Today's News

  • Lincoln golfers end 2011 season

    The Lincoln Men’s Golf Club has completed the 2011 season with the Shamble Tournament.  A tournament record of five-under was set by the winning team of Bill Frost, Fred Armstrong, Ted McNeal, and Mike Abell.

  • Katie George dressed for success on court

    By Walter Villa

    LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Wearing a helmet and pads, Katie George may look like a like a football player – but she’s not.
    She’s tougher than that.
    George, a 5-foot-10 senior setter for Assumption (Louisville, Ky.), had her tonsils removed in July. But soon after the routine procedure, doctors discovered a blood clot in her left lung.

  • Girls’ soccer can’t find offense against top-rated Central Hardin

    Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    The Washington County girls’ soccer team hit the road Wednesday to take on the top team in the region at Central Hardin.
    The Commanderettes (0-6) were on the short end of a 10-0 score, but that wasn’t the biggest loss they suffered on the day.
     Junior Janna Mattingly left the game with a season-ending injury, a blow that coach Seamus Marrinan said hurts.

  • Commanderette golf has strong showing

    Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    The Commanderette golf team took part in two highly-contested matches this week with Nelson County on Wednesday, and a three-team match with Campbellsville and Taylor County on Thursday.
    They came up just short to Nelson County, as they shot a score of 200 to the Cardinals’ 196.
    Amanda Cox led the way with a 43, followed by Emily Cox’s 46. Callie Harmon and Olivia Cox pitched in with rounds of 50 and 61 respectively.

  • ImPACT new to WC athletic programs

    Athletes in Washington County have to take one more test than their classmates this season.

    While some student-athletes may groan at another test, this one is supposed to help the post-concussion recovery process.
    Immediate post-concussion assessment and cognitive testing (ImPACT) is new to Washington County this season.
    Jenna Meyer, the athletic trainer for Washington County High School, said the ImPACT test is administered online before the season begins, so athletes have baseline information on file.

  • WC comes up short late to CAL

    Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    The Commanders dropped to 3-2 on the season Friday night with a road loss to Christian Academy-Louisville 14-7. Head coach Eric Sagrecy said a big part of the loss lands on his shoulders.
    “We got outplayed and out coached,” he said. “It’s my job to make sure we’re ready to play every game and we weren’t ready to play.”

  • St. D players ruled ineligible

    After a 7-3 start to the girls’ basketball season, the St. Dominic seventh-grade team will have to forfeit those wins due to an eligibility issue with two players, according to head coach Rachel Fenwick.

    The players, Marianna and Katya Melgoza, 12 and 11 years old, were ruled ineligible by the Mid-Kentucky Middle School Basketball Conference.
    The Mid-Kentucky Middle School Basketball Conference is the league in which St. Dominic teams play.

  • WC earns title at Classic

    Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    The Commanderette volleyball team just finished its busiest week of the season, and they came away from the eight-game week with a 5-3 record, a Purples Classic trophy and three individual awards. The varsity team wasn’t the only one earning accolades though.
    The freshman team was also in action at the Queen of the Court tournament hosted by Central Hardin. They took on the hosts of the tournament in the first match and lost handily 8-21, 2-21, but they bounced back in a big way.

  • Community briefs

    Wednesday, Sept. 28

    Willisburg Church of God Speaker
    The Isaiah House chaplain Rev. Gregg W. Anderson will speak Sept. 28 at the Willisburg Church of God, 64 McCann Ridge Lane, Willisburg. The service begins at 7 p.m. For more information call (859) 441-7097 ext. 111.

    Thursday, Sept. 29

    Street Lights Collection

  • Reapportionment reading passes

    The first reading of an ordinance passed on Friday during the regular scheduled Washington County fiscal court meeting that will change the magisterial lines in the county for the first time in at least 20 years.

    The magisterial districts must remain within 10 percent in population between the most and least populated districts.
    Districts are up for review every 10 years after a census, and no change has occurred in Washington County’s magisterial districts in at least 20 years.