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Betty Sue McKinney Power
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Duncans’ generosity benefits students
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Susan Duncan is a member and vice-chair of the Scott County Board of Education. She is also a teacher who comes from a long line of dedicated educators. Prior to her time as a school board member, Duncan taught social…
AG finds no violations in prosecutor’s office
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There was “insufficient evidence” of any ethical or possible legal violations by Sharon Muse-Johnson and the Scott County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, states a letter from the Kentucky Attorney General.
FOUND: Sheriff's Office searching for 4 missing children
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Football, volleyball rule first-ever 'Hawkspy' Awards
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Great Crossing High School has wasted no time filling its trophy case, sending athletes to the next level of competition and building its brand in sports and education.
Class 3A Region 6 track and field: Triple titles for Cards
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Three athletes continued Scott County's mighty recent tradition in Class 3A Region 6 by winning individual regional championships Friday at George Rogers Clark Stadium in Winchester.
Scott Co. educator named 2022 KEA Teacher of the Year
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FRANKFORT – Lisa Hanson, a fourth-grade teacher at Northern Elementary in Scott County, was awarded the Kentucky Education Association (KEA) Award for Teaching Excellence this year.
Special Olympics Kentucky Summer Games return to EKU June 3-4
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RICHMOND - Special Olympics Kentucky’s signature event will return to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond for the 27th year on June 3-4. More than 900 athletes from across the state, including those from Scott County, are expected to compete this…
Daycares, assisted living working toward normalcy from COVID-19
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Daycares and assisted living facilities were some of the hardest hit places during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than two years later, these local businesses are working toward their new norms.
New website by WEDCO reveals district health data results
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A new website, designed by WEDCO District Health Department, gives residents insight into the social and economic drivers of health in its Community Health Assessment (CHA).
Historical marker notes Lafayette’s visit
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A new historical marker documenting the journey of the Marquis de Lafayette was unveiled in Scott County at Great Crossing Baptist Church Sunday, May 15.
Increased protection for farmland proposed
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The Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission will consider recommendations to increase protections for farmland from the Scott County Conservation District(SCCD) as part of the 2022 Comprehensive Plan review. The recommendations, which were presented at the May 12 Planning Commission meeting, include…
H.S. softball: Convincing wins in final week of regular season for GC, SC
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Having faced seemingly every heavy hitter in the KHSAA softball ranks continues to make Great Crossing look like it's playing a video game on the novice setting when the Warhawks take on teams from the second echelon.
42nd District baseball semifinal: SC's valiant comeback falls one run shy against top-seeded Sayre
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Three weeks after an unforgettable walk-off win over No. 14 Sayre, Scott County nearly had another seventh-inning heart stopper in store Tuesday evening in the 42nd District baseball semifinals at Sutton Field.
Sutton sworn in to fill Scott Co. Coroner unexpired term
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Judge-Executive Joe Pat Covington swore in Mark Sutton to serve the remainder of the current unexpired term for Scott County Coroner on Wednesday. Sutton won the Republican coroner race in the primary Tuesday night.
Lyons loses seat on Fiscal Court; most other incumbents win in primaries
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Former Stamping Ground official Rob Jones eked out victory over incumbent Scott County District 2 Magistrate Alvin Lyons as most incumbents held serve in a light primary turnout. These are the unofficial election results until all cast votes are verified.
H.S. softball: SC taken down by top-three foes in tourney
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Scott County softball saw Saturday that mistakes are magnified and the margin for miscues is miniscule when taking on two of the state's consensus top teams.
42nd District baseball quarterfinal: SC's plan plays out to perfection against Station
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In the cigar smoke-shrouded words of John “Hannibal” Smith of the 1980s TV series “The A-Team” and its more recent motion picture rehash, Scott County baseball coach Scott Willard and his young, fearless Cardinals love it when a plan comes…
Gloria Frances Vaughan Seay
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Teachers, staff, bus drivers receive raises
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Teachers and school system employees were given pay increases during Thursday’s Scott County Board of Education meeting.
Library unveils $1.5 million expansion
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Five new meeting rooms and a new lobby are open at the Scott County Public Library after a year of construction.
H.S. lacrosse: United boys overpower Collins in first-round playoff
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Scott County United boys' lacrosse extended its season convincingly Wednesday evening with a 12-1 playoff verdict over Collins.
H.S. softball: SC shuts down No. 10 Catholic
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Softball's 42nd District and 11th Region playoffs promise to be a madhouse. Look no further than Scott County's vastly different Tuesday and Wednesday results for proof.
H.S. baseball: SC flabbergasts fifth ranked foe
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The late football coach Buddy Ryan, an adopted Kentuckian, once infamously made the observation of future hall of fame receiver Cris Carter early in his career that “all he does is catch touchdowns.”
H.S. track and field: Birds fly at SC home meet
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Scott County's individual excellence and Great Crossing's overall depth both were on display Tuesday night in SC's all-comers track and field meet, held in the hottest twilight conditions of the season to date.