The Cub Scouts of Nashville’s Pack 127 got a firefighting lesson on Tuesday evening, July 18. The night was their “water night”, and they had some special help from Nashville Fire Protection District Volunteer Firefighters Chris Frerker and Seth Dinkelman, who came to the Scout House at Memorial Park with a tanker/pumper truck freshly topped
Dear Readers: I LOVE fireworks. Any family of mine and anyone who has known me for any amount of time (particularly during my college years) would probably take this statement as correct but an under-exaggeration. I have a college professor that still tells his students to “ask him about blowing up the toilet” when they
The NCHS FFA sent a group of students to the Illinois FFA State Convention, held on June 13 through 15 at the Bank of Springfield Convention Center in Springfield. The NCHS Chapter brought home numerous awards from the convention, which are listed on page B8, along with more photos from the convention. NCHS Students attending
By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board reviewed several zoning cases at their regular monthly meeting held on Tuesday, July 11 at the Washington County Courthouse. Two of the zoning cases, Request 003-17, Bryan Kuder, and 004-17, Caitlin Harting, were both revisited after initially being on the agenda at the June meeting. At the June
The 2017 Washington County Fair featured a sand volleyball tournament for the first time, with matches running from Friday through Saturday afternoon. When all was said and done, Team Peck, BELOW, was the tournament winner.
A photo gallery of pictures from the Washington County Fair. We will add to this as we get more photos put on nash-news.com Updated (Glow Run, 10:53 a.m., Friday, July 14) Updated (Reader-Submitted Photos, 2:57 p.m., Friday, July 14. Received courtesy of Jamie Juenger and Chris & Dee Geppert) Updated (ITPA Tractor Pull Photos, 3:39
By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved a few purchases at their first regular meeting of the month, held on Thursday, July 6, including a skid steer and new heating and air conditioning for the police department. The street department presented bids to the council for a new skid steer, along with a number
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D–IL), speaks with Dr. Ginger Fewell, Washington County Hospital Board Member Dale Blohm, and WCH CEO and President Nancy Newby before a meeting at WCH on the morning of Friday, July 7. By Alex Haglund Illinois’ Senior United States Senator Dick Durbin (D–IL) paid a visit to Washington County Hospital