Academic Team 6th

CCMS 6th Grade Academic Team scores well in Showcase

Posted December 5, 2023 at 1:58 pm

The Clinton County Middle School 6th Grade Academic Team students competed in the 6th Grade Showcase Saturday at Green County Middle School.  The 6th Grade Showcase is an academic event designed to provide a competitive opportunity for Kentucky’s sixth graders.  The team placed 2nd in Quick Recall.  Quick Recall members are – Emma Shelton, Brylin Stearns, Eva Brewington, Shayne Swaim, Owen Staton, Layne Shelton, Isabella Oesterreicher, and Kayden Glidewell.  The following students placed in written assessment: Brylin Stearns – 2nd Place Science, Layne Shelton – 6th Place Science, Owen Staton – 5th Place Social Studies, Shaylee Albertson – 5th Place Language Arts, Eva Brewington – 4th Place Arts and Humanities and 5th Place Composition, Emma Shelton – 2nd Place Arts and Humanities, Aleeah Shelley – 4th Place Composition.  Congratulations Team! The team is coached by Rebecca Shelton Crabtree.


    Local student organizes blood drive

    Posted November 29, 2023 at 10:06 am

    On Monday, November 27, Wellness Center employee Kellie Brown, organized a blood drive held at the Wellness Center. The event saw 30 donors donate blood. Brown said she was pleased to do this for the community and is thankful for all those who donated their time and blood to her

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    Choate's Park

    Improving the neighborhood . . .

    Posted November 29, 2023 at 10:04 am

    Improving the neighborhood . . .

    Albany attorney David Choate has spent several weeks recently transforming the vacant lot adjacent to his Cumberland Street law practice and making a tremendous improvement in the appearance and usefulness of the area.  The lot, vacant and unkempt for many years, except for occasional mowings,

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    ECC writes Thanksgiving messages

    Posted November 22, 2023 at 1:52 pm

    Ms. Jamie Cooksey’s
    Morning Preschool Class

    I am thankful for…

    I am thankful for Nana, Mommy, Pa, Mammy, Uncle Bob, my brother and sisters.  Chase Anderson

    I am thankful for my Mommy, my baby brother, Chase and Addison and all my family.  Grace Anderson

    I am thankful for my mom and dad, my brother and

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    WANY honored at chamber banquet

    Posted November 15, 2023 at 8:59 am

    WANY owner Pam Allred, along with WANY voice Randy Speck and former employee Al Cross, had a lot to say about the history of WANY over the years as Allred accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award given by the Albany/Clinton County Chamber

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    Prince of pull-tabs

    Posted November 1, 2023 at 8:44 am

    An effort at Albany Elementary School to collect aluminum pull tabs as a fundraiser for a charity received a boost from one of its students, Jagger Fryman.
    Jagger, a student in Ms. Paige Staton Cavanah’s room, leaned on family members to assist him in collecting pull tabs for the fundraising event,

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    2023 Foothills Festival Pageant Winners

    Posted October 25, 2023 at 11:52 am

    The Foothills Festival Prince and Princess was crowned Thursday night at the Learning Center. Winners were Lynnex Sawyers, son of Zack and Taylor Sawyers, and Ravyn Creekmore, daughtrer of Michael and Casey Creekmore. First runners-up were Rhett Soma, son of Jalen

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    Posted October 18, 2023 at 12:39 pm


    0-6 Months Boys: 1St Place: Rowan Dale Means, 2Nd Place:  Tyson Cole Hurt, 3Rd Place: Kayden Young.

    0-6 Months Girls: 1St Place: Aria Kate Reagan, 2Nd Place: Ramsey Blake Conner, 3Rd Place: Ansley Jae Sanders.

    7-11 Months Boys: 1St Place: Jaxson Cruz Perez, 2Nd Place: Holden Butler, 3Rd

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    Big day at Tri-County

    Posted October 18, 2023 at 12:28 pm

    It was a crowded day at Tri-County Animal Shelter, as Tri-County and Tyson personnel, along with county officials, volunteers and plenty of dogs and cats, got together for another free adoption day event.  At one point near mid-day Saturday, cars were parked on both sides of the driveway leading from

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