Glen Woker is hanging up his apron for the last time. After 48 years with the Kroger Company, Glen Woker will be retiring. Kroger invites those who wish to see Glen off to visit Nashville Kroger on Saturday, January 28, and pass on your best wishes. Congratulations to Glen!
Local students were named to the Dean’s List at McKendree University for the Fall 2016 semester. Making the Dean’s List was, Jessica Heggemeier, of Nashville, Abbi Liske, of Ashley, Bryce Paszkiewicz, of Nashville, and Gage Simmons, of Nashville. In order to qualify for the Dean’s List students had to earn a grade point average of
Central Methodist University student Nick Fortag, a Computer Science major from Ashley, Ill., has been named to the CMU Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. To make the list, students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester, among other criteria, according to CMU Provost and Dean of
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has announced the names of students qualifying for the Dean’s List for fall 2016. To qualify, a student must maintain a grade-point average of 3.5 or better and have 12 hours calculated (B is equivalent to 3.0; A to 4.0). Washington County Students on the Dean’s List include: Alexia Castic, DuBois;
After learning of the Pioneer Grant from local pioneer local Pioneer Sales Professional Kristi Droste, the Okawville FFA Chapter took the initiative to fill out the grant for their greenhouse. This $1,000 grant will be used to help buy fertilizer and items needed for the newly built greenhouse. Pioneer also donated $1,000 to the Nashville
Paige Kasten dribbles down court during the Hornettes win over the Triad Lady Knights on January 19. By Brent Huelsmann After entering the Highland Tournament just six three pointers shy of breaking the Nashville High School school record for three pointers made in a season, Paige Kasten was able to break the record in her
NCHS Athletic Director Wayne Harre presents the Don Hawkins Sportsmanship Award to Central Cougars basketball coach Jeremy Shubert.
Washington County Right To Life has selected a winner for their annual Quilt Raffle. The quilt shown with Right To Life members Carolyn Rennegarbe and Shirley Vernon will go to Linda Williams of Nashville.
NCHS Athletic Director Wayne Harre was honored during halftime of the Hornets loss to Teutopolis on Friday January 20. Harre will be inducted in to the IBCA Hall of Fame on May 6. In 15 seasons as the girls basketball coach at Nashville High School, Harre compiled a record of 412-78, won 15 conference championships,
FROM LEFT, Johnna Bergmann, Mason Niedbalski, Andrew Bierman, Cody Keifer, Cade Krueger, Brendon Schettler, Joe Liggett, Derek Fullerton, Neil Kachuba, John Kwiatkowski, Bri Cobb, Abby Lowry, and Sarah Kozuszek. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Recently, the Nashville FFA Chapter hosted a school-wide campaign called Donate for Donuts which provides the people at the local Women’s