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Spenner, 23, Of Hoyleton, Dies In Auto Wreck

By Alex Haglund A fatal motor vehicle accident occurred at approximately 7 a.m., on Monday, January 5, north of New Minden. Brian Carl Spenner, 23, of Hoyleton was killed in the wreck. Spenner was the apparent restrained driver of a southbound vehicle. He lost control in a curve and ran the vehicle off of the…

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Knights Present ID Funds to Schools

The Nashville Knights of Columbus collected funds for the Intellectually Disabled (Tootsie Roll Drive) in September. The funds are given to the Special Education classes at Nashville Grade School and Nashville Community High School. In photo, from left, are: Leo Schmidt, fund drive chairman; Jennifer Maschhoff of the high school; Wally Korando, KC member displaying…

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WCH Auxiliary Donates Treadmill To Hospital

Betty Brammeier, Ora Mae Droege, Thelma Prasuhn, and Melodie Wilkey stand by the new treadmill that the Washington County Hospital Auxiliary donated to the WCH Physical Therapy Department. The Washington County Women’s Auxiliary has donated a new Treadmill to the WCH Physical Therapy Department. This new piece of equipment is beneficial to all patients being…

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Website Established For Sailor Gutzler

After Friday night’s plane crash, inquiries began to reach the Gutzler family from those who wished to know what they could do to help Sailor Gutzler. Since then, a website, built by Prophecy1 of Nashville, has been set up, and is sanctioned by the family as the only legitimate site for donations. Lopez said that…

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Visitation For Gutzlers To Be Held At Middle School Thursday

Visitation To Be Held At Middle School Thursday A visitation will be held for Marty, Kim, and Piper Gutzler on Thursday, January 8, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Nashville District 49 Middle School. Private funeral services for the three family members were made with arrangements by Campagna Funeral Home. These services will be…

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Remembering Friends

Marty, Sailor, Piper, and Kim Gutzler. By Alex Haglund Following Friday’s tragic plane crash, people in Nashville who knew the Gutzlers are coping with their loss. The Gutzlers were a prominent and social family and their absence will be felt acutely here in their hometown. “Kim and Marty have always been sports-driven and school-driven here…

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2014: The Nashville News Year-In-Review

The Nashville News Year-In-Review By Alex Haglund and Travis Volz January The “Polar Vortex” dropped temperatures in Nashville to -10 degrees on January 5 and -13 degrees on January 6. The cold snap was accompanied by snow and ice. Schools and businesses closed and streets were slick with ice. The Nashville Community High School basketball…

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