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Letter: Search For Details Of The WCH–SSM Agreement

As much as Nashville and surrounding communities seem to want the Washington County Hospital to not become like many small rural hospital casualties which are facing closure, the hospital’s destiny seems to be in the hands of a small Board of Directors who have decided that public awareness of the board’s decisions is not in

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Kaskaskia River Brass Starts Off Summer Concert Series

Concerts’ Return To Courthouse Lawn Will Have To Wait Concert Moved To Grace United Methodist Church Due To Storms Earlier In Day And Forecast For More Kaskaskia River Brass, a horn ensemble with a drummer, led by Len Campbell of Nashville, kicked off the 2018 Summer Concert Series on the evening of Thursday, May 31.

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Kirchner And Brink Discuss Band Practice Field With NCHS Board

Jennifer Brink and David Kirchner talked to the NCHS Board about Kirchner Family Company plans for a music practice field. By Alex Haglund David Kirchner and Jennifer Brink spoke to the board of Nashville Community High School at their regular meeting for May, held on Monday, May 21, giving them some details about a proposed

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Memorial Day Observances Held At Park

Honoring Those Who Gave Everything… Annual Memorial Day observances were held at Memorial Park in Nashville on the morning of Monday, May 28. The ceremony included an invocation by Pastor Timothy Mueller of St. John’s Lutheran Church, New Minden, music by the NCHS Band, laying of wreaths, playing of taps and a 21-gun salute by

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On To The Next Chapter

Class Of 2018 Graduates From NCHS Seniors no more: graduates toss their hats into the air as the commencement exercises at Nashville Community High School draw to a close on the hot and humid afternoon of Sunday, May 27. The Nashville News posted a “Facebook Live” video of the ceremony. A full gallery from the

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Fond Farewell

NCHS exchange student Maksym Kuzhdin and host father Tom Speedie. Kuzhdin will head back to his home in Ukraine on June 5. Maksym Kuzhdin’s Year In Nashville Comes To A Close By Alex Haglund Sunday afternoon, graduation was held. Despite having a year of high school left, exchange student Maksym Kuzhdin walked across the stage

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Bringing The Law To The Lawless

Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy John Kennedy Visits With Preschoolers At Happy Days A HUGE thank you goes to Chief Deputy John Kennedy of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department for coming to visit us at Happy Days Preschool. Kennedy PATIENTLY answered such questions as: Are you ever scared? What do you do with the bad guys?

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Graduates And School Honors – May 23, 2018

2018 Nashville Middle School Graduates Annie Ahlers, daughter of Blake and Courtney Ahlers. Brandee Anselment, daughter of Amy Anselment and Doug Anselment. Esdon Bartling, son of Danny and Karen Bartling. Hailey Baugh, daughter of Melanie Caplinger and Jason Baugh. Ian Blazier, son of Dan and Jamie Blazier. Abigail Boudah, daughter of Daniel and Robin Boudah.

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Sonya’s Gotta Dance Studio Holds Spring “Fabulous 40s” Recitals

Spring Recitals Held On Two Nights The young dancers at Sonya’s Gotta Dance Studio of Nashville held their spring “Fabulous 40s” recital at NCHS on the evenings of Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20. Dancers included, TOP, FROM LEFT, BACK ROW, Madison Niedbalski, Addysen Rennegarbe, Brooklynne Behiter,Tyler Hicks, Savanna Meyer, Celeste McDonald, Olivia Kujawa,Adyson

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City Continues Working On Ordinance Violations

Citizens Asked To Keep Lawns Mowed, Mayor Notes Improvements By Alex Haglund Mayor Erik Rolf asked the Nashville City Council to take a brief moment of silence in memory of Sandra Kolweier at the start of the council’s second meeting of the month, on the evening of Thursday, May 17. “Sandra was Ray’s (Kolweier, former

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