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Ag Center to host pipeline meeting

The Nash County Agriculture Center is sponsoring a public educational meeting to help landowners affected by the Atlantic Coast Natural Gas Pipeline.
The meeting is planned for Tuesday, January 27 at 7 p.m. at the Ag Center on Eastern Avenue.
Charlie Tyson, Nash County Cooperative Extension Director, said the meeting is not an anti-pipeline meeting or a meeting about whether the pipeline is coming.

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Locals celebrate MLK Day
The breakfast event included entertainment by The Inspirations of Spring Hope, the Union Hill Dance Ministry (pictured above).
Locals celebrate MLK Day

Today’s America needs another Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Those were the words of Representative Bobbie Richardson, who spoke on Monday at the Nashville Willing Workers’ annual celebration honoring the life of the civil rights leader.
Richardson said Dr. King was a man who defied all odds, rising up against the injustices of the south.

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Holland leaves My Sister’s House
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Holland leaves My Sister’s House

In just over a week, Meredith Holland will begin a new journey that will take her away from her leadership role with My Sister’s House.
Holland’s last day as the Executive Director of My Sister’s House is January 30. She has served in that role since 1996 but been with the organization for 23 years.

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TV news outlets cause school cancellation

A Raleigh news outlet inadvertently reported the closing of Nash-Rocky Mount Schools last Wednesday, causing confusion among parents.
Dr. Anthony Jackson, Superintendent for Nash-Rocky Mount Schools, said in a letter to the community that a two-hour delay had been announced for Wednesday, January 14th, due to the potential road conditions in the early morning hours.

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Bass appointed as Nash County Public Administrator
Bass appointed as Nash County Public Administrator

Kirkland Bass has been appointed Nash County’s Public Administrator.
Bass replaces Henry M. Fisher, who passed away in November.
Bass was appointed by Nash County Clerk of Court Rachel Joyner.
“This is a great honor for me to be able to publicly recognize and appoint one of the finest young attorneys I’ve seen in my years of service,” Joyner said prior to swearing in Bass Friday morning.

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