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Youth

  • Santa needs letters, artwork

    The Sentinel-Newsagain this year invites children to write letters to Santa Claus or submit a drawing about Christmas to be judged for a prize, with as many entries as possible being published in a special section on Christmas Eve.

    The letters, by children ages 6 to 9, can be about a child’s Christmas wishes and also about what the holiday means to him or her.

  • Chapter 6: Where’s the beef?

    “What is that smell?” Chloe asked Pa as the nasty odor filled the truck.

    “That’s cow manure,” Pa explained.

    “Cow manure?” I repeated, unsure of what cow manure was but happy I wasn’t responsible for the rancid scent.

  • Prism concert at CHS

    The Fine Arts Department of Collins High School on Oct. 29 staged its second annual Prism Concert. This concert showcased the talents of the orchestra, marching band, drum line, symphonic band, concert band, various choirs and drama. Students from the art department painted, and the music flowed around them.

  • A weather lesson

    WAVE 3 TV meteoroligist Christie Dutton talks to the first graders at Clear Creek Elementary on Wednesday about weather.

  • School menus: Nov. 22, 2013

    Monday

    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit(25g)w/Jelly(9g), WG Blueberry Muffin(25g); Entrée Choices: WG Chicken Patty(15g) w/WW Roll(20g), Ham & Cheese (1.5g) on W G Pretzel Roll(29g); Side Items: Steamed Broccoli(9.42g), Baby Carrots (5.79g), Fresh Apple(15g), Pineapple Tidbits(15.5g); Condiments: Honey Mustard(10g)BBQ Sauce(7.5g)Ketchup(2g), Ranch Dressing (1g), Promise Margarine (0g)

  • Southside experience
  • Cornerstone celebration for grandparents

    A record crowd of more than 500 guests joined Cornerstone Christian Academy to celebrate the 2013 luncheon for grandparents. Preschool-through-fifth-grade students presented musical performances.

  • SCHS student attends Youth Salute in Missouri

    Ethan Russell of Shelby County High School was one of the participants in Youth Salute, an awards ceremonies in St. Louis sponsored by the National Council on Youth Leadership and Washington University.

    Youth Salute is conducted in cooperation with the Central Kentucky Council on Youth Leadership. Students must be nominated by their high school counselors, teachers, principals and other community leaders to participate.

  • Collins students at EKU band day

    Collins High School will be among the approximately 250 musicians from nearly 50 high schools and middle schools to participate in the “Marching Colonels for a Day” on Saturday.

    The students will spend the entire day on the Eastern Kentucky University campus, rehearse with the Marching Colonels, march to the stadium, take part in the band’s tailgate performance and join the EKU musicians for a special Veterans Day tribute at halftime of a football game against UT-Martin.

  • On campus: Nov. 15, 2013

    Shelby student inducted into Campbellsville president’s club

    A total of 20 new members were inducted into the president's club at Campbellsville University, and among them was Alan Haven of Shelbyville.