Hornettes Pick Up Three Wins By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornettes girls basketball team blew out their opponents this past week, as they defeated Sparta, Herrin, and Benton all by at least 20 points. The Hornettes average margin of victory in their three wins was 38 points. The Hornettes record on the season is 7-2.
What Do Kids From Nashville Want From Santa? It’s a joyous time of year, and nowhere is that as apparent than in the hearts and minds of children. This week’s edition of The Nashville News features letters to Santa written by children from schools all around Washington County. The Santa Letters are on pages A4-A7
Human Service Center – Washington County Hospital Partnership To Bring Counselor To Hospital Human Service Center (HSC) and Washington County Hospital (WCH) are partnering to bring more opportunities for health and wellness to Washington County. Alison Brendel, a Therapist with HSC, will be available for professional counseling on Wednesdays from 8 am to 5 pm
Hornet Musicians Play Christmas Concert The Nashville Community High School Music Department held their annual Christmas concert in Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Sunday, December 10. Several NCHS ensembles played during the performance, among the them the NCHS Concert Band, ABOVE, and the Mixed Choir, BELOW, which will be performing at the 2018 Illinois
City Of Nashville Repeals Employee Residency Requirement By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council voted to pass an ordinance which repeals the city’s employee residency requirement at their first meeting for the month, held Thursday, December 7, at City Hall. The repeal applies to employees of the city only, not elected officials, but does apply
Trinity–St. John School Hosts Williamson For Concert Trinity–St. John School of Nashville hosted Jennie Williamson of Nashville, Tenn., who encouraged the crowd to get excited, saying, “we’re all from Nashville here!” Williamson played a concert at the school during the day on Friday, December 1, where students from St. Ann Catholic School, Immanuel Lutheran School
Beginning Illinois’ Bicentennial By Alex Haglund Illinois, The Land of Lincoln, was founded 199 years ago, December 3, 1818. Of course, it wasn’t actually called The Land of Lincoln then, because the future president was only nine years old and was still living in Kentucky at that point. Nevertheless, Illinois is coming up on 200
Kaskaskia College Foundation Awards Farmers State Bank Scholarship Kaskaskia College is proud to announce that Benjamin Koopmann of Carlyle and Derek Fullerton of Nashville have been named the recipients of the Farmers State Bank Scholarship awarded through the Kaskaskia College Foundation. Benjamin is a 2017 graduate of Carlyle High School and is pursuing an Associate
November 19, 2017 Chicken and Dumpling Dinner Raffle Winners 1. Queen size quilt donated by Albert and Mary Ann Ryterski won by Janet Harris of Tamaroa. 2. Emergency/Safety Items donated by Jeanette Pedtke won by Mary Springer of Cleveland, TX 3. Surprise donated by Mark and Michelle Gill won by Lionel Ryterski of Carbondale. 4.
2018 Illinois State Scholars Named The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) is pleased to announce the names of the 2018-19 Illinois State Scholars. These outstanding honorees represent some of Illinois’ best and brightest, and join the other top Illinois high school students honored with the prestigious designation since it was introduced in 1958. The 2018-19