At Monday’s Franklin County Schools Board of Education meeting, Garan Hayden was named the student Champion of the Month for October.
Forty 2021 high school graduates from Frankfort have been named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
In the opening Commonwealth Academic League match of the season, Western Hills hosted and defeated Shelby County Monday. The final was WHHS 146 and Shelby 57.
Charles Lewis is still working in the Franklin County Schools district, just not as principal at Franklin County High.
Franklin County senior Ashley Layson is involved in several extracurricular activities, and she still finds time to be an excellent student.
Krista Sturgeon’s world changed forever in December with the passing of her father, Don Sturgeon, from COVID-19, but she’s come up with a way to honor her father and help people at the same time.
The Franklin County Schools Board of Education approved a tax rate of 71.3 cents per $100 assessed value for real and personal property at a special-called meeting Monday.
Damon Greene devoted his life to children, spending 27 years as the chorus teacher at Elkhorn Middle School.
For Kendall Harper, the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs was a chance to learn, develop a business and help with an issue that’s close to her heart.
The Franklin County Schools Board of Education has scheduled a public hearing on its 2022 tax rate proposal, which will be lower than the 2021 tax rate.
William E. Cofield Sr. served on the Franklin County Schools Board of Education for 25 years, but perhaps what he will most be remembered for is lending his name to a “conceptual” school housed in the Franklin County Career and Technical Center.
The Franklin County School Board is meeting Friday at 2 p.m. with just one agenda item to consider: revision of the upcoming school year’s calendar.
Franklin County Schools approved the allocation of $500,000 to the district’s schools to help teachers with their classrooms during its board meeting Monday.
Abe VanHouten, son of Melissa and Bert VanHouten, has been awarded the Bert Hawkins Memorial Scholarship by the scholarship’s board of directors and the Frankfort Country Club.
Tricycles can be more than a form of entertainment. For some children, they’re a means of socialization and exercise.
Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman awarded $15 million in grants to 150 local Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSCs) from the second round of the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund 2 (GEER II).
A Western Hills student recently participated in Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program at The University of Kentucky.
Three students from Frankfort who are attending the Gatton Academy of Mathmetics and Science at Western Kentucky University are continuing summer learning in modified internships and programs.
The University of Kentucky held its 154th May commencement at Rupp Arena during the weekend of May 14th. Among the graduates honored was Tyler Gayheart, who received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the College of Communication and Information.
Olivia Onodu, a recent Western Hills graduate, was awarded the Democratic Woman’s Club of Franklin County’s $1,000 scholarship recently.