Health Department: Three More Positives In Washington County

The Washington County Health Department has been notified of 3 additional positive COVID-19 cases in the county, the health department said Wednesday, July 15. The residents include: • A female in her 50s is isolated at home with mild symptoms. It is thought that she contracted COVID through community transmission at her work. • A male in…

Gale To Play Volleyball With The KC Blue Angels

By Garrett Krohne [email protected] Last Wednesday, Nashville saw another one of their own sign on to continue not only their academic career, but their athletic career at the collegiate level. This time, it was 2020 graduate, Addi Gale. Gale will be playing volleyball at Kaskaskia College this coming fall. She joins her former teammate, Abby…

Hercules Signs With KC

By Garrett Krohne [email protected] For the third time since November, a Hornet is heading to college to play basketball. On Wednesday, Tristen Hercules joined the ranks of his former teammates Carson Parker and Terry Pelczynski as former Hornets to sign on to play collegiately. Hercules is taking his talents roughly thirty miles northeast to play…

Nashville Public Library Resumes In-Person Hours, Online Summer Reading Program Continues

By Leah Williams [email protected] The Nashville Public Library reopened its doors to patrons on Monday, July 8, and its first week back since shuttering this past March has seen several patrons welcoming it back. “We are just really excited to see everyone again,” Library Director Kelsey Schaepperkoetter said. “We wanted to get back to some…

Chief Nicks Retires From The Navy After 21 Years Of Service

Written by Jeanne Herzig Chief Daniel A. Nicks is retiring from the United States Navy on July 31, 2020 after serving his country for 21 years.  He is the son of Jeanne Herzig and Andy Nicks and stepson of Larry Herzig and Vicki Nicks.  He enlisted when he was 19 years old and was sent…

Nashville District 49 Online Registration Begins Monday

All grades (PreK-8) in Nashville District 49 will be able to register online starting Monday morning, July 13th.  Parents can also pay registration fees and lunch money online. An email from Skyward will be going out to all parents with your username for Family Access. PreK Parents and Parents of New Students: The email will…

Washington County Has New COVID-19 Case, Two More Active Cases Released From Isolation

The Washington County Health Department announced on Thursday, July 9, that an additional lab-confirmed COVID case was now reporting in the county. According to the health department, the resident is a female in her 50s who is isolated at home with no symptoms. She was reportedly an undisclosed close contact to a lab-confirmed case. Administrator…

Nashville Public Library Reopens To The Public

The Nashville Public Library reopened its building to patrons on July 8th, 2020 with the following restrictions: ◾️There will be a maximum of 15 people allowed in the library at one time. You may be asked to wait outside if the library is at max capacity. ◾️Wearing a mask and sanitizing hands at the door is…

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