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…

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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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KC To Host Commencement On Friday, July 10

Kaskaskia College will be hosting its 2020 Commencement ceremony on Friday, July 10 at 7:00 pm on the College’s main campus.  Although much will be different about this year’s ceremony, many of the traditions of commencement such as the processional and recessional, the conferring of degrees, and the opportunity for students to walk across the…

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Nashville Blue Racer Season Set To Begin This Week

Over the course of the last few months, the public has been faced with disappointment, unknowns, and anticipation. This week, all of those things take a back seat to reality as the Blue Racer season has begun.The team is coached by Steve Browne and Karrie Kujawa. Browne has been on the board for six years,…

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Memorial Park Pool Opens For The Season

After months of shuttering, the Nashville Memorial Community Park pool has opened for the season. The park pool rules, according to park officials, for the season are no more than 50 people per session, which will be offered one in the afternoon and in the evening. After the session hours are completed, all swimmers will…

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Three More COVID-19 Cases Brings County Total To 24

The Washington County Health Department has been notified of three new lab-confirmed positive coronavirus cases, the department said on Monday, July 6. The Washington County residents include a female in her 50s who is isolated at home with mild to moderate symptoms. The case is believed to have been contracted the virus through community spread.…

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Deloris E. Jones

Deloris E. Jones Deloris E. Jones, age 83, of Elburn, formerly of East Hazel Crest, IL, was released into the arms of her Savior in the early morning hours of Friday, June 26, 2020. She was born on January 9, 1937 in Shattuc, IL, to proud and loving parents, Victor Orin and Evalenar (Carter) Bright.…

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New COVID Case Now Reporting

  The health department was notified of a positive COVID test in a male in his 40s who recently returned from Florida.  He is isolated at home with mild to moderate symptoms.   SAFETY Continue to practice social distancing and hand hygiene to keep yourself and others safe, and wear a mask if you are…

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