By Reverend Syd Osenbaugh – The Healing Place (Nashville Assembly Of God) Change is inevitable. Change happens. Sometimes it is welcomed. Other times, change comes like an intruder, disrupting what is predictable and comfortable. Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, is credited with the observation that change is the only constant in life. It begins with
Eighty Years Ago (1937) Nashville City Council raised the salary of the waterworks superintendent from $70 to $100 per month. August Sachtleben of Hoyleton was elected president of the Washington County Agricultural Conservation Association at its annual meeting. Deaths: Claude Martin, 56, of Nashville; Fred Thorman, 66, a native of Nashville; Anna Wessel, 87, of
How Accurate Are Gardening Myths? By Will Summers and Linda Summers, Master Gardeners In February gardeners look forward to the next gardening season. Take a time-out to reflect on some concepts, and perhaps misconceptions, of gardening. Many of these relate to planting trees and shrubs but may also pertain to all gardening. Trees and shrubs are likely the
4-H Shooting Sports Organizing For Spring New Pistol Club Added Washington County 4-H has added a Pistol Club to their Shooting Sports program for the 2017 season. To participate in the Pistol Shooting Sports Club, youth must be age 12 or older. Space is going to be limited to just five participants at this time.
“I’m the little guy,” said Lloyd Isringhaus. “My dad was next to me and my uncle was next to him.” Lloyd stated that his father, Grover Isringhaus, and his uncle, Orvy Isringhaus were both now deceased and that he must have been 10 or 11 when the photo was taken. The family farm, where Lloyd
Eighty Years Ago (1937) Otto Kasten of the Randolph Monument Works in Nashville announced plans to build a new plant in the west part of town. Pure hog lard was 15 cents a pound and hamburger was two pounds for 27 cents at the local Kroger Store. Deaths: Mary Huggins, 82, formerly of Nashville; Anna
By Felicity Rixmann, Master Gardener I know nothing about fungus, but last year I had some really beautiful fungi growing in my yard on some logs and in the grass by the low retaining wall of a raised bed. I went on-line to try to identify them – I didn’t succeed! My fault I am
The Nashville News received two calls regarding this photograph, an action shot from a football game of NCHS versus Chester. Pat Povolish called first and stated that the photo was from 1969 or 1970, and named number 80, Charlie Smith, number 62, Bob Probst, and number 32, Ken Kania. The second call came from Mary