Spooky! Trick-Or-Treat Times And Other Events There are lots of tricks, lots of treats and lots of events coming up – it’s Halloween time in Nashville and Washington County – Let’s see what’s happening! Trick Or Treat Dates And Times: Nashville, Saturday, October 28, 5 to 8 p.m. Addieville, Tuesday, October 31, 6 to 8
Facing Dire Predicament, Nashville Community Center Appeals To Citizens For Ideas, Aid By Alex Haglund There has been a lot of talk around town in the past few months that the Nashville Community Center (CCN) is in a tight spot financially. Many don’t know how tight though. Currently, CCN has a little more than $3,000
County Board Approves Oakdale Speed Limit Change By Alex Haglund Along with presenting a tentative budget for the upcoming fiscal year (See County Board Presents Tentative Budget), and hearing about a coming shortfall in MFT funds (See Serious Reductions Coming To Money For County Roads), the Washington County Board dealt with a number of other
Serious Reductions Coming To Money For County Roads By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board heard from County Highway Superintendent Mitch Burdick at their regular meeting on Tuesday, October 10, that the county’s money from Motor Fuel Taxes (MFT) would be undergoing a pretty serious decrease in the future. “I received notice, probably two weeks
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month At Washington County Hospital This October, Washington County Hospital (WCH) is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.
St. Ann School Students Collect Shoes For Clean Drinking Water By Alex Haglund St. Ann School teacher Janice Gaubatz has been heading up the Works of Mercy efforts carried out by the school’s students. For September, the work of mercy that the students carried out was twofold – to clothe the naked and to give
Section Of U.S. 51 Rechristened In Honor Of Iubelt By Alex Haglund “The price of freedom is not free,” said Charlotte Loquasto, mother of PFC Tyler Iubelt, of Tamaroa, who was killed at the age of 20 in Afghanistan one November 12, 2016. Loquasto was speaking at a ceremony at the Tamaroa Community Center on
NCHS Seniors Win Nashville News Homecoming Class Float Polls Fourth Place – Freshmen After the NCHS Homecoming parade held along IL-15 on the afternoon of Friday, October 6 (right past The Nashville News office!), we posted our parade gallery online and on our Facebook and Twitter pages, we held an informal, unscientific poll – which class
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.