Area News

Chamber Seeking Board Member

Speedie, Habbe, Reelected The Nashville Chamber of Commerce held elections at their meeting on Tuesday, June 12, and Tom Speedie was reelected Chamber President and Sara Habbe was reelected to the board. No one else present ran for any board positions and there is a seat for the board that is currently unfilled. To be…

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Uptick

Meth Rears Its Ugly Head Again By Alex Haglund State’s Attorney Dan Bronke and Sheriff Danny Bradac both touched on drug issues while giving reports to the Washington County Board at their regular meeting held on the evening of Tuesday, June 12. Despite the amount of focus that’s been given to opioids in the past…

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Police Report – June 20, 2018

June 4 The Nashville Police Department Responded to the 600 block of W. Alton St. for a suspicious activity. Officers arrested Paul Frantz, of Nashville, for driving while license revoked, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and for obstructing justice. Paul was taken to the Washington County…

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Sheriff’s Report – June 20, 2018

June 18 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to County Highway 17 in Nashville for a report of suspicious activity. June 17 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested Ashton P. Petrea, 23 of Centralia on a Washington County Warrant. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of Domestic Trouble from an Oakdale residence.…

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Farmers and Merchants Bank Welcomes Pinski

NCHS Grad and Nashville Resident Amy Pinski will Serve As F&M Bank’s Retail Banking Manager Farmers and Merchants National Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Amy Pinski as Retail Banking Manager. Amy will be leading and supporting the branch operations for all Farmers and Merchants locations. “Amy is a great addition to our…

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City Council Takes Personnel Action

The Nashville City Council handled a number of personnel-related items at their first meeting for June. By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council made a number of motions related to city employees at their meeting on the evening of Thursday, June 7. The streets Department had been given authority to seek two new employees, one…

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Correction – June 6, 2018

The caption for the photo titled “NCHS Seniors Receive Approximately One Million Dollars In Scholarships” on Page A5 of the May 30, 2018 Edition of The Nashville News contains an error. It should state that Avery Meade will be attending Taylor University. The Nashville News regrets the error.

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School Honors And Scholarship – June 13, 2018

Nashville High School Second Semester Honor Roll Freshmen: High Honor Roll (3.75-4.0): Madison Draege, Samantha Edwards, Mark Ellis, Autumn Evans, Katlyn Eversgerd, Logan Eversgerd, Ashlyn Frazier, Hanah Grzegorek, Courtney Hallock, Trent Harris, Kiley Heidel, Joshua Hemker, Jada Jablonski, Katelyn Kessler, Gabriel Kreid, Cayla Krueger, Lydia Kurtz, Maryjane Laws, Breanne Liggett, Abigail Maschhoff, Ethan Oelze, Grant…

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