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2018 NCHS Homecoming Parade Gallery

NCHS 2018 Homecoming week came to its climax on Friday, September 21, with a parade in the afternoon, and the game against Sparta in the evening (The Hornets trounced Sparta 56-6 at that contest).

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Volunteers Need For Clean Up Day At Workshop

On September 8, Washington County Vocational Workshop is in need of volunteers to help clean out the big shed. Work will be happening from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Any individual or group is welcome to come and to share in the fun (if you like throwing things away!). If you only have an hour…

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Melissa Hopfinger Files Suit Against City Of Nashville For Wrongful Termination Due to Violations Of FMLA And Whistleblower Acts

By Alex Haglund A case was brought against the city of Nashville in federal district court on August 21 by Melissa Hopfinger, the Nashville Police Department’s former administrative assistant, and wife of Greg Hopfinger, who filed suit against the city in February. Melissa Hopfinger’s suit alleges that the city violated the family and medical leave…

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The Nashville News Is Seeking An Editor

Dear Readers, There comes a time in a person’s life, or in this case, in the life of a family, where change is required. For myself and my family, that time is now, and it is not without some sadness that I have decided to step down as the editor of The Nashville News and…

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Beards And Bodices?

New Events Planned For Fall Festival This year’s Fall Festival has two new events planned – a beard contest for men and a period dress contest for women. Both contests are being set up in honor of the 200th anniversary of Washington County and the State of Illinois, and both will be happening at midday…

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Threshermen Play Final Show Of 2018 Summer Concert Series

The Threshermen, ABOVE, including FROM LEFT, Steve Hicks, Sean Clark, Mike Pirtle and Nathan Rittenhouse, played the final show of the 2018 Summer Concert Series, which was moved to the pavilion across the creek when rain threatened in the forecast (the weather stayed nice though). The Summer Concerts are held every Thursday evening at 6…

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Moeller Installed As Nashville Lions Club President

ABOVE, Past Nashville Lions President Doug Holzhauer passed the gavel to Lion Gary Moeller, newly elected president for 2018-19. Lion Moeller becomes the 80th president of the Nashville club. There has never been a repeat chair throughout the history of this club. Lion Holzhauer is holding a plaque commemorating his term as president. Other officers…

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