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Today's News

  • Mid-South women’s basketball tournament

    Mid-South Conference officials announced the 2015 MSC Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket today following Saturday’s regular season finales.

    The conference tournament begins on Thursday, March 5, with four quarterfinal games at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The tournament continues on Saturday with the semifinals and concludes on Sunday with the championship game.

    MSC regular season champion and No. 1-seed Campbellsville (27-2) and eighth-seeded St. Catharine (10-20) opens the tournament at 2 p.m. EDT on Thursday.

  • Mid-South men’s basketball tournament

    Mid-South Conference officials announced the 2015 MSC Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket following Saturday’s regular season finales.

    The conference tournament begins on Thursday, March 5, with a first-round game at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The tournament continues on Friday with four quarterfinals games with the semifinals slated for Saturday night. The championship game is scheduled for 4 p.m. EDT on Sunday.

  • Murphy’s three lifts Patriots over Georgetown

    Matt Taylor’s St. Catharine Patriot squad has had an up-and-down season, but on Thursday night, they played their best when their backs were against the wall. After being decimated by injuries they picked up an upset victory over No. 7 Georgetown College 71-68 in front of a packed house at Lourdes Hall.

  • Accuracy improves for WC archers

    The Washington County High School archery team traveled to Boyle County last weekend to compete in the Boyle County Rebel Classic. The tournament was hosted on Feb. 29.

    “I think they’ve done real well,” archery head coach Jeff Grigsby said after the team took aim.

    “I think most of them probably got the best scores they’ve shot all year.”

    In fact, junior archer Hannah Simpson took the lead for the team by placing seventh overall in the high school division and fourth overall in the 11th grade girls division.

  • News briefs for 2/25

    Ongoing
      
    Volunteers Needed
    Volunteers are needed at the Lincoln Legacy Museum. If you have any free time, even a couple of hours would be greatly appreciated. Call Lena at (859) 336-3232.
       
    School cancellations and 4-H
    Remember that if school is canceled due to bad weather, any project, club meetings or 4-H activities scheduled for that day are canceled, too. If the event takes place on a Saturday, listen to WLBN-WLSK for cancellation information.
       

  • Mary Kutter’s Country Classic Hour

    The days of Ed Sullivan, Porter Wagoner and Barbara Mandrell are not over. In fact, they may be, perhaps, reviving with a new upcoming country music variety show, “Mary Kutter’s Country Music Hour,” which began airing on BRTV Cable Channel 19 Bardstown Cable, WBRT 97.1 FM and 1320 AM on Feb. 12.

    Brainchild of Roth Stratton, managing partner of the stations, the show features rising  Kentucky artists, bands and songwriters as well established acts from Nashville. The bi-monthly show is hosted by Washington County native Mary Kutter.

  • Trailer stolen from water company

    Springfield Police are searching for a 30-foot flatbed trailer after it was reported stolen from the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission.

    David Bartley reported the trailer stolen on Jan. 26, and the case remains open.

    According to a report provided by SPD, Bartley informed authorities that the King trailer was taken sometime during the weekend of Jan. 23-25.
    The trailer had been parked across the road from the water company at Bluegrass Dairy due to a lack of storage space.

  • All in the family

    In the Robinson family, giving back to the community they call home is second nature. So too is being recognized for that selflessness.

    Aaron Robinson, a junior at Bethlehem High School in Bardstown, received the award for 2014 Youth Leadership at January’s Springfield-Washington County Chamber of Commerce awards gala, and no, you’re not having déjà vu.

  • Just STOP

    Stop.

    One word, four letters.

    Easy to read, write and understand - or is it?

    According to local law enforcement and Washington County school officials, there have been some drivers who aren’t obeying school bus stop signs when they’ve been activated.
    In fact, there have been three or four incidents in Paul Terrell’s eight months as director of transportation for the Washington County School District.

  • Q&A session with Springfield’s new mayor

    Debbie Wakefield’s tenure as mayor of Springfield may be less than two months in, but that doesn’t mean it has been without historical significance locally.

    Wakefield became the first female and first African American mayor of Springfield when she claimed last November’s race over three other candidates.

    She is a Springfield native and 1988 graduate of Washington County High School who has served the past six years as a city council member.