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  • Police say phone scams target elderly citizens

    Elderly citizens of Springfield, beware.
    Springfield police officer Charlie Osborne said he’s received several complaints from elderly citizens about telephone scams going on.
    “I had one lady call me and said she got a phone call at four o’clock in the morning,” Osborne said. “(The caller) told them that they needed to turn their computer on because it had a problem.”
    Osborne said the citizen started asking questions and the caller quickly hung up.

  • Concert for Hope is set for March 26

    A cast of local performers will entertain to help raise money for Relay for Life and the battle against cancer.
    Mary Kutter, who came up with and executed the idea for the event, said that 13 local performers will be featured in a “Concert for Hope.”
    The proceeds from the concert will benefit Karen’s Crusaders’ Relay for Life team.
    Kutter will be one of the performers, along with Charlotte Campbell, Rose Clements, Hattie Clark, and others.

  • Local companies get good news from Japan

     

  • WCHS to host college fair Thursday

    March is “Go to College Month” at Washington County High School, and principal Paul Terrell is working to get his students, as well as future high school students, ready for college and post secondary education. To help with that process, the high school will host a college fair Thursday at 6-7:30 p.m. in the WCHS gymnasium.

  • Drilling tests potential new high school sites

     

  • Perry steps down as WC football coach

     

    Washington County High School football head coach Mark Perry is stepping down after seven seasons.
    “I’m officially going to accept another position (Tuesday afternoon),” Perry said.
    Washington County High School principal Paul Terrell confirmed that Perry planned to take a position at Central Hardin High School.
    “We’ve been in discussions the last four weeks,” Terrell said. “He informed me officially (Tuesday morning) at about 8 o’clock.”

  • St. Catharine tips off in national tournament at 5:30 p.m.

     

    The St. Catharine College Patriots will make their first appearance in the Buffalo Funds NAIA National Tournament in Kansas City, Mo., today. The Patriots tip off at 5:30 p.m. EDT. To hear all the action, tune in to 102.7 FM, or visit Mordecai's restaurant in downtown Springfield to watch the game live. The game will also be shown live on the SCC campus in the Pettus Auditorium.

  • Sun website going to subscriber-based service

     

  • Willisburg winery seeks Sunday sales

     

    After winning a 2007 battle for the right to sell package wines and host wine tastings at their Horseshoe Bend Vineyard and Winery in Willisburg, Bob and Ann Karsner are now seeking another legal change. They want to be able to sell wine on Sundays.
    Currently, Sunday sales are not legal in any part of Washington County. That means alcohol can be sold in some, but not all parts, of the county. The only two areas in which alcohol can be sold are the Springfield city limits, and Willisburg.

  • Forgery leads to murder charage

     

    A Washington County grand jury returned an indictment against a truck driver for his part in a fatal 2010 accident.
    According to court records, Stephen Sizemore, 55, of East Bernstadt, Ky., has been charged with wanton murder, and the charges were filed because he allegedly forged documents relating to his Department of Transportation physical examination.