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Edwards named Farmer of the Year
Edwards named Farmer of the Year

The Pumpkin Man and his top hand have been named Nash County's Farmer of the Year and this year's next generation farmer.
Mike Edwards and Arron Bridges work together at M&H Farms outside Nashville.
Edwards raises chickens for Perdue Farms, but is known locally as the Pumpkin Man for his selling gourds around Halloween.

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A RED OAK CHRISTMAS
A RED OAK CHRISTMAS

Pictured above, Miss Teen Bailey 2022 Harley Murray and Miss Bailey 2022 Arianne Spencer (L-R) wave at the crowd during Red Oak's Christmas Parade on Saturday.

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Nashville Christmas Parade is Saturday!

The Town of Nashville will kick off its Christmas festivities on Saturday, December 3.
The event will begin at 4 p.m. at H.D. Cooley Library with music from the Nash Central High School Show Choir.
The Children's Bike Parade will follow at 4:15 p.m. The parade will begin at H.D. Cooley Library and go down West Church Street, onto South Alston Street then along East Washington Street to the Nash County Courthouse.

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Rocky Mount man designs new Nashville logo
HARRIS
Rocky Mount man designs new Nashville logo

A Rocky Mount graphic designer won a contest with his new logo for the Town of Nashville.
"I am overjoyed that my design was selected as the top choice," said J. Russell Harris, owner of JR Designs and More. "I am grateful for those who encouraged me to participate and believed in my ability to create a unique and lasting symbol for the town of Nashville."

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Bailey hires firm for employee probe
Bailey hires firm for employee probe

BAILEY -- Town officials have hired a private firm to conduct an investigation into its police chief and an officer accused of timecard manipulation.
The town board voted Nov. 21 to hire Huntersville-based Richardson & Davis after a closed session with Town Attorney Ryan King of Fields & Cooper in Nashville.
The firm's website states it uses retired federal law enforcement agents to look into employee misconduct and other matters.

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"A Christmas Carol" opens this weekend!

Keeping with tradition, Nash Arts will host its annual production of "A Christmas Carol," beginning this weekend.
Performances are slated for December 2, 3, 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m. Matinee performances are also scheduled for December 4 and 11 at 2:30 p.m.
This year's version of "A Christmas Carol" is a non-musical production.

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Annual breakfast recognizes hard work of farmers
Annual breakfast recognizes hard work of farmers

A hard job that becomes a lifestyle is how a panel of local farmers recently described agricultural occupations.
"It influences the books you read and television programs you watch," said Thomas Joyner of Nash Produce.
Joyner was joined by Sue Leggett of Leggett Farming Partnership, Austin Wrenn of Wrenn's Farm and Tim Bass of Sunburst Tomatoes.

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