Two Knox students get names on highway road signs

May 16, 2015
Photo by Michaela Miller  Zachary Dixon and family pose for a group photo at his sign unveiling, reading “Home of the 2014 4-H Barrel Racing Champion.” Pictured left to right are: Cearnel Wilburn, Georgia Wilburn, Keith Wilburn, Jill Wilburn, Melissa Corey, Zachary Dixon and Jim Stewart.

Photo by Michaela Miller
Zachary Dixon and family pose for a group photo at his sign unveiling, reading “Home of the 2014 4-H Barrel Racing Champion.” Pictured left to right are: Cearnel Wilburn, Georgia Wilburn, Keith Wilburn, Jill Wilburn, Melissa Corey, Zachary Dixon and Jim Stewart.

Photo by Michaela Miller  Emmleigh Bargo and family pose for a group photo at her sign unveiling, reading “Home of the 2014 U.S.T.A. National Champion.” Pictured left to right are: Pam Bargo, Mike Bargo, Bandon Bargo, Emmaleigh Bargo and Jim Stewart.

Photo by Michaela Miller
Emmleigh Bargo and family pose for a group photo at her sign unveiling, reading “Home of the 2014 U.S.T.A. National Champion.” Pictured left to right are: Pam Bargo, Mike Bargo, Bandon Bargo, Emmaleigh Bargo and Jim Stewart.

by Michaela Miller


There will be some new signs on 25-E as of Tuesday morning with the names of two Knox county students.

Zachary Dixon, sophomore at Knox Central High school and son of Jill and Keith Wilburn and Emmaleigh Bargo, fifth grade student at Barbourville City and daughter of Michael and Pamela Bargo achieved accomplishments worth showcasing for the world to see. The students got to unveil their road sign’s Tuesday that will be placed at the Knox-Bell and Knox- Laurel lines.The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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