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Today's News

  • ‘Tis the season for cheer

    The Central Kentucky Community Theatre Youth Actors are making an impression on the local community and they’re doing it with the sounds of the season.

    The Youth Actors have been delivering carol cards — similar to a singing telegram, including a plate of cookies and a Christmas card from the person who sent the carolers — to people around the community, and their performance has left its mark.

  • WC girls take first victory

    The Washington County Commanderettes were blessed with an upset when they slayed the Bethlehem Lady Eagles in the opening night of Washington County High School’s new gym on Dec 19.

  • Two injured in accident

    Two people were injured in a two-car accident on KY 555 Thursday morning.

    According to an accident report filed by the Springfield Police Department, Janis Atwood of Campbellsville and Paul McIlvoy of Springfield were injured after the two collided in front of INOAC at 7:45 a.m.

    According to the report, McIlvoy informed authorities that he was stopped in traffic while attempting to make a left turn onto West Industry Drive. That’s when, as McIlvoy stated to police, his 2004 Buick Regal was rear-ended by Atwood’s 2002 Pontiac Sunfire.

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  • UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old found

    UPDATE: Dillon Michael Stewart, 14, who was reported missing Thursday night has been located and is in good condition.

    Kevin Devine, director of the Washington County Office of Emergency Management, said the 14-year-old was found in a building near the intersection of Chaplin Road and KY 53.

    "He was in pretty good condition," Devine said. "He was cold, but other than that, pretty good condition."

    The teenager was transported to Spring View Hospital in Lebanon to be checked out. He was found at 12:13 p.m.

  • Snow day plan in place

    Washington County was one of the districts to receive a waiver to implement snow day lesson plans in place of missed time earlier this year. Now, with students enjoying a three-week break, the first Commander Day lesson plans are being established.

    A Commander Day will be declared on days where snow or ice keeps students from being able to attend school, but the roads are clear for faculty to report by 10 a.m.

  • District discusses hopes for improved scores

    Test scores did not reflect the improvement that the local district had hoped to see last year, and prior to last week’s board meeting, officials discussed what has been done this year to get back on track.

    Washington County High School principal Thad Elmore said WCHS has put an increased focus on math and reading to make sure the lesson plans coincide with the requirements for the end-of-year PLAN test.

  • PHOTO: St.Dominic’s special guest
  • PHOTOS: Making the big move

    There’s only one way to describe it – organized chaos.

    Like a busy ant colony or beehive, students, faculty and staff swarmed in and out of classrooms, hallways and busses as they packed up furniture, books and other school property on Dec. 17 and began the processes of moving to the new high school.

    Despite the less than perfect weather, students appeared to be happy-go-lucky as thy packed up their old school, and several told The Sun they’re glad the day has finally come.

  • PHOTOS: Open at long last

    The new Washington County High School had its big reveal Monday night, with a countless number of community members stopping by to check out the open house.

    Following the school board meeting, the doors were opened to tours of the facility and a ribbon-cutting cereomy marked the occasion.
    WCHS students spearheaded the event by leading tours and preparing a welcome video.

    Principal Thad Elmore expressed excitement on his behalf as well as his students for the opening of the facility, and Superintendent Robin Cochran welcomed those in attendance.