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State Farm Insurance And Bonnie Cafe Donate Meals to Frontline Workers

Jake Brandmeyer and his team at State Farm Insurance in Nashville partnered with Bonnie Café to provide free meals to first responders and frontline workers on Tuesday, January 12. State Farm Insurance donated $500, and Bonnie Café donated $250, for a total of $750 worth of meals.  “We have been fortunate that our job is…

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Washington County Animal Control Surprised With Time Capsule

A few weeks ago, Deb Hagopian, Warden at Washington County Animal Control, received five very special books. They are scrapbooks filled with newspaper clippings, dating back to June of 1996, of every Pet of the Week ever featured in the Nashville News. Pet of the Week is a weekly submission received from Washington County Partners…

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Nashville City Council Asking Citizens To Help

The main topic of discussion during the January 7th Nashville City Council meeting was the income survey that will be mailed out in the next few days to all residential water customers living within the city limits. These surveys are to help the city receive a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of approximately $169,000 from…

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Pritzker Announces $275 Million Provided to Small Businesses – Largest Grant Recovery Program in the Nation

SPRINGFIELD—Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) today announced more than $275 million in nearly 9,000 emergency assistance grants have been made to small businesses in over 600 cities and towns statewide through the Business Interruption Grants (BIG) program. Through this historic program – the largest of its kind…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Given to Clinical Colleagues at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese

From HSHS Press Release (BREESE, IL) – Yesterday, December 16, 2020, HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese administered the first COVID-19 vaccine dose to hospital colleague Mary Fitzgerald, RN, from the hospital’s emergency department. All vaccines were administered smoothly and safely. The doses were administered to clinical colleagues providing direct patient care, all of who voluntarily…

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Covid Update: Washington County Up Two Cases, At Ten Deaths

Today the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has announced 7,123 new confirmed and probable cases of Coronavirus in Illinois. They have also announced 146 new deaths in the state. This brings the total number of cases in Illinois to 870,600 with 14,655 deaths. Two of today’s additional cases are from Washington County. They are…

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WCH Extended Care Residents and Staff Hold Door Decorating Contest

There was a misprint in our paper this week stating that the rest of doors could be seen inside. Instead, we have created an online gallery that can be viewed below!       The Washington County Hospital Extended Care Unit has decked their halls in the Holiday Spirit! All the residents and staff have worked hard to decorate 14…

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Halloween Happenings

The end of October provides ample opportunity to enjoy many autumn activities, and the most ghoulish time of year presents an opportunity for tricksters, treat getters and candy lovers to get out and fill the bags with as much sugary snacks as possible. Here is an extensive list of some of the activities in the…

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2018 NCHS Homecoming Parade Gallery

NCHS 2018 Homecoming week came to its climax on Friday, September 21, with a parade in the afternoon, and the game against Sparta in the evening (The Hornets trounced Sparta 56-6 at that contest).

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