Farmers and Merchants Bank held their annual Non-Profit Christmas raffle, where the raffle winners are not-for-profit groups or organizations in the community’s served by FMB. This year’s winners each received a $250 donation from FMB. They are: RIGHT, Trinity–St. John Lutheran School, Karianne Schnitker, from the Nashville Branch presenting a donation to T–SJ Principal, Mrs.
On Saturday, January 21, FBLA members from Nashville Community High School participated in the Southwestern Area Regional Conference at Kaskaskia College. Fourteen students will advance to the State Leadership Conference in March to compete against FBLA members state-wide. The NCHS Students that competed included, FIRST ROW, Sara Guetersloh (3rd, Business Ethics), Christine Garner (1st, Sports
Ask A Pastor By Rev. John Campbell United Presbyterian, Oakdale Have you ever been in Barnes & Noble and looked at the variety of Bibles for sale? Perhaps you have searched Amazon.com for a Bible. There are many options to choose from. For some picking the right Bible is easy. They just pick what someone
Community Calendar ACTIVITIES Thursday, January 26 What Your Library Can Do For You, informational program, Nashville Public Library, 1 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, January 29 Nashville Bridal Expo, Nashville American Legion Hall, 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, January 31 Prairie State Generating Company Open House, 3872 Co
Police Report January 16 The Nashville Police Department responded to the 900 block of W. Vernor St. for a report of a missing person. Officers responded to the 700 block of S. Mill St. for a 911 hang-up call. Police handled a two vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of S. Mill St. at
Sheriff’s Report January 22 A Washington County Sheriff's Deputy arrested Anthony B. Martin, 20 of Centralia for a Washington County warrant. A Washington County Sheriff's Deputy arrested Frank J. Fittante, 50 of Hoyleton for a Washington County warrant. The Washington County Sheriff's Office responded to an area on California Road for Criminal Trespass to Land.
By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved two purchases for the water and sewer department at their regular meeting held on Thursday, January 19. The first purchase up was a lagoon pump. “We’ve been replacing these at a rate of about one per year,” said water and sewer committee chair Doug Hargan. “Basically, that’s
Washington County Hospital Announces New Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Washington County Hospital (WCH) is excited to announce their new Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program. This new program is designed to help people with pulmonary problems (e.g., emphysema, lung cancer & lung cancer surgery, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD], respiratory symptoms, and pulmonary fibrosis) recover faster and improve their
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
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