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email@example.comLIBERTY — As far as Casey County athletics director Victor Black is concerned, twins Tylyn and Taylor Leigh are the definition of “what a student-athlete” should be for everyone. “They are hard workers in the classroom and in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — In the last four years, three major manufacturing companies have invested an additional $486 million and brought 360 new jobs into Mercer County. These investments have added to the quality of life in Harrodsburg and surrounding...
email@example.comRICHMOND — It’s no secret Dominique Hawkins wanted to play basketball at the University of Kentucky. This morning, the Madison Central standout made it official after announcing his plans to sign with the Wildcats in front of his family,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWest Middle FCCLA goes to state West Jessamine Middle School FCCLA had 10 students representing the school at the state FCCLA leadership conference in Louisville on March 25-27. The students participated in the business sessions to elect the new...
For George Rogers Clark High School choir teacher Kasey Standridge, her first year of teaching hit a bump in the road when she had to switch musicals after beginning teaching the original selection. Standridge first began conducting “Legally...
Gordon and Geraldine Martin, of Means, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Marie Martin, to Andrew Jay Bender, the son of John and Cindy Bender of Shartelsville, Pa. The bride-elect is a 1993 graduate of Montgomery County High...
All week, members and alumni of AmeriCorps have been recognized in the organization’s seventh annual AmeriCorps Week. The group, whose members tutor and mentor at-risk youth, help returned veterans find employment, care for seniors, promote...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Mercer County Board of Education members voted 4-1 Thursday night to close the former Harrodsburg High School building on East Lexington Street. The proposed facilities plan would close the building, which currently houses Mercer...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCounty 8th-graders can apply for Rogers Explorers The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications through March 4 from eighth-grade students in Jessamine County interested in developing their skills in math, science, and technology this...
email@example.comMorehead State came calling. So did Lindsey Wilson College. However, when it was all said and done, West Jessamine football standout Robby Irgang decided to take the road less traveled as a preferred walk-on to play for the University of Kentucky in the...
The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications through March 4 from eighth-grade middle school students in Lincoln County interested in developing their skills in math, science and technology this summer at the 2013 Rogers Explorers youth...
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