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UPDATE: The fifth applicant has been identified as Christopher Hubbs.
Interviews for the five candidates will be held Tuesday, June 7, at the Knox County School Board office.
The Kentucky Department of Education has confirmed that five people have sent in their applications to the Commissioner of Education to serve out the remaining term of Dexter Smith’s seat on the Knox County School Board.
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Sometimes in the newsroom we get so focused on the bad things making news, we forget what a wonderful community we have! Two retirements, a meeting of leaders in the city, and a chamber speech refocused my thoughts this week.
This week we celebrated our past by recognizing the accomplishment of two retiring legends from Barbourville City Schools. “Buck” Treadway amazingly served over 55 years on the City School Board, the longest tenure of… Continue reading
Artist Dianne Simpson shared her skills with children at Barbourville Independent Schools Thursday, May 19. Through a Teaching Art Together Grant with The Kentucky Art’s Council, Simpson spent two days at the school, teaching students the art of basket weaving.
Simpson, who has been passing her knowledge on to children since 2005, was excited to work with Knox County kids.
“I am from Knox County so I love working here,” said… Continue reading
The 13th Region Forcht Bank Regional Baseball Tournament pairings:
Monday, May 30-
11 a.m. Corbin vs Harlan Co
1:30 p.m. North Laurel vs Barbourville
4 p.m. Knox Central vs South Laurel
6:30 p.m. Middlesboro vs Clay Co
Your semi finals will be Tuesday, May 31, at 5 and 7:30 p.m., and the championship will be June 2 at 6 p.m.
The tournament is being held at Lynn Camp High School, and admission will be $5 per person.
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