Chess Night At The Library Strategy, Learning And Family Fun By Alex Haglund On Tuesday night, January 2, I played chess for the first time in perhaps 10 years against Rick Harris, a friend of mine who I’ve talked to for a number of different stories over the years. As Harris seems to have a
Keep Water Running, Keep House Warm, Says City Utilities Super No Pipe Or Main Breaks This Year…Yet By Alex Haglund Following a week of frigid temperatures, Nashville City Utilities Superintendent Blaine Middleton said that water customers need to take measures to keep freeze-ups from happening when the mercury plummets. Middleton said that there were several
Sheriff’s Report – January 3, 2018 December 22 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to rural Irvington, to assist Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office with a report of domestic trouble. December 23 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the interstate for a report of a one vehicle accident. Daryl Andra Mensey, 36, of Marietta, Ga.
John Wall’s Book On Nashville Dragway Accepted Into Wally Parks NHRA Museum John Wall’s pictorial history book, “Nashville Illinois Dragway”, was recently accepted into the collection of the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum in Pomona, Calif. Wall said he waited more than four months to hear back on his submission before being notified that the
2017 Year-In-Review January The Nashville FFA received a donation from the Kirchner family which was to help them to build their greenhouse. Washington County Coroner Mark Styninger gave his report for 2016 which detailed, among other informational items, that there were 111 natural deaths, 12 accidental deaths, four suicides, one death of undetermined cause, and
NCHS Teachers List Qualities Important In Possible Future Superintendent By Alex Haglund The Nashville Community High School Board held a relatively short open session for their regular December meeting, held on the evening of Monday, December 28, which was then followed by a close-to-three-hours-long closed session. After the closed session, the board heard results of
City Of Nashville Hires Two Police Officers By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved the hiring of two new police officers, Joshua Stevens and Jeff Heinzl, at their second meeting of the month, held on the evening of Thursday, December 21. Police Committee chair Josh Fark stated that there were “two spots open, two
Recycling Club, Project Paint! Updates Given To Board By Begando By Alex Haglund NCHS Principal Mark Begando covered a fair amount of ground when he gave his update to the NCHS board at their meeting on Monday, December 18. “Both the teachers and students are working very hard,” NCHS Principal Mark Begando told the board,
The Best Christmas Lights In Town – 2017 The Nashville Lions Club annually holds a contest for the best lights in town. Judging for the lights took place beginning at 5 p.m., on Sunday, December 17, 2017. Lights on residences within one mile of Nashville City Limits were eligible for the prizes. This year, four
Washington County Retired Teachers Visit Washington County Hospital Rehab Department The Washington County Retired Teachers group visited Washington County Hospital (WCH) Rehab Department on Wed., Nov. 15. The teachers were given a tour of the department led by Kathy Luechtefeld. The group was informed about all the rehabilitation services offered at WCH.