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Danville Man Arrested In Connection To Burglary At High School  LEX18 Lexington KY News

BOYLE COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– A Danville man is in jail after police say he broke into a school. Officers say they were questioning 26-year-old Jacob Gordon ...



Juveniles accused of throwing rock at deputy will be tried as adults - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The two juveniles who were arrested in connection with a rock-throwing incident that caused a Boyle County Sheriff's deputy to wreck in late January have been ...



Man accused of stealing items on Danville High School campus during classes  WKYT

A Danville man has been arrested and charged after police say they were able to tie him to a recent string of burglaries.



Record number of Gatton Academy students named National Merit finalists  WBKO

Twenty-one seniors from The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science have been recognized as finalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship ...



Local schools compete in archery tourney | Local News  Danville Commercial News

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources' National Archery in the Schools Program Illinois State Tournament was Friday and today at the Orr Building on the ...



Sheriff offers reward following Danville High School burglary  WKYT

Boyle County Sheriff Derek Robbins is offering a reward for anyone who can help solve a burglary case at Danville High School.



Danville High School display anchor is from USS Cascade - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Editor's note: Research for this article was done by Andy Bryant, a DHS graduate and genealogist, and from ...



Danville changes assistant principal position at high school - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville High School is planning to replace an open assistant principal position with an instructional specialist, a move that could save the independent school ...



Safety in mind: Danville School District asks for assessment from Ky. Center for School Safety - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville Schools were given a “modified” safety check by members of the Kentucky Center for School Safety ...



Danville High School graduates 122 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Students laughed and cried their way through Friday's Danville High School graduation, as 122 students participated in the school's commencement ceremony ...



Danville basketball player breaks backboard before game  WKYT

A Danville High School basketball player was warming up for his game Tuesday night when he unexpectedly broke the backboard.



Danville school board candidates speak to public at forum - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville has “five extraordinary candidates to choose from” for three seats on the city school district's Board of Education, according to Barry Peel, a veteran ...



Remembering Jim Rogers, a Danville Distinguish Alumni - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

By PHIL OSBORNE. Danville Schools Education Foundation. You may have read last week that Jim Rogers — a Danville High School alum and former CEO of ...



Lt. Gov. kicks off 'Entrepreneurship Challenge' in Danville - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kentucky's lieutenant governor visited Danville High School Tuesday to kick off her Entrepreneurship Challenge and speak with local students about college ...



Danville PD will provide officer to city schools - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The Danville Police Department will once again be able to provide a school resource officer in the city schools ...



Police searching for suspect after Danville High School burglarized - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. An intruder broke into Danville High School early Wednesday morning and a cash reward is being offered for ...



Former Danville HS football coach accused of sodomizing minor in 1980s  WAVE 3

A former Kentucky high school football coach has been charged with abusing a child under age 16 while he was leading the team in the early 1980s.



Former Danville football coach pleads not guilty - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. STAFF REPORT. advocate@amnews.com. A former Danville High School football coach pleaded not guilty in ...



Danville girls soccer hopes to avenge loss to Boyle - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville and Boyle are rivals and everyone knows it. They have been rivals for, seemingly, as long as time. Soccer is no exception. With a record of seven wins ...



Ancestors of VanArsdall family immigrated from Belgium - The Andalusia Star-News  Andalusia Star-News

The family name of VanArsdall is rather rare in South Alabama. In fact, the only family known in Covington County wearing the name is that of John Wayne ...



Former Danville Schools DPP contests demotion: Hearing held Monday; Board of Education could issue decision today - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville Board of Education could decide today whether to uphold the demotion of one of the school district's highest-ranking administrators. Ed McKinney ...



Former high school football coach charged with sex crimes against children  USA TODAY High School Sports

A man who once served as the head coach at Highlands High School (Fort Thomas, Ky.) has been charged with sex crimes against children, according to court ...



Central office structure to change at Danville Schools - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville Independent School District will see a reduction in central office staff and potentially an increase in staff at the middle and high schools for the ...



Julia "Julie" Harding Hughes - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Julia Harding Hughes (Julie). 1964-2018. Julia Harding Hughes (Julie), beloved daughter of Sarah Ann Taylor Hughes and the late James Taylor Hughes, died ...



Jack C. Wallace - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Jack C. Wallace. 1935-2018. Jack C. Wallace, 83, passed away on December 28, 2018. Husband of 61 years to Carolyn Cooper Wallace. He was the son of the ...



Kentucky Sports Radio's editor speaks to Danville Rotary - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Tyler Thompson, KSR's editor-in-chief was Rotary's speaker on Oct. 12. She is a graduate of Danville High School ('02) and Davidson College ('06). She runs ...



