The Annual Academic Challenge was held at Kaskaskia College on February 6. Fifteen district high schools were in competition in the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering Graphics, English, Math, and Physics. The Okawville Team finished first in the small school competition. Individual students from Okawville who won awards were: Biology: first place –
The annual Academic Challenge was held at Kaskaskia College on February 6. Fifteen district high schools were in competition in the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering Graphics, English, Math, and Physics. The Nashville team finished first in the medium school competition. Individual students from Nashville who won awards were: Biology: tie for second
Students from St. Ann Catholic School recently participated in a Speech Meet at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Herrin. The final speech meet of the year which includes schools from all over the Diocese of Belleville, will be held on Saturday, April 29 at St. Ann in Nashville.
Patricia Rensing firstname.lastname@example.org Service of Installation was conducted on Sunday, February 5 at Zion UCC. The following will serve: Mark Hake, President; Mark Beckemeyer, Vice-President; Kevin Meyer, Financial Treasurer; Priscilla Self, Secretary/Treasurer; Jean Fark, Nancy Fechtler, Donna Klie, and Laura Renth are Members-At-Large. Next Sunday is the Sixth Sunday after Epiphany Worship Service at Zion
By Brent Huelsmann Start spreading the news, after almost three years at the helm, Jon Becker, the athletic trainer for Nashville Community High School, will be leaving. Becker accepted a one year contract to be an athletic trainer in the New York Yankees organization. Becker will mainly be working with the Staten Island Yankees, the short-season
Farmers and Merchants Bank held their annual Non-Profit Christmas raffle, where the raffle winners are not-for-profit groups or organizations in the community’s served by FMB. This year’s winners each received a $250 donation from FMB. They are: RIGHT, Trinity–St. John Lutheran School, Karianne Schnitker, from the Nashville Branch presenting a donation to T–SJ Principal, Mrs.
On Saturday, January 21, FBLA members from Nashville Community High School participated in the Southwestern Area Regional Conference at Kaskaskia College. Fourteen students will advance to the State Leadership Conference in March to compete against FBLA members state-wide. The NCHS Students that competed included, FIRST ROW, Sara Guetersloh (3rd, Business Ethics), Christine Garner (1st, Sports
At 10am on January 21, 1967, Miss Joan Marie Driggers and USAF Major Richard “Rich” Leon Cobb were wed at Scott Air Force Base. They met in the Philippines, married in the United States, and lived for a number of years in Germany before Rich retired from the Air Force. They were blessed with four
The Studio is open for business! The Nashville Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting welcoming the Studio to Nashville. Cutting the ribbon was Nashville Mayor Ray Kolweier, accompanied by Chamber members and owners of The Studio Randy and Kathy Malawy of Edwardsville. The Studio is located at 153 S. Kaskaskia Street in Nashville, in