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Styninger Promoted To Lieutenant At Police Department

Styninger Promoted To Lieutenant At Police Department By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council’s second meeting for November, rescheduled from Thursday, November 16 to Monday, November 20, was a very short one, lasting for around seven minutes all told. While there was no business for the council to vote on for the Police Committee, “we

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Shop Local, Shop Southern Illinois

Shop Local, Shop Southern Illinois By Alex Haglund Broadening the scope of shopping local to include all of Southern Illinois, the Nashville Chamber of Commerce is taking part in “Shop Southern Illinois” with the chambers of commerce of Benton/West City, Carbondale, Carterville, Chester, DuQuoin, Golconda, Hamilton County, Herrin, Marion, Metropolis, Murphysboro, Pinckneyville, Saline County, Union

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Community Center Holding Membership Drive

Community Center Holding Membership Drive By Alex Haglund Friday, November 10, was an exciting evening at the Community Center of Nashville, CCN, when they hosted their annual beer and wine tasting event, with the help of All-Mart of Nashville. As part of a push to help the Community Center stay afloat, the CCN Board announced

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Hoyleton Lions Club Annual Costume Contest

Hoyleton Lions Club Annual Costume Contest The Hoyleton Lions hosted their annual Costume Contest at the Hoyleton Community Club Building on Friday, October 27, 2017. A large and spirited crowd march in age bands for the judges to make their selection. The Lions donated monetary awards to the winners. Each contestant received a “goodie” bag.

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Nashville Receives Ameren Progressive City Award

Nashville Receives Ameren Progressive City Award By Alex Haglund The City of Nashville was recognized at a ceremony at city hall on Monday morning, November 6, as a “Progressive City” by Ameren Illinois. Nashville resident and Ameren sub-station supervisor Kelly Bauza presented the award to the city, and stated that he was honored to be

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Judges Emge, Rudolf Visit Nashville Middle School For Red Ribbon Week

Judges Emge, Rudolf Visit Nashville Middle School For Red Ribbon Week By Alex Haglund Every October, schools around the United States observe Red Ribbon Week, an effort to get American youth to avoid drugs, which was started in honor of murdered Drug Enforcement Agency agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. On Monday, October 30, students at Nashville

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“Shrek” Being Brought To Stage At NCHS

“Shrek” Being Brought To Stage At NCHS The NCHS Music Department is bringing “Shrek” to life on the school’s stage, with six planned performances planned – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 3,4 and 5, and 10, 11 and 12. Friday and Saturday performances start at 7 p.m., and Sunday performances at 5 p.m. Tickets are

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Washington County Board Presents Tentative Budget

Washington County Board Presents Tentative Budget By Alex Haglund The County Board presented a tentative budget for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year following their regular meeting for October, held on Tuesday, October 10. The budget is currently on public display at the office of Washington County Clerk Nancy Heseman and the board will vote to approve

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