MARKET REPORT Tuesday, January 24, 2017 Soybeans, yellow, per bu. $10.21 Soft wheat, per bu. 4.06 Corn, yellow, per bu. 3.53 Milo, per bu. 2.63 Retail Corn, per bu. 3.70 Soybean meal, per ton 385.00
By Mary Barrett Flash Point (Fault Lines Series #2) By Thomas Locke Published by Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group, PO Box 6287, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49516 368 pages, paperback, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8007-2435-1 Reese Clawson emerges from prison intent on revenge against Charlie Hazard and others who helped to destroy her. As times
Nashville library is offering a class at 1pm on Thursday, January 26 on “What Your Library Can Do for You,” The program will help library patrons learn what is available through the library, how to find it and more. There is a lot the library can do for people, come on out to find out
North American Native Butterfly Weed Named Perennial Plant Association’s Plant of YearMaster Gardener Scoop – January 25, 2017
North American Native Butterfly Weed Named Perennial Plant Association’s Plant of Year By Majo Bates Master Gardener Department of Crop Sciences: Urbana, IL “With all the ‘buzz’ about bees and butterflies, the Perennial Plant Association is celebrating a plant known for its ability to support birds and insects, including a beloved North American native butterfly.
4-H Steer Weigh-In February 4 Washington County 4-H members will have weigh-in for steers and market heifers on February 4 at Nashville Animal Clinic, 1340 W. St. Louis Street in Nashville beginning at 8 a.m. All steers and market heifers that are to be shown in Washington County 4-H this year must be weighed-in on
Last week’s Classic Photo shows a very young girl, 13 months old, according to a note on the back, in front of a toy piano. Who was this girl? My (editor Alex Haglund) Facebook feed had the answer, when Rebecca Ruehl, friend and contributor to The Nashville News (she writes the articles leading up to
Gridiron Greatness There is no information that was found on this week’s Classic Photo, from a football game against Chester (their name is visible on one of the jerseys in back). We would guess though, that short of someone recognizing the photo or themselves in it, that perhaps someone who is a sports junkie could
Eighty Years Ago (1937) John Kleinschmidt of Oakdale, J. C. Sternberg of Richview, A. L. Schlich of Okawville, Albert Eigenrauch of Nashville and Enloe Buhrman of Nashville were elected directors of the Washco Cooperative Wholesale Association. Hog brains were two pounds for 25 cents at Kroger. Deaths: Walter Ahrens, 46, of Nashville; Elizabeth Paul, 88,
Washington County Right To Life has selected a winner for their annual Quilt Raffle. The quilt shown with Right To Life members Carolyn Rennegarbe and Shirley Vernon will go to Linda Williams of Nashville.
NCHS Athletic Director Wayne Harre was honored during halftime of the Hornets loss to Teutopolis on Friday January 20. Harre will be inducted in to the IBCA Hall of Fame on May 6. In 15 seasons as the girls basketball coach at Nashville High School, Harre compiled a record of 412-78, won 15 conference championships,