Nashville Jr. Golf Tournament

The Nashville Jr. Golf Tournament was held on Thursday July 13 at Nashville Muncipal Golf Course. In the Girls 16-18 division, Rachael Kell took home first place with a score of 75. Megan and Sarah Breslin tied for second with a 79.

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Nashville Jr. Golf Tournament

In the boys 16-18 age group, Aven Kimmell of Flora took home the win with a 75, 13 strokes ahead of Jacob Maschhoff who finished second in the age group with an 88.

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Washington County Fair Sand Volleyball Tournament

The 2017 Washington County Fair was the first time that a sand volleyball tournament has been held. After rounds on Friday and Saturday, the winning team was Team Peck, ABOVE, including, FROM LEFT, BACK ROW, Lee Peck, Larry Shubert and Nick Ramsey, FRONT ROW, Jamie Peck, Tasha Gibbs and Brooke Ramsey.

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County Fair Makes For A Busy Week At The Track

The track at the fairgrounds was a busy place this past week as two tractor pulls and two demolition derbies took place this past week. Tuesday July 11 was the ITPA Tractor Pull. The track survived heavy rainfall for the demolition derby on July 12. July 14 was the Local Washington County Tractor pull, while

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Season Comes To A Close For Summer Baseball

Kelton Harre bats during the first game of the Hornets double header against Chester on July 11. The Hornets won the first game, but dropped game two.  The Nashville Hornets summer baseball team finished up their summer schedule by splitting a double header at home against Chester on July 11. The Hornets took the first

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Community Calendar

ACTIVITIES Thursday, July 20 Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 22 St. Charles Church Picnic, Parish Grounds, Dubois. Back to School Carnival, Grace United Methodist Church, 10 a.m. to 1  p.m. Ethan Lehde Benefit, Addieville Community Club, Doors, 6:30 p.m., Live Auction,

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Faith Perspectives: July 19

By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale At the beginning of July, I attended the reunion of the family of my mother’s mother’s parents. This was the 90th year that the family had come together for a reunion. One of my elderly cousins who was not able to attend because of health wrote this comment:

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Ashley Grade School Student Registration July 27

Students attending Ashley Grade School District No. 15 will register on Thursday, July 27, 2017 in the cafeteria. The hours of registration are 9 am until 5 pm. Those students registering for PreK will register in the PreK building. ALL FEES ARE TO BE PAID AT REGISTRATION Book Rental & Computer Lab Fee (Grades K-8) –

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Column: Making Fireworks Happen

Dear Readers: I LOVE fireworks. Any family of mine and anyone who has known me for any amount of time (particularly during my college years) would probably take this statement as correct but an under-exaggeration. I have a college professor that still tells his students to “ask him about blowing up the toilet” when they

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Willow Branch HCE July Meeting

The Willow Branch HCE met for lunch and a meeting at The China Inn. Helen Marcks presided at the meeting. An interesting lesson on scams, identity theft, and credit reports was given by Ella York assistant Attorney General, Carbondale office. Plans for the get-together for the month of August where discussion Recipes for the International

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