Welcome Visitor. Today is Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Sign-on
Follow Us On Facebook

Archives

Showing 5 articles from May 9, 2012.

FrontPage News

Leadership students share ideas at graduation
Someplace Special is the theme of a marketing program developed for competition.
Leadership students share ideas at graduation
Hickman County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program graduated sixteen sophomores on Sunday, May 5th, 2012. Along the way, students learned about their community and came up with ideas on making it better. Among those ideas is a marketing program for the county created by teens.
See the full story ...
Ingram Barge signs on as a Falcon Academy sponsor
Sammy Barclay, Larry Farlee, W. Scott Noble and Duane Grimmitt
Ingram Barge signs on as a Falcon Academy sponsor

(Clinton, KY – May 8, 2012) – Working to find sponsors for Falcon Academy, Hickman County Schools administrators reached out to another source of funding – the largest employer in the county, Ingram Barge.

...The meeting was concluded with a check from Ingram for $2500. It is the beginning of what the school and the business hope to be a beautiful friendship...

See the full story ...

Politics & Government

Dem primary candidate picks up labor endorsement
Kelly Whitaker picked up labor endorsement
Dem primary candidate picks up labor endorsement
(Hickory, KY May 8, 2012)  - Kelly Whitaker, candidate for state representative in the 2nd House District announced today that she has received the endorsement of the Western Kentucky AFL-CIO Area Council...
See the full story ...

Education

Graves County students excel
Four students will participate in Governor's Scholars Program this summer.
Graves County students excel

Graves County High students are participating in Governor's Scholars programs and leadership programs this summer.

 

See the full story ...
Paducah Middle students earn honors for high scores
Paducah Middle students earn honors for high scores
Rohit Vadarevu, Michael Ellen Walden, Caroline Meiners, Claire Kelly and Will Denton received State Recognition for ACT scores that were 20 or higher on the Math and English sub-sections of the test, or 21 or over on the Reading and Science sub-sections of the test.
See the full story ...

website hit 
counter
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: