Jul 29

Jessamine County teenager injured in June crash recovering slowly as family friends raise money

Abby Morguelan performed with the Dually Noted show choir at West Jessamine High School in a talent show in March 2013. Morguelan, who was a senior at East Jessamine High School this past year, was critically injured in a car crash June 3 and is [...] Continue Reading…

Jul 29

Nicholasville’s Lutz attending Yunasa camp for gifted students

Nicholasville’s Levi Lutz joined 66 other gifted kids from across the country Sunday for Yunasa, a week-long camp from the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) led by experts in the field of gifted education. The camp is designed to remind bright campers that they are more than just intellect, [...] Continue Reading…

Jul 29

Nicholasville’s Steinmetz named to Wittenberg dean’s list

Derek Steinmetz, a member of the class of 2014 from Nicholasville, was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester at Wittenberg University.

To qualify, Steinmetz maintained a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the semester.

A nationally recognized university for the liberal arts and sciences affiliated with [...] Continue Reading…

Jul 29

Wilmore’s Labrillazo named principal at Hogsett Elementary in Danville

Leo Labrillazo, right, sat with fellow members of a screening committee for a new superintendent in June 2013. Labrillazo, who taught music at Wilmore Elementary for 15 years and spent the majority of last year as interim principal at Warner Elementary, was announced this week [...] Continue Reading…

Jul 28

Warner Elementary School to stick with current traffic plan for 2014-2015 school year

The Jessamine County Board of Education agreed Monday to expand the width of parent lanes at Warner Elementary School during the facility’s comprehensive renovation, but delays in pricing mean the switch of parent and bus traffic won’t happen until next school year.

Buses have been dropping off and picking up [...] Continue Reading…

Older posts «

» Newer posts