Wed., Oct....

Nashville Elementary Assistant Principal and student show support

Nashville Elementary Assistant Principal Rick Rebsmen and Titanyia Maxwell- a fourth grade student - show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Armchair Quarterback Winner of the Week

The big winner for week six was Jeremy Conway of Mineral Springs with 13 correct and winning the tie-breaker. We had two others with...

Rikki Stapp with Compass Outpatient Behavorial Health Center speaks at Nashville...

Rikki Stapp , Intake Coordinator for the new Compass Outpatient Behavorial Health Center, gave a brief description of her job, and gave the warning signs of...