December 21, 2009
Dec. 21, 1984 Stella B. Harris, a Winchester native, is Kentucky Educational Television's Employee of the Month. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Birch of Muddy Creek Pike, Ms. Harris is assistant treasurer of the KET Foundation Inc. A former Winchester resident is making a name for himself in the insurance business in Florida. Robert Cruse, 43, heads Robert Cruse and Associates in Palm Beach. His firm handles various kinds of insurance, but he himself specializes in insurance for self-employed individuals, covering emotional burnout, as well as physical disability.
May 6, 2008
In a contest that featured a little bit of everything, the George Rogers Clark High School baseball team suffered a 9-8 setback to Woodford County Monday at Cardinal Field. The Cardinals (16-8) never led and trailed 9-4 going into the last inning, but crossed the plate four times in their last at-bat to make things interesting down the stretch. "It was a fun game, it really was," Clark coach Larry Allison said. "They got some runs late, but our kids didn't quit, and that is what's important.
April 26, 2007
Heart of Bluegrass Championships at Mercer Co. High School GIRLS Teams: 1) North Hardin (NH) 104; 2) Danville (D) 102; 3) Louisville Central 67; 4) (tie) Rockcastle Co. 53, John Hardin (JH) 53; 6) Mercer Co. (MC) 47.50; 7) Henry Clay (HC) 47; 8) (tie) Grayson Co. (GC) 39, Woodford Co. (WC) 39; 10) Casey Co. 37; 11) Bryan Station (BS) 36; 12) North Laurel 29.50; 13) Boyle Co. 13.50; 14) Lafayette 10; 15) Corbin 9.50; 16) Anderson Co. 8; 17) Franklin Co. 4; 18) Southwestern 2. 100-meter dash: 1)
September 19, 2009
STANFORD ? The Lincoln County Patriots never knew what hit them. With a 17-point lead in the middle of the third quarter Friday night, the Patriots appeared to be firmly in control of their game with Washington County. Less than an hour later, however, their coach said they were in danger of losing control of the season after Washington executed a remarkable turnaround to hand Lincoln a crushing 48-24 defeat. Visiting Washington scored 41 unanswered points in the final 17 minutes, 12 seconds to win its first game of the season and leave Lincoln reeling.
May 16, 2007
Teams that are able to put together long winning streaks usually have to find all sorts of ways to win, including the hard way. That's the route Boyle County took to defeat Woodford County in its home finale on Tuesday night. The Rebels were one swing away from beating Woodford by 10 runs in the fifth inning, but they had to fight off a late-inning rally to escape with a 9-8 victory and extend their winning streak to 16 games. "We faced some adversity, but we just kept battling and got a win," said infielder Jacob Enlow, who helped Boyle build its lead with his first career grand slam.
December 11, 2010
Devin Lynn, Cody Kitchen and Daniel Lannum all went 4-0 Saturday to lead the Danville wrestling team at the Anderson County Duals. Lynn and Kitchen had three pins and a forfeit and had three pins and a major decision. Deodric Nealy also had three pins and went 3-1 and Rhodes Bell went 3-1 with a pin for the Admirals. Danville went 2-2 on the day, posting wins over Boone County and Woodford County’s ‘B’ team. Anderson County Duals At Lawrenceburg Saturday Tates Creek 48, Danville 32 103— Alex Hawkins (TC)
May 10, 2007
Danville ended a week-long layoff with a 4-2 loss to Tates Creek on Wednesday, giving up all of its opponents runs in the late innings and squandering numerous scoring opportunities of its own. Danville (19-11), which had not played since May 1, led 2-0 before Tates Creek (5-17) scored one run in the fifth inning and three in the sixth to break a seven-game losing streak. "After coming off our mini-break we were very flat and lethargic," Danville coach Jerry Perry said. "I have not been this disgusted with the team in a long time.
April 27, 2012
Gabby Gabriel was 3-for-5 with a home run and six RBIs Thursday as Lincoln County defeated Washington County in an error-filled slugfest at Springfield. Amanda Conway was 3-for-4 with three doubles, Morgan Cooper was 3-for-5 and scored three times, Chelsea Marcum was 3-for-5 with a doubles and two runs and Maggie Taylor and Alyssa Meece each scored twice for the Patriots (14-10), who pounded out 17 hits. Gabriel also got the win, striking out eight and walking five. She only gave up one earned run as the Patriots committed six errors behind her. Washington (4-13)
October 12, 2008
Wilkerson-Beldon Beth Wilkerson and Derrick Beldon were married Aug. 5 in Destin, Fla. She is the daughter of Sondra and Eddie Townsend and W.C. and Regina Wilkerson, all of Danville. He is the son of David and Dorothy Beldon of Junction City. Gellenbeck-Eck Valerie Grace Gellenbeck and Trisdan Chad Eck were married Sept. 13 at Chaplin Fair Farm in Perryville. Andrea Samons of Junction City served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Heidi Eck of Edna, Kan., and Emily Kramer of Edmond, Okla.
April 24, 2008
HENDERSON - Riverbend Academy's School of Visual & Performing Arts, in cooperation with John James Audubon Museum and the Kentucky Humanities Council, will explore various aspects of America's roots in music as it hosts the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition "New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music. " "New Harmonies" will be on view to the public from May 3 through June 14. An invitation-only grand opening preview party will be hosted May 2. In Henderson, the exhibit will coincide with two annual American roots music events, the Homegrown Bluegrass Festival in May and the W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival in June.