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Chess Night At The Library – Strategy, Learning And Family Fun

Chess Night At The Library Strategy, Learning And Family Fun By Alex Haglund On Tuesday night, January 2, I played chess for the first time in perhaps 10 years against Rick Harris, a friend of mine who I’ve talked to for a number of different stories over the years. As Harris seems to have a

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State Police Seek Black Sedan In Fatal Hit-And-Run On I-64

Illinois State Police Seek Black Sedan In Fatal Hit-And-Run On I-64 Ervin Goeden, 93, Killed By Friday Crash Ervin Goeden, 93, of Omaha, Neb., was killed in a hit-and-run accident on Friday, January 5, on I-64 eastbound near the 47.5 mile marker, with the crash occurring at approximately 5:05 p.m. The preliminary release from District

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Sheriff’s Report – December 20, 2017

Sheriff’s Report – December 20, 2017 December 17 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy took a vehicle crash report that occurred on December 16, 2017 on E. Second St. near the intersection of Main St. in New Minden. A vehicle owned by Brooke Rhodes of Okawville was parked when it was struck by an unknown vehicle.

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Nashville FFA Chapter Receives Three Star National Chapter Award

Nashville FFA Chapter Receives Three Star National Chapter Award By Alex Johannes Chapter Reporter The National FFA Organization recently recognized the Nashville FFA Chapter as a three-star winner in the National FFA Chapter Award program. A three-star winner indicates that the Nashville FFA Chapter is within the top third of all FFA chapters in the

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Hornet Musicians Play Christmas Concert

Hornet Musicians Play Christmas Concert The Nashville Community High School Music Department held their annual Christmas concert in Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Sunday, December 10. Several NCHS ensembles played during the performance, among the them the NCHS Concert Band, ABOVE, and the Mixed Choir, BELOW, which will be performing at the 2018 Illinois

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Lions Club Searching For The BEST Lights In Town

Lions Club Searching For The BEST Lights In Town The Nashville Lions Club will again be awarding five equal monetary prizes to the five best residential Christmas lighting displays in the Nashville area. The judging will take place on Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 5 p.m. All homes within a one mile radius of Nashville

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Trinity–St. John School Hosts Williamson For Concert

Trinity–St. John School Hosts Williamson For Concert Trinity–St. John School of Nashville hosted Jennie Williamson of Nashville, Tenn., who encouraged the crowd to get excited, saying, “we’re all from Nashville here!” Williamson played a concert at the school during the day on Friday, December 1, where students from St. Ann Catholic School, Immanuel Lutheran School

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Amy Center Satellite Office Opens In Nashville

Amy Center Satellite Office Opens In Nashville The Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center was founded in 1990 by Dennis Schulz in memory of his daughter Amy. Amy was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered. Since then, the center has provided children who are victims of abuse, both physical and sexual services that include case management, counseling

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Santa Land Is Coming To Town

Santa Land Is Coming To Town It’s that time of year again – New Heart Fellowship Church in Beaucoup will again host Santa Land at the Ashley Park Pavilion in Ashley. Every year for the last four years New Heart has hosted Santa Land, a tradition that was started with the Friends and Neighbors of

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