Members who participated were, BACK ROW, Alex Johannes, Austin Schorfheide, Tyler Jahnke, Tabor Kozuszek, Bailey Schorfheide, Holli Fullerton, and Emily Stern, and FRONT ROW, Emily Wisely, Danya Parrish, Mady Reichmann, Johnna Bergmann, Reighn Stofferahn, Karlie Voss, and Liz Biermann. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter The Nashville FFA Horticulture team recently brought home some
FROM LEFT, Reese Varel, Harrison Zgonina, and Tessa Kellerman. The annual Diocesan Speech Meet was held on Saturday, April 29 at St. Ann Catholic School with over a dozen schools and several dozen students participating. Students, coaches, judges and parents from the metro east, southern Illinois and points west made the trek in
Contestants included, FROM LEFT, Mason Niedbalski, Carli Hoffman, Austin Schorfheide, and Callie McClay. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter On April 26, members of the Nashville FFA Chapter attended the District V Job Interview Career Development Event held at the SIU College of Agriculture Sciences. This contest is designed to help members enhance their
ABOVE, NCHS Seniors Taylor Cook and Tyler Jahnke, who were the recipients of the Optimist Club Community Service Award Scholarships. BELOW, NCHS senior Johnna Bergmann, who won the club level of the Optimist Essay contest. A special thank you to the community members who served as judges: Palma Stiegman, Danny Donato, and Macee
SCHNITKER Danny and Tami Schnitker of Hoyleton are proud to announce the birth of their second son. Wesley Joseph was born on March 7, 2017 at 5:37 PM at Good Samaritan Hospital in Mt. Vernon. He weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and measured 20 inches long. Wesley was welcomed home by his big brother,
Trustees and officers of Nashville Township came honored William B. Richards for serving 54 years as the township clerk. Richards, CENTER, is accompanied by, FROM LEFT, TWP Clerk Chris Maschhoff, Road Commissioner Greg Schorfheide, TWP Supervisor Lester D. Campbell, Trustee Roland Jones, Trustee Fred Reid and Trustee Lester Lange.
Memorial Day weekend marked the one year anniversary of the B & B Quik Mart in Oakdale. Starting a small business in Illinois is a risky venture and many things must to go correctly for a business to succeed. B & B Quik Mart in Oakdale has worked and found their niche. From the beginning,
Outgoing Washington County Historical Society President David Marshall or “Hobo Dave”, RIGHT, gave a presentation for the Historical Society’s annual banquet on the railroads of Washington County, assisted by real life railroader Bob Howard, LEFT. There were many more railroads and short lines in the county 100 or even 50 years ago and it
The Okawville High School Student Leadership Team, represented by Fiona Winkel and Max Aubel, made a $350 donation to Angel for Autism, represented by Kristen Storey. The donation is the profit from the April Autism Awareness shirt sale conducted in conjunction with Nashville High School.
School’s Out! Seniors of the class of 2017 toss their hats at the end of graduation on Sunday, May 28. The students of the Nashville Community High School said their final farewells to the school and Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Sunday, May 28 – graduation! For a look at these outgoing Hornet