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Community Calendar – December 28, 2016

Community Calendar ACTIVITIES Thursday, December 29 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, December 30 Deadline For Ads, Stories and Submissions for the Wednesday, January 4 edition of The Nashville News, 12 p.m. Christmas Tree Pickup, City of Nashville. Next Pickup January 6 Saturday, December 31 New Years Eve Have Fun

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Nashville News Calendar

In this edition, the last of 2016, we’ve included The Nashville News 2017 calendar, to help you stay ahead of the year that’s ahead. The calendar is brought to you by the Nashville News, along with our many customers throughout the community. Check it out today and start 2017 off right!

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Central College Symphonic Wind Ensemble To Perform In Nashville

The Central College Symphonic Wind Ensemble plans a performance in Nashville, Illinois as part of their winter tour schedule. The performance will be held at Grace United Methodist Church, 250 N. Mill Street, on Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. The twenty-seven-member ensemble will also be visiting Centerville, IA, Hermitage, TN and Nashville, TN

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Nashville News New Years Closing

For New Years, The Nashville News will close on Monday, January 2. Deadline for the Wednesday, January 4 edition of the paper will be at 12 p.m. on Friday, December 30. Please get all ads or stories to The Nashville News as soon as possible to insure that they are included in the issues following

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CPR And First Aid Training At Washington County Hospital

Washington County Hospital is hosting a CPR & First Aid Training class open to the public. The class will be held on Tuesday, January 10 to begin at 6:00 p.m. There is a $25 fee per participant. (Please bring cash/check) The CPR/First Aid Class will be located in the Conference Rooms on the lower level

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County Board Hears Reports From Mewes, Frederking

By Alex Haglund At the meeting of the Washington County Board held on Tuesday, December 13, the board heard reports from County Supervisor of Assessments Sharon Mewes and from Washington County Health Department Administrator Sharon Frederking. Mewes went up first and stated that everything was going well. “Sidwell is on target to do our maps,”

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Sheriff’s Report – December 28, 2016

December 26 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office conducted a pedestrian stop on State Route 127 near I-64. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office reported a Noise Complaint from a Clarmin, IL resident. December 25 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in rural Addieville for a custody dispute. December 24 The Washington County Sheriff’s

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Auto Crash At 51 And 64 Results In Injuries

Auto Crash At 51 And 64 Results In Injuries An auto crash resulting in injuries occurred on Friday, December 23, at 2:05 p.m. on U.S. 51 just north of I-64. A 2001 Ford F150 driven by James K. Conway exited the roadway and struck the ditch bank. Conway and his passenger, Sandra D. Conway were

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NFPD Board Honors Department Members For Service

The Nashville Fire Protection District held its Christmas party Saturday, December 17. NFPD board of trustees presented years of service plaques to, FROM LEFT, Jim Harre, 25 years; David Bochantin, 30 years; and Chad Rhine, 15 years.  Assistant Fire Chief David Bochantin passed away November 23.  Bochantin’s sister, Carol Laxton, accepted his award on his

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King Of The Queen Of Hearts

Mania over the Nashville American Legion’s progressive jackpot raffle, The Queen of Hearts, as the pot grew larger and larger as the weeks past and the word went out further and further. Week 49, with its drawing held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 21, saw the total available to a winner who found the

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