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Today's News

  • St. Catharine golfers finish 16th at Crooked Creek

    SCC Sports Information

    In a tournament hosted by the University of the Cumberlands last Monday and Tuesday at Crooked Creek Golf Course, the St. Catharine College men’s team finished 16th in the 20 team field. The Patriots had a 36-hole total of 648 (320-328). Malone College won the tournament with a 585 total.

  • Social news and events

    BIRTHS

    Hood: It's a girl!

    Taylor Nicole Hood

    Brian and Miranda Hood of Mt. Washington announce the birth of their daughter on Jan. 28, 2009 at 4:48 a.m. at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville.

    Taylor Nicole weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches in length.

    Borders: It's a boy!

    Brayden Christopher Borders

    Dana and Paul Borders of Springfield announce the birth of their son at 11:29 a.m. on March 12, 2009 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville.

  • Unemployment rate up in 2008

    Annual unemployment rates were higher in 110 Kentucky counties in 2008 than in 2007, while 10 counties were lower, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training in the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

    In 2008, five Kentucky counties had an annual jobless rate at or above 10 percent compared to three counties that recorded double-digit rates in 2007.

  • Eagle Scout service project helps neighbor

    The Boy Scout slogan is “Do a good turn daily,” and there couldn’t have been a better day to act upon that slogan than last Saturday. William Hale and a few of his fellow scouts from Troop 429 took advantage of the warm weather to do some landscaping at Cathy Edelen’s home on East High Street as his Eagle Scout project.

    “We’re planting some trees and bushes, plus re-sodding some grass to make the house look nice,” said the 14-year-old Hale.

  • Local church to portray life of Jesus Christ

    For Kyle Claunch and his congregation, serving God comes first, as it should.

    Claunch, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church on Perryville Road, is working with his approximately 75-member church to put on a show that is much larger in scope than the church is in number. Although they are taking on a very large task, Claunch said he and the church members are doing it all to please God.

  • YMCA Soccer

    The Wilderness Trace Family YMCA is looking forward to another great soccer season. The Soccer Clinic showed some success with plenty of new smiling faces. The weather was slightly cold but that didn’t stop the players. Coach Young and Coach Merriman did an excellent job with skills and drills to get the young players geared up for the soccer season. We are all looking forward to starting up the soccer season with plenty of sunny skies and friendly faces. The soccer season will kick off Saturday, April 16. We look forward to seeing everyone there.

  • Ten reasons to make forage first in the rotation

    Provide protein – Legume forages can provide up to 75 percent of the protein needed by lactating dairy cows; corn silage can provide up to 25 percent.

    Provide fiber – Forages are often the only source of fiber in a cow’s diet. Fiber is essential to slow the passage of feed, thereby increasing the amount of nutrients that the cow can absorb from the feed.

    Maximize intake – Forages stimulate cud chewing and rumination, which improve the cow’s appetite.  Some non-forage sources of fiber actually reduce intake.

  • St. Catharine softball hits five-game skid

    SCC Sports Information

    The week started out well enough for Holly Smith’s St. Catharine College softball team. The Patriots split a conference doubleheader at Pikeville on Tuesday and returned home to take the opener of a twin bill against conference foe Lindsey Wilson on Thursday. But they dropped the second game Thursday and then were swept in doubleheaders at Brescia and Campbellsville on Saturday and Sunday.

  • WC tennis unleashes secret weapons

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    As the Washington County tennis team prepared for the 2009 season, coach Steve Schubart knew something was going to be different this year. The team has added what Schubart calls his secret weapons, the brother combo of Cyrus and Darius Moslemi.

    “Cyrus is ranked third in Kentucky and should place high in the regionals and perhaps go to the state tournament,” said Schubart. “Darius is a fifth-grader at North Washington Elementary School.”

  • Enter your 4-H projects

    For the past 100 years in Kentucky, project work has been the backbone of 4-H and it’s “learn by doing” motto. 4-H members have entered their completed projects for county and state fairs, many of which they have later worn, used in the home or in early years, used on the farm.