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Nashoba (năshōˈbə), former community, Shelby co., SW Tenn., on the Wolf River just E of Memphis. It was established (1825) by Frances Wright and others, influenced by the model of New Harmony, to educate specially purchased slaves for freedom. Poor management and disease led to its collapse (1829). In 1830 the slaves were taken to Haiti.
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BOLTON -- After beating Shepherd Hill 5-0 on Monday, the Nashoba Regional High School boys tennis team fell 4-1 to Shrewsbury on Wednesday.
HOLIDAY BAND CONCERT: presented by the Nashoba Friends of Music on Friday, Dec.
Most importantly, there is a culture of caring among Nashoba's educators that is pervasive.
BOLTON -- The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is running its third annual financial Reality Fair for Nashoba Regional High School sophomores on Friday, April 17, from 7 to 11:30 a.m.
BOLTON -- The Nashoba Regional High School girls lacrosse team found tough going in its season opener on Tuesday, dropping a 21-10 decision to Groton-Dunstable.
The Nashoba Associated Boards of Health, in cooperation with local veterinarians, will provide rabies immunization for dogs and cats.
CHESS CLUB: The Nashoba Junior Chess Club meets on select Fridays in the Nashoba High School cafeteria, 12 Green Road.
BOLTON -- The Nashoba Regional High School wrestling team had a triumphant day last Saturday, beating the other 12 teams in the Division 2 Central Mass Sectionals to win that event.
Keep up with what's happening in the Nashoba School District on Channel 99 where the latest School Committee and Nashoba Space Needs meetings are airing.
The Nashoba Regional School District administration presented its preliminary budget for the coming fiscal year at the Jan.
ASHBURNHAM -- January has been a challenging month for the Nashoba Regional boys' basketball team.
BOLTON -- The annual DeMeo Duals wrestling tournament held at Nashoba Regional High School this past weekend was exciting right up to the team finals, with Nashoba beating powerhouse Central Catholic 41-33 to claim the championship.