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Hornet Musicians Play Christmas Concert

Hornet Musicians Play Christmas Concert The Nashville Community High School Music Department held their annual Christmas concert in Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Sunday, December 10. Several NCHS ensembles played during the performance, among the them the NCHS Concert Band, ABOVE, and the Mixed Choir, BELOW, which will be performing at the 2018 Illinois

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Trinity–St. John School Hosts Williamson For Concert

Trinity–St. John School Hosts Williamson For Concert Trinity–St. John School of Nashville hosted Jennie Williamson of Nashville, Tenn., who encouraged the crowd to get excited, saying, “we’re all from Nashville here!” Williamson played a concert at the school during the day on Friday, December 1, where students from St. Ann Catholic School, Immanuel Lutheran School

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Beginning Illinois’ Bicentennial

Beginning Illinois’ Bicentennial By Alex Haglund Illinois, The Land of Lincoln, was founded 199 years ago, December 3, 1818. Of course, it wasn’t actually called The Land of Lincoln then, because the future president was only nine years old and was still living in Kentucky at that point. Nevertheless, Illinois is coming up on 200

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Amy Center Satellite Office Opens In Nashville

Amy Center Satellite Office Opens In Nashville The Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center was founded in 1990 by Dennis Schulz in memory of his daughter Amy. Amy was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered. Since then, the center has provided children who are victims of abuse, both physical and sexual services that include case management, counseling

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New Model Trains Put In At Depot

New Model Trains Put In At Depot After pictures with Santa, children visiting the L&N Depot in Nashville could get a cookie, or check out the new model train set that has been put in at the Depot. The train set was just put in at the Depot, by David Rolf, who was running two

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Lions Club Lights Up Nashville Streets

Lions Club Lights Up Nashville Streets By Alex Haglund While many were still in their bed, sleeping off the previous day’s food-coma, a number of volunteers from the Nashville Lions Club made an early start of it on Friday, November 24, the day after Thanksgiving, in order to hang Christmas lights and decorations around town.

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Santa Arrives!

Santa Arrives! By Alex Haglund Sirens. Horns. Flashing lights. It wasn’t a fire, but the Nashville Fire Protection District’s new ladder truck was pulling up to the L&N Depot in Nashville, with crowds of children and families waiting out front, early in the afternoon on Saturday, November 25. While a firefighter was driving, it was

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Washington County High Schools Visit Nascote Industries As Part Of Manufacturing Month

Washington County High Schools Visit Nascote Industries As Part Of Manufacturing Month Students from Nashville and Okawville High Schools recently visited Nascote Industries as part of Kaskaskia College and the South Central Illinois Growth Alliance (SCIGA) celebration of Illinois Manufacturing Month. Students were able to view a Nascote introduction and safety video and then learned

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Paint Night!

Paint Night! By Alex Haglund Things are about to get very, very colorful at Nashville Community High School. A student art group, called “Project Paint” has started up with the goal of adding paintings and other art to NCHS to beautify the place. Project Paint’s first project is actually a fundraiser to help them get

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