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Get Shuffling Fridays At The American Legion

Friday evenings, a shuffleboard event will be held at the Nashville American Legion in the upstairs hall. The event is free, and is open to anyone age 14 and older. In addition to the shuffleboard, which will include a shootout with cash prizes, there will also be music, attendance prizes, cornhole and other games. The

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Hofbraufest 2018 Parade Gallery

Saturday Afternoon Parade for 50th Hofbraufest Hoyleton Hofbraufest celebrated their 50th anniversary by having a parade on the afternoon of Saturday, July 7. See more from Hofbraufest 2018 in the July 11, 2018 edition of The Nashville News

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Bluegrass, Black Skies

George Portz And Bluegrass Friends, Arts Council Volunteers Soldier On Through Downpour The Summer Concert held on the evening of Thursday, June 28 was a wet one. Ominous weather reports moved the show from the courthouse lawn to the Pavilion Across the Creek at Memorial Park. The pavilion’s roof provided some cover as the rain

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“Zink The Zebra” Of Rainbow Ranch Dies From Lightning Strike

By Alex Haglund Rainbow Ranch suffered a heartbreaking loss on Thursday, June 21, when Zink the Zebra, a standard donkey that was renamed after a spotted in Zebra in a book, died after being struck by lightning. The donkey that would one day become Zink, “came to us about 15 years ago as ‘Penny the

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Letting Freedom Ring

Nashville Celebrates A Muggy Midweek Independence Day July 4, Independence Day, the 242nd anniversary of America declaring her independence from England, fell in the middle of the week for 2018, with a sweltering Wednesday marking the celebratory occasion. In Nashville, the annual fireworks display, put on by volunteers from the Nashville Fire Protection District, with

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St. Ann Holds Parish Picnic Saturday

There was plenty of fun to be had at the St. Ann Parish Picnic, held the afternoon and evening of Saturday, June 30. BELOW, Meredith Anderson and Olivia Kujawa attend to the petting zoo. ABOVE, Riley Hund gets a “unicorn” ride, guided by Mary Kozuszek.

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The Nashville News Now Under New Ownership

Beginning the newspaper’s 85th year of publication, an announcement was made on Friday, June 29, that The Nashville News has a new owner, after Greg Hoskins of Better Newspapers, Inc., acquired the paper from previous owner Chuck Neal. Hoskins met Friday with Bruce Wallace, manager of The Nashville News and Neal’s representative, to finalize the

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Outta The Park

Historical Society Presents Murpshyboro Clarkes Versus St. Louis Brown Stockings In Two “1860 Rules” Vintage Base Ball Games In Nashville By Alex Haglund The Washington County Historical Society held their second annual Vintage Base Ball game, on Saturday, June 30, at the Diamond Across the Creek at Memorial Park in Nashville. The sweltering weather Saturday

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