Skip to content

Herbert “Herb” Wilkey

Mr. Herbert “Herb” C. Wilkey of Nashville, IL departed this life at the Washington County Hospital Extended Care in Nashville, IL on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 3:32 AM.  He had attained the age of 84 years, 2 months and 9 days. Herb was born on August 8, 1937, in Nashville, IL, the son of…

Read More

Nashville Man Completes Collection

Who would have thought digging around in the woods would lead to an eventual lifelong hobby? Well, for Dennis Restoff, it is how he began his trip through time in the form of artifacts. Restoff has completed his collection of Lorenz bottles dating back to the year 1861. He has a bottle from every decade…

Read More

NCHS School Board Meets Last Tuesday, Sept. 21st

The Nashville Community High School Board of Education met last Thursday for their monthly meeting. Superintendent Turner began the meeting by giving the summary of the 2021-22 budget comparison. In the education fund, the numbers are higher this year compared to last year.  “There’s about an extra four to five hundred thousand dollars that KSED…

Read More

Okawville Wheat Festival to be held September 17th, 18th, and 19th

     The 73rd annual Okawville Fair and Wheat Festival will be held at the Okawville Community Club Park on September 17th, 18th, and 19th.      The 3-day event will kick off Friday evening, September 17th with the Miss Okawville Fair Queen Pageant and Junior Miss Crowning beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the new Junior/Senior High…

Read More

Big Night For The Hornets

In non-conference football action Friday night Nashville completely dominated Wesclin for a 42-8 win. The Hornets did all of their damage in an impressive first half. The opening drive only took three plays and ended with a touchdown run by Connor Gladson. In the last few minutes of the first quarter Nashville scored on a…

Read More

Huge Week for Hornettes

By: Michael Trotter Nashville’s volleyball squad has spent the early part of this season ranked number one in the Deep South Volleyball Coaches Poll. That shouldn’t change after a week that saw the Hornettes defeat two other top 10 teams in regular season action and five teams in the Rangerette Classic.   On Wednesday Nashville…

Read More

Nashville Native Makes NFL Debut

Starting at Right Guard for the Green Bay Packers, number 70, Royce Newman. It was not too long ago that Nashville fans were watching the 6’6 big man suit up in the traditional red, blue, and white colors as a Hornet. Five years later, the colors are green and yellow.  “It feels like just yesterday…

Read More

Joseph Kane

    Joseph Alvin Kane, age 86 of O’Fallon, Ill., born February 19, 1935 in Cambria, Ill., passed away at his home on Saturday morning, August 28, 2021. Joe grew up in Marissa, Ill., and graduated from Marissa High School in 1953. He had retired from the St. Clair County Housing Authority, where he worked…

Read More