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Morgan remembered as a
Morgan remembered as a "champion"

Former Nash County Commissioner Billy Morgan was remembered on Sunday as a man who loved Nash County and always put his constituents first.
His motto was "Nash County People First, Foremost, Always and on every occassion."
Morgan passed away unexpectedly last Wednesday at his Southern Nash County home. He was 84 years old.
Morgan was appointed to the Nash County Board of Commissioners on February 2, 1987.

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Two nabbed for vehicle breaking and enterings
Alex Braswell
Two nabbed for vehicle breaking and enterings

The Nash County Sheriff's Office has arrested two men in connection with numerous breaking and entering of motor vehicles in Nash County.
The Sheriff's Office has seen a significant increase in motor vehicle breaking and enterings this month. Since January 1, there have been at least 25 vehicle break-ins reported, according to the Sheriff's Office.
On January 4 and 5, the Sheriff's Office responded to multiple vehicle break-ins in the areas of Bend of the River Road, NC Highway 58, Joyner Road, Bone Cut Off Road and Volunteer Road.

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Locals celebrate King's legacy
CELEBRATION -- Voices With Purpose perform during the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet in Nashville on Sunday.
Locals celebrate King's legacy

The Nashville Willing Workers Club hosted its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet Sunday at the O.D Moore Alumni Building to honor the civil rights leader.
The club was established in 1973 with a goal of aiding to improve the lives of the Nash County community.
About 200 people attended Sunday's celebration as stated by Brenda Neal, Secretary and Treasurer of The Nashville Willing Workers Club.
According to the club's president, Carolyn Williams, a committee selects a theme each year for the banquet.

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Family Justice Center grant approved

My Sister's House has received $1.43 million in grant funding that will allow the organization to offer a variety of services under one roof.
The organization was notified of the Family Justice Center Grant funding in October, said Acting Director and Director of Operations Samantha Andelin. However, actually receiving the funding has been a slower process. But, Andelin said the funding has now been received and the Family Justice Center is already up and running.

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Dancing with the ARTS is February 24th
Dancing with the ARTS is February 24th

Practice is underway for the fourth annual Dancing with the Arts event, which is set for Friday, February 24 at 7 p.m. at Nash Arts.
This year's celebrity couples include Nashville's Police Chief Tom Bashore and his daughter, Melanie, Nashville Fire Battalion Chief Jason Edwards and his wife, Ashley and former Nash County Sheriff Dick Jenkins and his daughter-in-law Kelly. Other couples dancing include Trevor and Tiffany Delano, Mark and Lisa Carpenter and Casey and Brittany Pierce.

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