Today's News

  • SCC to hold Passport clinic Friday


    The St. Catharine Post Office has partnered with the St. Catharine College Department of Management to offer a Passport clinic from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, March 30, 2012 in Room SC-110 in the St. Catharine hallway. 

  • Former governor speaks at SCC

    Former Kentucky governor, and past president of St. Catharine College, Martha Layne Collins was on the SCC campus last week to give a presentation during a Women’s History event.

    Collins talked about the challenges she faced as Kentucky’s first female governor and how the political climate has changed since she left office.

  • News briefs for 03-28-2012

    Ongoing events
    St. Dominic registration
    St. Dominic School is now registering for the 2012-13 school year. Contact the school office at 336-7165 for a tour and registration information. Visit our website at www.stdominicelem.org.

    Mt. Zion Cemetery Maintenance
    Christine Hill is now accepting donations for the maintenance of Mt. Zion cemetery. Donations can be sent to her at 4067 Mt. Zion Road, Willisburg, Ky. 40078.

  • Idle tractor destroyed by fire

    A Willisburg man got off his tractor to have a tuna sandwich for lunch on Thursday afternoon.

  • Senator visits St. Catharine College for town hall

    United States Senator Rand Paul visited St. Catharine College in Springfield last Monday to talk about government debt and inefficiency, Social Security and environmental issues.

    He opened the meeting with a story about a little girl who wrote a letter to God asking for $100.
    “She said, ‘Dear God, I’d like to have $100. I’d do great things with this $100,’” Paul said.
    Paul said the postmaster received the letter, didn’t know what to do with it, and sent it to the White House.

  • Golf Tournament, Patterson earns medalist honors


    Often times a 294 total will be low enough to win a college golf tournament. But last Friday the St. Catharine College Patriots found themselves in second place with that 294 total at the Brescia University invitational held at My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course in Bardstown.

  • CORRECTED TIMES: Live Easter scenes this weekend

    Bethlehem Baptist Church will be hosting its sixth-annual Easter production on Friday and Saturday, March 30-31.

    The presentation has been around since 2007, but pastor Kyle Claunch said there will be plenty of changes this year.
    The event had been an outdoor, drive-through presentation in its first four years, switching to a walk-through last year that was half indoors and half outdoors.

  • Resurfacing discussed at fiscal court meeting

    At a regular scheduled fiscal court meeting on Friday, the county approved a $977,782 budget for the Rural Secondary Program for the 2012-13 fiscal year.

    Chief District Engineer Patty Dunaway presented a projected budget to the court that included an estimated $498,100 in routine maintenance costs and $3,862 in county judge-executive expense.


    Two cities in Washington County are under survey to be nominated for the National Register of Historic Places.

  • WC tennis visits Danville, hosts Bethlehem


    The Washington County tennis team hosted Bethlehem on Wednesday, with the boys’ team picking up a win due to forfeit -- the Eagles were a player short of a full roster.