Today's News

  • 4-H talent show rescheduled for Monday

    The 4-H Talent Show has been rescheduled for Monday, May 13 at 6:15 p.m. at the Mackville Community Center. The public is invited to attend the event, which will feature 4-H members in vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical categories. There is an admission price. Top acts will advance to the Kentucky State Fair to perform in Cloverville in August.

  • PHOTOS: WCHS track meet
  • PHOTOS: Camp Calvary Hike Day
  • Softball tourney at the Burg

    A softball tournament will be held at the Fredericktown Ball Park on June 1.

    Proceeds are being raised to support the Washington County Relay for Life.

    If you’d like to participate or find out more information about the tournament, call David Smith at (859) 262-5602, or at (859) 481-4726.

  • Patriots take all-conference honors

    In addition to the honors received in softball (see related article, this issue), the spring sports programs at St. Catharine College had numerous athletes who earned All-Conference honors.

    Four Patriot golfers and three track and field athletes were recognized for academic achievement by being named to the Academic All-Mid-South Conference team. A student/athlete must have at least a 3.25 grade point average and a minimum of sophomore academic status to earn the award.

  • Goldey leads way for SCC

    In looking at final statistics from the Mid-South Conference softball season, the name of Hagan Goldey appears in the top six in nearly every offensive category. The senior shortstop from Lancaster, in addition to making the first team all-conference, also joined four other Patriots on the Academic All-Mid South Conference team.

  • Commander comeback not enough against Bethlehem

    After breaking off seven wins in eight games from April 12 to April 25, the Commander baseball team has seen their fate swing the other direction in the win/loss column over the past two weeks.

    Losing four of five is of little concern to Washington County Head Coach Derek Schuler, however, as he said the effort has been there, particularly in a 19th District loss to Bethlehem on Friday night.

  • WC softball makes strides on offense, locks up back-to-back wins

    The Commanderette softball team (8-10) ran into a rough patch in recent weeks, dropping six out of eight games, but they righted the ship last week with a pair of wins, including a 10-2 drubbing of Campbellsville on Friday.

  • Commission receives grant

    A grant that will be used for personal safety equipment, training and traffic control aids was accepted by the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission last week.

    The check, for $3,000, was presented by Marty Nemes, senior marketing agent at the Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services.

    “KLCIS has been our insurance provider for several years and strive to help us maintain a safe working environment,” said Angela Culver of the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission.

  • Road work to take place

    Mayor John W. Cecconi announces that blacktop work will take place in Springfield on Tuesday, April 30 and Wednesday, May 1 on the following streets:  Ballard, Scott, Claybrooke, Short, George Russell, Depot, McCord and Cemetery Hill.

    Residents of these areas are asked to park off the street to accommodate the work crews and equipment, and others traveling in these areas are asked to be patient while the work is taking place.