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Antibiotics – You Don’t Always Need Them

Antibiotics – You Don’t Always Need Them The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is recognizing U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week, November 13-19, 2017, to help decrease the misuse of antibiotics and protect people from the dangers of antibiotic resistant bacteria. Antibiotics do NOT cure viral infections such as colds, flu, most sore throats, most coughs

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City Of Nashville Hires Two New Employees

City Of Nashville Hires Two New Employees By Alex Haglund The City of Nashville announced two new hires at their first meeting of the month, held on the evening of Thursday, November 2. The first hire was a full time administrative assistant, Nashville resident, Taylor Kesel, who will be working at both the Nashville Police

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Multiple Fatalities Following Traffic Crash On IL-15 West of Nashville

Multiple Fatalities Following Traffic Crash On IL-15 West of Nashville The Nashville News received the following Press Release from the office of Washington County Coroner Mark Styninger: At 4:36 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1st, our office was dispatched to the scene of a multiple fatality traffic crash on Illinois State Route 15 near Madison Road,

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Washington County Joins Lawsuit Against Narcotic Manufacturers

Washington County Joins Lawsuit Against Narcotic Manufacturers On Monday, October 30, the office of Washington County State’s Attorney Daniel Bronke released the following statement with regards to a large multi-entity lawsuit seeking to holding narcotic manufacturers and distributors responsible for their part in the opioid epidemic. Bronke stated that the actual legal filing was over

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City Takes Action In Support Of Historical Society, Community Center

City Takes Action In Support Of Historical Society, Community Center By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council approved a donation for the Washington County Historical Society (WCHS) and an abatement of city utilities for the Nashville Community Center (CCN) at their meeting held on the evening of Thursday, October 19. In addition to the financial

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