Released from Knox County Detention Center 7/22/16 (Friday)
Joseph Cornett, Terry D. Smith and Shanna A. Williams.
Released from Knox County Detention Center 7/23/16 (Saturday)
Charlotte M. Lewallen, Terry D. Liford, Nicholas R. Sizemore, Amy Steffens and Dewayne T. Woolum.
Released from Knox County Detention Center 7/24/16 (Sunday)
Ian J. Histman and Whitney D. Mills.
The Knox County All Stars played with passion as day two at the
Little League State Tournament began on Sunday, July 24.
The 11 year old All Stars played Nelson County in an exciting game, but fell 10-8.
Due to a seven-run explosion in the fifth inning by Knox, the game came alive.
Which came first the potato plant or the potato bug or beetle? This well-known beetle, at least to gardeners, is a stout yellow beetle, about one half inch long, is one of the most destructive of the insect pests which attack the potato plant. It may be recognized by its yellow color and its wing covers which have five black stripes.
It is thought to have originated in Mexico, crept into the southwest and soon spread all the… Continue reading
While the students enjoy the final weeks of their summer break, the Barbourville Rainbow Center Council worked hard at their July 15 meeting to make a splash into the new school year. First on the agenda were the re-elections of Chair Brendia Moses and Vice Chair Ralph Halcomb. Both members served in their positions the previous year and agreed to serve… Continue reading
The 9-10 year old All Stars of Knox County got an early lead and big win for their first game at the Kentucky State Little League Tournament.
The All Stars beat Belfrey 10-0 in just four innings on Saturday, July 23.
Eight runs in the third inning caused a big lead Belfrey could not catch up to. The third inning consisted of a double and… Continue reading