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Herb And Garden Show Coming Up In Mt. Vernon

Chef Chad Howard. Herb And Garden Show Coming Up In Mt. Vernon Master Gardener Scoop – January 31, 2018 Majo Bates, Master Gardener Are you a little winter-weary?  Despite how hard I try, when it is as cold as it has been, I just get a bit tired of winter and all the coldness with

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Extension Advisory Council Meeting Scheduled For February 12

Extension Advisory Council Meeting Scheduled For February 12 The next regular meeting of the Illinois Extension Advisory Council serving Bond, Clinton, Jefferson, Marion and Washington counties will be on February 12. The council includes a panel of members from the five county area. They will meet at the Kaskaskia College Lifelong Learning Center at 7

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4-H Members Fighting Hunger

4-H Members Fighting Hunger 4-H members from Bond, Clinton, Jefferson, Marion and Washington counties will gather on February 10 for Illini Fighting Hunger. Illini Fighting Hunger is a meal packaging program that allows 4-H members and their families to help provide meals to their local food pantries. This is the third year in a row

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Let’s Read – January 31, 2018

Let’s Read – January 31, 2018 By Mary Barrett A Name Unknown (Shadows Over England #1) By Roseanna M. White Published by Bethany House Publishers, 11400 Hampshire Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota 55438 400 pages, paperback, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-7642-1926-9 Former street urchin Rosemary’s only “family” is the band of pickpockets that helped her to survive. Now

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NCHS Counselor’s Report – January 31, 2018

NCHS Counselor’s Report – January 31, 2018 Nashville Community High School Phone: (618) 327.8286 Fax: (618) 327.4513 Web Address: Nashville-k12.org Tesha Maschhoff X250; Becky Luessenheide X381; Susan Boosinger X251 2017-18 Class Registration: Students have/will be receiving class registration forms for the 2018-19 school year. Selecting courses is a very important process that we encourage all

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January 3, 2018 Classic Photo (Part 2): Time For A Good Book…

The Nashville News heard back for a second time about the January 3, 2018 Classic Photo, “Time For A Good Book…” January 3, 2018 Classic Photo (Part 2): Time For A Good Book… The Nashville News already heard back about the January 3, 2018 Classic Photo, which featured a pair of boys, holding up books,

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It Happened Here – January 31, 2018

It Happened Here – January 31, 2018 Eighty Years Ago (1938) Two young men robbed Alvin Meier of $4.35 on the roadway northwest of Nashville. The State Department of Labor filed a complaint against the St. Louis Dairy Company plant near Venedy for violation of the six-day-a-week law, alleging that the dairy failed to permit

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This Week’s Shelter Pet – January 31, 2018

“Sookie”… she’s not actually for adoption. Where else are you going to get your weekly adorable animal photo though? This Week’s Shelter Pet – January 31, 2018 This Week’s Shelter Pet for Adoption is…no one. Nope, this is not an error. Dolly with the Partners for Pets let us know that there was no shelter

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Faith Perspectives – January 31, 2018

Faith Perspectives – January 31, 2018 By Rev. John Campbell United Presbyterian, Oakdale In last week’s column, we read of living in “the in-between times.” From birth to death we have a life to live, and in living we have to make choices. As we face this new year we can choose how we will

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