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MOST IMPROVED BOY
Zachary Ebersole has been named the Most Improved Boy for the 2003-2004 school year at Blaine Elementary/Middle School awarded by Jack Rice Masonic Lodge 606 F&AM....tell me more>
Local students among spring graduates at EKU
RICHMOND Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,162 graduates at the conclusion of the spring 2004 semester....tell me more>



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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
The JCHS Quick Recall Team finished third in the nation at the National Beta Club Academic Championship....tell me more>



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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
JCHS senior Shefa Sikder won the national championship in English/Language Arts division, and senior Josh Daniel won the national title in Science....tell me more>
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Rebekah Prince (click for larger version)
Prince named as Governor's Scholar
LOUISA — Rebekah Prince has been selected as a 2004 Kentucky Governor's Scholar....tell me more>
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Jessica Green (click for larger version)
Jessica Green wins Johnson County 4-H Council Scholarship
PAINTSVILLE The Johnson County Adult 4-H Council recently announced the 2004 4-H Council Scholarship winner....tell me more>
BSCTC names Dean's List for spring semester
Big Sandy Community and Technical College wishes to announce the Spring 2004 Dean's List....tell me more>



Johnson Central students competing in the Regional Foreign Language Festival are, front, James Stapleton, Tommy Hackworth, Christina Butcher and Lynette Bevins; second row - Drew Trimble, James Barrett, Genesis Osborne, Amanda Morgan, Julie Smith and Amanda Price; third row - Jon Hale, Caleb Howard, Anna Burton, Stevie Wilson, Aaron Nelson; back row - Bethany Heaberlin, Summer Blevins, Heather Webb, Kendra Conley and Kelly Crislip. (click for larger version)
Johnson Central foreign language students place in state, regional competition
PAINTSVILLE On Friday, April 16, Johnson Central Spanish and German students competed in the Regional Foreign Language Festival, which was held on the campus of Morehead State University....tell me more>
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