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Today's News

  • State opens comments on impaired waters list

    The Kentucky Division of Water has opened a 60-day comment period on the draft 2014 list of impaired waters, as required by the Water Pollution Control Act of 1972.

  • Public health works for you

    Do you know what public health does for you? 

    Lincoln Trail District Health Department offers a variety of services “behind the scenes.”

    Public health workers truly are silent champions in the community. In fact, many of our success stories include the things that never happened because our primary mission is prevention of disease, disability, and injury. 

  • Local students graduate from McKendree

    McKendree University announces the following local students are among its Class of 2015 graduates:

    • Darin Crossno of Sonora, BBA in management.

    • Cynthia Morris of Hodgenville, MSN in nursing education.

    The Lebanon, Illinois, campus held its 175th commencement exercises during two ceremonies on May 9 for undergraduate and graduate students who completed their degree requirements in December 2014, May and July 2015. Graduates at the Louisville and Radcliff, Kentucky campuses receive their diplomas on June 6.

  • TENNIS: CU wins championship

    For the second time in four years Campbellsville University men's tennis is National Christian College Athletic Association National Champions. The Tigers knocked off No. 30 Palm Beach Atlantic 5-3 in the NCCAA finals on Friday afternoon at the Mobile Tennis Center.

  • Students participate in Special Olympics
  • PHOTO: Saint Catherine 5K

    The Fitness Club at Saint Catherine Academy in New Haven held their annual 5K on May 1. From left, fifth-grader Noah Snellen was first; eighth-grader Zachary Culver was second; sixth-grader Colby Stiles was third; eighth-grader Jerry Wimsett was fourth; and seventh-grader Buddy Ulrich was fifth.

  • PHOTO: Ramona's first turkey

    Ramona Coffey, of Boston, harvested her first turkey April 20. The turkey weighed 20 pounds, and had 3/4-inch spurs and 11-inch beard. 

  • 18TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT begins Monday

    The 18th District Baseball and Softball Tournaments are set for May 18-19 at Hart County High School.

    The top-seeded Hawks will compete 6 p.m. May 18 against fourth-seed Caverna. Following that game, about 8 p.m., the second-seeded Lady Hawks will take on third-seeded Hart County.

    The baseball championship game will be 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 19. The softball championship game will be at 7 that evening.

    Tickets are $6 each.

  • PHOTO: Brandon's tom

    Brandon Struck harvested a tom turkey May 2. The bird weighed 25.5 pounds with 1 1/2 inch Spurs and two beards measuring 12 inches and 7 1/4 inches.

  • PHOTO: Struck and jake

    Brandon Struck harvested a jake April 18. It weighed 19 pounds and had two beards measuring 5 1/2 inches and 5 inches.