TWIGS Summer Lunch Program To Begin June 1

  Nashville TWIGS program will again be providing a free lunch during the summer. Lunches will be starting Monday, June 1st and continue through Friday, July 31st. All youth 18 and under are able to receive lunch. Lunches will be served in a grab and go sack lunch format from 11:30 to 12:30 each weekday at…

Nashville Public Library To Offer Virtual Summer Reading Program

The Nashville Public Library is evolving! Our much anticipated summer reading program, Dig Deeper: Read, Explore, Discover!, will begin on June 10th and end on July 29th. There will be no in-person programs this year. Instead, the library has adapted and prepared a summer reading program that can be accessed and completed online using Beanstack.…

Kelley Family Continues To Serve In The Medical Profession

Tell Me Something Good By Leah Williams [email protected] Growing up in a family with medical professionals has in uenced generations of future doctors and physicians. Dr. Ralph Kelley was a physician in Nashville from 1968 to 2002, and his family said there are now 14 doctors in four generations and several other medical professionals. “Growing…

Health Department: All Active COVID-19 Cases Have Been Released From Isolation

The Washington County Health Department said Tuesday morning that all 18 of the previously lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases have been released from isolation orders and there have been no new cases reported at this time. Administrator Elizabeth Lehde said that the two cases are now able to resume all cases as the department follows up with…

For the First Time in 50 Years, The Nashville Golf Course Gets Face Lift

By: Garrett Krohne [email protected] For the first time in 50 years, the Nashville Municipal Golf Course will feature a new look. Josh Evans, the course Superintendent, says the remodeling started around late February to early March and took roughly a month and a half. It was performed by Steigman Construction out of Nashville, Illinois. The…

2018 NCHS Grad Part of Committee Seeking to “Enhance the Student-Athlete Experience”

By: Garrett Krohne [email protected] Another former Nashville athlete is accomplishing big things at the next level. This past week, current Evansville Purple Ace and former Hornette softball player Mackenzie McFeron was named the Missouri Valley Conference’s representative on the Division 1 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She is one of thirty two representatives on the committee, as…

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…

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