Will Danville board reverse demotion/firing of Ed McKinney? We'll know in a few hours  Vaught's Views

By LARRY VAUGHT. In just a few hours the Danville Board of Education could decide whether to uphold the demotion of Ed McKinney, one of the district's most ...



Larry E. Wack - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Larry E. Wack. 1950-2019. Larry E. Wack, 68, Danville, Ky., died Monday; January 14, 2019 at his home in ...



Middle-schoolers to present play by Holocaust survivor - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. By DARREL RICKMERS. John W. Bate Middle School. John W. Bate Middle School of the Danville ...



Dr. James C. Simpson - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Dr. James C. Simpson. 1952-2018. Dr. James C. Simpson, 66, of Danville, passed away Thursday, October ...



State substantiates one allegation against Danville superintendent - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The state Office of Educational Accountability has determined that Danville Schools Superintendent Keith Look “impeded implementation of school-based ...



Danville students build robots, test them - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Students in the Robotics Design Essentials class at Danville High School put their creations to the test on Friday by putting robots in the pool at the Kentucky ...



Marsha Freeman Leavell - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Marsha Freeman Leavell. 1948-2019. Marsha Freeman Leavell, 70 years old, passed away February 1, 2019.



Danville softball players hope to improve record under new coach - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

By ELLIE DAMPIER. Danville High School. In past years, the Lady Admirals' softball team hasn't been too successful on the record books. They have had ...



Kentucky town produces two state champions in two days  Lexington Herald Leader

Boyle County and Danville won Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl championship state titles at Kroger Field in December 2017.



Clifford Berry steps down as Danville girls basketball head coach - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Berry took the job in June of last year as his first head coaching job. He went 14-14 in the 2017-18 season. “It was a tough decision. It was, honestly, the last one ...



More than $100K awarded in Hudson-Ellis funds: Blue Grass Community Foundation supports students, charitable organizations with endowment - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Jaden Mays said when her name was announced during awards night that she won the Hudson-Ellis ...



Music in action: "Little Shop of Horrors" - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Music in action: The cast of “Little Shop of Horrors” rehearse for tonight's opening at Danville High School. Director Beth Marlowe says she at first was reluctant ...



Danville schools land $508K literacy grant - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The Danville Independent School District has been awarded a hefty, almost-$508,000 grant, referred to as ...



Former Danville High School principal moving to central office - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Last week, Superintendent Keith Look sent out a letter announcing that Principal Catherine Slack would be moving to a different position in the district and ...



Keeping them entertained: Danville man has been in movie business for almost four decades - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Robin Strey is a familiar face to local movie goers. He's worked in area theaters since 1977, and now he's even on screen promoting the Danville Cinemas 8 ...



Bill Bandy named director of GABBF - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. A familiar face to many will take over at the helm of the Great American Brass Band Festival: Bill Bandy. He's a ...



Ralston takes over as principal at Danville High - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville High School Assistant Principal Haley Springate-Ralston has taken over as principal, Superintendent Keith Look announced unexpectedly Monday.



Danville has an airport, and the next two weekends, it’s also a theater  Lexington Herald-Leader

The flight has been canceled. Jim, Steve and their recently hired assistant, Zoe, are having to deal with an airline representative to arrange transportation and ...



Five from Danville and Boyle named National Merit Finalists - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Five students in Boyle County have been named National Merit Finalists; four from Boyle County High School and one from Danville High School. Seniors ...



DHS teachers hold walk-in, instead of leaving their kids, in hopes of getting lawmakers' attention over pension issue - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Several teachers at Danville High School participated in an organized “walk-in” before classes started Thursday morning, showing their opposition to Kentucky's ...



High school football notes: Danville already looking dominant  Lexington Herald Leader

In their season debuts, last year's Class 2A finalists — Danville and Christian Academy of Louisville — left little room for doubt that they should be the favorites to ...



Victor Cornell Boyd - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Victor Cornell Boyd. 1959-2019. Victor Cornell Boyd, 59, of Salvisa, died January 4, 2019. Born in Cincinnati ...



Meeting because we can: Human relations group offers annual family event to break down barriers - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. An annual offering for families from all different walks of life to join together in a celebration continues this year ...



‘Speechless.’ Small-school standout wins the 2017 Kentucky Mr. Football award  Lexington Herald Leader

Danville High School football player D'Mauriae VanCleave was named 2017 Mr. Football by the Kentucky Associated Press on Saturday, January 18, 2018.



Teachers and others take to Frankfort - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A sea of red flooded the Capitol on Monday as teachers and their supporters protested the Kentucky General Assembly after the Senate Bill 151 was passed last ...



