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NCHS FIne Arts Festival canceled last month

April 18, 2024

The Nashville High School Fine Arts Festival was canceled in March due to Assembly Hall roof damage from a storm last month.   Due to the Fine Arts Festival being canceled, NCHS art teacher Danielle Schultz said she made a few accommodations for the NCHS artwork. She said art students created a digital slideshow featuring…

NCHS Symphonic Band selected to participate in Chicago clinic

April 18, 2024

The Nashville High School Symphonic Band was chosen by Richard Crain to be the featured band in his clinic of small school music programs at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic at McCormick Place West in Chicago from December 18-21.   According to NCHS music director Steve Browne, the Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra and…

Wash. Co. animal control trivia night benefit draws 350 people, raises $8K

April 18, 2024

The second annual Washington County Animal Control trivia night benefit with a silent auction and 50/50 drawing drew about 350 people on Saturday, April 13 at the Hoyleton Community Club building, said Animal Control Warden Deb Hagopian. She said about $8,000 was raised and the money will be going towards spay and neutering of feral…

Animal control administrator gives annual report

April 18, 2024

Jay Colbrook, animal control administrator, gave his annual report at the Washington County Board’s April 9 meeting. He reported in 2023, with dogs, there were 191 surrenders, 151 strays and one impounded dog for a total of 343. He said they were able to adopt out 173 dogs and 60 dogs were claimed by the…

Wash. Co. Board approves annual prevention proclamation

April 18, 2024

The Washington County Board approved an annual prevention proclamation from the Healthy Communities Alliance at its April 9 meeting.   John Reith of the Healthy Communities Alliance said annually they try to ask for a proclamation roughly this time of the year. May 12 to 18 is National Prevention Week. The proclamation states the Washington…

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