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July 20, 2006
The 2006 edition of the annual Lincoln County Girls Basketball Camp hits the hardwood Monday, kicking off a week of hoops instruction and fun. The camp, which runs from Monday, July 24, thru Friday, July 28, is open to all girls in first through eighth grade and will be held at Lincoln County High School. The cost to attend is $50 per camper. LCHS Lady Patriot Coach Don Story will conduct the camp assisted by his staff and current Lady Patriot players. The weeklong camp will be held in two sessions with grades first through fourth scheduled for the morning session from 9 a.m. until noon.
June 22, 2006
The annual Lincoln County Girls' Basketball Camp is less than a month away with the 2006 edition set for July 24-28. The camp, which is open to all girls in first through eighth grade, will be held at Lincoln County High School at a cost of $50 per camper. Lady Patriot Coach Don Story will conduct the camp assisted by his staff and current Lady Patriot players. The weeklong camp will be held in two sessions with grades first through fourth scheduled for the morning session from 9 a.m. until noon.
June 1, 2011
Sports Calendar for June 1, 2011. Basketball — The George Rogers Clark Lady Cardinals Basketball Camp is set for June 6-8 at Norton Gymnasium. The three-day camp is for players in grades K-8, and each camper will receive a T-shirt and one Gatorade per day. The cost is $50 per child, with a $5 discount for an additional family member who attends the camp. Registration is $55 at the door and applications can be picked up at the school. — The Dwain Gay Basketball Camp is set for June 13-15 at Clark Middle.
May 30, 2006
A listing of participatory sporting events in and around the area: BASEBALL June 12-14 - Lexington Legends Youth Camp at Anderson-Dean Park in Harrodsburg. For boys and girls ages 7-12. Fee $60, half-day camp; $115, full-day camp. Call 859-509-8393 or e-mail Transylvania University coach Jan Weisberg at for information or go to June 12-15 - Centre College Baseball Camp at Centre College baseball field.
By Jonathan Kleppinger and | December 19, 2012
Santa is bringing brand-new classrooms to fourth- and fifth-graders at Nicholasville Elementary School this Christmas. The iconic school at 414 W. Maple St. is undergoing a comprehensive renovation this year. The first phase of the project involves the back wing of the building. Students in the first three grades are attending school at an off-site primary center this year; the fourth and fifth grades have been in the front of the building in the fall and will move to the new classrooms for the spring, when phase two begins work on the front.
October 25, 2012
Third, fourth and fifth grades   All A's - Timmy Baker, Landen Bryant, Diana Clavijo, Ricky Coppage, Hunter Cornelius, Bethanie Hampton, Brenna Harris, Ada Ladwig, David Mayberry, Caydunn Randall, Shayley Reed, Lydia Rice, Savannah Robbins, Garrett Robertson, Hunter Whited and Emily Williams. A's and B's - Jaylee Carlton, Levi Caudill, Mariah Caudill, Madilyn Clarkson, Kaylie Cost, Clayton Davis, Destiny Denson, Nakeya Derringer, Triston Godbey, Jacob Goetz, Jimmy Greer, Maggie Gutenson, Kaitlyn Jenkins, Luca Lane, Riley Lark, Austin Lowe, Emily Martin, Jacob Maynard, Karissa McLaren, Landon McQueen, Draven Miracle, Dale Mullins, Ariel Nicholson, Gavin Phillips, Calvin Randall, Kaitlynn Shelton, Harley Snyder, John Sparkman, Trace Taylor, Chance Webb and Haley Wiser.
May 16, 2012
North Middletown School Alumni Banquet is May 26 The North Middletown School Alumni Banquet will be Saturday, May 26 at North Middletown Elementary. Registration begins at 4 p.m., followed at 5 p.m. by the banquet, catered by Clay's Restaurant. The graduating classes of 1961, 1962 and 1963 are to be recognized. Additional recognitions are for the alumnus who traveled the greatest distance and for the most senior graduate in attendance.  Entertainment for the evening includes the North Middletown Elementary School students performing excerpts from Seussical The Musical and the dance troupe Young at Heart.
March 25, 2013
Fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades: All A's - Jacob Harlow, Delanny Henson, Julia Holton, Maguire Roff, Matthew Warner, John D. Brown, Tristan Hall, Alyce Myers, Allicen White, Elizabeth Gross, Keeley McKnight, Ryan Underwood, Matthew Burdine, Allison Harlow, Jackson Holsinger, Wesley Qualls, Alex Wallace, Casey Durham, Rachel Rath, Cade Shearer, Abigail Shepherd, Eden Smith, Talon Auvil, Millie Hammons, Cameron Hurst, Jackson...
By KENDRA PEEK and | January 18, 2013
HARRODSBURG - Mercer County Board of Education, which has been waiting on a proposal by its  Local Planning Committee regarding the possibility of closing one of the school buildings, voted Thursday to reject the submissions.   Every four years, under Kentucky Administrative Regulations, school districts must develop a local facility plan to help guide the school boards in the right direction regarding buildings and school development.   Currently, there are six buildings used to house the Mercer County schools, plus the technical school.
April 25, 2007
APRIL 27-29 EKU's ALUMNI WEEKEND Eastern Kentucky University will host its annual Alumni Weekend April 27-29. This year's event features special reunions for the classes of '37, '42, '47, '52, '57, '62, '67, '72 and '77. Alumni of all years are welcome. One of the highlights is the annual Alumni Awards and Recognition Banquet, at which nine Eastern alumni are to be inducted into the University's Hall of Distinguished Alumni. The event will be Saturday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m. in the Keen Johnson Ballroom.
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