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email@example.comThe audience was virtually silent when author Frank X Walker read from his works Thursday evening. His style was easy, engaging, lively and light. He drew listeners’ attention effortlessly and evoked smiles and occasional laughs from the assemblage....
Recently, Max Ray, my former classmate and teammate, wrote a letter to the editor stating that he believed Danville High School didn’t prepare him well for citing references in his college course writings. I respect Max and appreciate his...
I arrived at Berea feeling prepared to tackle the hard work of a college education. I felt Danville High School had prepared me for my college journey; my graduating class of 2012 had set the record for highest ACT scores in school history. Instead, my...
100 Years Ago - 1913 G.T. Ashlock, who lives near Hustonville, has just been granted a patent on a non-refillable bottle, which those who have seen it believe is destined to make him rich. The patent office in Washington notified him at once that his...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville High School held its opening night of “Wizard of Oz” Thursday to a packed house. Backstage, director Beth Marlowe met with the cast and crew for warm-ups and a pep talk. “The most important thing — have fun,”...
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Danville High School qualified three students to compete at the grand national speech and debate tournament of the National Forensic League, which will be held June 17-21 in Birmingham, Ala. The event, the largest academic competition in the world,...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Uncontrolled bullying in schools carries a number of serious emotional and physical consequences including death by suicide, several local experts said during a Bullying Awareness Program on Monday at Mercer County Senior High School....
Danville High School forensics teams placed second at the Kentucky High School Speech League’s state speech contest, and third at the state debate contest, March 13-15 at the University of Kentucky. Five DHS students came home as state...
Danville High School took home the district title for the 17th straight year at LaRue County High School on Saturday, winning the Kentucky Catholic Forensic League speech tournament and qualifying 10 students to represent Kentucky in Philadelphia at the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA deputy with the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office recently underwent training that will give him, as well as his department, a leg up on judicial protective services. Sgt. Dustin Clem, who serves as school resource officer with Boyle County Schools,...
Sarabeth Marlowe from Danville High School has earned the degree of premier distinction, the highest student degree awarded in the National Forensic League honor society. A degree of premier distinction reflects sustained excellence in classroom...
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Danville High School’s forensics team placed second at the Kentucky Educational Speech and Drama Association’s 2013 Forum Saturday. The team was a close second to rival Rowan County and scored far ahead of third-place Boone County. LaRue...
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