Several Marion County High School students won awards at the Caveland Regional Art Show held in Horse Cave recently. Senior Carrie Fowler won first place in drawing for her self-portrait. Senior Sarah Kuchar won for her “Hogwarts Bridge.” Merideth Bartley’s “Photograph” won first place in photography. Shea Downs received an honorable mention in painting for her “Ice Cream Bros” (after Wayne Thiebaud).
Marion County High School student Matthew Courtwright is one of 60 students selected for the Class of 2017 in the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University.
He is the son of David and Jennifer Courtwright of Campbellsville.
Coldwell Banker’s parent company, Realogy Holdings Corp., has once again been recognized a 2015 World’s Most Ethical Company, by the Ethisphere Institute, the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices.
Asia Ford’s third-to-last finish in Saturday’s Rodes City Run is getting more attention than anyone ahead of her because of help she had from Louisville Metro Police Lt. Aubrey Gregory in reaching the finish line.
On Facebook, Ford thanked Gregory after the race saying that she had “messed up and forgot to eat this morning.”