Hoyleton Patricia Rensing firstname.lastname@example.org The 150th Anniversary Committee for Trinity Lutheran Church organized a cemetery walk this past Sunday. Bill Hafford opened the walk with a series of facts relaying the history of Trinity’s Cemetery. A fact presented was the average age of a deceased was 15 years old in 1900. Fast forward to 2000,
Sunday morning and afternoon, the Nashville Firemen’s Association held their annual BBQ chicken dinner at the Nashville American Legion Hall. Serving in the carry-out line were, FROM LEFT, Allen Stein, Scott Bockhorn, Ella Jones, Shon Loquasto, Ric Jones and Faith Frerker.
Tammy and Pastor Matt Craft of Nashville Assembly of God The congregation, of Nashville Assembly of God, would like to invite you to a meet and greet. Come join us on September 24, 2017 to welcome our new pastor, Matt and his wife Tammy, to Nashville. Matt and Tammy Craft are from Advance, Mo., they
NCHS Student volunteers form a human chain to load supplies, both those collected by the volunteers in front of the school, as well as those from student collections, onto the NOTS trailer that would be towed south by Stock Transport. Before it departed for Houston, Texas, though, collection organizers got word that there was a
Misty Gregory, of Woodlawn, was one of those who spoke to the Nashville City Council in support of Greg Hopfinger. By Alex Haglund Numerous citizens and others who know dismissed Nashville Police Lieutenant Greg Hopfinger and his wife, police secretary Melissa Hopfinger, attended the meeting of the Nashville City Council meeting held on Thursday, September
Kerri and Dean Huge of Nashville hosted several of Kerri’s cousins at their home, after they fled their homes in Melbourne, Fla., prior to Hurricane Irma’s landfall. Those staying in Nashville included, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT, Tony Guarino, Brenda Brown (daughter of Nadine Fox-Adams, of Nashville), Kerri Huge, Crista Guarino, Anthony Guarino, Kaci Cantlon, and
NCHS FFA members who attended the leadership camp were, FROM LEFT, Tabor Kozuszek, Carli Hoffman, Emily Stern, and Alex Johannes. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Four members of the Nashville FFA Chapter attended the 2017 Illinois FFA Leadership Camp, held at Allerton Park near Monticello from July 25 – July 28. They were among the
By Alex Haglund Following the publication of the “Volleyball” column by Nashville Community High School Superintendent Ernie Fowler and the ensuing fallout from it, the NCHS board called a special meeting which was held at starting at 6 p.m. on the evening of Wednesday, September 6. Along with the members of the board (all members
With the 16th anniversary of the tragic 9/11 attacks coming up, Washington County residents should remember that there is a 9/11 memorial located in the Washington County Courthouse. At the center of the memorial is a piece of steel from the towers which was recovered after the attack.
Volunteers in front of NCHS accept and sort donations for Hurricane Harvey relief on the afternoon of Friday, September 1. By Alex Haglund Some of the items you might expect – non-perishable food, bottled water, flashlights and batteries. Other items are more surprising, like kitty litter, underwear or diapers. There is a need for all