Student starts organization to reunite GSP Scholars

Paige Graves Staff writer With only three weeks of school behind us, a new organization has already begun to develop. Austin Starks, sophomore from Mortons Gap, Ky., is the founder of the Governor’s Scholar Program – College Community organization. Starks is an alumnus of the 2009 GSP program and realized as time went by, he Read More

Racer bus routes add early evening line

Savannah Sawyer Contributing writer It is 9 p.m. on a Thursday and you just realized you are out of coffee. How do you plan on staying up through all hours of the night studying for your exams if you do not have the caffeine to keep you up? You have no car and it is Read More

New hair trend rises among students, community

Anna Taylor Assistant Features Editor Itching for a new look? Whether it’s time for a haircut, new style or different hair color, local beauty salons, drugstores and even gas stations are selling the new hair trend – feathers. Hair feathers or feather extensions are attached or clipped into hair. The types of feathers trending at Read More

Student author self-publishes mystery novel

Anna Taylor Assistant Features Editor When she was in middle school, Tabitha Greer, freshman from Garfield, Ky., started writing her first story and what would eventually become a published novel. With the imagination and creative mind of someone above her age, Greer started putting pen to paper. “I was sitting on the couch at my Read More

Channel Surfing: Conversations with yourself

Charlotte Kyle Features Editor It’s hard to believe we live in a world where an actor can have more than 120 titles listed on IMDb yet they are not considered a “real actor.” This is the attitude many studios, critics and fans have about voice actors, and it is absolutely ridiculous. Voice acting is a Read More

Comedy horror flop holds cult potential

Features Editor Charlotte Kyle writes the movie reviews. The “vampires, werewolves and zombies” genre has been beaten to death in the past few years, but that doesn’t stop filmmakers from raising the dead. In the comedy horror film “Dylan Dog:?Dead Of Night” Brandon Routh (“Superman”) stars as the title character, a private investigator whose specialty Read More

Two-day music festival draws crowds to Kenlake

Staff Report The 22nd annual Hot August Blues Festival is today and Saturday at Kenlake State Park Amphitheater. The annual music festival is two days of food, fun, friends and exceptional music by local, regional and charted artists, according to the event’s website. Hot August Blues has been listed in the top 10 summer events Read More

Country group to play CFSB Center

Charlotte Kyle Features Editor Six-time Grammy Award winning country group Lady Antebellum will perform at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at the CFSB Center as part of their “Own the Night” tour. Pre-sale tickets went on sale Wednesday while tickets for the general public are available today. Matt Parker, assistant facility manager of the CFSB Center Read More