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Roundup: Floyd Central records historic win

Floyd Central High School’s boys basketball team accomplished something that hadn’t been done in nearly two decades on Friday night.

The Highlanders knocked off Jennings Co. 1,172 more words


Floyd Central freshman commits to UofL

One of the top area softball catching prospects is staying close to home for college.

Floyd Central High School freshman Taryn Weddle ended her recruitment this week, announcing on Wednesday that she had committed to play for the Louisville Cardinals. 243 more words


Indiana's Kris Wilkes, Jaren Jackson Jr. are McDonald's All Americans

UPDATE: Two Indiana basketball standouts — Kris Wilkes of North Central and Jaren Jackson Jr. of La Lumiere — are on the rosters for the 40th annual McDonald’s All-American game. 238 more words


Former Lawrence North star and 'role model' Jordan Hankins dies

Jared Hankins considered his sister – his only sibling – his role model. They’d go head-to-head on the family’s backyard basketball goal, making each other better. 414 more words


Sullivan | For prep coaches, wins mean long hours

Ty Scroggins figures he worked 40 games for free.

All of those playoff games, all of that postseason planning and preparation, and all five of the Class 3-A state football championships Scroggins brought to Central High School amounted to so much unpaid overtime. 892 more words


Police: Tenn. cheerleader shot twice through bedroom wall by ex-boyfriend

Authorities said William Riley Gaul knew precisely where to aim two rounds from a 9mm pistol through the house siding to strike his former girlfriend as she slept in her North Knox County home. 336 more words


Trip Log – Day 374 – Conway AR to N Little Rock AR

November 27, 2016 – Overcast, 50 degrees

Miles Today: 46

Miles to Date: 19,354

States to Date: 47

‘We the People.’ What does that mean? The first display of the Visitor’s Center at Little Rock Central High School, site of the 1957 violence and eventual admittance of nine African-American students to the previously all-white school, explains how the first three words of our constitution were not written to encompass all the people living in our country, just white men of property. 259 more words

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