Today's News

  • Yeast takes HC job at Bryan Station

    After three stops in Kentucky as an assistant coach, former University of Kentucky wide receiver Craig Yeast is moving up the ranks.

    Yeast accepted a head coaching and teaching position at Bryan Station High School in Lexington last week.
    “The Lord blessed me with the situation he wanted for me, so I’m happy about it,” Yeast said.
    The former college standout and NFL player said he’s already had a few interactions with his players at Bryan Station, and that all signs indicate things are heading in the right direction.

  • SCC basketball finishes up with two big games

    The St. Catharine College basketball teams have two remaining games on the regular-season schedule, at home Thursday and Saturday against Cumberlands and Lindsey Wilson respectively. And all of the games have post-season implications for the Patriot men and women.
    The men are currently tied for second place in the Mid-South Conference with Cumberlands at 12-4, one game behind first place Georgetown. With victories Thursday and Saturday J.T. Burton’s team can clinch a second seed in the upcoming conference tournament to be played in Frankfort March 4-6.

  • Tigers claw Patriot women 120-64


    “They are just good and we didn’t execute our game plan at all.”

  • Commanders fall to Caverna, LaRue


  • Bardstown poses tough task

    With over a week to prepare for the juggernaut, Washington County will try to reverse its fortune against Bardstown (19-4) on Wednesday.

    Tipoff for the 19th District tournament first-round game is set for 6 p.m. at Nelson County High School.
    In their last regular season game, the Commanders showed signs of improvement against the full-court press.
    In that game, they beat the press enough to take Caverna out of the defense.

  • Commanderettes finish strong


    Washington County vs. East Jessamine
    Score: 66-42 Washington County
    When: Friday, Feb. 18
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: EJCHS - Emily Underwood, Madison Collins WCHS - Shay Yocum, Kenya Turner, Kayla Edelen

  • Managing the calving season

    Providing sound management during the calving season can mean more live calves. Excessive losses can mean the difference between a year’s profit or loss for a beef producer.
    It is important to have a short calving period to allow frequent observation and assistance if needed. Some specific things a producer can do to limit calf loss include:

  • It's time to think about growing onions

    This article was sent to us from Tim Coolong Vegetable Specialist from U.K.  It is very relevant since it will soon be time to plant the spring garden and onions!
    Although we’re in the midst of winter, it is never too soon to think about next growing season. This is particularly true if you want to grown onions.

  • 4-H dates to remember

    4-H Candy Sale
    Our 4-H fundraiser will take place in March.  The candy will be World’s Finest.  It will have a Snappy Tomato coupon on each wrapper.  Each bar will sell for $1. We ask that all 4-H members sell or give a donation in place of selling. Please help us make 4-H awards and recognition possible for 2011-2012!

    4-H Talent Show

  • BIRTH: Mattingly: It's a girl!

    Kyle and Paige Mattingly of Camp-bellsville announce the birth of their daughter at 3:35 p.m. Jan. 12, 2011, at Spring View Hospital.
    Katherine Reece Mattingly weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches in length.
    Maternal grandparents are Randy and Pat Campbell and Linda Campbell of Bristol, Tenn.
    Paternal grandparents are Martha Mattingly and Gary Mattingly of Lebanon.