Hornets Finally Back In Action At Assembly Hall

After playing 15 of their first 17 games on the road, the Nashville Hornets finally played consecutive games in front of the home crowd at Assembly Hall for the first time this season. The Hornets played on the road for almost a month as they played eight straight games away from Assembly Hall. Before taking…

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Hornettes Hold End Of The Year Banquet

The Nashville Hornettes volleyball team wrapped up the most successful season in program history with their volleyball banquet on January 11. The Hornettes finished 4th in IHSA Class 2A receiving the first State Trophy in school history. The Hornettes also won the SIRR Conference Mississippi Division for the first time since the 2014-15 school year.…

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NCHS Grad Hired As New County Engineer

The Washington County Board unanimously approved the hire of Kiefer Heiman as its new county engineer during its meeting on Tuesday, January 8. Heiman was selected among eight top candidates and after three rounds of interviews. He is a 2010 graduate of Nashville Community High School and graduated from Valparaiso University in 2014. Heiman started…

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Marissa Man Killed In Rollover Accident

A 51-year-old Marissa man died as a result of a two-vehicle accident involving a garbage truck Monday afternoon. Emergency personnel were dispatched to the intersection of County Highway 6 and County Highway 13 south of Okawville. Reports indicate that Randall Koeller was driving a Chevrolet Avalanche westbound on County Highway 6 at approximately 4 p.m.…

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Dennis R. Setzekorn

Mr. Dennis R. Setzekorn of DuBois, IL departed this life at his residence on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 4 PM.  He had attained the age of 66 years, 2 months and 20 days. Mr. Setzekorn was born on October 18, 1952 in Centralia, IL, the son of Raymond and Georgia (nee Williamson) Setzekorn. Dennis…

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Constance E. Tomaszewski

Mrs. Constance E. Tomaszewski, 74, of Nashville passed away at 1 PM on Monday, January 7, 2019, at her home. Connie was born January 21, 1944, in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Joseph and Helen (Szczepanski) Przygoda. She married Richard Tomaszewski on November 28, 1964, at St. Michael’s Church in Radom, and he survives.…

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Hornets Suffer First Losses Of The Season

After beginning the year with 15 straight wins, the Nashville Hornets boys basketball team hit a rough patch over Christmas break losing two straight games. After beating Mater Dei to advance to the Championship of the Mater Dei Christmas Tournament, the Hornets fell to Briarcrest Christian to close out the tournament. The Hornets would then…

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Bultman Surpasses 1000 Career Points

Nashville Hornets senior Bryce Bultman became the 15th member of the 1000 Point Club for the Hornet basketball program in Nashville’s loss to Briarcrest on December 29. After the Highland Shootout, Bultman has 1,045 career points. It puts him ten points behind Brad Stieg on the all-time points list, and just ahead of Kelly Cruser…

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City Purchases Mower, Forms Committee To Find New Street Supervisor

The Nashville City Council agreed to purchase a zero turn mower during its meeting on Thursday, January 31. The council accepted a bid from Diedrich Implements Inc. for a 2019 Grasshopper 327 for a total amount of $7,987.50. In other street department news, Mayor Erik Rolf formed a committee to assist in finding a replacement…

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National Commander To Speak At Nashville American Legion On Jan. 24

The American Legion Family will be conducting the annual State Membership Caravan from January 17 – 26. During this time frame, the Caravan will make some 19 stops throughout al five divisions in the Department of Illinois. The stop in Nashville will include a breakfast at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 24. According to the…

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