MSU squads prep for nationals
MOREHEAD - The Morehead State all-girl and coed cheer squads are looking to add to the program’s 32 total national championships at the Universal Cheerleading Association College Cheerleading Team Championship this month.
“I’m very excited about the dedication of our cheer teams,” head coach Bill Mayo said. “Both our coed and all-girl teams have been practicing twice a day in preparation for our return to nationals.”
The 2013 championships will take place Jan. 18 through 20 at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla.
BCHS council to get new member
SUMMIT - The Boyd County High School council is seeking a parent member to replace one who resigned. The member would serve on the council for the remainder of the 2012-13 school year.
Parents, stepparents, foster parents or legal guardians of a student enrolled at the high school are eligible. Nomination forms may be picked up at the school between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday or Tuesday. The election will be in the front office from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 18.
Boyd board meetings change
SUMMIT - The Boyd County Board of Education has changed its regular meeting date and location to 7 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month in the new Boyd County High School auditorium.
MSU squads prep for nationals
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A few glimpses into House budget plan
Monday is typically a light day in the General Assembly – few committee meetings and a late starting time to allow lawmakers to travel back to Frankfort.
3 indicted in Boyd horse-shootings
A Boyd County grand jury has indicted three in connection with the shootings of several horses earlier this year.
Lawmakers get contradictory selenium data
When lawmakers wrestled last year with new standards for releasing selenium into streams by coal mines and industry, they were assured by state officials the proposals were based on sound science and had been agreed to by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials.
Olive Hill local option election Tuesday
Voters in this Carter County city will decide whether or not legalized alcohol sales will be part of Olive Hill’s future when they go to the polls Tuesday.
Chelsea Turner, who will be going on a two-week mission trip to Russia this summer, isn’t sweating the political climate there.
Vet to be inducted into hall of fame
Greenup County’s surviving Medal of Honor recipient Ernie West will soon be inducted to the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame.
ZIP code change irks residents
Seven families on McCown Street in Russell learned last week their postal address is being changed to Flatwoods, and they are not happy about it.
Class teaches how to save money
Saving money is something everyone enjoys, and good deals are always welcome, but with shows like “Extreme Couponing” on television, it may seem like saving money on everyday items is a full-time job.
March begins new fishing license year
As the latest winter storm took aim at Kentucky last weekend, a brief break in the weather ahead of its arrival sent many anglers out in search of fishable water.
Thefts, shoplifting reported to APD
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