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firstname.lastname@example.orgLike many kids, John Meister played video games as a boy. However, this Danville native has turned his childhood dream of creating video games into a reality, by starting Super Soul with friend, Richie Hoagland. According to the website, Super Soul is a...
email@example.comLEXINGTON - At least three times, Lipscomb coach Scott Sanderson made sure to note his comments meant no disrespect to Kentucky. After all, the Wildcats had just beat his team 88-50 on Saturday at Rupp Arena. But Sanderson certainly pointed out...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — Kentucky defense coordinator Rick Minter Tuesday denied a report that there had been a confrontation between head coach Joker Phillips and himself over UK’s defensive play in the season-opening loss to Louisville. Kentucky Sports...
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email@example.comAs expected, not only did 7-0 Karl Towns Jr. of New Jersey announce Tuesday he will play his college basketball at the University of Kentucky. But he also confirmed he will reclassify from the 2015 recruiting class to the 2014 class. Towns was the top-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBENTON - Bullitt East senior Derek Willis hoped to show that his game had improved during the Marshall County Hoop Fest last weekend. Instead, he could only sit and watch his team beat Hopkinsville because he was serving the final game of a two-...
WJMS 8th-grade DC trip meetings set There will be two informational meetings Thursday, Aug. 30, about the West Jessamine Middle School eighth-grade trip to Washington, D.C. The meetings will be at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria (before and...
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LEXINGTON — A Danville native was among three new members of the University of Kentucky board of trustees sworn in recently. Kelly Sullivan Holland of Lexington, a UK alumna and Danville native, was sworn in as the new alumni representative. Her...
email@example.comDon’t count ESPN national recruiting director Paul Biancardi as one who is worried about what kind of impact Nerlens Noel will have at Kentucky his freshman season. Noel spent most of his summer completing two classes he had needed to complete...
Danville students awarded UK scholarships LEXINGTON — Two Danville students have been awarded full scholarships to the University of Kentucky. Karl Hempel, son of Dr. Richard and Sarah Hempel of Danville, was selected to receive the Otis A....
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt didn’t take Willie Cauley-Stein long to impress Kentucky coach John Calipari, which was not a huge surprise to Mike Groves, Cauley-Stein’s Olathe Northwest High School coach in Kansas. “Willie is just an unbelievable athlete. There...
email@example.comBENTON — Aaron Harrison Sr. started taking his twins sons, Aaron and Andrew, to the gym at an early age and it left an impression on them. “He instilled a lot of mental toughness in us,” said Aaron Harrison during last weekend&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile most of us are taking in the London 2012 Olympics through the screens of TVs, laptops and cell phones, Nicollete Coontz is getting a decidely more up-close-and-personal vantage point of the Games. Coontz, a 21-year old Stanford resident and...
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