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Today's News

  • Fowler arrested on domestic assault charges

    According to a report filed by Ofc. Tony Golden of the Springfield Police Department, Bruce L. Fowler, of 110 Domus Ct., was arrested on July 14 and charged with second-degree assault following an incident at the residence.

    Golden noted in his report that a call was received in reference to domestic violence just after midnight, but that the alleged victim, Andrea L. Gayheart, had already left the scene by the time the officer arrived.

  • Summer of opportunity for Erika Weir

    Erika Weir has had a busy summer.

    The morning after being named Distinguished Young Woman for Washington County—something she had dreamed of winning since she was “a little girl” — she was being rushed off to her designated Governor’s Scholar Program destination at Morehead State University.

  • Architects address school

    Representatives from Ross Tarrant Architects were on hand at last Monday’s Washington County School Board meeting, and discussions about the progress made in construction of the new high school was at the forefront of talks.

    Leonard Bowers of Ross Tarrant informed the board that a “lot of progress has been made” since school officials last met with the architects on-site, and that many of the issues that the board had concerns about are being taken care of.

  • Festival season in Springfield

    The City of Springfield’s African-American Heritage has grown into one of the city’s best festivals.  This year — the 11th since the festival began — the event will be held at Court Square in downtown Springfield on Friday starting at 6 p.m.

  • PHOTOS: Zombies invade Springfield
  • Fliers came from out-of-state source

    Update provided by The Kentucky Standard

     

    Forrest Berkshire
    Landmark News Service

    Residents in northern Washington County awoke recently to find recruiting materials for the Ku Klux Klan in their yards.

  • Blake Hoppes sign-ups

    Registration for the Blake Hoppes Youth Football League will be held July 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and July 27 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

    All three days will be at the Washington County High School football weight room.

    The registration fee will need to be paid at this time as well.

    This league is for any interested players in kindergarten through sixth grade in Washington County.

    Home and away games will be played against Marion and Boyle County teams on Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Youth soccer registration in Marion County

    Marion County Youth Soccer Association will be taking fall soccer signups on July 26 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Graham Memorial Park Soccer Complex concession stand on Fairground Road in Lebanon.

    The registration deadline is Aug. 2.

    Forms can also be printed from their website http://www.mcys.webs.com/, with the completed application form signed by a notary, registration fee and medical release form mailed to: Marion County Youth Soccer Attn: Matt Mattingly, PO Box 840, Lebanon, KY 40033

  • SCC athletics stay busy with recent signings

     

    Emmalee Fleener
    Before the 2014 volleyball season has even seen its first kill, the St. Catharine Patriots have received their first commitment for 2015.

    Emmalee Fleener, a 5-foot-7-inch defensive specialist/libero from Louisville, has committed to be a part of the St. Catharine College volleyball program.

    Fleener began club volleyball at age 8 as an outside hitter/defensive specialist.

  • Turning David into Goliath

    It all started because the cows went dry.

    Or that’s how Dudley Hilton tells the tale of how he got into coaching, at least.

    He was working at Armour Food, Co. in Springfield when he got laid off, enabling him to go to St. Catharine College to get a degree so he could coach and teach.