Today's News

  • Resourceful, aren’t they?

    At some point, we’ve all had to learn a skill.

    If you’re a student, you’ve had to learn how to write an essay or how to solve a math equation.
    If you’re in the work force, you’ve had to learn skills for your job.
    In my job, I had to learn how to take pictures and write (hopefully) compelling news and sports stories.
    I was lucky enough to attend school to learn these skills from some of the finest professionals around the country, with some of the best equipment.

  • Tennis teams bounce back

    After a slow start, the Washington County boys’ and girls’ tennis teams have bounced back.
    “Last week was our best yet,” head coach Aaron Dugger said.

    The girls swept Adair County 5-0 on Thursday at Idle Hour Park, as they hosted their first meet of the season.
    Three of those five matches were won via forfeit, because Adair was able to bring only three players.
    In first doubles, Tiffany Graves and Erica Walker won 8-5 in an eight-game pro set.

  • Commanders rally, lose late

    Washington County vs. Christian Academy of Louisville
    5-4 Christian Academy
    When: Thursday, April 14
    Where: Christian Academy
    Game highlights: The Commanders (10-4) came from behind to tie the game at 4-4 in the top of the seventh inning, but Christian Academy (14-5) responded for the win.
    “We came back, fought, didn’t get it done, but played competitively against a good team,” head coach Derek Schuler said.  

  • Commanderettes start sluggish, fall to Adair

    Washington County vs. Adair County
    12-0 Adair County
    When: Thursday, April 14
    Where: Adair County

    Game highlights: With a 13-day lay off, the Commanderettes (5-3) were a little rusty against Adair County (6-5) last week.

  • Track team makes it without ‘luxury’ of facilities

    Last season, Washington County High School sent track athletes to the state meet for the first time in at least five years.
    Impressive, right?

    Add to the equation that those athletes, like all the other county track athletes before them, did it without the ‘luxury’ of proper facilities, and then their feat seems highly improbable.
    As  many athletics enthusiasts in the county know, it’s always been this way at Washington County High School.

  • Farm forum to be held at extension office

    I want to make sure you all are aware of a program we are having at our office that will be very beneficial to you.  
    The Kentucky State Police is partnering with the University of Kentucky along with the Washington County Extension Office to provide a “Farmer Outreach” forum that will forge enhanced relationship between law enforcement and the agricultural community.

  • Take care of that mole problem

  • Youth Fair is April 29-30; other dates to remember

    For over 100 years in Kentucky, project work has been the backbone of 4-H and it’s “learn by doing” motto. By using their hands and imagination to create and complete projects, children develop and learn life skills.  

  • BIRTH: Bartley: It's a girl!

    Stacy and Timmy Bartley of Springfield announce the birth of their daughter on March 11, 2011 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.
    Kaylen Reese weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19.5 inches in length.
    She was welcomed home by Addilyn Grace, age 2 1/2.
    Maternal grandparents are Melody and David Mays of Lebanon.
    Paternal grandparents are Janice and Jerry Bartley of Springfield.

  • Autism walk moved to River of Life Saturday