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Youth

  • Rewards from reading

  • Scout Troop 137 finishes project

  • Movin’ on up

  • Welker graduates from Lee University

    Daniel Benjamin Welker has graduated magna cum laude from Lee University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology and minors in Asian studies, Spanish and religion. He will travel to Xinzheng, China, in August, where he has been awarded a 1-year scholarship to Sias International University to continue his study of Mandarin. He is the son of Vance and Trina Welker and a 2007 graduate of Cornerstone Christian Academy.

  • Shelby students’ work honored on History Day

    Numerous students from Shelby County were among those honored for their talents and research in history during the Kentucky Junior Historical Society’s 2012 conference and Kentucky History Day in Frankfort.

    Students in sixth through 12th grades analyze the historical significance of their personally chosen topics and present conclusions in dramatic performances, imaginative exhibits, multimedia documentaries, Web sites and research papers.

    State winners have the opportunity to compete at the national level at the University of Maryland in June.

  • On Campus: May 25, 2012

    Campbellsville students serving in summer ministries

    Campbellsville University students are serving across Kentucky and across the globe during summer break. Students are serving at various church camps, interning in a church, serving on ministry teams and serving overseas.

    Sarah Haven, a senior from Shelbyville, will serve at Centri-Kid, and Ariel Lane, a freshman, will serve as a House Church intern in Campbellsville. For more information, contact Campbellsville University's Office of Campus Ministries at 270-789-5227.

     

  • Russell named state technology historian

    Shelby County High School sophomore Ethan Russell was elected to the office of state Technology Student Association historian during the Annual TSA Conference. Ethan campaigned on his years of experience in TSA and his experience as a local chapter officer for both East Middle and Shelby County High School.

  • Mars Rover STEM Challenge

  • EMS visits St. Louis

  • Rent or buy

    Daylen Hocker, Rita Gomez and Aaron Randolph had the tough task to determine whether to rent or buy a place to live – even though they are only eighth-graders. The students at Collins High School were working on a financial lesson in Stephanie Robinson’s class. All agreed that college is the answer to a good career. Rita talked about the importance of budgeting her money and getting a job, which Aaron said was the key in order to pay all the expenses associated with living. “It’s expensive to survive,” Daylen said.