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Making Miracles

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,

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Dark Sun: August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse Over Washington County

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

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Trinity Lutheran Welcomes New Pastor

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

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Column: Community Calendar, V.2

Dear Readers: If you’ve been seeing the ads in our paper, or if you’re a regular on The Nashville News Facebook or Twitter pages, then you may have seen our newly-designed website at www.nash-news.com. The site has been up for a couple of months already, and we’ve been learning about how to work with new

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This Week’s Pets For Adoption – August 2, 2017

“Chase” This week’s pet for adoption is this one-year-old male shepherd mix. Dolly with the Partners for Pets says, “He needs a young person as a owner because he is still puppy and full of pep. His owner had to give him up because they could not keep up with him.” His Nashville News staff-suggested

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Nashville Library Wraps Up Summer Reading Program, Plans Eclipse Luncheon

Some of the Top Ten Readers from the 2017 Summer Reading Program. Nashville Public Library concluded Summer Reading with Abra-Kidabra on July 12. The theme was Read by Design and we designed buildings, ice cream, paper airplanes and art. We started off the Summer with Eric Spencer talking about architecture and how the library was

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Threshermen Finish Summer Concert Series

Local Band The Threshermen played the last show of the 2017 Summer Concert series on Thursday evening, July 20. During the concert, Rick Harris, president of the Washington County Arts Council, who sponsors the series, took a few minutes to say that there would be more concerts next year, and that he hoped that they

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NCHS Principal Pasero Departing For Superintendent’s Position In Chester

By Alex Haglund Nashville Community High School Principal and former math teacher Brian Pasero announced to the school board that he will be leaving the district after having received tentative news that he would be offered the position of superintendent at the Chester School District. At the NCHS Board meeting held on Monday, July 17,

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