Area Industries Help The Frontline

By Leah Williams [email protected] In the middle of pandemic, there can be stories all around us of people and industries stepping up and helping those around them. Here are a couple of these local examples right here in Nashville: GDB International The Washington County Historical Society stated that President Cathy Dinkelman was able to provide…

NMS Looking At Possible Options For Next School Year

Nashville Grade School Principal Chuck Fairbanks addressed the elementary committee on Wednesday afternoon, outlining potential scenarios for the 2020-21 school year. The Remote Learning Committee, Fairbanks said in a live tweet, has discussed numerous options including a normal start to the next school year with all students able to attend, a partial start with some of…

Photos: NMS Puts Up Signs Honoring 8th Grade Graduates

     

New Positive Case Now Reporting

There is another (1) lab-confirmed COVID-19 case in a Washington County resident, a female in her 90s, according to the health department Tuesday. This individual has been in close contact with a positive case and is isolated at home with moderate symptoms. Administrator Elizabeth Lehde said the health department continues to follow up with active cases…

Lehde Provides Insight On County COVID-19 Numbers

By Leah Williams [email protected] Washington County Health Department Elizabeth Lehde discussed an update to the coronavirus pandemic during the regularly monthly meeting of the Washington County Board on Tuesday, May 12. At the time of the meeting, there had been 211 negative test results come back to the health department, and 16 cases had been…

Board Takes No Action On Status Quo Press Statement

By Leah Williams [email protected] The Washington County Board elected to not release a statement during its meeting Tuesday that would reiterate its stance on the COVID-19 case. After a lengthy discussion, the board took no action on a draft of a press release that would continue the status quo that had been put in place…

The End of An Era: Nashville Radio Personalities Calling It A Career After Decades On Air

By Garrett Krohne [email protected] We have come to the end of an era. Following 42 years at Withers Broadcasting, Brad “Bo” Meyer has decided to call it a career. The longtime voice of Nashville sports made his decision public on Friday during “The Washington County Report,” a daily segment which airs on WNSV. Meyer began…

A Comeback For The Ages: 2016 Hornet Football Stuns Pinckneyville

By: Garrett Krohne We have all heard the saying, “play until the final whistle blows.” The 2016 Hornet football team is a prime example of how that famous saying is true. On October 7, 2016 in a game at Pinckneyville, the team was able to win 36 to 35 in double overtime. Although the score…

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