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Preparing For SpringClassic Photo – January 11, 2017

Preparing For Spring A set of seed catalogs shows what this man’s springtime plans are. After a long winter, the spring bloom is just the thing to grow things that are tasty or pretty. If you know who this man is or what the article this photo went with would have been about, please get

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December 21, 2016 Classic Photo: A Very Interesting Subject

December 21, 2016 Classic Photo: A Very Interesting Subject Alan Blumhorst, on the FAR LEFT in the December 21 Classic Photo, which shows young students looking at a table or display, called the Nashville News to say that it was him in the picture and that he had heard all about it from family and

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It Happened HereJanuary 11, 2017

It Happened Here Eighty Years Ago (1937) Two young men used a flat iron and escaped from the Washington County Jail in Nashville. One was later recaptured near Coulterville. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Foester of Covington was the first baby of the new year in Washington County. Six large herring were

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Washington County Senior Services MenuJanuary 4, 2017

Washington County Senior Services, Inc. Senior Citizens Menus Make your reservation and enjoy a meal with friends at any of the sites. Besides offering a hot nutritious meal, we also offer a wide range of information and assistance. If you know anyone who would benefit from home delivered meals or any other services, please call

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Community Calendar

ACTIVITIES Thursday, January 5 Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Monday, January 9 After Holiday Open House and Holiday Village, Randy’s Hair Design, 357 E. Belleville, Nashville, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, January 11 Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Blood pressure and blood sugar screenings at Okawville Senior

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ComplimentsNCHS Superintendent’s Report – January 4, 2017

By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 efowler@nashville-k12.org Welcome to another year! I thought we just began the school year and, here we are, getting ready to say goodbye to our Senior Class. That’s right Seniors….It has been over 11 years coming and now you are down to the last five months of your k-12

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It Happened Here – January 4, 2017

It Happened Here Eighty Years Ago (1937) Kleinschmidt Poultry and Egg Co. in Nashville was willing to buy 20 to 60-pound Shoat hogs. Gustav Schorfheide, 36, of Nashville died of injuries he received when he was kicked by a mule. Frank Knoiski, 53, of Clarmin was killed when struck by an Illinois Central passenger train

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The MonarchMaster Gardener Scoop – January 4, 2017

By Martha Ann Lamczyk, Master Gardener  I do not know the purpose of the monarch or why and how these incidents happened to us at our homestead in the late summer of 2015, but I do know that every choice we make affects the environment in either a positive or a negative way. Today, the

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Ask A Pastor – January 4, 2017

Scott T. Sharp, Pastor First Baptist Church Nashville Question: “Which translation of scripture do you prefer to preach from and why?” In today’s world, we have about as many different translations and types of bibles as we do makes of automobiles. With so many choices available, how does a pastor go about choosing a particular

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Features

Record 8th Win; SoBoCo to Host Christian on Friday The SoBoCo Eagles used a suffocating defense and four first half turnovers to jump to a 28-0 halftime lead on their way to a 49-0 win over Wright City on Friday night. The first round playoff win gave the Eagles an 8-2 record – the most

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