Today's News

  • Senior Citizens Menu

    January 11-17

    Wednesday, Jan. 11 –
    Thursday, Jan. 12 – Spaghetti, tossed salad, peaches, walnuts, rolls
    Friday, Jan. 13 – Closed
    Monday, Jan. 16 – Closed
    Wednesday, Jan. 17 – Baked pork chop, corn, lima beans, mandarin oranges, cornbread

  • North Washington students of the month

    Sixth grade -
    Megan Cloyd

    Megan Cloyd is the sixth grade Student of the Month at North Washing-ton School.  Megan is the daughter of Jeff and Stephanie Cloyd.  Her favorite teachers are Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Whitaker.
    Megan’s favorite activitity outside of school is baseball. In school, Megan likes playing basketball.

    Seventh grade -
    Lauren Mattingly

  • Bookmobile Schedule

    Monday, Jan. 16:
    Closed – Martin Luther King Day

    Tuesday, Jan. 17:
    Mackville/Willisburg Town – 10 to 2:30

  • School Menu


    January 12-18
    Breakfast (All schools)

    Thursday, Jan. 12 –
    Bacon/eggs and toast/jelly or cereal, juice, milk
    Friday, Jan. 13 – Breakfast burrito or cereal, juice, milk
    Monday, Jan. 16 – No school – Martin Luther King Day
    Tuesday, Jan. 17 – Sausage/gravy and biscuit or cereal, juice, milk
    Wednesday, Jan. 18 – Pancakes/syrup or cereal, juice, milk

  • St. Catharine College lobbies for financial aid dollars

     In these tough economic times, college students are fighting for every tuition dollar they can get.

    With Washington threatening to cut federal student aid, representatives from St. Catharine College have been taking the voice of the students to representatives in Congress.

  • SCC Continuing Education enters its second year

    One year after its launch, St. Catharine College’s Continuing and Community Education program is ready to enter its second year.

    With any new venture, there is a learning curve, but it is all part of the process to determine the needs and wants of the community. As registration opens for the Spring 2012 session, the program’s director, Sr. Barbara Rapp, is optimistic about the future.

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  • McConnell visits Springfield

    Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. was in Washington County on Thursday to speak to community leaders at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Springfield campus.

    McConnell – who made several stops throughout the Commonwealth last week – addressed the current condition of the economy, and said that with the way things are headed, our nation’s financial situation could get worse before it gets better.

  • Local man to pay $750,000 settlement

    A former Springfield city employee will have to pay a $750,000 civil suit settlement after a judge’s ruling on Dec. 27.

    Michael Delbert Bonzo, a former police officer with the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD), has been involved in the civil suit since 2007 with John Matthew Woolridge.

  • PHOTO: A barn in Texas