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Today's News

  • Commanderettes defeat Thomas Nelson 12-2

    The Washington County Commanderettes played a close game against Thomas Nelson Monday, but a strong sixth inning helped the team win 12-2. Being up only two runs after the second inning, the Commanderette defense held the visitors scoreless the rest of the way.

    “I’m very pleased with how well our team performed,” said head coach Christy Baker.

  • Commanders split games with Bethlehem

    The Washington County Commanders took on Bethlehem last week in a three-game series, losing the first game 12-2 and bouncing back to win 8-1 in game two. Game three was rescheduled due to inclement weather.

    “We played our game and executed very well,” said head coach Adam Blair.

    Washington County 2 Bethlehem 12

  • Commanderettes rout Bardstown

    A seven-run second inning helped the Washington County Commanderettes defeat Bardstown 15-0 in four innings Wednesday. The win helped keep Washington County moving toward an even record, now sitting at 9-11 for the season.

    Prior to the game, however, both teams put aside their rivalry to celebrate a common goal: defeating cancer. Players from both teams wore pink uniforms for Washington County’s “Pink Out” event, which honored friends and family members of both teams in their fight against cancer.

  • Commanders fall to Elizabethtown, beat Mercer and Campbellsville

    The Washington County Commanders baseball team played a back-and-forth game with Elizabethtown Wednesday, but a 10-run seventh inning eventually saw Elizabethtown prevail 15-6.

    “We played a good game up to that point,” said head coach Adam Blair. “We played #18 E-town toe to toe for 6 2/3 innings and just didn’t finish.”

  • Americans don't use their vacation hours

    Vacations; they’re a cornerstone of the modern workplace. Though some countries ¬– ahem, France – allow for people to take more of them, here in the Untied States, they’re a commodity that just isn’t used as much. 

    In fact, according to an article published on Fox News’ website, “Americans are just plain lousy at taking vacation.”

  • Elmore to leave WCHS

    Washington County High School Principal Thad Elmore will be leaving WCHS and moving to Marion County High School.

    Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser told The Lebanon Enterprise last week that Elmore will be joining MCHS next school year as principal. 

    “I believe that Mr. Elmore brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will support each and every student,” Schlosser said. 

    For Elmore, the last three years at WCHS have been wonderful.

  • Greenhouse teaches more than horticulture

    Two courses at Washington County High School are taking kids out of the classroom and letting them get their hands dirty – literally. 

    The greenhouse and plant land science courses at WCHS are not only teaching students the fundamentals of growing tomatoes, bedding and hanging plants, but also the fundamentals of economics.  

    According to the courses’ teacher, Bart Mattingly, students must be sophomores or above in order to join the program, but most of the 28 students involved are juniors or seniors. 

  • Keys to parenting: take care of yourself

    Parenting requires a lot of energy and you may feel overwhelmed and exhausted. It can be hard to imagine finding time to take care of yourself when you are balancing so many other things. It is important to keep in mind that doing well starts with being well. You can learn to reduce your stress and nurture yourself.  Both you and your child will reap the benefits. You don’t have to be perfect. It is impossible to achieve because everyone has a different idea of perfection and we are all human. Try some of the following ideas to help keep your life in balance.

  • Students participate in Talk Meet
  • Protect your plants from spring frost