Last week was tough. I had to have a couple of teeth extracted. Luckily for me, they were spares in the back end of what some in the past have referred to as my "big mouth." One was a wisdom tooth. I only had two to start with and my childhood dentist, the venerable Dr. Mullen, used to tell me I was a product of evolution. "You've only got two and they don't seem to be causing a problem, but we can get them anyway if you want," he told me. "It's your call."
Even though those pesky Nash County gnats are buzzing around our face when outdoors and the warm, muggy temperatures seem to want to linger, autumn has arrived which means the calendar of events is about to explode in Nash County! Dozens or more happenings are on the horizon for the coming weeks leading up to the holiday season.
This photo was taken of Raley Chevrolet in downtown Nashville in 1958. The building later served as Nashville's Fire Department. The building was demolished in 1996 for the expansion of county offices. Nash County's Administration Office now sits on the property.