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Today's News

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 9-18

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Bardstown 43, Washington Co. 6

    Bethlehem 48, Nelson Co. 6

    Marion Co. 32, Thomas Nelson 22

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Thursday

    Bardstown 3, Marion Co. 0

    Nelson Co. 4, Bethlehem 3 OT

    Thomas Nelson 7, CAL 0

     

    Saturday

    Nelson Co. 4, Meade Co. 0

     

    King of the Bluegrass Cup

    at Fairdale

    Eastern 6, Bardstown 2

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Banshees win All A sectional; head to state

    Bethlehem had no troubles on the road Sunday in winning the All A Classic sectional matchup with Holy Cross, 10-0, to advance to this weekend’s statewide tournament in Frankfort.

    Bethlehem (10-4) will be facing Hazard (6-4), the 14th Region champion, in the opening round Saturday morning at 11 a.m. at Capital View Park. The Banshees are ranked No. 15 in Kentucky and are the favorite to repeat as All A Classic champions. Bethlehem beat Lexington Christian 7-1 for last year’s title, the Banshees’ first small-school state championship.

  • Hatfield celebrates 102 trips around the sun

    Beatrice Hatfield celebrated her 102nd birthday last week surrounded by family and friends at Windsor Gardens.

    Born Beatrice Brinner on Sept. 10, 1917, in Nelson County, Beatrice grew up with nine brothers and sisters. When she was a teenager, her mom got sick with cancer and she had to quit school to help around the house.

  • Hatfield celebrates 102 trips around the sun

    Beatrice Hatfield celebrated her 102nd birthday last week surrounded by family and friends at Windsor Gardens.

    Born Beatrice Brinner on Sept. 10, 1917, in Nelson County, Beatrice grew up with nine brothers and sisters. When she was a teenager, her mom got sick with cancer and she had to quit school to help around the house.

  • Zoo’s Flutter Fest will release 1,000 monarch butterflies

    Butterflies n’ Blooms at the Louisville Zoo culminates with the tagging of 1,000 monarch butterflies for release at Flutter Fest on Sept. 21, in partnership with Louisville’s Idlewild Butterfly Farm. The release coincides with the annual migration of monarch butterflies.

  • Zoo’s Flutter Fest will release 1,000 monarch butterflies

    Butterflies n’ Blooms at the Louisville Zoo culminates with the tagging of 1,000 monarch butterflies for release at Flutter Fest on Sept. 21, in partnership with Louisville’s Idlewild Butterfly Farm. The release coincides with the annual migration of monarch butterflies.

  • Iron Horse brings the heat to homecoming

    New Haven residents braved a dry, hot day to enjoy the Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival Saturday while honoring the Kentucky Railway Museum for its upcoming 30th anniversary.

    “We are very proud and supportive of the museum,” said Andy Hall, the president of the festival.

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Cards slip past Eagles in OT, 4-3

    Taehun Ahn scored off a Lawson Strenecky corner kick about three minutes into the extra period Thursday to help the Cardinals stop a two-match skid in boys’ soccer and hand Bethlehem its fourth straight setback with a 4-3 overtime win.

    Jaren Brown scored twice and Carter Skrine also added a goal as the Cardinals move to 7-3 overall and 3-1 in district play. The Cardinals hosted Meade County after press time Saturday and visit Thomas Nelson on Tuesday.

  • GOLF: Local girls retain Cup

    Nelson County area schools’ female golfers defeated their counterparts from the three Bullitt County schools to retain the Two County Cup and take a 3-2 lead in the series.

    It was a complete team effort as players from Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson County and Thomas Nelson each gained points in the 9-3 victory.

    The girls led 2-1 after the scramble format at Maywood on Monday, but dominated the matches at Heritage Hills in the Stableford competition.

  • FOOTBALL: Marion Co. pulls away late from Thomas Nelson, 32-22

    Thomas Nelson had a lead on Marion County until late in the third quarter Friday, but the Knights caught fire in the final 14 minutes of the game to pull away for a 32-22 win and deny the Generals their first victory.

    “Both teams were executing on defense fairly well,” Generals coach Joe Peake said. “But they kept poking at different things (on offense), and they found the crack.