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Today's News

  • Springfield scares up some Halloween fun

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Staff Writer

    Ghosts, ghouls and goblins of all sizes took to the streets of Springfield last Friday looking for a few victims. Not to worry though, because these creatures of the night were just local kids dressed in their spook-tacular costumes and the victims most likely got away by giving away treats.

  • From Left Field

    When the going gets tough

    I’ve heard a lot of conversation during this football season about the Washington County Commanders. A lot of it is positive and supportive, but I’ve also seen and heard a lot of complaining about the coaches and sometimes about the players themselves.

  • 4-H to sponsor Kids Back Pack program again

    It is a known fact that children who suffer from food insecurity do not perform well academically, display unacceptable behavior and have poor attendance due to illness or unexcused reasons.

  • Commander band to march in state competition Saturday

    The Washington County High School Marching Commander Band will perform in state semi-final competition Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Pleasure Ridge Park High School in Louisville. If they advance to state finals, the band will perform at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville. The state finals are set to begin at 6 p.m. and doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets are available on site.

  • McCain elected President...according to WCHS students

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Staff Writer

    John McCain will be elected the 44th President of the United States and Sarah Palin will be the first female Vice President - that's if the students at Washington County High School have anything to say about it.

  • 4-H Young Riders Fun Fair Show results announced

    The Washington County Young Riders 4-H Fun Fair Show was held at the Willisbur Community Park on Oct. 5. Here are the results:

    Class 1 - Ride-A-Buck, entries - 9

    First - Brandon Wells

    Second - Abby Murphy

    Third - Gail Cook

    Fourth - Brittany Knight

    Fifth - Isaac Milburn

    Sixth - Mac Strickland

    Class 2 - Egg & Spoon, entries - 19

    First - Abby Murphy

    Second - Megan Stine

    Third - Brittany Knight

    Fourth - Lauren Chesser

    Fifth - Samantha Ross

  • Conference is call to action against invasive species

    The Invasive Species Conference, the first statewide conference to focus on the threat to the state from invasive plants, pathogens and insects, will be Dec. 12 and 13 in Lexington.

  • High input costs, low commodity prices push wheat acreage down

    The state’s winter wheat acreage likely will decrease this year because of high input costs and lower commodity prices, said specialists with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.

    While no official estimates are available yet on how many acres will not be planted, UK Extension Grain Crops Specialist Chad Lee said some producers are saving their wheat seed and opting to plant full-season soybeans in the spring.

  • Local candidates meet for political TV forum

    With the election just days away, some local candidates got together Thursday evening to discuss issues concerning the Washington County Board of Education and Springfield City Council and answer questions about how they would handle challenges facing the offices they seek. The political forum was hosted live on Channel 6 TV in Lebanon, and viewers had the opportunity to submit questions by phone or e-mail.

  • Springfield Trick-or-Treat on Main Street

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Staff Writer

    Get ready Springfield, because downtown will become one frightfully fun place as little ghosts and goblins take to the streets for Trick-or-Treat on Main Street. The festivities begin this Friday from 4-5 p.m.. The event is for children 12 and under.

    The Springfield Police Department will sponsor a costume contest for the kids at the Farmers Market at 5 p.m. There will also be be other contests and games for kids 12 and under.