With Chair Debby Edelen absent because of illness, the Woodford County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to table all decisions related to a...

Board tables action on unrestricting dollars for new WCHS

May 20, 2020

Pandemic halts Brengelman’s performances as leader in suffrage movement

May 20, 2020

Flowers and cookies bring cheer to Daisy Hill on Mother’s Day

May 13, 2020

Celebrating students, families with ‘Parade of Champions’

May 6, 2020

Orchestra teacher’s band sharing music with virtual performances

April 29, 2020

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The Woodford County High School volleyball team’s domination of the 30th District concluded in the only way that would have made sense - with a 3-0 victory over Spencer County last Wednesday to claim the district championship in Taylorsville. The win moved the Lady Yellow Jackets’ record to 29-8 on the season.
WCHS won 25-20, 25-22 and 25-19 to defeat the Lady Bears in their home gym and advance to the 8th Region Tournament as...

October 30, 2019

"It’s brutal. It’s a test, mentally and physically,” says Daegan Bush.
The Woodford County High School senior is describing what it’s like to play offensive line, but he could just as easily be describing his day-to-day life since March. That’s when his mother, Corinna Stumbo, passed away at the age of 39. Since then, the Yellow Jacket right tackle has used the sport he loves, and the football family it’s given him, to keep mo...

A ride-along in the cruisers of two Versailles police officers last Friday afternoon and evening began quietly, but the unknowns of law enforcement confront Officer Robbie Lile after he sees a homeless man (with a noticeable limp) walking alongside Lexington Road.
The 23-year-old man tells Lile that he’s walking to Virginia to see his one-and-a-half-year-old niece. His journey began hundreds of miles away in Colorado. He’s bee...

The Woodford Sun is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. For this special issue, with its emphasis on local history, we spoke with three of the people who had the biggest impact on the paper – and community – over the last half-century. The years following their names are those when they worked for the Sun.
Nancy Turner, 1960-2014
‘It felt like a family’
Nancy Turner was raised at the Kentucky Methodist Home, where her...

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