By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved a donation of $300 to the Washington County Arts Council at their meeting held on Thursday, March 16. This donation helps to fund the arts council for the year. The arts council puts on events like Shakespeare in the Park and the Summer Concert series, and
By Alex Haglund The city held a bid opening for Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) appropriations for the coming year on Tuesday, March 14. The items, and bids approved by the city council at their regular meeting on Thursday, March 16, are: • 250 tons B.A.M. Bituminous Mixture Number One, with a bid of $45.73
The gate at the City of Nashville’s compost site is now locked – citizens will be able to drop waste off there on Wednesdays and Saturdays from April through January, and at other times if arrangements are made with public works. New Rules To Be Added To Permit By Alex Haglund Nashville City Streets
By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board met at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 14, for their regular monthly meeting, a brief one, during which a switch to a new tax software system for the county was approved, as was a project to install a sound system into the county board room.
Happy Reunion, Happy Birthday – One-Year-Old Cameron Smith Reunites With The Washington Ambulance Crew That Helped Bring Him Into The World Safely
ABOVE, Cameron Smith and his mother Jeanette Bequette visited the Washington County Ambulance Department on Tuesday, March 14, for a first birthday party, here with the crew that helped to save his life, FROM LEFT, Paramedics Jessica Laird-King, Jim Hodges, Matt Bierman, 911 Dispatcher Derek Moss, paramedic Gene Howe, and Darrah Sabo, a student
The soft maple tree in front of William Brammeier’s home on Oakdale Blacktop was planted in 1918 by his father, Theodore Brammeier. By Alex Haglund A century is a long time. A very long time for a person. For a tree? Not quite as long, but a tree still sees a lot in
Sara Habbe, ABOVE, was honored by The Nashville Chamber of Commerce as their 2017 Volunteer of the Year. “I have been inspired by many people in my life,” Habbe said, “none more than my parents,” Mary Anne and Lee Roy Borowiak, who were present at the head table with Habbe. Lee Roy was a
All Photos Special To The Nashville News, Courtesy of Steve Humphrey, Humphrey Photography. Images Copyright Humphrey Photography. Visit humphoto.com to purchase images or for more information. By Brent Huelsmann For the first time in 30 years, the Okawville Rockets boys basketball team brought home a trophy from the State Tournament. After beating
Dear Readers: It’s an exciting time here. Spring is so close I can practically taste it (Yum…Hayfever!), and well, if we’re being honest, it’s still pretty chilly out, but it is March and this Monday was Casimir Pulaski Day so that means Sunday was…DuBois PolishFest! I have enjoyed PolishFest for a long time before I
The volunteer firefighters of the Nashville Fire Protection District held a training night on Thursday, March 2, and began to practice operations with the department’s new ladder truck. The truck’s extendable ladder has rungs that are illuminated with blue LEDs.