Today's News

  • WC girls reach district finals, lose to Nelson


    Washington County vs. Nelson County
    Score: 54-26 Nelson County
    When: Friday, Feb. 24
    Where: Bardstown High School
    Key players: WCHS - Kenya Turner NCHS - Shelby Maupin

  • 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.

  • Chamber of Commerce award winners announced

    Winners of the Springfield Washington County Chamber of Commerce awards were announced on Feb. 23 at Mordecai’s during the organization’s annual  banquet.

  • Blaze destroys house on Texas Loop Road

    Firefighters battled a blaze all for over six hours early in the morning on Feb. 22.

    Washington County Fire Chief Jim Logsdon said 15 firefighters responded to a fire at 513 Texas Loop road at 11:52 p.m. on Feb. 21.

    Logsdon said the structure on fire was an unoccupied farm house owned by Calvin Pinkston.

    Firefighters tangled with the flames until after 5 a.m., when they returned to their stations.

  • 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. 

  • 4-H contest deadlines are Feb. 27

    Kentucky 4-H hosted their bi-annual Ky. 4-H Volunteer Forum on Feb. 9-11 at the Lexington Center and Hyatt Regency. Washington County 4-H had 17 teen and adult volunteers to attend on Friday and Saturday of the forum.

    The forum gives 4-H volunteers from across the state the opportunity to attend workshops, educational exhibits and be recognized for outstanding contributions to Kentucky 4-H.

  • Problem pigs in Kentucky

    Some of you may have been reading about the threat feral hogs pose to our county and Central Kentucky.

    Once you read the following article you may feel about these wild pigs like most of us feel about “Arkansas Razor Backs or Kansas!”  This information comes from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife and it is very informative.
    “What on earth has happened to my land?  It looks like a tiller has come through!”  

  • Bookmobile Schedule

    Friday, Feb. 24: Perryville Road, Ruby Hardin – 9 to 9:45 a.m.

    Monday, Feb. 27: Springfield Intown Daycares – 3 to 4:30 p.m.

  • School Menu

    February 23-29
    Breakfast (All schools)

    Thursday, Feb. 23 – Bacon, eggs, toast/jelly or cereal, juice, milk
    Friday, Feb. 24 – Breakfast burrito or cereal, juice, milk
    Monday, Feb. 27 – Whole grain Pop Tart or cereal, juice, milk
    Tuesday, Feb. 28 – Sausage/gravy and biscuit or cereal, juice, milk
    Wednesday, Feb. 29 – Pancakes/syrup or cereal, juice, milk

  • WCES to host district Governor’s Cup competition

    On Saturday, Feb. 25,  local schools will gather to take part in the 52nd District Governor’s Cup competition, an academic event sponsored by the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition.

    Participating schools are Glasscock Elementary, North Washington Elementary, Washington County Elementary and West Marion Elementary.
    The Governor’s Cup features eight events, including the quick- recall event, which is the only one open to the public.
    Quick Recall begins around 11 a.m.