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Memorial Day Service Held in Nashville Memorial Park

By: Julie Laakko-Swanson news@nashnews.net It was a beautiful day for the solemn service held the morning of Monday, May 31st at Nashville Memorial Park. The morning was spent remembering the real reason for Monday’s holiday – not bbq’s, summer kick-offs, and sales, but recognition, remembrance, and gratitude for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for…

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Nashville Community High School would like to recognize the following members of the Class of 2021 for their hard work and dedication to academics. Each of them has received an academic scholarship to attend college.  Collectively they have received over 1.1 million dollars in scholarships. (Not in order) Jade Bannert – Southern Illinois University Carbondale,…

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NCHS Drafting Students Place High in State

By: Julie Laakko-Swanson news@nashnews.net Two students in Nashville Community High School’s Drafting class recently brought some hardware home to NCHS. Junior Ryan Stiegman won second and a medal at the Virtual State Drafting Competition and Sophomore Emma Eberhart brought home a first place medal and plaque to hang in the classroom of Drafting teacher and…

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Right to Life Essay Contest

The Washington County Right to Life Essay Awards Ceremony was held on April 26th at Trinity Lutheran Church in Nashville. Winners were (L to R, Front Row): Madisyn Rennegarbe From Immanuel (2nd Place), Charlotte Strubhart from St. Ann (2nd Place), Ashley Ratermann from St. Ann (3rd Place), Beverly Segelhorst from Immanuel (4th Place), Mackenna Wesseln…

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“Safer At Home Campaign”

The Addieville Fire Department partnered with the Addieville Area Jaycees and Weeke Sales And Service to announce their “Safer at Home Campaign”.  On Saturday, May 1st, from 8-11 a.m. any current resident of Washington County could stop by the Addieville Fire station and receive one smoke detector or combination smoke/carbon monoxide detector for their home…

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The Wound Care Center at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital Receives “Going the Distance” Quality Award

Award acknowledges center as nationwide leader in wound healing patient outcomes CENTRALIA, IL, April 16, 2021– The Wound Care Center at SSM Health St. Mary’s hospital in Centralia earned the 2020 Going the Distance award, issued by RestorixHealth, an organization that specializes in the development and management of comprehensive wound healing and Amputation Prevention Center®…

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