Hymn Festival At St. John’s, New Minden St. John’s Lutheran Church, New Minden, invites you to mark the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation with an Organ Recital/Hymn Festival Monday, October 16, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. The Title of the Festival is “The Hymns of the Lutheran Reformation: It’s Still All about Jesus.” Guest organist
Optimist Club Chili Cookoff Set For October 20 There’s a nip in the air, the leaves are changing color and what’s that? It’s must be time for the Nashville Optimist Club’s annual chili cookoff. The cookoff will be at the NCHS playing fields parking lot, just prior to the Hornets football game against West Frankfort.
All Trash, New Hire, Donations On City Council Agenda By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council met for a very quick regular meeting on Thursday, October 5, their first for the month. Two appointments to the Zoning Board were approved by the council. Bob Love was appointed to the board and Mark McCleary was reappointed
Historical Society To Host Haunted Depot For Halloween The Washington County Historical Society invites the public, grownups and children both, to their Haunted Depot (at Nashville’s Historic L&N Depot) on Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28 from 6 to 10 p.m. There will be lots of frights and scares there, so if you’re brave
Brat Pack Plays Nashville Community Center Homecoming
NCHS 2017 Homecoming Week Photo Gallery The Community gets to see a lot of the Nashville Community High School Homecoming festivities at the annual parade through downtown(see the gallery here), and at the football game. There’s a lot that happens at the school during the week before the parade, game and dance too though. It’s
NCHS 2017 Homecoming Parade Photo Gallery Photos from the 2017 NCHS Homecoming Parade, held on the afternoon of Friday, October 8, 2017, along IL-15 in Nashville. The Hornets will take on the Pinckneyville Panthers this evening – kickoff at 7 p.m., NCHS Hornet Field. Stop by and watch the game, cheer the team on, and
Emergency Management Agency And Medical Reserve Corps Stress Preparedness In Uncertain Times Whether or not you believe in Climate change? We can all agree that weather patterns are changing and becoming more severe. Think Harvey…Irma…!! With September being National Preparedness Month and winter weather fast approaching, September and the coming months are a great time
Blessing Of The Pets Held At Zion U.C.C.– Addieville A Blessing of the Pets was held at Zion UCC in Addieville, on Sunday, Oct 1, 2017. There were a few dogs, and one cat, that got blessed by Zion Pastor Bill Groennert.
Homecoming Week At NCHS This week is Homecoming Week for Nashville Community High School and all NCHS Alumni. The students have been celebrating by dressing up in unique ways this week. Monday was Career Day, Tuesday was Generation Day, Wednesday is Dress to Impress Day, Thursday is Color Day– The seniors wear black, juniors wear