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Today's News

  • SCC president Bill Huston nears retirement

    One thing that’s certain about the 18-year tenure of St. Catharine College President William D. Huston: the school has made major strides and expanded into areas that couldn’t be imagined just a few short years ago.

  • PHOTOS: Hats off to the class of 2015
  • Hamilton wins gold

     A Washington County teenager was invited to the 2015 Junior Olympic Championships earlier this month in Colorado and he returned home with gold and silver medals after taking part in three events.

    Mason Hamilton, 13, qualified for the competition on Dec. 13 and made his way to Colorado Springs from April 28 to May 6 for the 14-and-under (J3 division) championships in air rifle, small-bore and 3x40 small-bore.

  • Commanderettes drop district title in final game

    They fought until the very end, and even when it they were defeated, they never let their heads down.

    The Washington County Commanderettes lost their chance to earn the accolade of being the 19th District champions when they fell to the Bethlehem Banshees 8-1 on May 18. It was the third time the Commanderettes have been defeated by the Banshees this season, falling to them previously 19-6 and 9-3.

    “Just because we didn’t win doesn’t mean we can’t play,” Commanderettes head coach Christy Baker said after the game.

  • Commanders are district champions!

    Bottom of the seventh, two outs, game tied 3-3 - everything is on the line.

    Rain came down in a light drizzle as the Washington County Commanders took home the 19th District championship in an epic fashion on May 18 when sophomore infielder Michael

    Chastain slammed a base hit to drive in senior infielder Wade Moore for the win.

  • Osbourne places fifth at state

    Washington County High School senior Anthony Osbourne took fifth place in the 200-meter dash at the state track meet on May 23, which was hosted at the University of Kentucky’s outdoor track facility.

    “That was the sixth time he’s run the 200-meter,” the track team’s head coach Eric Sagrecy said.  “…to finish fifth at state your first year of doing something is pretty impressive… I’m really proud of him.”

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  • Jets over Kentucky seeking rentals

    Event organizers for Jets Over Kentucky, the world’s grandest jet event, are looking for local residents who are willing to rent out their personal recreational vehicles from July 5 - 12 at the Lebanon/Springfield Airport in Springfield. Lewis Patton with Jet Central expressed interest in as many as 10 RVs, possibly more.

    In addition, local residents are asked to open their homes or offer rental properties to the pilots during this week.

  • Airport, police business at center of city meeting

    The city of Springfield held its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday and Craig Arnold, chair of the Lebanon-Springfield Airport board, was present to provide an update on what the future holds for the airport.

    He said an airplane was recently purchased that will be available to lease out to interested parties, but he expressed even more excitement over the aviation program that is beginning at Washington County High School this fall.

  • Power restored after outage on Sunday

    A power outage caused concern in Springfield on Sunday afternoon, but all services now appear to be up and running.

    The incident occurred around 2 p.m. Sunday and all Kentucky Utilties (KU) customers in the area were impacted. According to city officials, KU engineer Larry Gilpin advised that a transmission line issue leading into both of Springfield’s substations led to the power outage. The issue was resolved quickly, with residents and businesses being without power for an hour or slightly longer.