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Hornettes Win Two

By Michael Trotter   Nashville’s girls basketball team started their week with a 59-43 win over Sparta on Monday night. Nashville dominated the first half and led 31-12 by halftime. The Lady Bulldogs did stage a bit of a rally by outscoring the Hornettes by six in the third quarter, but Nashville was able to…

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No Day Like A Snow Day!

We asked our social media subscribers to send us some pictures of how they enjoyed the snowstorm last week. Like the snow, the pictures just kept coming! Unfortunately, we couldn’t fit all of them in the paper. Please enjoy our gallery below, and thank you everyone who submitted photos!

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Weather Causing Federal Vaccine Delivery Delays

Illinois proactively orders vaccine in an effort to reduce delay SPRINGFIELD – The federal government has notified all states of COVID-19 vaccine delivery delays across the entire country due to adverse weather and road conditions. To help offset delayed vaccine deliveries, the State of Illinois proactively ordered vaccine to be delivered to its Strategic National Stockpile…

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IDPH Reports Another Covid Death In Washington County

This morning (2/8) the Illinois Department of Health reported another Covid-19 death in Washington County: a male in his 90’s. Shorty after, Washington County Health Department released an update in which the additional death has not been added. With the amount of data they receive from all over the state, IDPH numbers are not always accurate. However, if IDPH’s…

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Region 4 Moves Into Phase 4

This morning the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced that Region 4 will be moving from Tier 2 mitigations into Phase 4, effective today. Region 4 has been meeting all but one of the requirements to move into the next Tier/Phase of the plan. As of today, Region 4 has met the criteria of at…

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Another Death; Washington County Health Department Asks for Patience

Update: On Wednesday, Feb 3 the Health Department announced 13 new cases of Covid-19 in the County, bringing the total to 30 active cases and 1 Hospitalized with Covid. On Monday, February 1 the Washington County Health Department released a statement announcing one additional death in Washington County as of January 29th. The female in…

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Another Covid-19 Death in Washington County

Today, IDPH announced an additional death in Washington County: a male in his 80’s. This would bring the total number of Covid-19 Deaths in Washington County to 24. IDPH’s numbers are not always accurate. Washington County Health Department will release a more detailed update soon. This update will be posted on our Facebook page here.

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Region 4 Moves To Tier 2 Mitigations

Today, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced that Region 4, which includes Washington County, is moving to Tier 2 Mitigations effective today. All regions in Illinois have now been moved out of Tier 3 mitigations.   “With all regions of Illinois now out of Tier 3, we can now see that the entire…

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City Honors Jim Leonard

The Nashville City Council presented a special recognition award for chief operator Jim Leonard during its meeting on Thursday, October 18. Leonard recently received a runner up distinction from the Illinois Potable Water Supply Operation Association (IPWSOA)’s distinction as Operator of the Year. He was named as one of nine outstanding professionals for their individual…

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