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Amanda Jones Good, Class of 1997, and her husband, the Rev. Jon Good, Class of 1995, have been formally endorsed by American Baptist International Ministries (IM) for mission service in Hungary. The Farmington Hills, Michigan, couple will serve through the Baptist Union of Hungary, an IM partner, and will work primarily with the Baptist […]
The Miss Kentucky Pageant has announced that Lydia Blaise Allen, currently Miss Horse Capital of the World, is one of the five finalists for its Heather French Henry Quality of Life Award. The winner will be announced Thursday at noon. (Editor’s Note: Lydia’s mother, Ria Allen, reports that Lydia did not make the final cut […]
The Southeastern Conference announced on Wednesday (June 22) that 1965 alumnus Ben Oldham, who has nearly 40 years of experience in the SEC officiating program, will assume the role of Coordinator of Football Replay for the 2016 football season. The newly-created position will report to SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw and help […]
As most of you know, Georgetown College has a long history as one of Kentucky’s most distinguished private institutions of higher education. Its many decades are filled with successes, but there also have been times of challenge. One such period is what the College is currently moving through.
In 2012 and 2013, Georgetown suffered […]
Georgetown College hosts at least two dozen academic and other programs as well as a variety of athletic camps each summer, accommodating upwards of 7,000 individuals from late May to early August. Activities begin with the annual Horsey Hundred bicycling event over Memorial Day weekend which uses the campus as its headquarters.
That everything runs […]