Today's News

  • Nation’s tallest team visits St. Catharine Friday

    Officially they are known as the Mountain State Cougars. But the NAIA university in Beckley, West Virginia could easily use the San Francisco moniker of Giants – or perhaps they could be the Mountain State Mountains.

  • St. Catharine Baseball Camp is December 18

    The St. Catharine College baseball team will hold a Christmas camp in Lourdes Hall on December 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The camp is for players ages eight through 18.

    Patriot head coach Luther Bramblett, the winningest coach in St. Catharine history with a 331-124 record, and his coaching staff will instruct campers in all fundamentals including hitting, pitching and defense.
    For more details call (859) 336-5082 ext. 1285.

  • WC girls face border rivals


  • Commanders renew rivalries


    After gutting out a tough win against Taylor County and losing to a hot shooting North Bullitt squad, the 1-1 Commanders will test the skills of coaches new to their programs.

  • Lady Cards too much for Commanderettes


    Washington County vs. Taylor County
    Score: 64-39 Taylor County
    When: Tuesday of last week
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: WCHS - Michelle Haydon, Kenya Turner. TCHS - Mercedes Cox, Hope Wigginton, Elizabeth Thomas

  • Commanders top Taylor, fall to North Bullitt


    Washington County vs. North Bullitt
    Score: 78-47 North Bullitt
    When: Saturday
    Where: North Bullitt High School
    Key players: WCHS - Will Purdom, Trae Abell. NBHS - Brandon Goeing, Blake Hardy, Ryan Collins, Alan Crowe

  • Ag Industry Trade Show is Jan. 13-14

    We wanted to share this information with you about the Kentucky Cattlemen Convention and Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association and the Kentucky Horse Council collaborating with each other this year.
    Providing members with a great educational and information experience is what led the leaders of the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association, Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association and the Kentucky Horse Council to decide to join forces for the first Ag Industry Trade Show.

  • Ways to make your holiday baking healthier

    The holiday baking has begun, and what is more tempting than homemade cookies, cakes, pies, hot chocolate, and did I say chocolate?
    Finding reduced-calorie recipes or making one that you already use healthier might take time, but would certainly be a step in the right direction for the family. It could be as easy as changing whole milk to fat-free milk in a recipe.

  • How to care for live Christmas trees

    This is painful for me to admit, but I don’t have a “real” Christmas tree at my house.  I hate fake trees and do so love the smell of fresh-cut greenery during the holiday season but I just haven’t brought myself to spend the money and time cleaning up the mess of a live tree.

  • BIRTH: Hawkins: It's a boy!

    Crystal and Robert Hawkins of Willisburg announce the birth of their son on Sept. 1, 2010 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.
    Isaiah Andrew Hawkins weighed 9 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21 inches in length.
    He was welcomed home by sisters, Abigail, age 9 and Gracie, age 6.
    Maternal grandmother is Betty Hardin of Willisburg.
    Paternal grandparents are Linda and Kenny Peach of Lawrenceburg and Rodney Hawkins of Hustonville.