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Today's News

  • ENGAGEMENT: Kelty-Mitchell

    Lana and Ray Kelty of Springfield announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Suzanne Nicole, to D.J. Mitchell, son of Pam and Stuart Mitchell of Willisburg.
    Kelty is a 2003 graduate of Washington County High School and a graduate of BCTC. She is employed at Flaget Memorial Hospital in Bardstown.
    Mitchell is a 2001 graduate of Washington County High School  and a graduate of BCTC. He is employed at IDT Tools in Frankfort.

  • Turning pla$tic$ into big buck$

     

    Recycling is catching on in Washington County and nothing proves that more than the school recycling contest held last year. In fact, it was so popular, the county is doing it again.

  • SCC women beat Berea; fall to Walsh

     

    Of course every coach will say that their team must “take it one game at a time.” And that coach-talk is something that players may or may not buy into.

  • St. Catharine Alley Pats end first half of season

     

  • Smalley preps a young girls’ squad

     

  • Burkhead’s boys are ready to go

     

  • Osbourne joins Sun news staff

    A new face will soon appear on the pages of The Springfield Sun as Lebanon native Jesse Osbourne joins the staff as the paper’s new sports and news writer and photographer.

    Osbourne, 28, is a 2006 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a bachelor of arts degree in photojournalism and a minor in English.
    Most recently, he has served as sports writer and photographer for The Lebanon Enterprise in Marion County since October 2008. Prior to returning to Lebanon, Osbourne spent time working at Highlands Today in Sebring, Fla., as well as The Danville Advocate-Messenger in Danville, Ky.

  • School district now using Facebook

    In an effort to stay in contact with students and parents, the Washington County School District is joining the world of social networking.

    Dawn Pettus, community education director for the district, has announced that the school system has a presence on the popular social networking Web site, Facebook.
    Pettus said the site is being used to find even more ways to be in touch with the students, parents, and even faculty of the school system.
    “It’s just another way to get information out there,” Pettus said. “We have a goal of 500 fans for the page by the end of the year.”

  • Thankful to serve

     

    When we sit down with our families at Thanksgiving and think of things for which we should be thankful, we should not forget people like Zack Parrish.

  • Who'll put out the fires?

    If the Washington County Fire Protection Association sticks to its plans, you can forget about the group’s long-discussed plans of building a new fire station, because it won’t be needed. As of Dec. 31, the association will cease to exist, and so will the valuable services offered to many Washington Countians.

    In a letter delivered to The Springfield Sun on Thursday, Nov. 18, the WCFPA announced that it will no longer provide fire coverage, and directed that responsibility to the Washington County Fiscal Court and Judge-Executive John Settles.