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Deb Auld To Join Washington County Hospital Medical Group

Deb Auld, PA-C, with WCH Medical Group Director Dr. Ginger Fewell. Washington County Hospital Board, Medical Staff, Administration, and Staff are pleased to announce that Deb Auld, PA-C has joined the Medical Group at Washington County Hospital (WCH). “I am thrilled that Deb decided to join our practice,” said Dr. Ginger Fewell, WCH Medical Group

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NCHS FFA Takes First In State For Dairy Judging

NCHS FFA Members who participated in the Illinois State Dairy Judging Competition were, FROM LEFT, Megan Smith, Carli Hoffmann, Kyle Lamczyk, Cade Hoffman and Cole Herrmann. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Kaskaskia College recently hosted the State Dairy Judging CDE where FFA members from the entire state had the opportunity to judge seven classes of

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Register Now For “Walk With The Dogs”, Happening June 2

The 13th Annual 5K “Walk With the Dogs” for Pancreatic Cancer will be held this year on Saturday, June 2 at Memorial Park in Nashville. The event opens at 7:30 with same day  registration (for those not registered already) and Team Photo Ops, and the Walk begins around 8 am after the traditional Tribute Balloon

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Step Up

Relay For Life 2018 By Rebecca Ruehl A few years ago, I went to an out-of-state meeting whose goal was to share fundraising ideas with others from the 50 states. I didn’t really know what to expect, just that I was fired up about Relay for Life and excited to see what others were doing.

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Skimmer-Scammers And Cell Tower Scrappers

Four Charged With Felonies By Alex Haglund “There’s been two big crime sprees that have been going on,” State’s Attorney Dan Bronke told the Washington County Board at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, April 10. The first type of crime that the county had seen arrests for was suspects who were operating card skimmers

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Spring Has Sprung At Happy Days Preschool

What a great preschool Sunday we had April 8! Nineteen children were able to join us as Miss Rhonda led us through songs we have learned in chapel. We have been busy! We have had presentations from Carlyle lake park rangers for spring, getting our spring pictures taken, learning bike safety so we can bring

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County Working On Solar Farm Zoning Amendment

By Alex Haglund The Washington County Board heard about a solar farm text amendment that is in the process of being drafted during the April 10 meeting of the board. “The Committee, Rick and Linda (County Zoning Administrator Rick Greten and Linda Tragesser of the Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission) have been working on the text

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NCHS Hosts Organizational Contest, Groups Score Well

NCHS hosted IHSA Organizational Contest on Saturday, April 13 and 14. Ten bands and ten choirs competed during the contest. Organizational contest is for large ensembles including concert bands, jazz bands, concert choirs, jazz choirs, and show choirs. NCHS had an outstanding contest. Competing in the two day event from NCHS were, the Concert Band,

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Dean Kidwell Visits Local Illinois Extension And Related Area Programs

U Of I College Of Agriculture Dean Visits Area Extensions University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences Dean Kimberlee Kidwell has been on a mission for the past year to visit all the Illinois Extension units across the state. She has been learning more about Extension, its relationship with the College of

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