LOOKING BACK: Part one of Herma Chafin Ogle’s story

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part one of the Herma Chafin Ogle story that began in Brown County on Jan. 6, 1881 — the year the president was inaugurated following the election of 1880.

Blossoming again: Parade returns after 2-year hiatus

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After a two year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Spring Blossom Parade once again graced the streets of downtown Nashville last weekend.

Final notes: Memorial for local musician scheduled this weekend

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A musical genius. Compassionate. Generous. Talented. Kind.

Students awarded for voting essays

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What factors play into a lack of voter participation and what should be done to increase turnout on Election Day?

Here we go again: High school puts on “Mamma Mia!,” 1st musical since pandemic

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If you are looking for fun weekend plans sure to keep you singing, dancing and laughing, you might consider visiting Brown County High School’s auditorium.

AUTHOR Q&A: Skye Nicholson “Unexpected Alchemy: Poems of Addiction and Awakening”

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This weekend, an author with local ties to Brown County will have a signing for a book of poetry based on her personal experiences and past struggles with addiction.

LOOKING BACK: Recollections about life, business in Brown County

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is a biographical interview with Bob Gregg, by Richard ‘Dick” Reed and appeared in the Brown County Democrat Dec. 5, 1973. This is part one of the Bob Gregg story.

Helping hands: Mother, daughter duo work together to aid those less fortunate

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Maya Jackson remembers looking through journals of hers from when she was young. Like any young girls’ journal, they were full of all kinds of dreams and plans.

POET’S CORNER: ‘A Poem’

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A Poem