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Kampwerth Receives Scholarship

Morgan Kamperth with Jill Klostermann, Director of Financial Aid for Kaskaskia College. Kaskaskia College is proud to announce that Okawville High School student, Morgan Kampwerth, will receive a Board of Trustee Scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for the 2017-18 school year. The award provides the student with full tuition for up to two years. Morgan

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Gill Graduates From SEMO

Tristan Gill of Nashville, is among Southeast Missouri State University’s spring 2017 graduates. Gill graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in international business.

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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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Grace United Methodist Holds Back To School Carnival

Second grader Katelyn Goglek straps on her new backpack. Grace United Methodist Church of Nashville held their 10th annual Back To School Carnival on Saturday, July 22. While the steamy weather brought the event into the church basement, the humidity did little to dampen kids’ enthusiasm for the event, or the enthusiasm of the volunteers

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Ashley Grade School Student Registration July 27

Students attending Ashley Grade School District No. 15 will register on Thursday, July 27, 2017 in the cafeteria. The hours of registration are 9 am until 5 pm. Those students registering for PreK will register in the PreK building. ALL FEES ARE TO BE PAID AT REGISTRATION Book Rental & Computer Lab Fee (Grades K-8) –

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“Reading Link Making An Impact!”

Do you know someone who wants to learn to read or just read better? The tutors from The Reading Link can help! For 30 years, trained volunteer tutors have help hundreds of people learn to read and write, sharpen skills to take on the High School Equivalency test, read to their children and help with

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Illini Summer Academies Reveal New Wonders For Illinois Teens

It’s like suddenly seeing the world in a new way. That’s how teens attending the Illinois 4-H Illini Summer Academies describe their time studying with University of Illinois instructors in late June. From quantum mechanics and mutagenesis to honey bee health and family interactions, U of I staff allowed Academy teens to peek in the

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NCHS FFA Brings Honors Home From State Convention

The NCHS FFA sent a group of students to the Illinois FFA State Convention, held on June 13 through 15 at the Bank of Springfield Convention Center in Springfield. The NCHS Chapter brought home numerous awards from the convention, which are listed on page B8, along with more photos from the convention. NCHS Students attending

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Frankie’s On The Hill To Reopen

    Chef Mark Allen is planning a number of internationally-themed dishes to present to diners at Frankie’s On The Hill in Nashville, reopening Friday, July 7. By Alex Haglund     Frankie’s On The Hill, the upscale dining establishment owned by Frank Bartolotta, of Girolamo’s, will be reopening after an extended closure on Friday, July 7,

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Long Meeting, No Public Comment From Teachers, Board At NCHS

By Alex Haglund     The Nashville Community High School Board met on the evening of Monday, June 26 for their last regular meeting of the fiscal year. At the meeting, members of the NCHS teachers’ union, the Nashville Education Association (NEA), were allowed a chance to speak to the board in closed session and air

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