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NCHS Open Mic Night To Be Held March 22

The NCHS English Department will host the 7th Annual Open-Mic Reading Night at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22, 2018, in the NCHS Media Center. This event will showcase community members, students, and staff members reading their own original writings or their favorite writings. Community members are invited to enjoy classic, contemporary, and unpublished works

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Monster Killing Time At NCHS

Demons, dwarves, elves, faeries, football players and cheerleaders…and a dungeon master. This weekend, the world of fantasy smashes headlong into the world of high school when the Nashville Community High School Drama Club presents “She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurer’s Edition”, by Qui Nguyen. Performances of the play will be on the NCHS Auditorium stage at

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“Pathway To Recovery” To Give Addicts A Second Chance

By Alex Haglund There is a new program currently being introduced in Washington and Perry Counties which seeks to help those with drug addictions to help turn their lives around – if they want to. Judge Dan Emge spoke to the Washington County Board at their February meeting and described the new program as a

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Kids Fishing Day May 6

Tom McFeron of The Washington County Sportsmen’s Club spoke to the Nashville City Council about this year’s Kid’s Fishing Derby. By Alex Haglund Tom McFeron of the Washington County Sportsmen’s Club came before the Nashville City Council at their March 1 meeting and announced the group’s Free Fishing Derby for kids. This year’s derby will

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NCHS Hosting Meet-And-Greet For Turner

By Alex Haglund At their February meeting, the Nashville Community High School Board approved the hiring of Brad Turner as the District 99’s new superintendent as of July 1, the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year. For more on Turner, please see the article from the February 28 edition of the Nashville News. Since that

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NCHS Band Invited To Play Sugar Bowl

By Alex Haglund NCHS Music Department Head Steve Browne was present at the Nashville Community High School Board’s regular meeting for February, held on the evening of Monday, February 26, and shared the exciting news that the NCHS Marching Band had been invited to play at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on New Year’s

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March Is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March 2018 has been designated as National Colorectal Cancer awareness month. Of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the third leading cancer killer in the United States. Colorectal cancer affects all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people ages 50 and older. Join Washington County Hospital in

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Okawville Village Board Approves Donation To “Simply The Best”

By Alex Johannes The Okawville Village Board held their regular monthly meeting on the evening of Monday, February 26. To begin the meeting, the board approved to donate $250 to the Simply the Best program and Okawville High School’s After Prom. Under Streets and Sidewalks, the board approved to hire Rollie Excavating at a cost

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Bake Sale To Be Held For Knucklehead

Knucklehead, shown above, is a small dog with a lot of heart. Knucklehead was struck by a car and then left for dead, but was rescued by a local citizen. The accident left Knucklehead with various injuries, including a swollen brain. He also does not have a home of his own. Paws for a Cause

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City Of Nashville Utility Customers Can Sign up For Auto Bill-Pay

By Alex Haglund At the March 1 meeting of the Nashville City Council, the council approved an upgrade to the city’s LOCIS (Local government Computer and Information Services) software, which city clerk Terrie Kurwicki told the council she and the employees at city hall use to calculate and distribute city utility bills. The software can

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