Today's News

  • PHOTO: NWMS 7th grade wins 2012 NIT title
  • Patriot women reach 20 wins


  • SCC men close in on first place in MSC


    The talk is always about March Madness; but February is just as important, if not more so, when it comes to positioning a team for the post-season. J.T Burton’s St. Catharine College Patriots have started a late-season run that they hope catapults them into a better tournament seed.  

  • WC girls hang on against Taylor Co.


    Washington County vs. Taylor County
    Score: 46-45 Washington County
    When: Tuesday, Feb. 7
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: TCHS - Hannah Howard, Hayley Wright WCHS - Kenya Turner, Jennifer Keene

  • Late comeback sparks Commanders’ win


    Washington County vs. Campbellsville
    Score: 72-71 Washington County
    When: Tuesday, Feb. 9
    Where: Washington County High School
    Key players: CHS - Damontez Smith WCHS - Trae Abell, Alex Marshall

  • Deputy sentencing rescheduled again

    Sentencing for Norris Wayne Bartley and Billy Joe Mattingly, who pled guilty to stealing marijuana while serving as sheriff’s deputies, was rescheduled again. The new sentencing date is set for March 7 at 2 p.m. at the Gene Snyder United States Courthouse in Louisville.

    The deputies were set for sentencing today, but were rescheduled before appearing in court.

  • BIRTH - Cheser: It’s a girl!

    Clay and Ann Weslen Cheser of Elizabeth-town announce the birth of their daughter on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville.

    Ann Clayton Cheser weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 inches in length.
    She was welcomed home by a brother, Matt, age 5 1/2.
    Maternal grandparents are Jackie Mattingly and Lennie Mattingly of Springfield.
    Paternal grandparents are Larry and Debbie Cheser of Harrodsburg.
    Great-grandparents are Wesley and Jean Shewmaker, Mattie Mattingly, Elaine Warner and Bobby and Mary Cheser.

  • Celebrating Kentucky 4-H Health Day

    Eating right and exercise go hand in hand in making sure we keep healthy.  Kentucky 4-H is working to help youth learn what they can do to be healthy now and as they grow into adulthood. For the first year, Kentucky 4-H will be celebrating Kentucky 4-H Health Day 2012 on Monday, Feb. 20.

  • Three-year management project pays off


    For the past three years, Dr. Dave Donathan, professor of management at St. Catharine College, has partnered his senior interdisciplinary studies students with Springfield Main Street / Renaissance to help with the Heart of Kentucky Holiday Festival, a joint seasonal celebration between Springfield and Lebanon.

  • Review safety tips with children

    Spring will soon be here and with that kids will be out more and in a community like ours they often bring friends, neighbors and relatives to the farm with them.

    It may be good to review some safety tips we received from Larissa H. Tucker, University of Kentucky College Agriculture.