2017 Fall Festival Booth Award Winners Third Place – Bearden’s Back Acre Farms Second Place – Pokorney’s Kettle Korn And Crafts First Place – Uniquely Yours
Fall Festival 2017 Photo Gallery Pictures from the 37th annual Nashville Fall Festival, held Friday, September 29, and Saturday, September 30, 2017. Do you have pictures you took that you’d like to see here? Send them to The Nashville News at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hitting Her Marks Being Legally Blind Does Not Stop Musician Selina Reynolds From Competing With NCHS Marching Hornets Marching Band is an activity which takes an enormous amount of dedication and hard work. Kids at NCHS who sign up for this activity know in advance that they will be known as the Marching Hornets. After
The Nashville News has received show award winners names as well as scores of photos from the U of I County Extension of those honored for their 4-H shows from this year. In the past, due to the volume of these photos, we have printed them piecemeal, a process that could stretch out for months.
Nashville Middle School Band, Dance Team Take Part In Wheat Festival Parade Sunday, September 17, Nashville Middle School’s Band and Dance Team marched in Okawville Wheat Festival Parade. The students performed and danced to “Uptown Funk” under the direction of Amanda Pytlinski, Coach Kayla Hund, and Assistant Coach Kristin Stanley. The students did a fantastic
Apple Picking Trip For Happy Days PreSchoolers Both classes at Happy Days Preschool took a fine fall field trip on Friday, September 15, when they paid a visit to Schwartz Orchard in Centralia. The kids (and parents and teachers too) picked their own apples, played games, went through a maze and had a snack. Parents
Junior Hornettes Book Return Trip To State NMS Softball Squad Advances To State Tournament Following Win Over Breese By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Middle School Jr. Hornettes softball team, advanced to State for the third consecutive year, after defeating Breese 12-1 in the Regional Championship game. After dropping a game to Murphysboro, the Jr.
By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved the purchase of a 2018 Ford Police Interceptor SUV for the Nashville Police Department at their second regular monthly meeting for September, held on Thursday, September 21. The new vehicle will cost the city $35,130, and is already equipped with a light bar and controlled. It needs
Nashville Fall Festival This Friday And Saturday ABOVE, Pokorney’s Kettle Korn was one of the booth award winners at the 2016 Fall Festival By Alex Haglund This Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30, The Nashville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 37th annual Fall Festival in the area around the Courthouse Square in
Community Calendar – September 27, 2017 NASHVILLE FALL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 29 AND 30 ACTIVITIES Thursday, September 28 Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale, Preview Night, $5 admission, 5 to 8 p.m., Nashville Public Library Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, September 29 Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale,