Sara Habbe, ABOVE, was honored by The Nashville Chamber of Commerce as their 2017 Volunteer of the Year. “I have been inspired by many people in my life,” Habbe said, “none more than my parents,” Mary Anne and Lee Roy Borowiak, who were present at the head table with Habbe. Lee Roy was a
The volunteer firefighters of the Nashville Fire Protection District held a training night on Thursday, March 2, and began to practice operations with the department’s new ladder truck. The truck’s extendable ladder has rungs that are illuminated with blue LEDs.
By Jill Moon The Okawville Village Board held its monthly meeting on February 27. The board was pleased to swear in former part-time police officer Evan Ford as a full-time patrolman. They voted at their meeting last month to promote him to full-time. Patrolman Ford’s fiancee Kelsey Hovorka attended the swearing in. Mayor
Andy Kabat guides his tractor down the parade route at DuBois PolishFest, held on Sunday, March 5, in observance of Casimir Pulaski Day. The float that he was pulling was the Kabat family’s, and was in honor of his father, the late Butch Kabat, who organized the antique tractor display before the parade in years
Every year, the Sunday before Casimir Pulaski Day, the town of DuBois hosts its raucous PolishFest. This Sunday, March 5 was this year’s event, with the parade beginning at 1 p.m. Following that there was lots more food, fun, music, and of course, “piwa.” See someone you know in the gallery? Feel free to share
NCHS Students from Paul Welte’s Computer Maintenance and Tech Support Class and from Alicia Heggemeier’s Web Page Design Class stand in front of their handiwork: a full color LED display built by Welte’s class and with regular weekly programming provided by Heggemeier’s class. By Alex Haglund If things look a little more colorful in the