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Kozuszek Wins Essay Contest

Essay Competition Winner Talanie Kozuszek. Each school year, the Catholic Daughters of Americas sponsor an Education Contest for middle school students in Catholic schools. The local chapter, Court of Our Lady of Lourdes #1790, oversees the contest in our area. St. Ann Catholic School teacher Mrs. Marsha Holzhauer uses the contest as a learning tool

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Sheriff’s Department K-9 Marley Dies Following Accident With ATV

On Tuesday, September 5 Washington County K-9 Marley was injured in an unfortunate accident. Marley escaped the control of her handler Deputy Tommy Moss and chased an ATV which ultimately struck her. The incident occurred near Deputy Moss’ residence while both were off duty. Immediately following the accident Deputy Moss transported Marley to meet with

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Golf Course Celebrates 50th Anniversary

On Saturday, September 9, the Nashville Municipal Golf Course celebrated the 50th anniversary of its opening day in 1967. Golfers, including some of those who were there on Day One, took to the course this Saturday morning to celebrate the occasion and to play a round. Those present include, FROM LEFT, Lloyd Karmeier, Richard Ruggles,

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Marching Hornets Compete At Metro East Classic

The Marching Hornets were in action on Saturday, September 9 in O’Fallon at the 37th annual Metro East Marching Classic at O’Fallon High School. This marching competition draws schools from all over the greater St. Louis area and had schools from as far away as Decatur Illinois. The Marching Hornets have been marching in this

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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 – Washington County Ambulance Crew Deployed To Florida

By Alex Haglund While many people head north and west to avoid the wrath of Hurricane Irma, two of Washington County’s public servants are doing the opposite. Late on the night of Saturday, September 9, Washington County Ambulance Department Paramedics Kevin Woolever and Jessika King departed for Florida, along with other paramedics from Litton Ambulance

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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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NASHVEGAS! Nashville Community High School Homecoming Week

Nashville Community High School will celebrate its homecoming October 2 – October 7. NCHS Student Council members have been busy from the beginning of school planning for this event, and they have chosen “Nashvegas” as this year’s homecoming theme. On Friday, October 6, 2017, students will be dismissed from school at 11:30 a.m., and the

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