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AG MARKET REPORT – January 11, 2017

MARKET REPORT Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Soybeans, yellow, per bu. $10.01 Soft wheat, per bu. 3.99 Corn, yellow, per bu. 3.51 Milo, per bu. 2.57 Retail Corn, per bu. 3.61 Soybean meal, per ton 370.00

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Mobile Market In Nashville On January 17U of I County Extension News

Mobile Market In Nashville On January 17 The Mobile Market comes to Nashville the third Tuesday of each month through a partnership between 4-H Youth Hunger Ambassadors, St. Ann Catholic School, Nashville FFA and a grant from the Illinois 4-H Foundation. The Mobile Market will be at the Washington County Fairgrounds Commercial Building in Nashville…

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Preparing For SpringClassic Photo – January 11, 2017

Preparing For Spring A set of seed catalogs shows what this man’s springtime plans are. After a long winter, the spring bloom is just the thing to grow things that are tasty or pretty. If you know who this man is or what the article this photo went with would have been about, please get…

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December 21, 2016 Classic Photo: A Very Interesting Subject

December 21, 2016 Classic Photo: A Very Interesting Subject Alan Blumhorst, on the FAR LEFT in the December 21 Classic Photo, which shows young students looking at a table or display, called the Nashville News to say that it was him in the picture and that he had heard all about it from family and…

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It Happened HereJanuary 11, 2017

It Happened Here Eighty Years Ago (1937) Two young men used a flat iron and escaped from the Washington County Jail in Nashville. One was later recaptured near Coulterville. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Foester of Covington was the first baby of the new year in Washington County. Six large herring were…

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NIT Ticket Sales

Tickets for the NIT Boys Basketball Tournament will go on sale beginning on Thursday, January 12. Ticket packets, which features one ticket for all five nights of the NIT, costs $25. Tickets will be on sale on Thursday January 12, an dFriady January 13 in the main office at Nashville High School from 9 a.m.…

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Hornettes Avenge Loss To Anna-Jonesboro

By Brent Huelsmann After finishing in fifth place at the Mascoutah Girls Basketball Invitational Tournament with a 3-1 record, the Hornettes have rattled off three straight wins to start the new year. The Hornettes kicked off the new year with home wins over Carbondale, DuQuoin, and Anna-Jonesboro. The Hornettes pushed their record to 14-4 on…

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Hornets Drop Two Straight

Hornets senior Ryan Brink dribbles into Okawville’s Shane Ganz during the Hornets 69-63 loss to Okawville in front of a packed house in Okawville on January 7. The Nashville Hornets boys basketball team, dropped two straight rivalry games this week as they traveled to take on the Pinckneyville Panthers and the Okawville Rockets. The Hornets…

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Cheerleaders Compete At ICCA Championships

The Nashville High School cheerleaders finished 14th out of 28 teams at the ICCA Championships. Nashville finished just .3 points out of the top ten in the Small Varsity division. Front Row: Joey Lane, Lauryn Pedtke, and Jadah Heidel. Second Row: Maddie Prasuhn, Jenna McClintock, Holly Hutchinson, Emily Wisely, Jasmine Sennholtz, and Laney Renth. Back…

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Jr. Hornets Move Record To 18-1

The Nashville Jr. Hornets eighth grade team began the new year with three straight wins as they defeated Okawville, Trico, and Salem. With the three wins the Jr. Hornets eighth grade team's record, now stands at 18-1 on the season. The seventh grade team for Nashville Middle School also picked up three wins this week…

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