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Today's News

  • Two-car injury collision on KY 55


    According to a news release from Kentucky State Police (KSP), Trooper Jonathan Houk investigated a collision that occurred at noon one-mile south of  Springfield on KY 55 at the intersection of KY 528. 

  • Bischoffs celebrate 50th anniversary


    Roger Bischoff and Suanna Wohner were married on Dec. 8, 1961 at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville.

    Roger retired from Ford Motor Company after 32 years of service and Sue is currently employed by Avis.
    They have three children, Robert, Ronald and Christopher; six grandchildren, Joshua, Jarred, Wes, Rebecca, Brittney and Lindsey; and one great-grandchild, Clair Marea.
    A celebration in their honor was held Dec. 3 by family and friends at Green Acres Baptist Church.

  • BIRTH - Abell: It’s a boy!


    Tracy and Leonard Abell of Springfield announce the birth of their son on Oct. 9, 2011 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.

    Keaton Michael Abell weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19.5 inches in length.
    He was welcomed home by a sister, Raegan, age 6 and a brother, Camden, age 4.
    Maternal grandparents are Mike and Connie Colvin of Springfield.
    Paternal grandparents are Kathleen Abell of Springfield and the late Dickie Abell.

  • BIRTH - Railley: It’s a boy!


    Becky Blaine and Travis Railley of Lebanon announce the birth of their son on Nov. 19, 2011 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.

    Braylon Malik Railley weighed 5 pounds, 9.5 ounces and was 18 inches in length.
    Maternal grandparents are Bonnie and Gary Royalty of Springfield, and the late Douglas Blaine.
    Paternal grandparents are Gerald and Nellie Railley of Lebanon.

  • SCC and city partner for holiday cheer


    Students from St. Catharine College were in the holiday spirit this past weekend. For the third year, Dr. Dave Donathan’s Senior Seminar class partnered with Springfield Main Street Renaissance to help with the Heart of Kentucky Holiday Festival, a joint seasonal celebration between Springfield and Lebanon.

  • News briefs for 12-07


    ONGOING EVENTS


    WC Heartland Youth Coalition

    The Washington County Heartland Youth Coalition RISE Youth are collecting items for the residents of the Springfield Nursing and Rehab Home and the residents of Sansbury Nursing Facility.

  • PHOTO: A band of horses in the Bluegrass
  • Local family wins Outstanding Young Farm Family award


    Michael and Nora McCain of Washington County were honored as Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) 2011 “Outstanding Young Farm Family” during the organization’s 92nd annual meeting in Louisville.

    KFB annually awards this distinction to a couple under age 35 who has exhibited the strongest farm management skills, most consistent financial growth and highest level of involvement in both Farm Bureau and their community.

  • Central Kentucky Community Theatre to attend governor’s inauguration


    The Central Kentucky Community Theatre hasn’t stopped growing since it was opened by Scott and Jan Fattizzi in 2005. Now, members of the theatre have been invited to attend Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear’s inauguration ceremony on Dec. 13 in Frankfort.

    Scott Fattizzi said the invitation is likely the result of positive feedback from theatre guests reaching the governor, as well as a visit from Beshear himself.

  • Three arrested for assaulting a court witness


    All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

    According to a press release, Springfield City Police arrested three suspects for assault, tampering with a witness, evading police and theft by unlawful taking on Nov. 27 at Domus Court in Springfield.
    Mitchell Hughes, 29, Myron Dawson, 29, and Anthony Thompson, 28, all of Springfield, were arrested and charged with second-degree assault, tampering with a witness, second-degree fleeing and evading police and theft by unlawful taking.