Winner of the Dallas Cowboy Tickets Giveaway on B 99.5 is Tony Oliver from New Hope.
Landmark Insurance, on the bypass in Nashville.
Jeanine's Fine Jewelry, Main Street downtown Nashville.
Jerry Cogburn was Thursday's winner (October 16) of a set of Texas Motor Speedway tickets for Oct 31-Nov 2nd, compliments of Mine Creek Health and Rehab.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Hope Foundation recently held the eighth annual Pulling for Education Trap Shoot at the Rick Evans Grandview shotgun range. Twenty teams registered to compete in the 3 member team trap shooting competition. Taylor Teague was the overall high point individual. Evan Lamb was the runner-up high point individual. Both are members of the Scrapper Trap Team, which took first place in flight A. Spring Hill placed second and Genoa placed third. The South Ark Electric team placed first in flight B.
Howard County Circuit Clerk Bobbie Jo Green has been recognized by Arkansas Auditor Charlie Daniels with the Arkansas Diamond Award, in honor of the contributions she has made to this state. Green is retiring at the end of this year, after serving fourteen years as circuit clerk. She also served as deputy clerk from 1991 to 2001.
State Senator Larry Teague talked to the Nashville Rotary Club on Wednesday about the state's five ballot initiatives. They include:
1. Admin of Government
Requires legislative review and approval of changes to state agencies' administrative rules.
2. Direct Democracy
Sets threshold of 75 percent of required petition signatures to obtain additional time for signature collection.
3. Ethics/Term Limits
Extends length of time state legislators can stay in office to 16 years; limits lobbying and creates independent elected officials salary commission.
Legalizes manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol statewide.
5. Minimum Wage
Increases the state’s minimum wage from $6.25 to $8.50 per hour by 2017.
[Photo by the Nashville Leader] NHS JUNIOR PLAY CAST. The junior class at Nashville High School will present “Seven Wives for Dracula” Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Sixth Street Auditorium. Tickets are $5 and are available from members of the cast or at the door. From left to right: Kaden Peebles, Alexus White, Madison Pope, Cha Yang, Sadie Prejean, Evan Lamb, Luke Reeder, Klaire Howard, Ignacio Perez, Amanda Reed, Ali Barfield, Brittany Backus, & Jacob Carpenter. Not pictured, Allyson Chesshir, Kaycee Patrick, & Libby Russell.