Stolen Truck Used In Theft of Motorcycles From Holzhauer’s

A stolen truck from Missouri rammed into a fence at a Nashville dealership early Monday morning to steal three motorcycles. Authorities are looking into the theft at Holzhauer’s Auto and Motorsports, 17933 Holzhauer Automall Dr., after the vehicle crashed on the property shortly after midnight. Surveillance video revealed the unknown suspects left with the bikes heading…

Celebrating Winter Sports Seniors

This past Friday night, the senior basketball players, cheerleaders, Stingers and band members were honored during the Hornets’ last home game against Du Quoin. Here are some photos from that night.       Here is also a video of the band playing on Friday: BEST BAND EVER! #NCHS ❤️💙 — Alicia Heggemeier (@NCHSAthleticsAD) February…

Washington County Historical Society Family Book Named Publisher’s Book Of The Year

By Leah Williams It took 18 months to collect, compile, proofread and finish but all that time and hard work helped one local organization take home a significant honor. The Washington County Historical Society received Book of the Year from its publisher for its “Washington County, Illinois: History And Families Bicentennial Edition 1818-2018.” The…

Nashville’s Jim Leonard Named Specialist Of The Year

By Leah Williams The city’s chief water department operator has received state wide recognition, earning operator of the year from the Illinois’ largest rural utility association. Jim Leonard of Nashville received the Illinois Rural Water Association’s 2020 Water System Operations Specialist Of The Year during the 38th annual Technical Conference in Effingham on Tuesday,…

Family Book Project Depicts Nashville Man’s Time In The Service

By Leah Williams A passion project meant to preserve personalized war experiences is something that one veteran says he feels a duty to help future generations learn about their loved ones who had served. “I know nothing,” said John M. Froidl of Fenton, MO. “Because I knew nothing, I wanted to get the world…

Hornets Throttle Indians on Senior Night

By: Garrett Krohne Thirty seven days ago, the Hornets ventured down to DuQuoin for their first spar of the season with the Indians. In a tightly contested battle, the visiting Hornets were the team that came away with a 35 to 34 victory. Since the Jan. 17th game, we have seen two teams head…

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