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Busy days at Howard County museum

By John R. Schirmer News-Leader staff Things are happening quickly for the Howard County Historical Society and the 1912 E.A. Williams Chapel/Museum which it operates. The museum...

State geologists visit Nashville to take a look at dinosaur bones

By John R. Schirmer News-Leader staff Three representatives of the Arkansas Geological Survey were in Nashville July 5 for a first-hand look at dinosaur bones donated...

‘Hometown Christmas’ offers abundance of holiday traditions

The Howard County Historical Society sponsored “Hometown Christmas” Sunday afternoon at the 1912 E.A. Williams Chapel/Museum in Nashville. The program attracted a standing-room only crowd...

Car show packs the park

By Jonathan Canaday SW Arkansas Radio Despite an early threat of rain, visitors to the Nashville City Park had nice weather on Saturday for the annual...

Restored church dedicated as museum by historical society

By Louie Graves News-Leader Staff An appreciative crowd of about 70 filled the sanctuary of the old First Presbyterian Church in Nashville -- and after an...

Howard County Museum grand opening planned

By Terrica Hendrix News-Leader staff A grand opening for the Howard County Museum is planned for some time in August, with the date to be announced,...

Rehabilitation of the Howard County Museum Underway

JONATHAN CANADAY | Southwest Arkansas Radio The Howard County Historical Society is receiving an early Christmas gift. Soos Stained Glass of Little Rock is currently installing new Florentine windows...

Howard County Museum restoration efforts increasing

JONATHAN CANADAY SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS RADIO NASHVILLE - Restoration work on the Howard County Museum has expanded to several projects and local residents will start to see some major changes to the...

Museum to begin offering pew sponsorships to the public

NASHVILLE – The Howard County Historical Society plans to allow individuals to sponsor a pew at the museum, according to discussion during their Tuesday...