Nashville Police Department Warns Of Scams

The Nashville Police Department would like to remind citizens to be cautious of unsolicited phone calls. We have received numerous complaints involving attempted scams. One popular scam is the caller claiming to be a relative and that they have been arrested and need several hundred dollars for bond and to wire the money to the

[ Read More ]

Kaskaskia College President Addresses Skills Gap At Conference

Interim President George Evans addresses critical skills gap to meeting of mayors and local government officials Kaskaskia College Interim President George Evans delivered his message on the need to tackle the critical skills gap in the vocational trades to a group of more than one hundred economic developers, mayors and city councilman. Evans joined Salem

[ Read More ]

Faith Perspectives – April 18, 2018

By Rev. Beverly Kahle St. Paul UCC, Nashville We are currently in the season of Easter where we celebrate and explore what it means that Christ died for us so that we can live for and through him. Easter is that wonderful time in the spring when usually the world around us awakens from its

[ Read More ]

Skimmer-Scammers And Cell Tower Scrappers

Four Charged With Felonies By Alex Haglund “There’s been two big crime sprees that have been going on,” State’s Attorney Dan Bronke told the Washington County Board at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, April 10. The first type of crime that the county had seen arrests for was suspects who were operating card skimmers

[ Read More ]

Claude Bud Smith, Jr.

Claude Bud Smith, Jr., age 77, of Sparta, passed away on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. in Randolph County Care Center, Sparta. Bud was born on November 16, 1940 in Nashville, a son to Claude Bud and Naomi (Brandhurst) Smith. On June 6, 1965, he married Sandra “Sandy” K. Smith in Nashville, and

[ Read More ]

NCHS FFA Dairy Judging Team Takes Third In Section Championship

NCHS FFA Members who participated were, FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Carli Hoffman, Cheyenne Pedtke, Conner Wolters, Megan Smith and Owen Holle. BACK ROW, Kyle Lamczyk, Joe Karmeier, Cole Herrmann, Cade Hoffman and Andrew Holle. Next Stop, State For Nashville Community High School Dairy Judging Team By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Recently, Greenville High School hosted

[ Read More ]

St. Michael’s Radom First Communion

Lillian (Lily) Chesnek, Trace Kirgan and Daniel Ratermann received their First Holy Communion at the 10 a.m. mass at St. Michael’s Radom on April 15, 2018. Left to right front: Trace Kirgan, Lily Chesnek, Daniel Ratermann. Back row: Rosalie Kostecki, PSR instructor and Celebrant Fr. Oliver Nwachukwu, PH.D.

[ Read More ]

Nashville Places 2nd At Section Livestock CDE

Nashville Community High School FFA Chapter Members who participated were, FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Kinze Fox, Riley Bergmann and Callie McClay. BACK ROW, Madison Schuette, Aaron Stanowski, Hunter Liszewski, Zach Williamson, Logan Boester, Sarah Zyk, and Cassie Fullerton. NCHS FFA Chapter Places 3rd in Marion County 4-H/FFA Judging By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter The Nashville

[ Read More ]

Finke Named As A New Director Of Kaskaskia College Foundation

New Kaskaskia College Foundation Directors Craig Finke, Nashville and Leonard Rose, Centralia. Kaskaskia College Foundation Appoints New Directors, Trustees The Kaskaskia College Foundation Board of Directors welcomed two new members, and seated the class of 2018 trustees during its annual meeting on Monday, April 2. Leonard Rose of Centralia and Craig Finke of Nashville were

[ Read More ]

4-H Celebrates National Volunteer Week

12,00 Volunteers Support Illinois 4-H April 15-21 is National Volunteer Week, and University of Illinois Extension 4-H Youth Development program wants to thank the more than 12,000 4-H adult and youth volunteers who guide and support the nearly 200,000 4-H participants in Illinois. Illinois 4-H volunteers are empowering and preparing youth for success as 4-H

[ Read More ]