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Fire destroys Spring Hope building
Fire destroys Spring Hope building

A Spring Hope manufacturing plant was destroyed in an immense fire last Saturday night.
The Spring Hope Fire Department along with multiple other fire departments and agencies were called 11:30 p.m. on May 14 to JHRG Manufacturing, located at 303 South Pine Street.

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Brake wins Democrat bid for Sheriff's race
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Brake wins Democrat bid for Sheriff's race

Nash County Democrat voters chose David Brake in Tuesday's primary as their candidate to run in the November sheriff's race.
Brake won the Democratic ticket with 5,978 votes (77.40%) against Joseph Grimes who captured 1,746 votes (22.60%).
Brake, a retired major with the Nash County Sheriff's Office, will face Sheriff Keith Stone, (R) on the ballot in November.

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Castalia's July 4th gets green light

The town of Castalia will carry on with its annual Fourth of July celebration this year.
Chairwoman of the town's Fourth of July Committee Belinda Davis said the town is in a good place to move forward with festivities.
"So far, everything has been going smooth," she said.

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Town of Red Oak honors NNHS seniors
Sumya Williams holds a sign while walking in the Northern Nash High School senior parade held in Red Oak Sunday.
Town of Red Oak honors NNHS seniors

An event started during the COVID-19 pandemic has become a tradition in the Red Oak community.
The Northern Nash High School Class of 2022 Parade was held on Sunday, May 15 with seniors parading through town with family, friends and the community cheering them on.

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County meets with state lawmakers

The Nash County Board of Commissioners presented members of the N.C General Assembly with a list of issues the county is facing.
The board examined the topics over dinner May 11 to state Sen. Lisa Barnes and state Rep. James Gailliard who both represent Nash County.
Commissioners discussed six legislative issues that are affecting the county.

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Boys & Girls Clubhouse offers summer program
Boys & Girls Clubhouse offers summer program

The Nashville Boys & Girls Area Clubhouse is offering a fun, yet educational, summer program for children ages five through 18.
The summer program will be held at Nash Central Middle School from June 13 until August 19. It will be weekly on Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Nashville Boys & Girls Area Clubhouse Director Troi Thomas said the summer program keeps children engaged and wanting to come back for more.

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