September 22, 2011
George Rogers Clark football coach Paul Columbia knows Scott County is loaded and might have one of the best teams ever assembled at the school. “They've had some good ones over the years, you could say this is one of their better teams,” the Clark coach said earlier this week. “You have Louisville Trinity at the top and Scott County would have to be around (number) two or three (in the state).” The Cardinals (5-0) are ranked third in the latest Associated Press Class 6A poll and have flown by their first five opponents.
October 27, 2007
LEXINGTON - Lincoln County ran for one yard in the second half Friday and held the ball for very little time over the final two quarters. But the Patriots still had a chance to win Friday's game here against Scott County. Trey Edwards scored on a 2-yard run with less than two minutes left. However, the tying two-point conversion run failed and a drive in the final seconds fell short as Lincoln fell to Scott 20-18. "We just didn't make the plays that winning teams need to make," Lincoln coach Larry French said.
October 24, 2007
Lincoln County coach Larry French didn't want to have to schedule Scott County and Hopkinsville for his final two games. But he had few options. "I'd rather not have to schedule those people at all, but we didn't have a choice. We couldn't find a game, and yo have to have games," French said. "So we're having to play Scott. " So the Patriots, fresh off clinching the Class AAAAA, District 5 title, head to Georgetown to take on the Cardinals, ranked sixth in Class AAAAAA in this week's Associated press poll.
October 18, 2007
The George Rogers Clark High School football team took advantage of an open date last week by getting healthy and working on the basics in preparation for the final three weeks of the regular season. The Cardinals (1-6) return by concluding district play at No. 6 Scott County Friday night in Georgetown. The opposing Cardinals (6-1) have won five in a row and are 2-0 in the district. Clark coach Paul Columbia said the two-week break has been beneficial. "It was good," he said.
March 23, 2007
Dear Editor, My name is Duane Stephens and I live 650 miles away from Danville in southeastern Pennsylvania. I was thrilled to read the recent news article you wrote about The Barn and the house band the Kentucky Strangers. I, like you, was treated to a warm friendly greeting on my first visit to the show and I must say, every visit there after. When I travel to the Danville, Junction City, Parksville area of Kentucky my plans most always include a Friday night visit to The Barn.
July 1, 2004
EXHIBITS All-member exhibit, by Gathering Artists , through July, Vineyard Room, Chateau du Vieux Corbeau winery, 471 Stanford Ave. Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Information: (859) 236-1808. "Shades of Greatness," national tour of Negro Leagues Baseball Museum's memorabilia , through July 11, Louisville Slugger Museum. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Cost: $6/adults, $5/seniors, $3.50/ages 6-12. Information: (502) 588-7228. "Children of the World: Photographs and Paintings by Betty Laduke," through July 25, Central Library Gallery, 140 E. Main St., Lexington.
March 25, 2004
EXHIBITS Paintings by Anne Crawford , April 3 through May, Vineyard room, Chateau du Vieux Corbeau Winery. Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Reception: 1-4 p.m. April 3. Information: (859) 236-1808. Sculptures by Ira Adams and artwork by Brenna Kihlman , through March, Boyle County Public Library. Open to the public during regular business hours. Free. Information: (859) 236-6627. Works from Boyle County schools , through March, McDowell Wellness Center.