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Sun Sports EditorBasketball — The Dwain Gay Basketball Camp is set for June 18-20 from 9 a.m. until noon at Clark Middle. The camp is for players in grades K-8 and cost is $50 per child. Each camper will receive individual instruction and a camp T-shirt. Camp forms...
Tags: Sports, Soccer, Basketball
STANFORD — Three Lincoln County students have been invited to build their math, science and technology skills this summer as participants in The Center for Rural Development’s 2012 Rogers Explorers youth leadership program. Lincoln County...
Sun Sports EditorThe athletic programs at George Rogers Clark High School enjoyed another banner season, with two teams and several individuals competing at the state level. In boys basketball, the Cardinals captured their second consecutive 10th Region title and won a...
email@example.comNot only has Burgin volleyball become a terrific success story, but superintendent Dick Webb says coach Maggie McKnight has a program that is “a model for what is right about athletics and academics working together.” Garrard County...
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Basketball — The Winchester YMCA is taking team and individual sign-ups for its summer eight-man basketball league through June 24. The league will be broken down into age groups, with a league for players in grades K-1st, 2nd-3rd, 4th-6th, 7th-9th...
Each year, National Nurses Week focuses attention on the diverse ways America's 3.1 million nurses work to save lives and to improve the health of millions of individuals. This year, the American Nurses Association has selected “Nurses:...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn an economy when even perennially well funded and healthy non-profits were vulnerable, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass was staggered by even larger problems. The agency’s new leader said the Boyle County office will remain open, and...
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The Winchester SunThe City of Winchester will receive more than $9,000 in grants to construct six wetlands as part of the Town Branch Restoration Project. Bluegrass PRIDE, a non-profit organization that gives environmental resources and information to local governments in...
email@example.comThe All “A” Classic isn’t all that it used to be, but it was still all that for the Burgin girls. The first-place trophy they took home from the small-school track and field meet at Admiral Stadium might well have been a first for the...
Tags: Sports, Track and Field, Basketball, Aaron Jackson
Residents of the Holiday Hills neighborhood have now had eight months to sign up for the curbside single stream recycling program. And some have done just that — sign up. At a recent Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission meeting, General...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThey told her she needed to get back on track, and Donnesia Hunn is so glad she listened. The Danville sophomore walked away from track and field after her eighth-grade year, but she has come running back this season. Success has quickly followed,...
Tags: Track and Field
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