Thursday, July 27, was Miracle Treat Day at Nashville Dairy Queen, and proceeds of every Blizzard sold went to St. Louis Cardinal Glennon Hospital through the Children’s Miracle Network. Along with frozen treats, DQ also had balloons for kids, live music and face painting, or in the case of Konly Cruser, 6, ABOVE, arm painting,
By Alex Haglund It’s August, and that means that school days are nearly here again – classes are back in session with the first day of attendance on Monday, August 14 at both NCHS, District 99, and Nashville Primary/Middle School, District 49. St. Ann School and Trinity–St. John Lutheran School will have classes start the
The Eclipse’s totality, when the sun is completely blocked by the moon and only the solar corona is visible, should be able to be seen in southern Washington County at around 1:20 p.m., Monday, August 21. (Photo from Nasa.gov, Image S. Habbal, M. Druckmüller and P. Aniol) By Alex Haglund Imagine if you will, what
In the headline for a photo on page A5 of the July 26 edition of The Nashville News, a name was misspelled. The headline should have read “ABATE Awards Scholarship To Barczewski”. The Nashville News regrets the error.
Nashville did not reach triple digits in July, as the high was 96, which was reached four times in a five day stretch. Overall Nashville reached 90 degrees 13 times this month. The lowest high of the month was 78 degrees on July 28. Overall the average temperature came in at 89 degrees, just shy
By Alex Haglund Two students will be coming to Nashville and going to school at Nashville Community High School during the upcoming school year through the PAX Academic Exchange Program. Maksym Kuzhdin, 16, from Ukraine, is heading into the 11th grade. Kuzhdin is member of the Youth Journalist League in Ukraine and is a multi-instrument
Rebecca Rench of Nashville, was recently published in the Happier magazine. Rench submitted a handy tip, to the magazine and it was published in the July 2-8 edition. Happier magazines are distributed through the country at pharmacies or you can subscribe .
In an effort to celebrate the county bicentennial in 2018, the Washington County Historical Society is sponsoring, writing, and publishing a ‘History & Families’ book. The primary content of the book will be biographical stories on families from Washington County, past and present, and from all walks of life. Each family will write their story
Trinity Lutheran’s new assistant pastor, Rev. James Miller Trinity Lutheran Church of Nashville has welcomed a new assistant pastor, Reverend James Miller. Miller hails from DeKalb and is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, where he majored in Jazz Music (playing upright bass). Following NIU, he attended Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, and was posted
ACTIVITIES Thursday, August 3 Swanwick Picnic, Swanwick, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. NCHS Chromebook Freshman Parents Meeting, 8 p.m. Critical Incident Stress Management Training, Carlyle Fire Protection District Firehouse, 431 Franklin St., Carlyle Friday, August 4 Sting 11U