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Nashville Education Association Statement On Retirement Of Superintendent Ernie Fowler

Nashville Education Association Statement On Retirement Of Superintendent Ernie Fowler Following the approval of a retirement agreement for Superintendent Ernie Fowler by the Nashville Community High School Board on the evening of Tuesday, September 26, The Nashville Education Association, the teachers’ union, released a statement: “Mr. Fowler’s retirement as superintendent of NCHS will enable our

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Jr. Hornets Advance To State

Junior Hornets Advance To State NMS Baseball Team Defeats Breese 7-2 In Regional Championship Game ABOVE, The Nashville Jr. Hornets baseball team defeated Breese 7-2 in the Regional Championship game to advance to State. FRONT ROW, Jake Hofstetter, Bryson McCleary, Blaine Emrick, Trey Reinburg, Talan Robinson, JT Malawy, Carson Cook, Brady Stein. BACK ROW, Coach

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No Action Taken On Fowler By NCHS Board…Yet

No Action Taken On Fowler By NCHS Board…Yet September Meeting Is Recessed Rather Than Adjourned, To Be Continued Tuesday, September 26 NCHS Principal Mark Begando, LEFT, gives a report to the school board at their meeting held on Monday, September 25, where he praised NCHS faculty, staff and students. District Superintendent Ernie Fowler was not

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Wisely Wins Awards At Springfield Fair

Eric Wisely and Especially A Doll. The week of July 19, Eric Wisely of Oakdale, and his horse Especially A Doll, participated in the Illinois State Jr. Horse Show in Springfield. While representing the Oakdale Four Leaf Clovers 4-H club and Washington County 4H, he won the All Around High Point Award for ages 8

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Nashville FFA Earns Second Place at Farmyard Follies

Nashville FFA Earns Second Place at Farmyard Follies By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter The Nashville FFA Chapter kicked off its 2017-2018 year by attending the DuQuoin State Fair Farmyard Follies on August 28, 2017. At the event, members competed against members from other chapters across Southern Illinois. During the competition, the matchup featured eight events

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Nashville #49 Superintendent’s Updates – September 20, 2017

Nashville #49 Superintendent’s Updates – September 20, 2017 It is very hard to believe that we have already passed the mid-way point of the first quarter! We are off to a great start here at Nashville #49 and are extremely proud of what our students have accomplished already this year! Our baseball and softball teams

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Sheriff’s Report – September 20, 2017

Sheriff’s Report – September 20, 2017 September 11 The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded to a welfare check on West Front Street in Addieville, Illinois. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded to a residence on North Lincoln Street, Oakdale in reference to a civil matter. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded to a two vehicle

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Police Report – September 20, 2017

Police Report – September 20, 2017 September 11 The Nashville Police Department responded to the 100 block of E. Lebanon St. for suspicious activity. Officers responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 for a suspicious person. Police responded to the 800 block of N. Depot St. for a theft. Officers responded to the

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Above And Beyond – Chamber Recognizes Ruehl

The Nashville Chamber recognized Rebecca Ruehl, ABOVE, LEFT, with Chamber President Tom Speedie, presenting her with the first of their “Above and Beyond” award, for her help in organizing the “Stock The Trailer For Texas” effort for Hurricane Harvey relief. There is a letter from Ruehl and her relief effort co-organizer, Colleen Callan, published on

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