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A friendly exhibition game between the Georgetown basketball team and a professional Chinese squad snowballed into a full-blown brawl in the fourth quarter after a slew of fouls by both teams Thursday. According to reports, chaos ensued after...
Tags: Georgetown, Human Interest
This week Mark Segraves delves into the controversy over teacher pensions: Who should pay? Plus an exclusive interview with Georgetown coach, John Thompson. Willie Waffle picks the top 5 most influential Black films for Black History Month and also...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSometimes John Calipari takes a few playful jabs at national media members and the perceived lack of respect they have for the Kentucky basketball program. He did so when he noted that the “talking heads” were picking UK to lose at...
Wildlife refuge to host stargazing event Friday Winter is a great time for star gazing. It gets dark early, so you don't have to stay up too late, and the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge, away from city lights, is a great place to do it. The refuge will...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIt had the makings of a game that the Notre Dame men's basketball team could let get away given all the hoopla that surrounded their daily existence the previous five days. Three team captains wouldn't let complacency become part of the process. On a...
News 7 Sports DirectorRichard Childress is enlisting some additional help early in the season to try and get off to a fast start. With the departure of Clint Bowyer to Michael Waltrip Racing, Richard Childress will scale back to three full time Cup teams. But he'll use the...
Meals on Wheels delivers a hot meal Monday through Friday to Somerset, Edie, Quecreek, Acosta, Gray, Jennerstown, Jenners, Jenners Crossroads, Ferrellton, Boswell, Jerome, Thomas Mills, Stoystown, Kantner, Hooversville, Friedens, Geiger, Listie, Roxbury,...
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LEXINGTON — Danville High School took first place while Boyle County High School placed sixth in the Kentucky High School Speech League’s Bluegrass Regional speech tournament held Saturday at Lexington’s Lafayette High School. In...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Language, Henry Clay, High Schools, Schools
ATLANTA — Danville High School had its best showing ever at the 57th Annual Barkley Forum for High Schools Jan. 27-29 at Emory University in Atlanta. Twelve of Danville’s 16 entries advanced to the awards rounds in Speech events, the highest...
AARP volunteers to help seniors file taxes AARP volunteers are preparing taxes for senior citizens at the Harrodsburg and Danville senior citizen centers. At the Harrodsburg Senior Citizens Center volunteers will be available 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday. Call...
Danville forensics runs away with first place at Morehead tournament Danville High School Forensics placed first by a margin of 116 points (282-166) over reigning state champions Boone County at the first annual Harlen Hamm Memorial Speech Tournament...
Tags: Media Industry, High Schools, Schools, Brian L. Ellis, Health
To celebrate his birthday Friday, Phoebus High junior forward Troy Williams narrowed his college options to five. Coincidentally or not, the NCAA permits prospects five official campus visits, though in this era of early commitments, few take all of their...
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