• By Kal Oakes Georgetown News-Graphic
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LEXINGTON – Scott County girls’ basketball completed its second consecutive undefeated regular season in the 42nd District, finished a perfect season in true road games for the first time since 2006 and extended its current win streak to 14 contests, all in an 85-33 win Wednesday night at Br…

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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Dozens of northern Scott County residents shared their experiences and their fears with state officials Wednesday night regarding a proposed expansion of the 

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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Georgetown police arrested one juvenile suspected in a late-afternoon robbery at a Southern Broadway discount store, Assistant Chief Robert Swanigan said.

  • By Dan Adkins and Leah Floccare Georgetown News-Graphic
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Scott County sheriff's deputies arrested two men Monday after they were held under citizen's arrest at gunpoint until authorities arrived.

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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An 18-year-old former Georgetown College student faces a first-degree robbery charge in connection with the apparent shooting death Tuesday of a Frankfort pizza-delivery driver.

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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At least nine people likely will spend Christmas in jail after being arrested by Scott County sheriff’s deputies in a drug sweep Thursday afternoon.

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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Sheriff Tony Hampton warned Scott County residents Friday of a scam in which callers claiming to be sheriff's deputies ask for payments over the phone to lift arrest warrants.

  • By Dan Adkins, Kelli Stokes and Rachel Volk Georgetown News-Graphic
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Republicans Donald Trump, Rand Paul and Phillip Pratt raced to victory in Scott County Tuesday night, reinforcing the county's shift away from its historic dominance by Democrats.

  • By Kal Oakes Georgetown News-Graphic
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Seven different players scored a touchdown for Scott County High School on Friday night as the expected rout of Jeffersontown materialized, 55-6, in the opening round of the Class 6A football playoffs at Toyota Stadium.

  • By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
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An alert neighbor spotted an apparent burglary at a Georgetown home Tuesday afternoon, confronted the suspect, chased him down and held him until police arrived, a Georgetown police official said.

  • By Kal Oakes Georgetown News-Graphic
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PARK HILLS - Having wasted a three-touchdown lead, minus its leading rusher due to injury, Scott County High School football faced easily its greatest adversity in more than a month Friday night.