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Today's News

  • Hilton leaves Bell County

    Kentucky high school football coaching legend and Springfield native Dudley Hilton recently decided it was time to make a career move.
    Hilton, after 36 years as a high school football head coach, announced on Wednesday of last week that he would become the head coach at Pikeville College.
    “Paul Patton is my new boss,” Hilton said of the former governor, who is currently serving as the president of Pikeville College.

  • WC looks for a win

    After losing to Marion County 74-38 on Friday, the Washington County Commanderettes are looking for a win to put in their Christmas stocking.
    Washington County (0-3) will have another chance at a ‘W’ when 19th District rival Bethlehem (0-3) rolls into town on Friday.
    The Commanderettes and the Banshees tip off a boy / girl doubleheader at 7:30 p.m. Homecoming festivities will take place between games.
    Bethlehem’s roster is thin this season, with only nine players suiting up. Of those nine players, only one is a senior.

  • Homecoming & Holidays

    It’s a holiday homecoming for the Commanders.

  • Brockman too much for Commanders

    Washington County vs. Marion County
    Score: 52-30 Marion County
    When: Friday
    Where: Roby Dome in Lebanon
    Key players: WCHS - Will Purdom. MCHS - Josh Brockman, Carlos Litsey

  • Commanderettes come to play

    Washington County vs. Marion County
    Score: 74-38 Marion County
    When: Friday
    Where: Roby Dome in Lebanon
    Key players: WCHS - Shay Yocum, Kenya Turner, Kayla Edelen. MCHS - Makayla Epps, Bre Elder, Logan Powell

  • Feed costs expected to increase

    We have had several questions about the future of feed costs and meat production so we thought would share this article from Dr. Lee Meyer, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.

  • Hold the salt! Be careful when applying de-icer

    With the recent cold and snowy weather, it is time to discuss protecting landscapes from unintentional harm.  If you like to put salt and deicer on your sidewalks, drives, and steps, you must take care not to damage valuable landscape plants.  Generally, physical removal of ice and snow is better for the landscape as long as you don’t pile it on your plants.  However, many people aren’t physically able to shovel snow and ice.  In this case, chemicals are needed to keep walkways safe.

  • BIRTH: Harris: It's a girl!

    Patricia Harris and Wayne Harris of Elkhorn announce the birth of their daughter on Nov. 23, 2010 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.
    Katherine Alice Harris weighed 4 pounds, 7 ounces and was 17.5 inches in length.
    She was welcomed home by a sister, Gabrielle England, age 8.
    Maternal grandparents are Joe Mayberry and Kathy Thompson of Wisconsin.
    Paternal grandparents are Barbra and Bobby Curry of Campbellsville, and the late Martin Harris.

  • WEDDING: Isham, Brown exchange vows

    Barbara “Barbie” Daye Isham and Michael “Mike” Wayne Brown were wed on March 20, 2010 at New Harmony Baptist Church in Mackville.
    She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Tammy Isham of Mackville.
    He is the son of Mike and Melissa Brown and Paula Brown of Harrodsburg.
    Bro. Barry officiated.
    The maid of honor was Ashley Hagan of Mackville. Bridesmaids were Lyndi Hagan of Campbellsville, Lisa Harrison of Burgin and Robin Jones of Harrodsburg. Serving as flower girls were RaiLee Hagan and MicKinley Jones.

  • No school Tuesday, Dec. 14

    Due to inclement weather, Washington County Schools will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 14.

    For updates on further closings, look to www.readthesun.com.