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Today's News

  • Snake problem found, solved at middle school

    If you ask people what they fear, many will say snakes.  Several staff members at Washington County Middle School will give you the same answer, and with good reason.

    The school has had some uninvited visitors lately as some small snakes have made their way into the school.

    The snakes were discovered recently in the middle school’s resource room, where items such as clothing are stored when donated to the school. That’s how officials believe the snakes entered the school.

  • Alley Pats win Green River Classic

    SCC Sports Information

    It didn’t take long for the St. Catharine College bowling program to make its mark among the state’s teams. Both the Patriot men and women took first place in the Green River Classic bowled in Campbellsville Oct. 10.

    The tournament was just the second for Jim Mohr’s team in the program’s inaugural season.

    The men won by just three pins as Shawn Green was the top bowler in the tournament. Green and Brett Saltsman, who was the tournament’s fifth best bowler, made the all-tournament team.

  • Relay kickoff set for Oct. 31

    Halloween is generally considered the scariest day of the year - well, if you don’t count tax day. The Washington County Relay for Life is using the spooky holiday as the setting to start their 2010 campaign. The group’s annual kick-off rally will be held Oct. 31, from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Washington County Extension Office at 211 Progress Ave. in Springfield. Although trick or treat in Springfield will be the night before, everyone is encouraged to dress in their favorite Halloween costume for the kick-off.

  • Mackville truck and tractor pull cancelled

    The Mackville truck and tractor pull scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17 has been canceled due to weather. For more information on the event, contact Eddie Noel at (859) 262-5104.

  • Tigers top Commanders, 24-14 in district action

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    With both the Washington County Commanders and the Bardstown Tigers sitting at 1-0 in district play, Friday night’s showdown in Bardstown would put give the winner a clear advantage as playoff seeds start to shape up. Although WC matched the Tigers for most of the first half, Bardstown was able to surge ahead for the 24-14 district win to improve to 4-4 on the season and 2-0 in district play.

  • Hamilton earns operating award

    Tony Hamilton, manager of Southern States Cooperative, Inc.-Springfield Service, has won the President’s Operating Excellence Award. Only 46 service managers from Southern States' 23-state territory earned this award, which Hamilton has won eight times since the program’s inception in 1987.

  • Employment office moves to courthouse annex

    There’s good news and bad news for the Washington County Office of Employment and Training. The good news is that they just moved into their new location in the 1816 Courthouse Annex at 111 Cross Main Street in Springfield. The new location will provide additional office space and parking. The bad news is that there is a greater need for it as more and more people find themselves without employment and need help putting together resumes or looking for work.

  • Eagles shut down Commanders, 27-7

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    If there was one member of the Bethlehem Eagles football team that the Washington County Commanders saw enough of last Friday night, it was Casey Robinson.

    It all started as Robinson got the ball on the first play from scrimmage and used all of 13 seconds to put the Eagles on top.

    But the senior Eagles running back wasn’t done for the night. In fact, he scored all four Bethlehem touchdowns as the Eagles went on to top the Commanders 27-7 in Bardstown.

  • County receives $535,000 grant for Communicare

    The Washington County Fiscal Court recently paved the way for a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $535,000 from the Kentucky Department of Local Government. The money will be used to purchase the old Reed's Food Valu supermarket building on Main Street. Once work is completed, the building will become the new home of Washington County Industries, the county's branch of Communicare.

  • Barbeque cookoff competitors enjoy their stay in Springfield

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Staff Writer

    Springfield has seen its share of visitors over the years, but chances are pretty good that none of them smelled as good as some of the customized barbeque rigs that made the town their home this past weekend for the Jim Beam Barbeque Classic.