Today's News

  • Bramblett honored for 10 years of success


    Out of every 10 games the St. Catharine baseball team has played under head coach Luther Bramblett, they have won seven of them. And for that excellent winning percentage, and for all else he has done in guiding the Bat Pats to success, Bramblett was recognized between basketball games Saturday at Lourdes Hall.

  • Patriot women split two conference home games


    The St. Catharine College women’s basketball team avenged an earlier loss to Georgetown when they beat the 17th ranked Tigers in Lourdes Hall 72-60 Thursday night.

  • SCC baseball opens season on Friday


  • SCC men climb MSC standings

    Due to some early season injuries and new players who became eligible late, St. Catharine College head coach J.T. Burton said over a month ago that it may take until the end of January for his team to come together.

  • WC girls’ skid hits four games


    Washington County @ Adair Co.
    Score: 69-36 Adair County
    When: Saturday, Jan. 28
    Where: Adair County High School

  • Commanders hang on despite woes at the free throw line


    Washington County vs. Metcalfe County
    Score: 46-42 Washington County
    When: Saturday, Jan. 28
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: MCHS - Asher Sullivan WCHS - Alex Marshall

  • Head-on collision causes traffic congestion

    A head-on collision near the Lebanon-Springfield Airport sent three people to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon.

    According to a press release from the Kentucky State Police, Trooper Justin Phillips is investigating the collision that occurred at 3:50pm on Hwy. 55 at the Marion/Washington County line. 

    Sixty-three-year-old Judith Filiatreau, of Springfield, was traveling north on Hwy. 55 in a 1991 Oldsmobile when she crossed the center line and struck a southbound 1995 Chevy truck, operated by 56-year-old William R. Bishop of Campbellsville.

  • The faces of chess

    When it comes to playing chess, the students at North Washington are no pawns. They’re kings and queens.

    Aaron Dugger, a library media specialist at North Washington, said that 97 percent of the students he’s taught to play chess have really enjoyed it.
    “It took off like wildfire,” he said. “In library, if we finish early the kids will just get up and go get the chess boards and pieces and set up and start playing. It really took the Willisburg kids by storm.”

  • SCC grad Heil travels to Haiti

    Former St. Catharine College soccer player Jacob Heil, along with his wife (Laura), dad (Chuc) and brother (Jody), travelled to Haiti over the Christmas holiday on a service mission to the Good Shepherd Orphanage in the town of Carrefour.

    They spent time with children of all ages who were orphaned by the 2010 earthquake. In addition to the gift of time, the Heil family took along several gifts to support the orphanage, including several St. Catharine logo soccer balls and a pump kit to keep them inflated.

  • SCC’s Commander College program at WCHS receives three-year grant

    The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education was recently awarded a three-year grant totaling $720,000 from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors to improve college readiness.

    A featured activity within this award is a $120,000 grant to St. Catharine College to continue their collaboration with the Washington County Commander College program. Kentucky was one of 10 states selected to participate in the overall grant. St. Catharine College is one of three Kentucky higher education institutions who will benefit from the overall award.