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Twenty-eight students have received scholarships totaling $30,000 from two Mercer County endowments held by the Wilderness Trace Community Foundation. Established in 1993 by C. B. Rowland, The Rowland Family Scholarship supports post-secondary...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA Danville manufacturer bitten like many others by the floundering economy will be adding jobs on the heels of a recent upswing in demand. Green Boiler Technologies of Danville will add 27 full-time jobs and invest $365,000, which will include...
Staff WriterWithin the classrooms of Danville High School, learning didn’t cease during the summer months. Danville Board of Education, with the help of faculty from surrounding schools, is holding the program Experience Danville STEAM — an acronym for...
The Winchester SunButch Krebs logged more than 400 jumps out of planes and learned to fly one before turning his attention to model airplanes. “I’ve always been interested in aviation since I was a kid. I’ve tried most of it out,” Krebs said. This...
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email@example.comLike most 16-year-olds, Kareem Omar is anxious to get his driver’s license. But he’ll be handling the controls of an airplane by himself before ever driving a car solo. Aerospace engineering is just one of many academic pursuits for the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County seniors Alex and Lucinda Combs helped the girls soccer team to some of its most successful seasons ever, but the sisters are going to continue their soccer careers are different colleges. Lucinda, a goal keeper, will attend Rose-Human...
email@example.comNicholasville Elementary first-graders receive awards from DAR The local Trabue Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, awarded Nicholasville Elementary students Caitlyn Puckett first place, Serenity Rust second place and Gabrielle Proffitt...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new class this year is broadening the circle of students at Jessamine Career and Technology Center, teaching eighth-graders at the school for the first time. Andrea O’Bryan and Kendall Kearns have been teaching the “geo/IED” class...
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Richard Hickman Prewitt, 74, departed this life on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center following a brief illness. He is survived by two sons, David J., who resides in Texas, and Jacob H. who resides in...
By Karen Hatter In last week’s article, I outlined the newly established college and career benchmarks established by the Post-Secondary Council on Education. In review, College Readiness requires minimum ACT reading, math, and English scores...
EDSEL TENSLEY JONES Edsel Tensley Jones, 86, of Winchester, passed away Saturday at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital. A native of West Virginia, growing up in Beckley, he was the son of the late Ernest and Elsie Jones. Edsel was a...
Cornett graduates combat course Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Matthew W. Cornett, son of Darleen A. Herndon of Nicholasville and Donald W. Cornett of Lexington, recently was selected Academic Honor Graduate for the Combat Engineer Platoon Sergeant Course...
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