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Regional/State

  • Central Kentucky's storm risk goes from moderate to high

    Kentucky Press News Service

    Although the most dangerous severe weather is expected this afternoon across much of Kentucky, nasty thunderstorms have already hit parts of the state this morning.

    Thunderstorms are now reported in Russell County, Jefferson and Grayson counties. The Grayson County storm is expected to move into Elizabethtown, Bardstown and Lebanon Junction.

  • SCC senior serves as intern in Frankfort


     Each weekday morning, Keana Crockett, a senior at St. Catharine College, begins a 114-mile daily round trip between her home in Bardstown and Frankfort to participate in a learning experience not typically offered to her on campus.

    This semester, her classrooms are the hallways, committee rooms and other environs of the Kentucky General Assembly, where Crockett is a full-time legislative intern for State Rep. Linda Belcher, a Democrat from Shepherdsville.

  • Pulitzer nominee to speak at SCC


    It’s rare when a Pulitzer Prize nominee sets foot onto your college campus.

     It’s even rarer when that nominee is also a resident of your county. Maurice Manning, a resident of the East Texas area of Washington County, will speak at St. Catharine College Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 1 p.m. in Pettus Auditorium in the Richard S. Hamilton Health and Science Building. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Local women featured on ag mag cover


    Healthy habits garnered some statewide attention for two local ladies recently.

    Kay Kennedy and Norma Jean Yankey are featured on the cover of the spring edition of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture magazine.
    The story discusses healthy habits in Kentucky, and touches on the weight loss program Kennedy started 10 years ago.

  • SCC partners with The Berry Center

    It’s not every day that a legacy is made.

  • Harrodsburg man shot in Springfield on Sunday


    A man was airlifted after a shooting at Hilltop Court in Springfield on Sunday, according to a news release from Springfield City Police.

  • Berry Center to hold press conference at St. Catharine College on Feb. 27

    According to a press release from St. Catharine College, the Berry Center is expected to make a major announcement that will impact the future of agriculture and farming in Kentucky at a press conference to be held Monday, Feb. 27 at 5:30 p.m. in St. Catharine Hall on the campus of St. Catharine College. 

  • St. Catharine College kicks off The Big Read

     

    Join St. Catharine College as we launch The Big Read for 2012. Share an evening with noted expert on C.S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, Dr. Devin Brown of Asbury University.

  • SCC the only Kentucky location for 2012 Big Read


    A young boy discovers that he has a talent for magic and casting spells. So great is his power, that his abilities soon become legend.

    A dead spirit makes its way into world, attacking the boy and placing a scar on his face. The boy hones his skills by attending a renowned school for wizards, where he quickly learns to master his craft. While this may sound like something straight out of a Harry Potter novel, it isn’t.

  • Relay’s Concert for Hope is scheduled for Sunday


    Last year was the inaugural Concert for Hope presented by Relay for Life, and with many changes in store, this year’s event promises to take the show to the next level.

    “Basically, what I wanted to do this year was do similar things that worked well (last year), and up the ante a little bit as far as the new things we want to do and make it a little bit better,” said event coordinator Mary Kutter.
    The concert is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26 at the Springfield Opera House.