City Releases Requirements For New ATV, UTV Ordinance To Take Effect This Spring

Updated to add clarification on age restriction. By Leah Williams news@nashnews.net Those looking to take to the streets this spring with newly approved vehicles will need to follow certain requirements, according to the city of Nashville. The new ordinance, which was passed by the Nashville City Council earlier this year, allows the use of ATVs…

NCHS To Host Blood Drive Wednesday

NCHS is on a mission to help save lives by participating in the American Red Cross high school program! Through this program, our students have the chance to take part in a meaningful effort to give hope to hospital patients in need. NCHS will host a Red Cross drive on Wednesday, February 26 from 9…

Small Sworn In As Newest Washington County Board Member

By Leah Williams news@nashnews.net Rodney Small has been appointed as the newest member of the Washington County Board, per a vote by the governing body this past week. Small takes the place formerly held by Leticia Lueking, who resigned in January after informing the board that she had moved out of the county. Small is…

Aulds Named Defensive Player of the Year, Other Hornets Named to All-Area Football Team

By: Garrett Krohne sports@nashnews.net The Hornets accomplished many accolades during their State-Runner Up season, and those accolades are still flowing in.  Head Coach Stephen Kozuszek was named Small School Coach of the Year along with Mater Dei’s Jim Stiebel. Justin Aulds was named Defensive Player of the Year, finishing the season with 144 tackles and…

Hornettes Sting Rival Panthers to Claim Regional Crown

By: Garrett Krohne sports@nashnews.net Following a regular season campaign where they finished with a record of 21 wins and 9 losses, the Hornettes would look for win number twenty two Tuesday night against Trico. The Lady Pioneers were coming off of their Monday victory against Sparta. For the Hornettes, it was their first glimpse of…

Hornets Win One, Lose One Against Conference Foes

By: Garrett Krohne sports@nashnews.net Six days after their loss to Fairfield at the Rich Herrin Classic, the Hornets (23-5) found themselves back at Assembly Hall for a Friday night tussle against the Lions of Carterville. This game would be the second time the conference foes have squared off this season. Nashville was able to claim…

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    Blood Drive – Washington County Hospital

    12:00 pm-6:00 pm
    Sep-10-19
    Washington County Hospital
    705 S Grand St, Nashville, IL 62263, USA

    Washington County Hospital is hosting a Blood Drive on Tuesday, September 10th, from 12 noon to 6 p.m.  The Blood Drive will be in the lower level conference rooms of the hospital.  The best entrance would be the Education Entrance on the South East corner of the hospital.  Please come and join us.  Each pint donated can save up to 3 lives!  Like WCH on Facebook or visit our website at www.washingtoncountyhospital.org for the latest updates and happenings at WCH.

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