Reinvested tax would be returned to projects
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War ration books remind us of difficult times during WWII
With 24/7 news channels spouting horrendous tales of terror and rampant crime, it’s easy to conclude the world has gone to the dogs; that these are dangerous times.Sadly, horrific events are nothing new. For those old enough to remember World War II, nothing since has matched the impact this global conflict had on the American people.
Dwindling numbers close Pulaski Central as education alternative
Students needing instruction in an “alternative education” setting will no longer be going to Pulaski Central High School, according to county school officials.With dwindling numbers at the facility on Bourne Avenue, the Pulaski County School District has decided to transition any students using its services to similar programs at either Southwestern or Pulaski County High Schools.
Mobile home gutted by fire
A mobile home was destroyed and two others sustained minor damage in a fire Monday afternoon that occurred around two miles west of Somerset.
Pulaski County High seniors got school back on track
No sooner had the class of 2013 said hello to Mike Murphy than they were saying goodbye.Murphy took over as principal at Pulaski County High School last March in the wake of the school’s low test scores, which forced a change in leadership.
Warriors shake their way through graduation
Pomp and Circumstance? How about the Harlem Shake?All 252 students making up the Southwestern High School Class of 2013 opted to let loose Friday evening with their own version of the dance craze that has been at the top of viral video searches for months now in celebration of their move from high school and into the world beyond.
Former UK basketball star, local cancer patient form special bond
A visit to the local Children’s Clinic for an ear infection led to Kelly Melton’s leukemia diagnosis.And, it goes without saying, leukemia was the last thing on mother Lisa Melton’s mind when she told nurse practitioner Allison Bastin-Muse that her son, a first-grader at Science Hill Independent School, had been tired lately.
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