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Nashville News Holiday Closings

For Christmas, The Nashville News will close on Monday, December 26. Deadline for the December 28 edition of the paper will be at 12 p.m. on Friday, December 23. Please get all ads or stories to The Nashville News as soon as possible to insure that they are included in the issues following the respective…

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Letter: Diagnosis And Explanation: A Difficult Time For Cameron

Diagnosis And Explanation: A Difficult Time For Cameron To the Citizens of Washington County, The effects of my illness are such that, I now require my husband Robert’s assistance with all important matters. I trust and rely on him to speak on my behalf. My memory is failing and I can not express myself as…

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Column: Sometimes Even Christmas Can Sting

Sometimes Even Christmas Can Sting Dear Readers: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! It’s a wonderful time to be alive– family, friends and loved ones, hot cocoa, home-baked cookies, and presents – both giving and getting! But for many of us this can be a time of sadness, loneliness and loss. That can be part of…

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Washington County Farm Bureau Honored At IFB Meeting

Gale Koelling, Mike Chwasczinski, Wayne Lintker, and Roger Greten were the Washington County Farm Bureau Delegates participating in the policy debate process during the resolutions process of the Illinois Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Chicago. The Washington County Farm Bureau (CFB) was one of only five county Farm Bureaus to receive the Illinois Farm Bureau’s…

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Lions Club Wishes Area Grade Schoolers A Merry Christmas

Nashville Primary School Principal Chuck Fairbanks gives movie passes to the State Theater out to students. Every year, the Nashville Lions Club purchases the tickets so that all of the students from Nashville District 49, Trinity–St. John School and St. Ann School get a little Christmas present from the Lions. They have done so again…

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Oakdale Man, Buss, Found Dead December 8

Anthony A. Buss, 79, of Oakdale, was found dead in the early evening of Thursday, December 8. At 5:36 p.m. that day, the office of Washington County Coroner Mark Styninger was dispatched to an area near 4442 State Route 153, Oakdale, for a deceased person found in the woods. Buss as found approximately 1 mile…

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Merry Sounds

Nashville Community High School Musicians had a busy weekend. ABOVE, they played to ramp up team spirit at the Hornets home opener against Waterloo–Gibault on Saturday evening. Then, on Sunday afternoon, they ramped up Christmas spirit at the annual holiday concert at NCHS. Finally, Sunday evening, members of the NCHS Choir were out and about…

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Resources For Healthy Lives In Washington County Produced By Washington County Hospital, Health Department And I-Plan Committee, The Wellness Resource Guide Helps Let Residents Know What Health Resources Are Available Right Here

Resources For Healthy Lives In Washington County Produced By Washington County Hospital, Health Department And I-Plan Committee, The Wellness Resource Guide Helps Let Residents Know What Health Resources Are Available Right Here By Alex Haglund The Washington County Wellness Resource Guide is a publication which features information on the various health, wellness and healthcare businesses,…

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Nashville News Holiday Closings

With Both Christmas and New Years Occurring on weekend this year, The Nashville News will be closed on the Monday following each holiday. For Christmas, The Nashville News will close on Monday, December 26. Deadline for the December 28 edition of the paper will be at 12 p.m. on Friday, December 23. For New Years,…

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Eager Beavers, City, Dedicate New Benches

Nashville Mayor Raymond Kolweier, City Council Member Josh Fark and the members, parents and adult leaders of the Nashville Eager Beavers 4-H Club came together on Saturday, December 3 to dedicate the new benches which were placed in front of the Washington County Courthouse. By Alex Haglund If something seems a little different in front…

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