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Very Busy Month For St. Ann CYM

Activities over the past month for the Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM) at St. Ann Church of Nashville included TOP, a raffle for a car, a field trip including a visit to an Escape Room, BELOW, and the annual Easter Egg Hunt, BOTTOM. The last month has been a very busy one for the members of

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Stone Soup Shakespeare To Present “Taming Of The Shrew” As 2018 Play

Julia Stemper of Stone Soup Shakespeare, CENTER, leads NCHS English students through a workshop on Wednesday, May 2. Stone Soup Shakespeare will be in Nashville again on Thursday, May 10, when they will present “The Taming of the Shrew” in a Washington County Arts Council-sponsored performance at Memorial Park at 6 p.m. Shakespeare’s comedy The

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Citizen Addresses City Council About Chemtrails

Joseph Lamb, ABOVE, spoke to the Nashville City Council at their meeting on Thursday, May 3, about the dangers he sees to the community and country from chemicals he says are being sprayed on the populace from jet planes. By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council had a member of the public, Joseph Lamb, address

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Solar Farm Amendment Tabled By Zoning Board

By Alex Haglund The Washington County Zoning Board of Appeals met for a special meeting at the Washington County Courthouse on the evening of Thursday, May 3, to discuss a text amendment to the county zoning code regarding commercial solar farms. While there was plenty of discussion at the meeting, ultimately, the board voted to

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Washington County Relay For Life 2018 Is May 11

Hope is more than just a sign – it’s what keeps everyone involved with Relay For Life going! This year’s event will be held at the park in Okawville on the evening of Friday, May 11. Relay For Life 2018 Is Friday, At Okawville Park On May 11, 2018, community members and cancer survivors will

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Nashville Community High School April Board Meeting Notes

By Alex Haglund At the April meeting of the NCHS board, held on the evening of Monday, April 16, Interim Superintendent Thomas Hawkins was wearing multiple hats, as both District Bookkeeper Stephanie Bauza and Principal Mark Begando were absent that night. In the district’s financial accounts, Hawkins stated that despite the education fund going down

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The Real World

Eighth graders from NMS, T-SJ and St. Ann School line up at the “bank” during the Nashville Chamber of Commerce’s Reality Day, held at the Nashville Community Center on Thursday, April 26. Welcome To… The Real World By Alex Haglund Bankers distributed funds. College employees assessed tuition bills. Real estate agents set people up with

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Nashville Kroger Holds Cookout For 50th Anniversary

Nashville’s Kroger supermarket opened in its current location in April, 1968. In honor of the anniversary, there was a cookout on Saturday, April 21, where Store Manager Nathan Earnhart and Valerie Littlefield grilled hot dogs (and ribs too), served soda, water and chips, and even had balloons and treats for kids who came by.

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Deb Auld To Join Washington County Hospital Medical Group

Deb Auld, PA-C, with WCH Medical Group Director Dr. Ginger Fewell. Washington County Hospital Board, Medical Staff, Administration, and Staff are pleased to announce that Deb Auld, PA-C has joined the Medical Group at Washington County Hospital (WCH). “I am thrilled that Deb decided to join our practice,” said Dr. Ginger Fewell, WCH Medical Group

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