Photo: Sarah Staley Named Homecoming Queen

Administrator Expresses Concern Over Countywide Dispatch Services

By Leah Williams The Washington County Board learned about concerns that some administrators had regarding dispatched services throughout the county during its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 8. Washington County Ambulance Services Administrator John Felchilia provided a verbal report to the board, where he addressed concerns he has with … “Since August I have…

Hornettes Tame Lady Lions

The Hornette volleyball team played host to Carterville Thursday at Assembly Hall. Needless to say, Nashville made quick work of the Lions. They won their first set 25-15, and again walked away victorious in the second set with a 25-18 win. This was a team effort from the Hornettes as several players contributed for big…

Hornets Cage Panthers For Homecoming, Remain Undefeated For Season

The Nashville Hornet football team played host to conference rival, Pinckneyville, Friday in their annual homecoming game. Under the bright lights, the Hornets shined even brighter, dismantling the Panthers in a 47-7 rout. The offense came from a number of sources. Julian Metcalf finished with four touchdowns, his longest one coming from 33 yards out.…

Former Councilwoman Donates Barn Quilt Painting To Nashville Fire Protection District

NCHS Recognized Nationally For Commitment To Accomplished Teaching

Nashville District 99 has been recognized among more than 80 school districts across the country for its commitment to accomplished teaching. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards unveiled a program that recognizes school districts across the country that work hard to promote student learning through accomplished teaching. The National Board Accomplished Districts program will…

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