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Widespread power outages from Fayetteville to Shreveport occurred Wednesday night as severe storms moved through the area. Southwestern Electric Power Company reported that about 69,000 customers were without power in the Ark-La-Tex. Strong winds knocked down several trees and limbs that blocked roads in the county. Highway 371, about a mile west of Nashville was shut down for over three hours as crews worked to remove a tree that had fallen on the road and power lines. Crews were still working to restore power Thursday and Friday. Here at the radio station, we received 1.4 inches of rain.
The Nashville City Park is hosting a youth soccer clinic this week. Fall soccer registration is now open. This is for ages 6 to 16. Cost is $40. Deadline to register is August 22nd. Contact the city park for more information at 845-7405.
Pictured are (not in order): Sergio Brand, Maggie Campbell, Hayden Patrick, Zack Patrick, Jewelie Harris, Josh and Seth Feltenberger and Neil Feltenberger is the instructor.
The 16 and under fast pitch Young Gunz softball team won the world series in Topeka, Kansas on Saturday. Brittany Hilliard of Nashville won the most valuable player award. Hilliard is the daughter of David and Ann Hilliard.
Teeter Young Gunz won the 16U World Series in Topeka, KS. Young Gunz went undefeated. Scored 47 runs only allowed 1. Front L-R Tobi Finley, Macy Holyfield, Mary Kate Worthington, Kylah Clark, Kera Pozza. Back L-R Koree Walsh, Mitch Fite, Laney Wallace, Octavia Caradine, Travis Worthington, Keyonna Caradine, Robbie Holyfield, Brittany Hilliard.
Rangers John Crump, Kenny Fant, and Justin Mallett with the Arkansas Forestry Commission read "The Story of Smokey" to those that attended the Howard County Library summer reading program on Saturday. This year's theme is science and each program includes an experiment. Librarian Tammy Watson demonstrated what happens when you mix mentos and diet coke. The summer reading program will also be held this coming Saturday (the 26th) and August 2nd, with each program beginning at 1 p.m.