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District 49 Call Home

If you couldn’t attend the Halloween Parade Friday, check it out on our Primary School Website! http://nashville49.org   Our First Quarter Newsletter is available. Check it out at http://nashville49.org!   Any parent who wishes to volunteer at school has to sign up on the Raptor system as a volunteer, the link is on the school…

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Gallery: Nashville Fall Festival

  The 39th Annual Nashville Fall Festival was held on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28. Hundreds flocked to the courthouse downtown to participate in an array of family friendly activities. Among those festivities were live performances, craft and vendor fair shopping, pet parade, food, superhero and princess parades and much more. Click here…

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held For China Inn

A longtime Nashville restaurant recently came under new ownership. Andy Chen and Kitty Weng took over the China Inn on West St. Louis Street from Andy’s cousin Jason. The new ownershp began about three weeks ago, and the Chinese restaurant includes a lunch buffet as well as carry out orders. “We heard that [Nashville] was…

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Five Hornettes Named All-Conference

The Nashville Hornettes softball team finished the season with a 16-13 record on the season. Nashville started the year slow with a 5-9 record but got hot late winning 11 of their final 15 games. Nashville finished with five SIRR Mississippi Division All-Conference players this season. The five players named All-Conference was the second most…

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Area Easter Egg Hunts Gallery

The annual Nashville Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt was held at Memorial Park on Saturday, April 20. The event included a petting zoo, visits and pictures with the Easter Bunny and a hunt for more than 3,000 eggs that were donated by the Brown Brothers. Also during the hunt special prizes were awarded to participants…

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Hornets And Hornettes Host First Home Meet

The NCHS Boys and Girls track teams kicked off their season with a home meet on March 21. The teams competed against Mater Dei, Okawville, Christ Our Rock Lutheran, Murphysboro and Carlyle. No team scores were kept for the meet. On the girls side, the Hornettes won eleven different events. In field events, Carli Hoffman…

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Paul H. Oexeman

Mr. Paul H. Oexeman of Nashville, IL, departed this life at the Friendship Manor Healthcare Center in Nashville on Monday, February 4, 2019 at 10 PM.  He had attained the age of 92 years, 8 months and 9 days. Paul was born in Cordes, IL on May 25, 1926.  His parents were Albert C. Oexeman…

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NCHS Performs With Other High School Bands In Sugar Bowl Halftime

The NCHS Marching Hornets participated in the Allstate Sugar Bowl Marching Band Competition over the weekend, which ended in performing with other high school bands at the halftime show. To view the performance, check out the video below. There is also a photo gallery available here.     Here is another video:  

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Nearly 100 Year Old Quilt To Be Displayed At Washington County Courthouse

The Washington County Board agreed at its meeting on Tuesday, December 11, that a nearly century old quilt will be put on display at the county courthouse building. Washington County State’s Attorney Dan Bronke spoke on behalf of the Washington County Historical Society about a donation the organization had received recently. The quilt was made…

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Hornets Stay Undefeated

The Nashville Hornets boys basketball team continued their hot start to the season with three wins this season. The Hornets picked up road wins against Chester and Benton, as well as a conference win at home over Sparta. Nashville has a record of 10-0 this season. The Hornets have one more game before Christmas as…

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