Photo Gallery: Free Swim At Memorial Park Pool

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  Several young swimmers took a dip in the Memorial Park Pool during a free swim event courtesy of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. Extra photos from the hot afternoon can be found in our photo gallery.  

Fall Sports Coaching Lists Released

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The coaches for the fall sports season are finalized, with only a few changes from last year’s coaches. Jenny Olson takes over as the Head Cross Country Coach, while Morgan Fox, and Kailie Maschhoff take over as the Cheerleading Coaches. Stephen Kozuszek will enter his third season as coach of the NCHS football Hornets. Anthony…

Blue Racers Finish Second At Conference

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The Nashville Blue Racers concluded their season this past weekend with the 2019 Shawnee Conference Meet on July 20. Nashville Memorial Pool hosted the meet. The meet featured six teams. Nashville, Carlyle, Millstadt, Pinckneyville, Red Bud, and Sparta all competed, with Carlyle taking the title. Carlyle dominated the meet finishing with 436 points. Nashville was…

NCHS Votes To Replace Computer Lab Chairs

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By Leah Williams The Nashville Community High School Board purchased computer chairs for the district’s two computer labs on Tuesday, July 16, during its regular board meeting. The board approved the acquirement of 50 chairs, purchased at approximately $122 each, a cost that comes to about $6,100. The seating is to be purchased through Amazon.…

Celebrating the Past, Present and Future Of The NEC

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By Leah Williams The role of the community college is evolving, and those involved are  hoping to get a certain message across. “We want the community to know that is their center, and it is theirs to use,” said Cheryl Boehne, new Nashville Education Center director and regional director of all the Kaskaskia College Education…

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