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A Marquee Project For NCHS Students

NCHS Students from Paul Welte’s Computer Maintenance and Tech Support Class and from Alicia Heggemeier’s Web Page Design Class stand in front of their handiwork: a full color LED display built by Welte’s class and with regular weekly programming provided by Heggemeier’s class. By Alex Haglund If things look a little more colorful in the

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Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting At New Event Venue, The Studio

The Studio is open for business! The Nashville Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting welcoming the Studio to Nashville. Cutting the ribbon was Nashville Mayor Ray Kolweier, accompanied by Chamber members and owners of The Studio Randy and Kathy Malawy of Edwardsville. The Studio is located at 153 S. Kaskaskia Street in Nashville, in

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What Can Your Library Do For You?

Nashville library is offering a class at 1pm on Thursday, January 26 on “What Your Library Can Do for You,” The program will help library patrons learn what is available through the library, how to find it and more. There is a lot the library can do for people, come on out to find out

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Nashville FFA Holds Donate For Donuts Contest

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

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T–SJ Students Learn To Code

Ethan Pinski, fourth grade, demonstrates coding with Minecraft. Ethan Pinski and A.J. Pytlinski work together to complete the coding activities. Mrs. Jennifer Dunn, a T-SJ parent and volunteer from Accenture shared Hour of Code activities with Kindergarten through fourth grade students at Trinity- St. John Lutheran School Tuesday, January 10. Each class watched an introductory

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Washington County Hospital And Medical Group Diabetes Education Program Merits ADA Recognition

The prestigious American Diabetes Association (ADA) Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program was recently awarded to the Washington County Hospital & Medical Group (WCH) program on December 2, 2016. ADA believes that this program offers high-quality education that is an essential component of effective diabetes treatment. Starting on Wednesday, January 25th,

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Roadwork, Reports On County Board’s Plate At January Meeting

County Board member Douglas Bening holds up a copy of the county’s codification book for the rest of the board to see during their meeting held on Tuesday, Jan. 10. A motion was approved to begin updating and adding to the books. By Alex Haglund In addition to approving the appointment of new Washington County

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Darlene Ostendorf Appointed County Treasurer

By Alex Haglund Washington County has a new treasurer, Darlene Ostendorf, as of the Washington County Board meeting held on Tuesday, January 10. Ostendorf has served as deputy treasurers for about ten years, and has worked in the treasurer’s office since 1980, when she was hired by treasurer Irene Going. She then worked for treasurers

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