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National Night Out in Nashville is Tuesday!
National Night Out in Nashville is Tuesday!

Nashville's Police Department will host its annual National Night Out event Tuesday, August 4th at Glover Park. Hats off to Nashville Community Police Officer Jennifer Bull for her enthusiasm and hard work organizing this event each year.
Past years have been very successful, but she saw a need to reach more kids and offer more to the community. So she rolled up her sleeves and got to work.
She will be the first to tell you that pulling off such an event doesn't happen overnight, nor without a lot of help. And I'm sure, knowing most of the staff, she's received a lot of help!

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Rumor mill keeps growing - here's a few suggestions for local development
Rumor mill keeps growing - here's a few suggestions for local development

There's a lot of rumors about the happenings on the big 'ole empty lot across from McDonalds.
Rumors are flying about all the businesses that are supposedly going there.
The one I've heard most is a Sheetz gas station. So far, I have been unable to confirm that, or any of the other rumors, but it sure has been an exciting topic of conversation.
If I was in charge of that development, I know what I'd like to see over there!

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Pioneer spirit ends where the a/c begins
Pioneer spirit ends where the a/c begins

I got my "analysis" from the power company the other day.
You know, that thing that seems to be a waste of paper and ink and postage that breaks down electricity usage for customers. Mine informed me that while I had shown improvement over last year, I still spent quite a bit of money more than other people in my area.
I found this mailing to be of great interest on a number of levels:

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

COOP GOES FOR A TOUCHDOWN! -- This photo was originally published in The Graphic on September 24, 1970. W.L. Greene defeated Spaulding 34-6 at the opening season game. Pictured above, Roy "Coop" Cooper goes for a touchdown for W.L. Greene.

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Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook
Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook

Once upon a time, continued....
So now I have a purebred almost feral like very sick little Pomeranian at my home, one that was probably the result of a breeder. A backyard breeder, if only a few or a puppy mill if a lot more. Bet he was the daddy of someone you paid hundreds of dollars for. He ended up costing me quite a bit too, to get him well. We had to use a muzzle to groom him and to take him to the vet.

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