Friendship Manor Plans Parade To Kick Off Nursing Home Week

By Leah Williams [email protected] Friendship Manor in Nashville is planning something special to begin its annual Nursing Home Week celebration. The nursing home is inviting friends and family to participate in a parade on Monday, May 11. The event will jump start National Skilled Nursing Care Center Week. Kaylin Dalman, human resources at Friendship, said…

Hornettes Present Players With Awards Following the 2019-2020 Season

Updated 5-6-20: By: Garrett Krohne [email protected] The Hornette basketball team was honored recently for their efforts throughout the 2019-2020 season. Sabrina Kollbaum, Rylee Luechtefeld, and Olivia Cook were the three seniors on the squad. The Hornettes began their season by finishing second in the Nashville Invitational Tournament with a 3-1 record. Following a loss to…

Light at the end of the tunnel? Dr. Rand McClain Suggests Yes

  By Garrett Krohne [email protected] We are coming up on nearly two months without sports. The National Basketball Association was the first league to close its doors, and the rest were not far behind in following suit. Although the situation seems bleak, Dr. Rand McClain, a doctor who practices Sports Medicine in Santa Monica, California,…

Two More COVID-19 Cases Reported In Washington County

The Washington County Health Department stated Wednesday afternoon that it had been notified of two additional lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in county residents. Both cases, a female in her 50s and a female in her late teens, are healthcare workers. Both patients are reportedly home and doing well, and the health department is in communication…

NCHS Postpones Graduation Plans After State Restrictions

The Nashville Community High School has canceled its graduation plan that was scheduled to begin next week. According to an email that was sent to parents on Thursday morning, the plans were put on hold due to state restrictions that were previously announced on Wednesday. State Superintendent Dr. Carmen Ayala gave out more specific prohibitions…

Two More Additional Cases, County Total Reaches 13

Washington County Health Department revealed on Saturday that it has been notified oftwo (2) more lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 in county residents. Both cases are females in their 30s.  One case is linked to a COVID outbreak in a factory and the other is a close contact to a positive case. Both are quarantined at home…

Nascote Creates, Donates Face Shields To Local Entities

By Leah Williams [email protected] Nascote Industries in Nashville recently completed the construction and distribution of thousands of face shields for healthcare workers and first responders to use during the current coronavirus pandemic. Jeff Dahlquist, human resource manager said the company constructed 6,800 of the shields to be passed out to needed entities for personal protection…

Eighth COVID-19 Case Reported

Washington County Health Department has been notified ofan additional (1) lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 in a county resident.  This case is a close contact to someone previously diagnosed with COVID-19 and has been on quarantine since before symptoms started.  This individual is isolated and stable.  The health department is in communication with cases and close…

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