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Drug bust nets eight arrests
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Drug bust nets eight arrests

Two Nashville residents were among eight arrested last week during an on-going campaign targeting drug dealers in the area.
The Nash County Sheriff’s Office seized prescription pills, cocaine, marijuana, heroin and a firearm during the arrests last week.

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Red Oak 5K Race helps youth in need
5K RACE –– Close to 200 runners participated in the first annual Fruit of the Spirit 5K race on Saturday. The race was sponsored by the Town of Red Oak and Red Oak United Methodist Church.
Red Oak 5K Race helps youth in need

A mission to help youth in need led to the first ever 5K race in Red Oak.
The Fruit of the Spirit 5K Fun Run was held on Saturday morning with close to 200 runners participating.
The race was sponsored by Red Oak United Methodist Church and the Town of Red Oak but several other local churches and businesses supported the event as well.

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NNHS Class of ‘94 honors fallen soldier
NNHS Class of ‘94 honors fallen soldier

Northern Nash High School’s Class of 1994 will kick off its 20-year reunion by remembering a former classmate who was killed in 2009 supporting Operating Enduring Freedom.
Tara Whitaker Smith was killed on August 8, 2009 in Afghanistan. Though Nicole Rizzo went to school and graduated with Tara, she said she didn’t have classes with her or even know her all that well.

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School Board sets O.R. Pope Committee

At the last Nash-Rocky Mount school board meeting held on October 6, school board members voted to appoint a new committee to help decide the fate of the former O.R. Pope Elementary school, which closed earlier this year due to health and safety issues at the school. The decision to close the historic school brought on a firestorm of controversy in the community and raised charges of racial prejudice, as well as bias against schools in the Edgecombe County portion of the school system.

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Nash Health Care faces economic woes

Members of the Nash UNC Health Care Board met earlier this month to discuss major changes in the hospital’s economic situation including the pulling of over $100 million from a major investment firm and the continuing loss of revenues at a greater pace than projected. The news was presented at a meeting of the Nash UNC Health Care Board held on October 2.

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COBRAS DIG PINK!
COBRAS DIG PINK!

When the volleyball team at Southern Nash Middle School takes the court on Monday, October 27, they will have on a different uniform, a uniform showing their support for a fellow classmate battling cancer.
This year’s annual Dig Pink game is in honor of that student and all money raised is going to help the student and the family with medical expenses.

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