The Nashville City Council handled a number of personnel-related items at their first meeting for June. By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council made a number of motions related to city employees at their meeting on the evening of Thursday, June 7. The streets Department had been given authority to seek two new employees, one
The tree limb that fell onto a pickup truck in front of the Washington County Courthouse on St. Louis, due to severe storms the morning of Thursday, May 31. By Alex Haglund When storms came through Washington County on Thursday, May 31, a limb came down on top of a pickup truck parked on St.
By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board approved consolidated two Irvington and two Nashville election precincts down to one at their meeting on the evening of Tuesday, June 12. The precinct consolidation was first mentioned to the full board at their May 8 meeting, when legislative committee chairman Eric Brammeier said that the law allowed
The caption for the photo titled “NCHS Seniors Receive Approximately One Million Dollars In Scholarships” on Page A5 of the May 30, 2018 Edition of The Nashville News contains an error. It should state that Avery Meade will be attending Taylor University. The Nashville News regrets the error.
Nashville High School Second Semester Honor Roll Freshmen: High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): Madison Draege, Samantha Edwards, Mark Ellis, Autumn Evans, Katlyn Eversgerd, Logan Eversgerd, Ashlyn Frazier, Hanah Grzegorek, Courtney Hallock, Trent Harris, Kiley Heidel, Joshua Hemker, Jada Jablonski, Katelyn Kessler, Gabriel Kreid, Cayla Krueger, Lydia Kurtz, Maryjane Laws, Breanne Liggett, Abigail Maschhoff, Ethan Oelze, Grant
Two Steps To Save A Life The American Heart Association recommends that Everyone learn the Two Steps To Save A Life: 1) CALL 911 2) Press hard and fast in the center of the chest CPR Can Double Or Even Triple A Victim’s Chance Of Survival. To learn, watch the 60 second Hands Only CPR
June 3 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy located a single vehicle accident. The driver, Bret Frazier, 26 of Ashley, received a citation for improper lane usage and operating a motor vehicle without insurance. June 2 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy was dispatched to State Route 15 east of Nashville for a report of a pedestrian
By Alex Johannes The Village of Okawville Board met on the evening of Tuesday, May 29 for their regular monthly meeting. To begin the meeting, the board approved Ordinance #552 regarding the Annual General Fund Appropriation and Ordinance #553 regarding the Annual Operations and Maintenance Fund Appropriation. In regards to Heritage Days, the board approved
Nashville Public Library Summer Reading Program Begins June 20 The annual summer reading program through the Nashville Public Library will start off soon. This year’s theme is “Reading Takes You Everywhere” – Come visit the many lands we will travel to on our reading adventure! The first day and kick off celebration is June 20,
Jennifer Brink and David Kirchner talked to the NCHS Board about Kirchner Family Company plans for a music practice field. By Alex Haglund David Kirchner and Jennifer Brink spoke to the board of Nashville Community High School at their regular meeting for May, held on Monday, May 21, giving them some details about a proposed