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Showing 4 articles from December 13, 2012.

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Insurers must offer child only coverage

Commissioner orders open enrollment in January 2013

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 13, 2012) – Kentucky Insurance Commissioner Sharon P. Clark again will require that all insurers selling in the Commonwealth’s individual health insurance market offer an annual open enrollment period in January 2013 for Kentuckians under age 19.

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Four PTHS students chosen to sing in Dallas TX
(l to r) Lydia Wiggins, Darrion Woodall, Maggie Malone, and Elizabeth Katz
Four PTHS students chosen to sing in Dallas TX

Four PTHS choir students have been selected to participate in the Honor Choir at the American Choral Directors Association Southern Division Conference, which will be held in Dallas, Texas in March, 2012.

PTHS choir director is Matt Hinz.

181 students from 11 states were selected for the choir.

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PTHS students chosen for KMEA All State Chorus
PTHS students chosen for KMEA All State Chorus

PTHS students Andi Boyd, Meagan Golden, Maggie Malone, Millie Wyant, Alicia Humphrey, Katie Paxton, Nathan Hawkins, Jailon Chisum, Blake Denson, Juanya Moss, Darrion Woodall, and Cason Walden will perform in the Kentucky Music Educators Association All-State Chorus. They were chosen for the honor in competitive auditions held this year across the state.

Kudos to choir director at PTHS is Matt Hinz for large participation.

The concert will take place at the Kentucky Center in Louisville, Friday, February 8, 2013 as part of the 2013 Kentucky Music Educators Association Professional Development Conference.

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Berry Craig's History Bits

What’s a lawyer without law books?
General Humphrey Marshall led troops in eastern KY mountains where his size slowed him down.
What’s a lawyer without law books?
(December 14, 2012) - On this date in 1862, Humphrey Marshall was a lawyer without a law library.

A federal district judge had just ordered Marshall’s law books shipped to Cincinnati and sold “because he was…making war against the government,” according to Lewis and Richard Collins’ old History of Kentucky.

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