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Today's News

  • Will late summer nitrogen applications to pastures pay this year?

    We are close to the point where some livestock producers would normally start to apply nitrogen to tall fescue pastures to boost production levels and stockpile for fall and winter grazing.  There were few opportunities for this practice the last two years due to the dry weather, but 2009 has good potential due to the favorable soil moisture conditions.  Since there are many factors that will impact the profitability of this practice, the question at hand is: Under what set of conditions will applying nitrogen to pastures pay this year?

  • Planning meals for your family

    Anyone who cooks meals for their family wants to prepare nutritious meals that are tasty.  Great meals do not just happen. They take time and preparation, but following a few tips and planning meals in advance is beneficial for you and your family. By planning meals you can provide side dishes that appeal to everyone.  Planning your meals in advance could help you refrain from unnecessary purchases at the grocery store and have fewer leftovers. One of the best things about meal planning is that you create fun, family time where everyone can appreciate one another.

  • Commanders open at Shawnee tonight in Louisville

    The Washington County Commander football team opens the 2009 season tonight with a road game against Shawnee in Louisville.

    Senior Michael Gash will be the starting quarterback as the Commanders take the field with a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

    Catch all the action live on 100.9 MIKE FM, and see photos and complete stats, coaches' comments and more in next week's Springfield Sun.

  • Theater fundraiser is tonight at Opera House

    The Central Kentucky Community Theater group will host a special fundraising event tonight in preparation for a trip to Walt Disney World for the Central Kentucky Youth Actors, who will perform selections from the musical “Grease” at the Orlando, Fla., amusement park in October.

    A reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Opera House on Main Street in Springfield, followed by performances of songs from “Grease” at 6:30 p.m. on the Opera House stage.

  • Master gardener classes to begin in September

    The new Master Gardener classes will begin on Sept. 3 in Nelson County. Half of the classes will be in Bardstown and half will be in Springfield.   Class will meet every Thursday from 6 until 9 p.m.  Classes will alternate with one week in Nelson County and one week in Washington County.

  • Web exclusive: County to offer oil recycling to residents

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Staff Writer

    Washington County is getting into the oil business ee" used oil, that is. At the Washington County Fiscal Court meeting Monday morning, the court agreed to enter into a contract with Universal Environmental Services to collect used oil in the county for recycling. The contract is open-ended, which means either party may cancel at any time as long as they provide 30 days written notice.

  • New assistant principal joins staff at high school

    The Washington County School Board recently approved a motion to hire a SAM. Instead, they got a Dan.

    Dan Lockwood is the new assistant principal at Washington County High School. He fills a void that could have been filled by a SAM (school administration manager) if a certified principal was not hired. The SAM would have served as a backup administrator to principal Leon Smith and assistant principal Paul Terrell at the high school. Instead, Lockwood will now become an assistant principal, at least for one year.

  • Another “Classic” SCC Golf Tournament

    SCC Sports Information

    While many things change at breakneck speed these days, some things fortunately stay the same year after year. One of those constants is the quality of the St. Catharine College Celebrity Golf Classic, held the second Saturday of August each year.

  • Two scout projects bridge health and the outdoors

    When you think of scouting, you think of the pioneering spirit, of learning to adapt to the outdoors and studying nature in her raw glory. Some local residents of the Spaulding-Kelly group home in Springfield will now be able to get out in the great outdoors thanks to two local scout projects.

  • Turning back time

    Last Thursday wasn’t a “turn back the clock” day in downtown Springfield, but it certainly could have passed for one as dozens of antique cars rolled into town. This scene from yesteryear was courtesy of the Snapper’s Brass and Gas Automobile Club, a touring region of the Antique Automobile Club of America.