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Today's News

  • WC starts district play tonight at Nelson

    The Washington County Commanders and Commanderettes will be on the road tonight to Bardstown as they play their first district match-ups of the season against Nelson County.

    The Commanders (0-4) start off the double-header at 6 p.m. against the Cardinals (3-1), while the Commanderettes (1-3) play the late game against the Lady Cards (3-1).

    Both games will be broadcast on 102.7 WYSB-FM with pre-game hitting the air around 5:55 p.m.

    Come out and support your Washington County High School basketball teams!

  • Tobacco thieves hit local farmer twice

    While farmers have been working hard to harvest their tobacco crops, one local farmer has found that some criminals have been working just as hard to steal his crop.

    Michael McCain Jr. discovered on two occasions recently that some of his tobacco, as well as a John Deere wagon, had been stolen from his barn on Beechland Road.

  • Program to add value to livestock at shows

    A new program will add value to Kentucky-bred livestock exhibited at Kentucky Department of Agriculture-sponsored livestock shows and the Kentucky State Fair.

    The Kentucky Proud Livestock Tag Program will make exhibitors eligible for additional premiums in livestock shows and the state fair. The program is expected to increase sale prices for participating producers.

  • Burton’s Patriots improve to 11-3

    SCC Sports Information

    Arthur Latham averaged a double-double last year for the St. Catharine College Patriots with 21 points and 11 rebounds a game. But with only one semester of eligibility remaining, the Patriots chose to save the Radcliff, Ky., native’s talents for this season’s second semester when the Mid-South Conference schedule begins.

  • Rebound record for Turner

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    WC freshman center Kenya Turner set a school record on Dec. 7 when she pulled down 29 rebounds against Boyle County.

    Turner’s 17 offensive and 12 defensive rebounds broke the previous record of 25, set by Patrice Keene, which she had held for more than 20 years.

  • Sheriff submits budget for 2010

    Everybody loves to save money, and Washington County Sheriff Tommy Bartley is no exception. An estimate of the sheriff's 2010 budget was presented to the Washington County Fiscal Court on Monday, and the estimate of $469,000 looks to be $17,100 lower than 2009's budget.

    “This year's budget is a little lower,” Bartley said. “Last year, we weren't real sure on the cost of the court security officers for the judicial center, but I think we are down a little.”

  • Construction completed on ECTC Springfield campus

    Several local residents recently had the chance to go back to the classroom when they were treated to a tour of the new Springfield campus of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Visitors were given a first-hand look at the new campus which will open early next year.

    Construction of the $14.5 million, 50,000-sq. ft. facility was completed in early December. Furnishings and equipment have been ordered and will be installed over the next several months. Voice and data service will be activated after the first of the year.

  • Social News and Events

    BIRTHS

    Carrico: It's a girl!

    Hailee Marie Carrico

    Travis and Amanda Smith Carrico announce the birth of their daughter on Nov. 2, 2009 at Ephraim McDowell Hospital.

    Hailee Marie Carrico weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches in length.

    Gordon: It's a boy!

    Lucas O'Neal Gordon

    Sara and Shawn Gordon of Lebanon announce the birth of their son on Oct. 30, 2009 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.

    Lucas O’Neal Gordon weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 20 inches in length.

  • Supplement weathered corn stalks

    Fall rainfall is good for wheat and next year’s crops, but it does have its drawbacks. One challenge is rain’s impact on corn stalk quality. More in a moment. Rain in the fall usually is welcomed despite the delays it causes with crop harvest. Pastures and alfalfa benefit from extra growth and winterizing capabilities. Wheat and other small grains

    get well established as do any new fields of alfalfa or pasture. And the reserve moisture stored in the soil will get good use during next year’s growing season.

  • Social News and Events

    BIRTHS

    Goff: It's a girl!

    MaKenzie Lynn Goff

    Lynn and Bobby Goff of Springfield announce the birth of their daughter on Nov. 25, 2009 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.

    MaKenzie Lynn weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches in length.