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Oakdale Eggstravaganza Supporters Make Donations Before Big Event

Pyatt Funeral Home, Justin Nehrkorn, Larry Cole, David Moore and Kitty Wisely. The 25th annual (a quarter century, WOW!) Oakdale Eggstravaganza is coming up this Saturday, March 24, when ringing in spring and Easter, the whole town of Oakdale is turned into an Easter….EGGSTRAVAGANZA. It takes a lot of effort, a lot of time and

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March 20, 2018 Washington County Primary Election Results

23 OF 23 PRECINCTS REPORTING, 2940 BALLOTS CAST ( 9601 VOTERS ) Information Comes from gbsvote.com, the company that the office of Washington County Clerk Nancy Heseman utilizes for tabulation.   R GOVERNOR/LT GOVERNOR 23 of 23 precincts reporting Vote for ( 1 ) RAUNER/SANGUINETTI (Republican) 1500 66.43% IVES/MORTHLAND (Republican) 758 33.57% R ATTORNEY GENERAL 23 of

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City To Install High-Efficiency LED Bulbs

By Alex Haglund At the beginning of the meeting of the Nashville City Council on Thursday, March 15, Mayor Erik Rolf asked for a brief moment of silence in memory of Karl Pries, who passed away on March 10. Rolf stated that Pries was a member of the Municipal Golf Course Board and was grandfather

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Student Work Showcased At NCHS Fine Arts Festival

Nashville Community High School had their annual fine arts festival and vocational showcase on the evening of Thursday, March 15. The event featured pieces of visual arts, multimedia projects, and vocational, technology and history projects on display. Joining NCHS students were student artists and musicians of a younger age from the district’s feeder schools. ABOVE

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Monster Killing Time At NCHS

Demons, dwarves, elves, faeries, football players and cheerleaders…and a dungeon master. This weekend, the world of fantasy smashes headlong into the world of high school when the Nashville Community High School Drama Club presents “She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurer’s Edition”, by Qui Nguyen. Performances of the play will be on the NCHS Auditorium stage at

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Chamber Honors Volunteer Of The Year Josh Curl

2018 Nashville Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year Josh Curl, RIGHT, laughs as banquet emcee Brad “Bo” Meyer delivers his roast. By Alex Haglund The Nashville Chamber of Commerce honored Josh Curl, the 2018 Volunteer of the Year, with a banquet held at the Nashville American Legion on the evening of Monday, March 12.

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NCHS Band Invited To Play Sugar Bowl

By Alex Haglund NCHS Music Department Head Steve Browne was present at the Nashville Community High School Board’s regular meeting for February, held on the evening of Monday, February 26, and shared the exciting news that the NCHS Marching Band had been invited to play at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on New Year’s

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So Far Away, Yet So Close…

NCHS Ukrainian exchange student Maksym Kuzhdin helps to facilitate a Skype conversation between his NCHS Classmates, TOP, and his classmates from school back home in Ukraine, BELOW. By Alex Haglund Despite a geographic gulf of thousands of miles, on the morning of Thursday, March 1, a group of students from NCHS and another from a

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A Beautiful Day For A POLISHFEST

Polish American War Veterans, a staple of the annual Polishfest Parade distribute beads to parade watchers on the afternoon of Sunday, March 4. This was the 24th annual Polishfest, held in DuBois the Sunday before Casimir Pulaski Day (weather permitting). The Nashville News’ Polishfest galleries are some of the most popular items to browse online

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