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By Rachel Gilliam | October 2, 2012
The George Rogers Clark High School marching band still has work to do. Director Chris Yoo said the band has been practicing well and making improvement, but he hopes they fare better at this weekend's Pulaski County Invitational than their ninth-place finish at the Morehead State University Blue and Gold Marching Band Competition. “It was just one of those off performances, I guess,”¿Yoo said. The band competed against 21 other bands, and Yoo expects to face about that many in Pulaski County, as well.
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September 19, 2012
Lottie Finley Godby, 75, died Friday, Sept. 14, in Stanford.  Born Feb. 24, 1937, Lottie was a daughter of the late Lloyd and Nellie May Finley in Pulaski County. She was a housewife and a member of Parlor Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth Godby; one son, Delbert  (Theresa) Godby; one daughter, Jannie Godby (Larry) Wilson; five brothers, Jerry Wayne, Tony, Ruson, James V. and Damon Finley; four sisters, Faye Price, Novella Anness, Camella Renner and Junella Belcher; five grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; and one great, great grandchild.
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By HAL MORRIS and hmorris@amnews.com | September 19, 2012
STANFORD - Lincoln County coach Mike Settles knows his players do not have any time to hang their heads after losing to Wayne County last week. District play begins this week, and the Patriots (3-2) open things up in¿Class AAAAA, District 7 at Pulaski County. “Last week was a poor performance in a lot of ways. But we have talked to the players about responding adversity.  We have faced some adversity, but life is not what happens to us, it is how we respond to what happens to us,”¿Settles said.
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August 31, 2012
Nikki Coffey of Boyle County and Cole Grecco of Garrard County led area runners Thursday in the Chick-fil-A Invitational at Wilmore. Coffey was second in the girls race; Grecco was fourth in the boys race at Asbury University. Chick-fil-A Invitational Thursday At Asbury University, Wilmore BOYS (12 teams; 130 runners) Team leaders - 1. Pulaski County 29; 2. Louisville Christian 80; 3. Madison Central 96; 6. Boyle County 189; 12. Kentucky School f/t Deaf 363. Individual leader - Mason Blevins, Pulaski County, 17:40.
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August 17, 2012
Boyle County dropped a 25-21, 25-6, 25-18 decision to Pulaski County on Thursday night at Danville. Bailey Fowler had four aces, 11 assists and a dig, Griffin Blevins had two aces, four digs and four kills, Amy Woolum had two aces, a dig and two kills, Breanna Bailey had two digs and two kills and Lisa Talbott had two aces and four kills for the host Rebels (2-2), who host the Boyle County Invitational this weekend at Centre College.
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August 8, 2012
Wayne Wilson, 70, of Science Hill, passed away Thursday, Aug. 2, at his residence. Born July 6, 1942, in Pulaski County, Wayne was a son of the late Homer and Olvie Wilson.  He was a used furniture salesman with Wilson's Used Furniture. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Wayna Wilson; two brothers, Dallas  and Carthel Wilson; and one grandchild. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Haynes Wilson of Science Hill; two sons, Doug Turner of Dunneville and Ralph "Bud" Hall of Science Hill; five daughters, Ila Wilson Brooks of Lexington, Darla Blaylock of Knoxville, Tenn., Lolita Bradshaw of Wisconsin, Treasa Johnson of Science Hill and Kaye Pitman of Somerset; one brother, Gene (Sandy)
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By Ben Kleppinger and ben@theinteriorjournal.com | June 25, 2012
STANFORD - A Pulaski County man who led authorities on an off-road pursuit up a creek May 31 was indicted Friday by a Lincoln County grand jury. Rodney H. Davis, of 3790 Ky. 70 in Eubank, faces one count of possession of a handgun by a felon, one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, two counts of first-degree criminal mischief and one count of second-degree fleeing and evading police. Pulaski Sheriff John Wood told The Interior Journal June 1 that a pair of his deputies were helping a probation and parole officer locate Davis, who was wanted for violating his parole.
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June 13, 2012
Doris Marie Cox, 83, of Danville, formerly of Science Hill, passed away Tuesday, June 12, at University of Kentucky Medical Center. Born April 14, 1929, in Pulaski County, Doris was a daughter of the late Claude and Flonnie Cooper Wilson.  She was a homemaker. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Vincent Cox, who died on July 3, 1998. Survivors include two daughters, Lisa (John) Coats of Louisville and Sandra (Jack) Lee of Danville; one sister, June Cox of Seaman, Ohio; two grandchildren, Jonathon Coats and Kendra  (John)
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May 30, 2012
Robert Gene “Bob” New, 67, of Eubank, passed away Wednesday, May 23 at his residence. Born June 1, 1944, in Pulaski County, Bob was a  son of the late Marvin and Jane New.  He was a member of Eubank Baptist Church and a laborer at Vaught Brothers Manufacturing for over 40 years.  Bob enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, gardening and fishing. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Marie Ellen Wilson New, whom he married on Aug. 30, 1969 and who died on June 14, 2011; three brothers, Estle, Harold and Carlos New; and three sisters, Luzetta New, Lodena Harper and Wilma Blevins.
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By HAL MORRIS and hmorris@amnews.com | May 30, 2012
Nothing has come easy to Boyle County so far in the 12th Region Tournament. And the Rebels found themselves in another squeaker Monday, getting an RBI single for Heather Hasty in the bottom of the sixth inning that stood for a 1-0 win over Pulaski County in the semifinals at Millennium Park. Now all Boyle (29-11) has to do is beat a Mercer County team for the third time this season to claim its first regional title. Boyle junior Hannah Miniard held the Maroons (15-24) to two hits and struck out 14 and walked one. She struck out at least two batters in six of the seven innings to earn the win. “She pitched a fantastic game, and now we've got get ourselves ready to go for tomorrow,”Ã?
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