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Nashville hires new town clerk
Nashville hires new town clerk

Less than two weeks after the announcement that Nashville’s Town Clerk/Human Resources Officer, Cynthia Richardson is retiring from her position, the Town of Nashville announced the hiring of a new town clerk to replace her. Lou Bunch will replace Richardson when her retirement becomes effective on March 6.
Currently, Bunch is employed with the State of North Carolina at the Nash Correctional Institution located in Nashville.

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Nashville Fire Department hopes to increase staff

The Nashville Fire Department will likely gain an additional full time staff member in the near future, but that addition may also mean a slight increase in the fire tax for the Gully Fire District, which includes Nashville.
At the recent Nashville Town Retreat, Nashville Fire Chief Randy Goodbrod, made the request for additional manpower, which would bring the total complement of the fire-fighters up to 13 full time paid staff members.

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Former Nash County Sheriff, Frank Brown, passes away
Former Nash County Sheriff, Frank Brown, passes away

Former Nash County Sheriff Frank Brown, Sr. passed away on Tuesday, February 17 at the age of 81. Brown served as Sheriff of Nash County for twenty years, serving five terms from 1974 to 1994.
Brown was born in Bailey in 1933. After graduating from Bailey High School in 1952, he briefly attended Atlantic Christian College before joining the Army. He served his country during the Korean conflict from 1953-1955.

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Nashville native’s work featured in Ali exhibit
Marc Hines is pictured above as he begins a new project.
Nashville native’s work featured in Ali exhibit

A Nashville native’s artwork is part of a temporary exhibit at a  Kentucky museum dedicated to the life of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Marc Hines recently visited the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville, Kentucky to see his work and said seeing it hanging in a museum was unbelievable.

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Icy roads lands car in creek

A vehicle traveling south on Highway 58 on Monday evening, took an unexpected dip in the creek as a result of the hazardous road conditions on Monday evening.
Jason Edwards, of the Nashville Fire Department, reported that the driver lost control near the convenience center near Creekbridge, flipped over and plunged into the creek bed. Fortunately, there was only about a foot of water in the creek at the time.

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Sheriff Stone to speak at Nashville Chamber event
Sheriff Stone to speak at Nashville Chamber event

Nashville’s Chamber of Commerce will add a new name to its list of Distinguished Citizens next Thursday night at Nash Arts.
The annual Distinguished Citizen event is scheduled for March 5 and is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m.  prior to the ceremony which will begin at 7:00 p.m.

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