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Bradac Will Not Seek Reelection As Sheriff

For the last three years I have served as your Sheriff. Words cannot express how honored I am to have been elected into such a position of great community trust. Such a position must be taken seriously because, to put it simply, it is a big job. A person aspiring to be the Sheriff must

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Nashville Police Report – August 23, 2017

August 14 The Nashville Police Department responded to the 200 block of W. St. Louis St. for suspicious activity. Officers responded to the 300 block of W. Lebanon St. for a domestic dispute. August 15 Police responded to the 500 block of S. Broadway St. for a domestic dispute. Officers responded to the 800 block

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West Nile Mosquitoes Found At Memorial Park

By Alex Haglund Mosquitoes at Memorial Park in Nashville have tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to Babs Frederking, RN, of the Washington County Health Department. Frederking has been testing populations of mosquitoes for the presence of West Nile and contacted the Nashville News about the Memorial Park mosquitoes. The testing that discovered the

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Changing Time Zones, Big Portions And Lots Of New People

Maksym Kuzhdin in front of NCHS. Ukrainian Exchange Student Maksym Kuzhdin’s First Week In Nashville By Maksym Kuzhdin “Hello! I’m Maks, an exchange student from Ukraine” – a few dozens of Nashville citizens have heard this phrase from me, and now I have this wonderful opportunity to introduce myself to the whole town community. Before

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August 21, 2017 – The Great American Eclipse

The eclipse’s totality, occurring at about 1:20 p.m., as visible from Oakdale. By Alex Haglund The eclipse of August 21, 2017 passed over southern Illinois and Washington County Monday with totality occurring at about 1:20 p.m. As the moment approached and the sun’s light was blocked by the moon, the skies grew dim and the

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City Of Nashville Approves Payments For Washington County Senior Services

By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved paying $800 per month to Washington County Senior Services, in order to help the group continue to operate in the assistance of local seniors. Opal Koch, the director of senior services, spoke with council at their second regular meeting for August, held on Thursday, August 17 at

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