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Today's News

  • Singletary arrested for stealing mail

    The Washington County Post Office will be returning 463 pieces of stolen mail to the rightful owners after an arrest was made last week. According to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Dennis Ray Singletary Jr., 47, of Springfield, was arrested Friday and charged with theft of mail matters.

  • 2/21/18 Briefs

    Ongoing

    Preschool Applications

    Preschool application packets for the 2018-2019 school year are now available in hard copy at the Washington County Board of Education office and online at www.washington.kyschools.us on the home page. If you have questions about the preschool application process, contact Jill Settles at (859) 336-5470 x 2207.

    Volunteers Needed

    Volunteers are needed at the Lincoln Legacy Museum. If you have any free time, even a couple of hours would be greatly appreciated. Call Lena at (859) 336-3232.

     

  • District looks to improve attendance

    Schools in Washington County have some of the highest attendance numbers in the state, but the district is looking to boost them up even more.

    According to Chad Willis, director of pupil personnel, the district is one of the top 5 in the commonwealth for attendance, but he’d like to get those numbers higher after a recent flu outbreak.

    “We want to highlight ways that we can improve attendance,” Willis said.

  • Tingle arraigned Monday

    Washington County Fiscal Court magistrate Terry Tingle pleaded not guilty when he was arraigned in court Monday afternoon.

    The long-serving magistrate was accused of three misdemeanor charges in December 2017. Those charges are reckless driving, fleeing or evading police, and resisting arrest.

  • Celebrating Black History Month

     

    Washington County native Chad Newby says he’s always had a desire to help others. Now, as an executive director of operations for ResCare Residential Services, Newby is in a position where he can provide assistance to a population in need.

    Newby, who now works in Louisville, grew up in Springfield and graduated from Washington County High School before attending St. Catharine College. Throughout that time, he credits basketball for helping provide an outlet.

  • Commanderettes pick up wins as season winds down

    A 72-55 win over Whitefield Academy provided a bright spot for a Commanderettes team that has struggled to find results in its last few games.

    After defeating Marion County by a score of 51-48 at home early in January, the Lady Knights got their revenge in a 55-40 win over Washington County on Feb. 6. That loss was compounded by another loss later that week, 53-36, against Campbellsville.

  • Commanders' streak grows

    It was three games and three wins last week for the Commanders as they rumble down the final stretch of the regular season and toward the district tournament.

  • 2/14/18 Briefs

    Ongoing

    Preschool Application

    Preschool application packets for the 2018-19 school year are now available in hard copy at the Washington County Board of Education office and online at www.washington.kyschools.us on the home page. If you have questions about the preschool application process, contact Jill Settles at (859) 336-5470 x 2207.

    Volunteers Needed

    Volunteers are needed at the Lincoln Legacy Museum. If you have any free time, even a couple of hours would be greatly appreciated. Call Lena at (859) 336-3232.

     

  • Kellys to appear on 'WoodSongs'

    On Jan. 22, a Springfield quartet shared the stage with a 14-time Grammy Award winner in a live performance that was broadcast on more than 500 radio stations around the world to places as far away as Sydney, Australia, and Seoul, South Korea. An impressive feat when three of the band’s performers have an average age of about 14.

  • Boys get district win at Thomas Nelson

    Zack Peñalva

    Sports Writer

    A long layoff for the Commanders after their loss in the finals of the All ‘A’ Classic provided some time for the team to reset themselves ahead of the final stretch of their regular season schedule. Over the last week, Washington County picked up one decisive win 64-53 against Cumberland County and another against district foe Thomas Nelson. Bookending those wins are a 9-point loss to Campbellsville and a 5-point loss to Henry County.