Faculty, parents and students were present at the Monday, February 27 meeting of the Nashville Community School Board in support of English Teacher Bethany McQuiston, whose position was eliminated. By Alex Haglund At the February meeting of the Nashville Community High School Board, held on the evening of Monday, February 27, the board voted
By Alex Haglund The City of Nashville heard from Carolyn Detering who came to their regular meeting held on Thursday, February 16 on behalf of the Walk with the Dogs for Pancreatic Cancer, an annual fundraising walk held in Nashville in early June, and one which in its 11 years, has raised more than a
Youth motivational speaker Tom Thelen spoke at a presentation held at Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 15. “I’m not here to scare you,” Thelen said, “I’m here to give you tools.” Thelen suggested that it was important that when dealing bullies or others in a confrontation, not to lose control, even if
By Alex Haglund There are dozens, maybe hundreds of vehicles lining the walls of Henry Setzekorn’s basement just east of Nashville. Many of these vehicles are models of John Deere vehicles, as Setzekorn is a big green and yellow fan, but others are truly one-of-a-kind – these are the toys and models Setzekorn makes himself.
By Brent Huelsmann Start spreading the news, after almost three years at the helm, Jon Becker, the athletic trainer for Nashville Community High School, will be leaving. Becker accepted a one year contract to be an athletic trainer in the New York Yankees organization. Becker will mainly be working with the Staten Island Yankees, the short-season
By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved two purchases for the water and sewer department at their regular meeting held on Thursday, January 19. The first purchase up was a lagoon pump. “We’ve been replacing these at a rate of about one per year,” said water and sewer committee chair Doug Hargan. “Basically, that’s
Washington County Hospital Announces New Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Washington County Hospital (WCH) is excited to announce their new Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program. This new program is designed to help people with pulmonary problems (e.g., emphysema, lung cancer & lung cancer surgery, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD], respiratory symptoms, and pulmonary fibrosis) recover faster and improve their