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Today's News

  • Beef cattle numbers decline

    In late January, USDA released their annual Cattle Inventory report, which estimated the size of the US cowherd. As expected, beef herd liquidation continued during 2010 despite the stronger fall markets. US beef cow numbers fell by 1.6 percent, which was largely consistent with pre-report estimates. The number of heifers held for beef replacements may have been the biggest surprise of the report, falling by about 5 percent. With fewer cows and less heifer development, the 2011 calf crop will clearly be smaller than 2010.

  • BIRTH: Bartley: It's a boy!

    Eric and Kristen Bartley of Lebanon announce the birth of their son at 12:24 p.m. March 25, 2011 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.
    Joseph  “Brayden” Bartley weighed 10 pounds, 3 ounces and was 23 inches in length.
    He was welcomed home by a brother, Jonathan Bartley, age 4.
    Maternal grandparents are Benny and Phyllis Humphress of Campbellsville.
    Paternal grandparents are Lisa Bartley, Wayne and Melissa Bartley, and Jimmy and Kim Lanham.
    Great-grandparents are Jim and Margaret Cocanougher.

  • BIRTH: Scott:It's a girl!

    Julie and Terry Keith Scott of Willisburg announce the birth of their daughter at St. Joseph’s East Hospital in Lexington on Jan. 29, 2011.
    Isabella Rose weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19.5 inches in length.
    She was welcomed home by her brothers, Andrew, Daniel and Samuel.
    Maternal grandparents are Harry Shouse of Lawrenceburg and Rosanna Yeager of Lexington.
    Paternal grandparents are Terry and Donna Scott of Willisburg.

  • WEDDING: Walter, Barr

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walter of Dry Ridge, Ky., announce the marriage of their daughter, Whitney Tate Walter, to John Caleb Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Barr of Versailles, Ky.
    He is the grandson of Nancy Barr Goatley and the late Dr. Jack L. Barr, D.M.D.
    The wedding was held at Williamstown Christian Church in Williamstown, Ky., on Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010, at 3:30 p.m. The reception followed at Talon Winery in Lexington.

  • Lincoln men’s golf club kicks off season with membership drive


    The Lincoln men’s golf club is opening the season with a membership drive during a pick-up Calcutta scramble.

    The tournament is open to all members and potential members. The tournament will tee off on April 9 at 1 p.m.
    There will be no membership charge to play in this tournament. Green fees will be charged at the twilight  rate.
    Participants are encouraged to sign up at the pro shop before 12:30 p.m. Teams will be drawn at 12:30 p.m. The auction will start soon after, with a 50/30/20 split.

  • This week in sports


    Softball, baseball and tennis at the high school level will squeeze in a few games and matches this week, as they prepare for the spring break layoff.

    On Wednesday, the St. Catharine College baseball team plays host to Union at 3 p.m. at home.
    Thursday is a busy day, as the SCC softball team hosts Midway at 2 p.m. at home.
    The Washington County High School softball team hits the road, taking on Bardstown in a district matchup at 5:30 p.m. in Bardstown.

  • Sports briefs

    Ongoing

    2011 Lincoln men’s golf club tournament schedule

    April 16 - Stag Scramble dinner - 6:30 p.m. at the Old Club House
    April 17 - Stag Scramble tournament - 1 p.m. tee off
    May 15 - Four-man best ball (ABCD) - 1p.m. tee off
    May 22 - String tournament - 1 p.m. tee off
    June 12 - Red, White and Blue tournament - 3 p.m. tee off
    June 25 - Glow ball tournament - 9 holes, 3 p.m. tee off, dinner and 9 holes glow golf
    July 10 - Flag tournament - 3 p.m. tee off

  • Bat Pats split conference series at Lindsey Wilson; 4-2 for the week


    After two mid-week games in which they scored 28 runs, the St. Catharine College baseball team’s bats went as cold as the weather at Mid-South Conference rival Lindsey Wilson over the weekend.

  • SCC softball gains “Mo” with three straight wins


    The week didn’t start well for Holly Smith’s St. Catharine College softball team. The Patriots were swept Tuesday in a Mid-South Conference doubleheader at Shawnee State. They then lost the opener of Saturday’s twin bill at home against MSC rival West Virginia Tech.

    But then the hits just kept coming as they beat West Virginia Tech in Saturday’s second game and swept a doubleheader Sunday against visiting Oakland City University. In those final three games the Patriots scored 45 runs.

  • Check the water


    Someone check the water, there must be something in it.

    It appears that coaches who drink the local water are enjoying remarkable success.
    Donnie Tyndall, now the head men’s basketball coach at Morehead State University, pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the NCAA tournament when the Eagles beat Louisville in the opening round (the real first round, not the “second round”).
    Tyndall served as the head coach at St. Catharine during the 1996-97 season.