DHS graduates 119 Thursday night - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The 119 students graduating from Danville High School looked forward to the future on Thursday night as they all walked across the stage to take their diplomas.



TEACHERS, STUDENTS, PARENTS UNITE - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Ben Kleppinger/ben.kleppinger@amnews.com Lincoln Green, a Jennie Rogers Elementary School student, circles the Weisiger Park fountain with a protest sign ...



Three students provide inspiration at Danville Schools kick-off - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville students will officially return to school on Wednesday, but three high-schoolers returned a few days early on Friday, to provide inspirational stories at the ...



Danville businesswoman elected to Farmers National Bank Board of Directors – Lane Report | Kentucky Business & Economic News  The Lane Report

DANVILLE, Ky. (March 9, 2018) — Patti Powell, president of Stuart Powell Ford-Lincoln-Mazda, has been named to the Farmers National Bank Board of ...



The top one percent: Five in Danville/Boyle schools qualify as National Merit Scholar finalists - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Five seniors in Danville and Boyle County schools have secured their places among the best of the best as National Merit Scholar finalists for 2017.



KABC announces Region Coaches and Players of the Year  WYMT News

(WYMT) - The Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches would like to announce the 2019 Regional Players and Coaches of the Year. The KABC Player of the ...



WKU selects 15 students for 2019-20 Cherry Presidential Scholarship  WBKO

(WBKO) -- Western Kentucky University released the names of scholarship recipients. WKU has selected 15 students as recipients of the 2019-20 Cherry ...



Frank X Walker Literary Festival to feature authors of color: Special performance includes police chief in first acting role - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The sixth Frank X Walker Literary Festival will be held Monday-Friday, Sept. 17-21 in Danville with a reading chain for fifth- and eighth-graders in all of the local ...



Principals, counselors set at Hogsett and Toliver schools for fall - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville Independent School District has named the principals for Mary G. Hogsett Primary School and Edna L. Toliver Intermediate School, which will officially ...



KABC announces 2019 Regional Players, Coaches of the Year  WKYT

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) -- The Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches would like to announce the 2019 Regional Players and Coaches of the Year.



ARCY paints Bunny: Street artist commemorates iconic African-American figure during Soul of 2nd St. - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A local iconic African American figure has become the subject of Danville's first large-scale portrait, painted by a well-known street artist. Ryan “ARCY” ...



Piecing together history: Civil War 'bed turning' event all about quilts of the era - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Pieceable Friends Quilt Guild, Boyle County Public Library and the Arts Commission of Danville-Boyle County are sponsoring a Civil War bed turning on ...



RCSHS Speech Team entering 2019 with momentum from early tournaments  Morehead News

The Rowan County Senior High School Speech Team is starting 2019 with high expectations and momentum from a highly successful first half of their season.



A history of Boyle County's judge-executive elections - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Who has been judge-executive in Boyle County when — and why — has become a topic of debate this election season. Republicans like Tom Tye have looked ...



Hardin wins Republican jailer primary - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Winning the Republican primary for Boyle County jailer race was “tough,” said LeeRoy Hardin Tuesday night after the ballots were counted. “I'm tickled to death ...



Bate Middle officially renamed John W. Bate Middle School - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews. James “Jackie” Lewis, a 1960 graduate, loaned his letter jacket to Glenn Ball with the Bate School Alumni Association to ...



Education news, Feb. 27 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

STANFORD — Reed Campbell has been selected to attend the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in ...



Business Briefs, May 16 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Staton Nesbitt joins Farmers National Bank. DANVILLE – Staton Nesbitt has joined Farmers National Bank as Assistant Vice President, Commercial Lender.



Alumni turn out to explain why losing mascot means more than meets the eye - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

About 30 people gathered at the Danville Board of Education meeting to voice their disagreement with a plan to change the Bate Middle School mascot from ...



Education news, March 13 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville sends 8 to Washington for CFL National Speech Tournament. Pictured left to right are Britton Minks, ...



Arrest of Danville school volunteer and youth director stems from texts, photos to teenage boys  WKYT

DANVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) - A Boyle County man was charged Monday with sending inappropriate text messages and photographs to two teenage boys.



Bills addressing principal hiring, teacher discipline on fast track  Courier Journal

Two bills that would result in big changes for how principals are hired and how teachers are disciplined are already headed to the Senate floor.



WKU selects 15 for 2019-20 Cherry Presidential Scholarship  WKU News

WKU has selected 15 students as recipients of the 2019-20 Cherry Presidential Scholarship, the school's most prestigious academic award. The scholarship is ...



Keepsakes, May 31 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Local students graduated from Centre College during the 194th Commencement ceremony held on campus Sunday, May 21 include: Danville. David Carter ...



