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July Meeting First For New Superintendent Brad Turner At NCHS

Brad Turner, CENTER, shown with school board members Tom Speedie and John Hallock, speaks at the meeting of the NCHS Board on Tuesday, July 17, his first as school Superintendent. New Fiscal Year Begins With Turner Taking Reins At District 99 By Alex Haglund The meeting of the Nashville Community High School Board on Tuesday,…

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Police Officer Promoted, Chamber Donation Approved

By Alex Haglund The Nashville City council approved promoting a police officer, Johnathon Stambaugh, from part time to full time at their second meeting of the month, held on the evening of Thursday, July 19 at City Hall. Stambaugh is replacing Officer Jeff Heinzl. Heinzl’s switch to part-time status was approved by the council at…

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Auxiliary Makes Donation For WCH Lobby Renovation

The Washington County Hospital is grateful for the donation from the WCH Women’s Auxiliary for the renovation of the Front Lobby. They donated all the money required for this renovation which included new furniture and decor, along with new flooring and updating all the walls with fresh paint. The lobby also has brand new lighting…

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Get Shuffling Fridays At The American Legion

Friday evenings, a shuffleboard event will be held at the Nashville American Legion in the upstairs hall. The event is free, and is open to anyone age 14 and older. In addition to the shuffleboard, which will include a shootout with cash prizes, there will also be music, attendance prizes, cornhole and other games. The…

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Hofbraufest 2018 Parade Gallery

Saturday Afternoon Parade for 50th Hofbraufest Hoyleton Hofbraufest celebrated their 50th anniversary by having a parade on the afternoon of Saturday, July 7. See more from Hofbraufest 2018 in the July 11, 2018 edition of The Nashville News

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Bluegrass, Black Skies

George Portz And Bluegrass Friends, Arts Council Volunteers Soldier On Through Downpour The Summer Concert held on the evening of Thursday, June 28 was a wet one. Ominous weather reports moved the show from the courthouse lawn to the Pavilion Across the Creek at Memorial Park. The pavilion’s roof provided some cover as the rain…

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