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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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NCHS Board Approves Retirement Agreement With Superintendent Ernie Fowler

NCHS Board Approves Retirement Agreement With Superintendent Ernie Fowler Fowler To Receive Compensation As Consideration For Retirement By Alex Haglund The Board of Nashville Community High School approved a retirement agreement with District Superintendent Ernie Fowler following their regular meeting for the month of September, which was held on Monday, September 25, when no action

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Citizens Attend Council Meeting In Support Of Hopfingers

Misty Gregory, of Woodlawn, was one of those who spoke to the Nashville City Council in support of Greg Hopfinger. By Alex Haglund Numerous citizens and others who know dismissed Nashville Police Lieutenant Greg Hopfinger and his wife, police secretary Melissa Hopfinger, attended the meeting of the Nashville City Council meeting held on Thursday, September

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Hurricane Relief – Heading North: Huges Host Florida Cousins

Kerri and Dean Huge of Nashville hosted several of Kerri’s cousins at their home, after they fled their homes in Melbourne, Fla., prior to Hurricane Irma’s landfall. Those staying in Nashville included, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT, Tony Guarino, Brenda Brown (daughter of Nadine Fox-Adams, of Nashville), Kerri Huge, Crista Guarino, Anthony Guarino, Kaci Cantlon, and

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9/11 Memorial In Courthouse

With the 16th anniversary of the tragic 9/11 attacks coming up, Washington County residents should remember that there is a 9/11 memorial located in the Washington County Courthouse. At the center of the memorial is a piece of steel from the towers which was recovered after the attack.

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