2018 Nashville Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year Josh Curl, RIGHT, laughs as banquet emcee Brad “Bo” Meyer delivers his roast. By Alex Haglund The Nashville Chamber of Commerce honored Josh Curl, the 2018 Volunteer of the Year, with a banquet held at the Nashville American Legion on the evening of Monday, March 12.
NCHS Ukrainian exchange student Maksym Kuzhdin helps to facilitate a Skype conversation between his NCHS Classmates, TOP, and his classmates from school back home in Ukraine, BELOW. By Alex Haglund Despite a geographic gulf of thousands of miles, on the morning of Thursday, March 1, a group of students from NCHS and another from a
Polish American War Veterans, a staple of the annual Polishfest Parade distribute beads to parade watchers on the afternoon of Sunday, March 4. This was the 24th annual Polishfest, held in DuBois the Sunday before Casimir Pulaski Day (weather permitting). The Nashville News’ Polishfest galleries are some of the most popular items to browse online
Every year, the Sunday just before Casimir Pulaski Day is a special one in the small town of DuBois in eastern Washington County. That first Sunday of March is when Polishfest is held, an annual tradition featuring a lots of good music, company, food and drinks. At 1 p.m., there is annual Polishfest parade, and
Adele Moore and Rachael Heaton remove a bald eagle from a pet carrier. The eagle was being released back into the wild after being rehabilitated. By Alex Haglund The crowd at the ball fields in New Minden was not deterred by the gray, rainy weather on Saturday morning. Those present were out to see something
The NCHS Board approved the hiring of Brad Turner as the new District Superintendent at their meeting on Monday, February 26. By Alex Haglund Brad Turner was hired as Nashville Community High School Superintendent by the school board at the end of their regular February meeting, held on Monday, February 26. “It seems like a
Thursday night, February 15 was a hopping evening at Nashville District 49. Along with student teacher conferences and a volleyball match against Trico, the school also hosted the Junior High Social Studies Fair, ABOVE, which included Geography projects by sixth graders and digital history projects by eighth graders, as well as trivia matches on Cahoots.
Josh Curl, shown at the mixing board at the NCHS Auditorium, was selected as the Nashville Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Year for 2018. By Alex Haglund The Nashville Chamber of Commerce has held nominations and voted and for 2018, the Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year is Josh Curl. Curl is “the sound guy”
ABOVE, Dale Boczek pours batter for pancakes. Serving Up… Firehouse Flapjacks The Ashley Fire Protection District held their annual pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday, February 11, at the main firehouse in Ashley. Trucks and equipment were moved out of the station to make room for diners, and in the outdoor
The Junior Hornets team, cheerleaders and coaches include: FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Sailor Gutzler-Dlubala, Ella Jones, Brooke Stroud, Yerian Perez, and Keely Hug. MIDDLE ROW, Aidan Heiman, Rylan Hammer, Trey Reinburg, Carson Cook, Nolan Heggemeier, Aaron Brink, and Lucas Knepp. BACK ROW, Cheerleading Coach Melissa Diekemper, Assistant Coach Pat Heseman, Manager Garrett Williamson, Michael Combs,