ABOVE, Willow Simmons. Nashville Community High School hosted Pop Palooza on the afternoon and into the evening of Saturday, May 19. This was the first year the event had been held, and it brought live outdoor music, games, activities and food on a late spring day. While clouds looked ominous and rain threatened, no more
NCHS Junior and long-time dance student and instructor Hillary Zgonina competed in the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, sponsored by the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation making it as far as the finals, which were held in St. Louis on the evening of April 28. Zgonina made her way through an initial group of over
Stone Soup Shakespeare, now in its eighth season, brought this year’s play, “The Taming of the Shrew” to the “stage” at the pavilion across the creek at Memorial Park on the evening of Thursday, May 10. Their take on “Taming” was a distinctly western one, with cowboy hats, whooping and hollering, a combination of western
By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board unanimously approved a resolution to become a “sanctuary county” for firearms at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, May 8 at the Washington County Courthouse. The resolution mentions a number of proposed Illinois House Bills (HB 1465, 1467, 1468 and 1469), along with proposed Illinois Senate Bill SB1657.
Joseph Lamb, ABOVE, spoke to the Nashville City Council at their meeting on Thursday, May 3, about the dangers he sees to the community and country from chemicals he says are being sprayed on the populace from jet planes. By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council had a member of the public, Joseph Lamb, address
ABOVE, Colt Wilkey shows off both a bluegill and a catfish he caught. Sunday, May 5, marked the 45th annual kids fishing derby, held at Memorial Park in Nashville and sponsored by the Washington county Sportsmens Club. The event is put on with the help of numerous volunteers from the sportsmens club, members of Squadron
Eighth graders from NMS, T-SJ and St. Ann School line up at the “bank” during the Nashville Chamber of Commerce’s Reality Day, held at the Nashville Community Center on Thursday, April 26. Welcome To… The Real World By Alex Haglund Bankers distributed funds. College employees assessed tuition bills. Real estate agents set people up with
Students in the Pre-K and Kindergarten classes at Trinity-St. John School in Nashville paid a visit to Rainbow Ranch on Friday, April 27, and got to meet (and pet) plenty of cute critters there while Rainbow Ranch owner Alan Blumhorst showed them around.
Maria Helena Antolin, Vice Chair of Grupo Antolin, visited the company’s Nashville factory on Thursday, April 19. Antolin was accompanied by Susana Portillo Rodrigo, Corporate Improvement Director, and Edson Pereira, Production System Manager, as well as Todd Bennington, Antolin Nashville General Manager, who explained the facility’s production process to her. The Nashville factory has 522 employees and
Deb Auld, PA-C, with WCH Medical Group Director Dr. Ginger Fewell. Washington County Hospital Board, Medical Staff, Administration, and Staff are pleased to announce that Deb Auld, PA-C has joined the Medical Group at Washington County Hospital (WCH). “I am thrilled that Deb decided to join our practice,” said Dr. Ginger Fewell, WCH Medical Group