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Today's News

  • SCC's suit against DOE dismissed

    The court-appointed receiver for the Saint Catharine College lawsuit with Huntington Bank filed a report to the U.S. District Court that there are no funds available to pay 56 vendors the $355,600 they claim is owed.

    According to the report, “Upon the receiver’s arrival, SCC did not have an updated, accurate accounts payable aging.”

  • Pennington's defense seeks evidence from the commonwealth

    Just four days after Crystal Warner’s remains were laid to rest, the man accused of killing her and her boyfriend, Robert Jones, appeared in district court where his defense asked for evidence they say wasn’t received.

  • Commanders fall to Kentucky Country Day

    The Washington County Commanders traveled to Louisville Saturday, May 13, to battle Kentucky Country Day. The game quickly got away from the Commanders in the second inning, and they couldn’t recover, suffering an 11-0 loss.

    “KCD is a good team,” said Commander head coach Adam Blair. “They got away from us early.”

    After allowing an early run in the first inning, KCD scored seven runs in the second to put the game out of reach for the Commanders.

  • SCC coach, players find success at Midway

    When St. Catharine College closed its doors in June 2016, SCC baseball coach Luther Bramblett was left with many questions. He, along with the student-athletes he coached and mentored, faced uncertain futures as a result of the closing.

    “It was a difficult time,” said Bramblett, who spent 15 years as the head baseball coach at St. Catharine.

  • Warner laid to rest

    Crystal Warner, the woman who was slain along with her boyfriend, Robert Jones, in Washington County last year, was finally laid to rest over the weekend.

    The Florence woman was buried at Willisburg Saturday afternoon, and for her mother, Mary Reeve, putting her daughter to rest is a good step in the healing process.

    “(I’m) definitely ready to put her to rest and try to pick up our life again and maybe go back to a little normalcy,” Reeve said.

  • Multi-county pursuit ends in Springfield

    A car chase that began in Taylor County Sunday morning ended in Springfield when a Columbia man was shot with a Taser by Kentucky State Police.

    According to Mark Marraccini of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, the pursuit, which reached speeds of 85 miles per hour, began when Sgt. Travis Neal from Fish and Wildlife approached a parked vehicle in the Green River Wildlife Management Area in Taylor County.

    Mark Anthony Mattingly, 38, of Columbia, was found inside the vehicle, and because of outstanding warrants, an arrest attempt was made.

  • Boone survey results

    The majority of the people who responded to The Springfield Sun’s survey have said they want to see Johnny Boone go free.

    People from Washington County and beyond placed their votes, with 73.12 percent of the people saying he should go free. The remaining 26.88 percent of those surveyed have said they would like to see Boone go to trial for his alleged crimes.

  • A new shade of blue

    Eddie and Cheryl Young have been farming in Washington County for more than 30 years, but for the last five, they’ve been trying something new – blueberries.  

    The couple, who got their start farming tobacco and cattle, moved into blueberry production for a number of reasons; but the biggest reason is because it’s a crop they can stand behind.

  • Walk on Washington enters third year

     

    Walk on Washington is back for its third year, and its mission is still the same; promoting activity tailored to everyone’s individual needs.

    According to the event’s organizer, Cabrina Buckman, the program is meant to encourage everyone to get physically active.

    “Many people find it as a friendly form of exercise,” she said. “It’s not too intimidating, and there are many ways to customize it in the way you like to exercise.”

  • Commanderettes defeat Thomas Nelson 12-2

    The Washington County Commanderettes played a close game against Thomas Nelson Monday, but a strong sixth inning helped the team win 12-2. Being up only two runs after the second inning, the Commanderette defense held the visitors scoreless the rest of the way.

    “I’m very pleased with how well our team performed,” said head coach Christy Baker.