Nashville High School has confirmed that Head Boys Basketball coach Brad Weathers has resigned. Superintendent Ernie Fowler said of the resignation, “Coach Weathers is a fine man, and he did a great job coaching the Nashville Hornets, and we wish him well in all of his future endeavors.” More information will be found in the
Take Me Out To The (Vintage) Ball Game – Murphysboro Clarkes Bringing 1860’s Rules Baseball To Nashville
The Murphysboro Clarkes will take on the St. Louis Union in an 1860-rules base ball game on Saturday, April 29, at Memorial Park in Nashville. By Alex Haglund If you build it, they will come. Or in the case of the Washington Historical Society and the Murphysboro Clarkes, if you host it, they
Non-certified results for the Tuesday, April 4, 2017 consolidated elections in Washington County, Ill., will be posted here as they become available. Editor’s Note, 8:48 p.m.: All of the election results that have been posted by the Washington County Clerk’s Office have been posted here. I’ve noted all of the updates to this story as
By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board met at the Washington County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 14, for their regular monthly meeting, a brief one, during which a switch to a new tax software system for the county was approved, as was a project to install a sound system into the county board room.
All Photos Special To The Nashville News, Courtesy of Steve Humphrey, Humphrey Photography. Images Copyright Humphrey Photography. Visit humphoto.com to purchase images or for more information. By Brent Huelsmann For the first time in 30 years, the Okawville Rockets boys basketball team brought home a trophy from the State Tournament. After beating
By Alex Haglund The City of Nashville heard from Carolyn Detering who came to their regular meeting held on Thursday, February 16 on behalf of the Walk with the Dogs for Pancreatic Cancer, an annual fundraising walk held in Nashville in early June, and one which in its 11 years, has raised more than a
By Alex Haglund There are dozens, maybe hundreds of vehicles lining the walls of Henry Setzekorn’s basement just east of Nashville. Many of these vehicles are models of John Deere vehicles, as Setzekorn is a big green and yellow fan, but others are truly one-of-a-kind – these are the toys and models Setzekorn makes himself.
By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved two purchases for the water and sewer department at their regular meeting held on Thursday, January 19. The first purchase up was a lagoon pump. “We’ve been replacing these at a rate of about one per year,” said water and sewer committee chair Doug Hargan. “Basically, that’s