GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College ‘signed’ its newest – and youngest – women’s lacrosse team member Tuesday. Kyra Smith, 6, a Leslie County girl stricken with a brain tumor, signed a ‘letter of commitment’ during a noon-hour ceremony at the College’s leadership and conference center. It was attended by team members, numerous other athletes, college […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – The most effective way to combat the enslavement of individuals against their will in developing countries is to refrain from purchasing goods that do not bear a Fair Trade Certified label. That was the essence of the message from Amy Weinfurtner, manager of PeaceCraft, a Fair Trade retail outlet in Berea, […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Young Democrats from throughout the Commonwealth will gather in Georgetown, Ky., April 17-19, for the annual Kentucky Young Democrats convention. It is being hosted by the Georgetown College and Scott County Young Democrats and is expected to attract nearly 100 delegates.
It’s the first time in recent memory for the statewide meeting to be […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – A regional robotics competition, Robo Challenge Xtreme (RCX), returns to the campus of Georgetown College for the sixth consecutive year. It is scheduled for Saturday, March 21, in the George H.W. Bush Center on College Street in Georgetown.
Teams representing central Kentucky elementary, middle and high schools are scheduled to participate. They are […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College men’s basketball learned its fate for its 24th straight NAIA Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship. It is the No. 12 Tigers (25-7) 34th appearance all-time with a 61-33 overall record. All three marks are records for the NAIA.
GC earned a first round match up with Arizona […]