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Today's News

  • 4/12/17 Briefs

    Farmers Market

    The city of Springfield is seeking vendors for the Farmers Market for the upcoming season.  Applications to register with details are available at City Hall, 127 West Main Street, or by emailing springfieldcity1@gmail.com.  Market opens then end of May and runs through October for Saturday mornings and Wednesday afternoons.  Direct inquiries to city hall at (859) 336-5440. 

     

    Kindergarten Registration

  • Taking stock

    “For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?”

    Jesus Christ

    Of all the Christian holidays, the greatest is Easter.  

    The rising of Jesus Christ from the dead is the bedrock of everything that we have faith in.

    It’s a good time to take stock of your life and think about the future.

    I’ve lived a lot more years than I have left to go and I find that my biggest weakness in life has been becoming wrapped up in the things of this world.

  • Forget the Frock benefits children in Africa

    With Easter just around the corner, the yearly ritual of finding the right formal outfit begins. Not everyone has the same idea for church attire, however. One local pastor encourages T-shirts to be worn on Easter Sunday for the cause of helping sick, hungry and orphaned children overseas.

  • County saves on truck sales

    The Washington County Fiscal Court heard some good news Monday morning when it received an update from the auction company that sold its Mack trucks. 

    Instead of paying $500 to clean up each truck sold, the court was told it only had to pay $520 to clean up both vehicles.   

    The cost savings means the county paid $2,444 dollars for one year’s use of two Mack trucks with full warranties. Washington County sold both trucks for $296,000 in March. 

  • Green Festival continues to grow

    The city of Springfield will soon be hosting its fourth annual Springfield Green Festival on Saturday, April 29, at the Farmers Market Pavilion. It’s an event meant to entertain and educate people on how to care for their environment.

  • Boone deported to U.S.

    John Robert “Johnny” Boone, the former leader of the Cornbread Mafia, was deported from Canada to the United States and appeared in a federal courtroom last week. 

    A spokesperson from the clerk’s office at the U.S. District Court of Vermont said Boone went before a judge April 5, and paperwork was signed to transport him back to Kentucky. 

    Magistrate Judge John M. Conroy signed a document saying Boone must appear in the Western District of Kentucky, which is in Louisville. 

  • Weather Alert

    The National Weather Service has announced a tornado watch for Washington County until 10 p.m. tonight. Damaging winds and hail are possible. 

  • 4-H Talk-Meet hosted at St. Dominic School

    It’s that time of year again!  The 4-H Talk Meet began March 28 at St Dominic Elementary.  Many wonderful speeches were presented this year.  Keep an eye on the 4-H news column for additional schools and their results in the weeks ahead.  

     

    St Dominic Results

    4th Grade

  • How you can help combat child abuse
  • 4/5/2017 Club news

    Mackville Boosters

    Today was potluck. Forty-three gathered to enjoy a great meal. 

    Betty Jean Chesser was a first-time visitor. I think she had a good time. We hope she comes again real soon. 

    Those mentioned with health concerns were John Milton Jr., Johnny Harmon, Kenneth Riley, Sammy Lambert, Paul Coulter, Ralph Coulter, Joyce Powell, Johnny Curtis, Jack Harmon, Karen Anderson, Clifton Wheatley, Mary Chesser, Bobby Chesser and Aaron Stamper.