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Nov. 26, 1987 The George Rogers Clark High School Marching Band performs today in the 61st annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The band was selected from more than 300 applicants to participate in the holiday parade. The GRCHS...
email@example.comPeanut butter may seem a novel thing to many people. However, Mercer County Senior High School junior Mac Guay knows that it can be so much more to a family in need. The Harrodsburg teen began collecting peanut butter in August, after his mom helped him...
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FCCLA chapter attends cluster meeting The Jessamine County Chapter of FCCLA attended the FCCLA National Cluster Meeting in Indianapolis from Nov. 15-18. Officers Gabby Parsons, Sarah Smith, Peyton Ransdell, Cameron Back, Emily Kerns, Alexis Snowden and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Christmas came a few days early for hundreds of low-income Lincoln County children and their families who attended this year's Winterfest Friday at Lincoln County High School. After a year of fundraising and working with teachers to...
Patti Powell, of Stuart Powell Ford in Danville, has announced that Stuart Powell Ford would again join Ford Motor Co. in its ongoing commitment to the National FFA (formerly known as the Future Farmers of America). Ford has committed to a 16th year...
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email@example.comCHATTANOOGA — His team lost 42-41 in overtime in the first round of the playoffs after rallying from a 28-0 deficit, but Signal Mountain (Tenn.) quarterback Reese Phillips won’t spend long not throwing the football. “Iżam taking a couple...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFourteen years ago, a 17-year-old left a war-torn Kosovo with his parents and six siblings, finding refuge in a Macedonian camp with 7,000 others. Three years after that, he would find refuge in the United States, specifically in Nicholasville and...
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The Winchester SunThe day before the vice presidential debate at Centre College earlier this month, sophomore Jacob Moody was standing in front of the Norton Center for the Arts on the school’s campus with hundreds of classmates, waiting to learn who had been...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — Because he didn’t accept Kentucky’s scholarship offer soon enough, J.D. Harmon had to make an even bigger sacrifice to join the football team as a walk-on player. He had academic scholarship money that he had to turn down...
The George Rogers Clark High School Marching Band is in pursuit of a state title, and the journey begins this weekend at the Kentucky Music Educators Association competition quarterfinals in Mount Sterling. GRC will perform its 2012 routine, “In...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — Kentucky junior guard Jarrod Polson has played in 28 games the last two seasons at UK and got into his first NCAA Tournament game last season. Still, he’s got off just nine shots in the 28 games, a far cry from the type of...
Eleven George Rogers Clark students were among the 26 area students recently named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) for their outstanding academic performances in high school. Allison Becknell, Ragan...
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