Downtown Danville gaining a new restaurant — Harvey's - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

An out-of state job reassignment; the birth of a child; an existing five-generation family-owned funeral business; and the closing of two downtown restaurants ...



Dancing the night away - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Seven groups competed in the Dancing with the Danville Stars Saturday night at Gravely Hall. The event raised $23,986.85 for the Danville Schools Education ...



Morgan wins Miss Danville title - The Interior Journal  Interior Journal

Shelby Morgan of Lincoln County will compete in the Miss Kentucky Scholarship Pageant in June. Morgan was crowned Miss Danville at Danville High School's ...



Public records, July 28 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. BOYLE. DISTRICT COURT. Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and ...



Danville art class plans to color the city — with yarn - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews.com. Cloe Shear crochets a hat during Shelly Stinnet's class at Danville High School. In April, trees around Danville will be ...



Danville grad with lofty ambitions now in second year at West Point - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

“It's kind of what I expected. I would probably say it's more than what I expected,” Alcorn said. He called it “rough” because of a “rigorous academic program,” ...



David George Sims - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

David George Sims, age 69 of Bradfordsville, KY, passed away Friday, November 10, 2017 at his residence. He was born on July 15, 1948 in Boyle County, KY.



The Gatton Academy Advances to 2019 National Science Bowl  WKU News

(Left to right): Jennifer Woodard (DOE Paducah Site Lead), Rithwik Ghanta, Hasitha Ramisetti, Anas Gondal, David Suarez, Cheryl Kirby-Stokes, Ngoc Nguyen, ...



Experience Danville camp gives kids education, fun - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A total of 358 students attended the two-week Experience Danville-PEP Camp at Danville High School, which ends on Friday, and focuses half the day on ...



CU honors teachers at ceremony - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

CAMPBELLSVILLE – At THE 31th annual Excellence in Teaching Awards program, Campbellsville University recognized 190 teachers from 69 school districts.



First-ever Farm City Festival this month in Danville - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Bringing the farm to the people, the first-ever Farm City Festival will be held on Sept. 30 at The Showroom in Danville. There's a lot of farm to bring — there are ...



Primary Profiles 2018: Gay, Sandidge compete for magistrate nomination - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Editor's note: This is the fifth in a series of stories from The Advocate-Messenger looking at every contested local race on the May 22 primary ballots. Check back ...



Keepsakes, Dec. 27 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Several members of the Boyle-Mercer County Helping Hands Board provided Thanksgiving dinners to 10 less fortunate families. Members present from left to ...



365 new days, 365 new chances - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Text and photo by KELSEY WILCHER. Danville High School. Alaysia Texidor gets a headstart on her New ...



Scarlet Cup Theater goes to school over spring break - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Maintaining its mission of providing provocative and entertaining site-specific theater, Scarlet Cup kicks off its third season with the intense drama “Gidion's Knot” ...



DHS grad Graham will debut Juilliard songs at recital March 9 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Local stand-out soprano Lydia Grace Graham, a graduate of Danville High School and second-year soprano at The Juilliard School, will present a free recital at ...



Kentucky students win Speech and Debate District Tournament, move on to Grand Nationals - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kentucky's best high school speech and debate students went head to head at Centre College March 17 and 18 at the annual Kentucky District Tournament of ...



Keepsakes, Oct. 11 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Christine Marie Ferko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gerard Ferko, of Prospect, and Winfield McKee Frankel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Frankel, III, ...



Morgan County Board of Education prepares for coming year - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County Board of Education met June 13. The meeting began with the county school system being recognized for its $1.41 million of energy ...



Hartselle High welcomes internet sensation - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle High School will be welcoming internet sensation Gerry Brooks to a special event recognizing educators Feb. 2. Celebrate Educators will be taking ...



Business briefs, March 7 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Nationally recognized for her restaurant and bar featuring an exhaustive collection of bourbons, Mary Robin Spoonamore founded Jane Barleycorn's on Fourth ...



Business news, Nov. 1 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Matthew R. Walter has been appointed by the First Federal Savings Bank of Kentucky Board of Directors to fulfill the unexpired term of retiring Director, W. Banks ...



Education briefs, June 20 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) have announced more than 3,200 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and ...



Beauty and grace: Danville teen wins Miss Kentucky Teen USA pageant - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. One of Danville's own has a shot of making it on the national stage, in more ways than one. Olivia Prewitt, 18 ...



'There's a fight in me' Danville native, former football player raising money for stem cell treatment - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

To be able to walk again is a dream for Jeffrey Guest, a dream that could one day be in his reach if the Danville native can raise the funds. “I feel like this is God's ...



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