Nashville's Town Council is currently in the hunt for a new town manager. As reported earlier this summer, Preston Mitchell, who served as town manager for ten years, left Nashville for a position with the City of Reidsville. I'm sure Preston has settled in nicely as Reidsville's City Manager for I have already received phone calls from folks in Reidsville seeking information about certain programs, resources, and also contact information for festival resources -- which tells me Preston is already working to build upon what Reidsville already has.
Dear WHOLEsome grocery store: It is time for us to break up. Honestly, it is you, not me that is the problem in this relationship. I remember the good times; after all, they weren't so long ago. About once a month, my family would visit your store to stock up on healthy staples. I do think, overall, we use too many artificial things and chemical things to make our food. There are a lot of people to blame, but honestly it falls on the consumer.
In a recent Editorial the editorial staff of the Rocky Mount Telegram called the splitting of the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools along county lines a silly proposal! To the staff of the Telegram splitting of the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools along county lines may appear to be a silly proposal. Every citizen of Nash and Edgecombe Counties that I have talked to about the splitting does not believe that it is silly but that it is the right thing to do.
BRIGADIER 1977 -- This photo was originally published in The Graphic on May 24, 1977. Jim Hutchinson, chairman of the board of Brigadier Industries, presents the keys to Brigadier's Nashville plant to Cecil Smith (center), production superintendent, and Jack Hay, executive vice-president of Brigadier, to symbolize the reopening of the plant for the production of double-wide and 14-foot-wide mobile homes.
DON'T ADOPT if you RENT..... unless you talk to your landlord or review your rental agreement. Just this week, a couple of dogs were turned in because the landlord said they had to go. Renting with pets is more difficult, but not impossible. Sometimes you have to pay an additional deposit. So now these two dogs await their fate, which is in the hands of others. Will they die when the Shelter becomes too full or shall some kindhearted soul come adopt them or a Rescue have space for them?