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Lexington Catholic High School senior Sarah Doom was named National Female Youth Leader of the Year during an awards ceremony held recently in St...The event was sponsored by the National Council on Youth Leadership and Washington University.
Kinchen, a 152-pounder, is a 2013 graduate of Henry Clay High School and an incoming freshman at the University of Kentucky. She will compete on the Youth national team Sept. 20-29 in Albena, Bulgaria...Kinchen qualified for the national team earlier
Academy a partnership of the school district and UK will get on track when the new school year starts in August, stressing science, technology, engineering, arts and math. The academy will operate in the old Johnson Elementary School for 2013-14.
Ben Swanson, a 16-year-old junior at Lexington's Henry Clay High School, stood front and center with about 25 other young people leading a rally Wednesday in the Capitol Rotunda to support anti-discrimination legislation. Swanson, president of the
Leonard Cooper of Little Rock, Ark., won the tournament and took home $75,000. Nilai Sarda of Marietta, Ga., finished third. "It felt terrific to make it to the finals," Barrett said in a statement issued by the long-running TV quiz program. "I tried
Commerce Lexington presented these awards Thursday at its annual dinner at Lexington Center: 2012 Ambassador of the Year: Mark Wiemer, Republic Bank & Trust Co...Leadership Lexington 2012 Distinguished Leader: Ken Gish, Stites & Harbison. Leadership
The student, whom she would not name because he's a juvenile, allegedly made a threat against the school and another student...A rumor about violence at the school spread through social media early Monday. School officials called it a false rumor,
The schools' law enforcement department is investigating, and Lexington police have sent officers to Henry Clay. School safety experts predicted that rumors would be a problem at schools this week. They are common after a nationally publicized event,
The sailors will visit Henry Clay High School on Friday, then attend the official Armed Forces Day Family Fun Fair, featuring free food, entertainment and activities for kids from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Lexington's NorthEast Christian Church, 990
Story Photos Henry Clay's boys' soccer team proved Monday night that it can score a big victory even when its big scorer doesn't find the net. The defending state champions, playing on their home field, beat Danville 4-1 in the sub-sectional playoffs