Hornets Win Third Straight NIT Title

By: Garrett Krohne sports@nashnews.net Last weekend we saw the Hornets split a pair of road games. This past week, they would have the chance to get back to their winning ways as they hosted their annual NIT Tournament. This year, the field presented the likes of Brentwood, Mascoutah, Central, Mater Dei, Metro East Lutheran, and…

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Hornettes Lose Two at Highland

By: Garrett Krohne sports@nashnews.net The Hornettes continued Highland Tournament action Tuesday against the Lady Panthers of O’Fallon. Nashville came into the contest winners of seven straight, but were up against tall task in the Lady Panthers. The Hornettes were able to grab an early 4-2 lead, but the advantage evaporated quicker than it appeared. Following…

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Peggy A. Reinkensmeier

Peggy A. Reinkensmeier Ms. Peggy A. Reinkensmeier of Nashville, IL departed this at Friendship Manor Healthcare Center in Nashville, IL on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 11:12 AM.  She had attained the age of 82 years, 2 months and 26 days. Peggy was born on October 30, 1937 in Hoyleton, IL, the daughter of David…

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Pinckneyville Man Arrested In Elkville For Animal Torture, Abuse

Jordan Anheuser has been arrested and charged with animal torture stemming from a viral video that circulated on social media. Perry County Sheriff Steve Bareis said Anheuser, 20, was taken into custody on Friday, January 24. He was apprehended at his grandparents’ home. An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for a 20-year-old Pinckneyville man stemming…

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Nashville Community High School Second Quarter and First Semester Honor Rolls

Seniors Second Quarter High Honor Roll (3.75 to 4. 0):  Olivia Anderson, Micah Arnold, Jackson Aulds, Justin Aulds, Anastasia Aydt, Harrison Briles, Chloe Crum, Raquel Elliott, Catherine Fullerton, Addisyn Gale, Sydney Gordon, Abbygail Grabowski, Grace Gutjahr, Tristen Hercules, Dillon Herrmann, Aden Hill, Kash Kasban, Hailey Kessler, Michael Kirchner. Sabrina Kollbaum, Beatrice Kreitner, Gracie Kujawa, Madison…

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Kolweier Back In As Mayor

By Leah Williams The second meeting of the calendar year saw more changes around the Nashville City Council table. The meeting on Thursday, January 16, began with acting mayor Josh Fark submitting his letter of resignation from his post. “This time I am stepping down as acting mayor,” Fark said during the meeting. The resignation…

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Hornettes Win Three, Extend Win Streak to Seven Games

By: Garrett Krohne Following a week where they collected a pair of wins, the Hornettes looked to extend their winning streak to five games on Monday against fellow SIRR Conference member, the Anna-Jonesboro  Lady Wildcats. Nashville took the first contest this season at Assembly Hall, 50-37. The Lady Wildcats came out firing, hitting three triples…

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