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Today's News

  • Volleyball Patriots fall in conference opener


    Adam Stevenson’s volleyball team dropped the opening match game of the Mid-South Conference when they fell 3-0 Wednesday at Georgetown.

    The Patriots took a 10-1 slate into the contest while the Tigers, ranked 22nd nationally in the pre-season, had a 1-6 ledger entering the conference opener.
    But the Tigers took control from the outset as they sprinted to 4-0 leads in each of the first two sets. They turned set one into a 25-15 win, and won the second set 25-14.

  • Third-ranked Lindsey Wilson tops SCC women 6-0


    The Lindsey Wilson College women’s soccer team entered Saturday’s game against St. Catharine with a lofty NAIA ranking of third in the nation.

    The Blue Raiders played like a nationally prominent team as they beat Paul Patton’s Patriots 6-0.
    Lindsey Wilson (3-0-1) scored three times in each half in the game played at Marion County High School. The loss, in the conference opener for both teams, left the Patriots with a record of 1-2.

  • Knights blank Patriot men’s soccer team 5-0


    The Marion University Knights hosted St. Catharine in soccer Saturday, putting a 4-0 record on the line, also pitching a season shutout.

    The Indianapolis school stayed perfect in both areas as they posted a 5-0 win over Tim Wolz’ team.
    The Knights scored 29 minutes into the game, but that was the only goal they could muster in the first half as the score was 1-0 at the break.
    But just four minutes into the second period, Marian scored as Jeff Seelig slid a shot just inside the right post from 30-yards out.

  • Commanderettes win four of five at Slam Jam


    Over the weekend, Washington County High School volleyball team traveled to LaRue County to play in the Abraham Slam Jam.

    It turned out to be a great weekend, as the Commanderettes (6-8)won four of five matches at the tournament.

  • Commanders set for Marion on Friday


    Last season, Washington County left John J. Boswell Stadium as a 3-0 winner over Marion County in a defensive thriller.

    This season, the Commanders (2-1) hope to add another win in their long-time rivalry with Marion County (2-2).
    Commanders head coach Eric Sagrecy expects another close one this season.
    “I think we’re two evenly matched teams,” he said. “I don’t think one is a whole lot better than the other, so I think it will be a good football game.”

  • WCHS golfers compete at All “A” state tournament


    After a foggy start, members of the Washington County High School boys’ and girls’ golf teams enjoyed a perfect day at Silos Country Club in Paducah.

    In girls’ action, Amanda Cox shot an 88 to finish tied for 29th out of 92 golfers from small schools across the state.
    Emily Cox, Amanda’s sister, finished with a 94, good enough to finish 45th out of 92 golfers.
    Cassidy Scantland of Green County won the girls’ individual title with a 68.
    Green County won the girls’ team title with a 306.

  • Kalarama members inducted into horse show Hall of Fame


    Kalarama Farm and Kalarama Stud are always well-represented at the Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show, but this year was a little more special.

    Joan Hamilton, owner and in charge of the breeding division at Kalarama, and Larry Hodge, trainer at Kalarama, were inducted into the hall of fame.
    Hamilton found out about the honor while driving through South Africa. She received a phone call from one of the state fair board of directors.
    She said she was shocked by the honor.

  • News briefs


    ONGOING EVENTS
    WCHS SBDM nominations
    The WCHS SBDM Council will be taking nominations for a SBDM Parent Representative. Please contact Joey Spalding at 481-1585 or Paul Terrell at 336-5475 if you are interested. Nominations will be accepted until 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011.

    Wednesday, Sept. 14
    Water and Sewer Commission

  • Chiropractor’s challenge helps support shelter


    Dr. Dennis Short, a Lebanon chiropractor, knew that he wanted to donate a portion of his money to a non-profit organization in town.

    He just didn’t know where.
    “I wanted to give local because I can see the benefits of it,” he said. “So I started asking around. I wanted to do something. But what is it?”
    Short’s answer came from Jane Higdon of Lebanon, who suggested The Caring Place to him.
    Higdon learned about The Caring Place through an article published in December.

  • Bourbon Chase still looking for volunteers


    The Bourbon Chase, a 200-mile relay race across Kentucky, will be passing through town again on October 7-8.