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Nash gives green light to computer lease

Nash County Commissioners approved a resolution last week that gives the okay for the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education to enter into a lease-purchase agreement for new networking equipment for middle and high schools.
The item was brought before the board earlier this month but commissioners requested staff from the school system bring the item back to explain it further.

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BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR –– Nashville Chamber of Commerce President Elaine Corbett presents Trey Braswell with a plaque recognizing Braswell Milling Company as Business of the Year.
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

It’s been a good year for Braswell Milling Company.
Earlier this year, the company broke ground for its new corporate headquarters in Nashville. Last week, Nashville’s Chamber of Commerce named Braswell Milling Company the Business of Year.
Elaine Corbett presented the Business of the Year Award to Trey Braswell, Executive Vice President for Braswell Milling Company. The award’s presentation was Corbett’s last duty as President of the Chamber, before passing the gavel on to Dylan Bunch, at the Chamber’s annual meeting, which was held last Tuesday evening.

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Local man faces child sex charges
Local man faces child sex charges

A Nashville man has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a child.
The Nash County Sheriff’s Office was contacted on July 13th about a sexual assault case. The 11-year-old victim told investigators that 65-year-old Henry Clegg Coggin, Jr, of Highway 58 Nashville, had touched them inappropriately.
Coggin and the victim were acquaintances. 

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Bailey woman killed in car accident

A Bailey woman died on Monday after pulling in front of a tractor trailer on Sandy Cross Road.
According to Sgt. D.B. Finch, of the North Carolina Highway Patrol, Rosalina Palacios, 45, was traveling eastbound on Sandy Cross Road when she came up to the I-95 southbound ramp and made a right turn. Finch said Palacios did an immediate u-turn and got back on Sandy Cross Road, pulling into the path of a tractor trailer.

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Local teacher writes children’s book
Local teacher writes children’s book

A Nashville Elementary School teacher has written a book to help children better understand rhythms.
Mandy Bailey, who has taught music at Nashville Elementary for 17 years, released her first book, “The Rhythm Ninja” last month.
The idea for such a book came about after Bailey began writing creative lesson plans for a music educator’s magazine.

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Nashville Police Officers recognized for achievements
Nashville Police Officers recognized for achievements

Nashville’s Police Department celebrated the achievements of five of its officers at a special promotional ceremony on Friday afternoon.
This is the first time the police department has held such a ceremony to recognize newly promoted officers.
Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore said he felt it was important to recognize the officers for their achievement.

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