For nearly 40 years, Stella Walters has been serving up snacks in different forms and at various sporting events all around Scott County.
True heroes of the community neither tout their own accomplishments nor expect accolades or earthly rewards in return, and 22-year-old Starr Thompson is no exception.
It's probably no surprise that a graduate student in the University of Kentucky's athletic training program has met football stars Lynn Bowden Jr. and Josh Paschal or has only a thin degree of separation from Benny Snell Jr. and Kash Daniel.
The other day I was moving some books around in the living room bookcases when I saw the cover of a book that I had not thought about for a long time — a book that I had bought in England on my last trip there in 2007.
SADIEVILLE — Homeowners on Sadieville’s Railroad Lane and connecting streets may be able to rest easier regarding worries about house fires and other emergencies in the future.
I’m not sure if civics is taught in high school anymore. It’s seems that there are several generations of Americans now who don’t know the first thing about the structure of our government under the Constitution. Let’s take a look at a few things every American should know.
A Scott County Board of Adjustment hearing to hear an appeal that stalled the Central Kentucky Landfill’s expansion application has been postponed, a county planner said Wednesday.
FRANKFORT ––– Gov. Matt Bevin told Kentuckians many things that needed to be said when he gave his State of the Commonwealth speech to the General Assembly as it returned for work this month. But just as he spoke without a prepared text, he also spoke without political preparation.
Scott County’s second high school moved closer to reality after Scott County Clerk Rebecca Johnson made it official the recall petition fell short of the necessary 2,457 signature to force an election.
State legislators will not get involved in the controversy involving the proposed Central Kentucky Landfill expansion, they indicated Saturday.
The process of determining whether a petition drive to force a school-tax referendum will take a few days or up to a month, Scott County Clerk Rebecca Johnson said Monday.
A Scott County developer Thursday asked the fiscal court to accept Morgan Manor subdivision’s roads into the county system despite questions over whether it meets standards.
State highway engineer Brett Blair found himself in an unusual position Thursday, asking a fiscal court to accept money.
A petition drive seeking to force a referendum on a 5.7-cent boost to the school district’s property-tax rate apparently fell short, an organizer of the drive said Friday.
She sat and waited at least an hour. Yet, if there is anything that Janet McClanahan has learned in her life, it is that being in the right place at the right time has its advantages. On this particular day, the time paid off.
Employees at Global Environmental Services assured officials at Central Kentucky Landfill “they were not generating” hazardous waste, the landfill’s accounts manager told the state Division of Waste Management.
Be sure to have license, registration and proof of insurance handy while driving as Scott County Sheriff’s deputies will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints.
Three months before his third trial in the 2007 murders of his parents, James A. “Anthony” Gray has sued state prosecutors and the Scott County Sheriff’s Office in federal court.
The Scott County Board of Education approved contracts Thursday with two private bus services to carry elementary students on three separate out-of-town field trips this spring.
Snow is not in the forecast this weekend, but the Actors’ Playhouse of Georgetown production of “The Snow Queen” can get audiences in the winter mood.
I do not know when the University of Kentucky booked biographer, scriptwriter and novelist Alex Palmer Haley to speak to its student body. Sometimes these things are done months, maybe years in advance.
Southland Christian Church’s use of Lemons Mill Elementary School’s gymnasium for its Georgetown campus may be endangered in the wake of a school board member’s urging of a change in policy.
Students in Scott County’s public schools needing remedial attention were about evenly split in terms of improving their reading skills last fall, a district administrator told the Scott County Board of Education Thursday.
Some 900 students, about 10 percent of the total student population, missed Thursday prompting Scott County officials to close schools Friday and this coming Monday. As Thursday continued, another 200 students checked out due to illness, school officials said in a press release.
The Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce will present three new awards at its annual Toyota/Chamber annual awards banquet in April, recognizing a local nonprofit, small business and the Frank Hamilton New Business.