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Extension Service plans restructure

A century-old organization has announced its strategic plan for restructuring, a plan that will limit its focus to three areas to better serve Nash County and the state.
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at N.C. State University released the strategic plan last week.
Dr. Joe Zublena, the Director of the Extension Service, announced the plan to employees across the state during a webinar.

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Hospital board mulls impact of recent legislature

Hugh Tilson, Executive Vice President of the NC Hospital Association (NCHA) was on hand at the Nash UNC Health Care Board Meeting August 7 in order to present his impressions of the most recent actions by NC state legislature. He also discussed the impact he felt that these actions would have on the financial health of NC hospitals across the state.
Tilson said that the NCHA had several goals for the recent  NC legislative session and had hoped to influence the legislature in these areas.

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“Biggest Loser” contestant visits Nashville church
LOSING IT –– Craig Arrington, 162 pounds lighter, stands beside a full size photo of himself that was taken when he started his journey of weight loss on the reality television show “The Biggest Loser.”
“Biggest Loser” contestant visits Nashville church

When Craig Arrington signed up for the reality television show, “The Biggest Loser,” he had three people in mind: his wife and his two daughters.
Arrington was one of 15 selected to compete in the 15th season of the show, which ended in February. Arrington was voted off the show during the fifth week but went on to lose a total of 162 pounds.

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Nash native files for NC Court of Appeals
Nash native files for NC Court of Appeals

A former Nash County resident and the daughter of a longtime Nashville attorney recently announced her candidacy for the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Elizabeth Davenport Scott filed for the seat vacated by John Martin.
Scott is the daughter of John Edwin Davenport and Mary Lip Pope Davenport. Ed Davenport practiced law in Nashville for over 50 years and served in the NC House of Representatives from 1973 to 1978.

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Town of Nashville to hold public hearings

Nashville’s Town Council will receive comments on two separate public hearings at the board’s next meeting next week.
One hearing is for an annexation request for .72 acres. The annexation is for property at 2386 East Old Spring Hope Road. The annexation was requested by property owners Susan and Jeffrey Lucas.
Nashville Planning Director Brian Hassell said the Lucas’ request was so that they can receive town services.

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Investigator Jason Bryant helps Dusty Hall (far right) document a crime scene during the 4-H Criminal Justice Camp that was held August 4 through 8. On the final day, youth were able to look at a mock crime scene and take steps investigators take to solve the crime. The Nash County Sheriff’s Office hosts the camp each year.

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NRMPS Lockdown Drill Scheduled

In collaboration with multiple law enforcement agencies throughout Nash County, NRMPS will hold a full scale Lockdown Drill at Southern Nash Middle School Thursday, August 21, 2014 beginning at 8:00 am.
The purpose of this drill is to ensure NRMPS administrators, staff and schools are prepared in the event we have a major crisis in one of our schools.

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