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Community Calendar – November 1, 2017

Community Calendar – November 1, 2017 ACTIVITIES Wednesday, November 1 Wurst-Markt, St. John’s UCC, Plum Hill, 5 p.m. Nashville All Trash Day Thursday, November 2 Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School Open House, 9545 Shattuc Rd., Centralia, doors open, 6:30

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Canada Geese Give Hunters The Slip By Hiding Out In Chicago

Canada Geese Give Hunters The Slip By Hiding Out In Chicago It’s open season for Canada geese in Illinois from mid-October to mid-January. Unfortunately for hunters, Canada geese are finding a new way to stay out of the line of fire. Rather than being “sitting ducks” in a rural pond, they’re setting up residence in

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It Happened Here – October 25, 2017

It Happened Here – October 25, 2017 Eighty Years Ago (1937) Ken Gore and his 11-piece orchestra were to be at the Modern Woodsman Hall Friday in Nashville. The L & N afternoon freight train No. 60 hit an auto driven by a St. Louis, Missouri, man 100 feet west if the Okawville depot. The

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Faith Perspectives – October 25, 2017

Faith Perspectives – October 25, 2017 By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale Recently on a trip to Indiana, I enjoyed seeing the variety of stages of the harvest, seeing fields ready for harvest, others in the process, many finished, and others showing sprouts of new growth. Seeing the diversity made the trip more interesting.

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It Happened Here – October 18, 2017

It Happened Here – October 18, 2017 Eighty Years Ago (1937) Walton Eade and William Beek were injured in a runaway accident on the Eade farm south of Nashville. The Nashville City Council Water Committee voted to turn over any delinquent water bills that were more than a month overdue to a collection officer. Local

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