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B6 December 15, 2016 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD print@jpinews.com Hart County Raider Matthew Middleton and Braydon Bell ready themselves for a re- bound. Photo by Stanley Bell Hart County Lady Raider Mahailey Bruton gets the rebound against LaRue Coundy. Photo by Stanley Bell Scholars of the Week Special to Jobe Publishing, Inc. The Honors College at WKU and WBKO-TV hosted a reception on Dec. 6 to honor the 2016- 2017 Scholar of the Week recipients. The Scholar of the Week program recognizes young scholars in south- central Kentucky and the WBKO viewing area for their academic and extra- curricular activities. The Honors College at WKU has been partnering with WBKO since 2010 on the Scholar of the Week Pro- gram. Out of more than 250 ap- plicants, 72 students were chosen as Scholars of the Week for the 2016-20!7 academic school year and have their name, high school and accomplish- ments air on segments on WBKO's "10 PM News" on Tuesdays and "AM Kentucky" on Wednes- days. Each student is invited to a reception to celebrate their achieve- ments, recognize them individually, and reward two Scholar of the Week students with a $1,000 scholarship for WKU. This year's two scholar- ship winners are Heath- er McKinney, a senior at Warren East High School, and Valentina Pinilla, a senior at South Warren High School. McKinney has a 3.976 GPA and is a member of the Academic Team and Beta Club. She plans to pursue a career in the medical or veterinary fields of study and hopes to be able to give back to the community through- out her academic and pro- fessional years. Pinilla intends to major in either International Busi- ness, Business Admin- istration or Psychology with a minor in Spanish. She is the treasurer of stu- dent council and the Vice President of Marketing for the Spirit Club. She also participates in Na- tional Honor Society, Beta Club and Future Business Leaders of America while maintaining a 3.9 GPA. Dr. Craig T. Cobane, Ex- ecutive Director of the Honors College at WKU, believes the Scholar of the Week program pro- vides a wonderful show- case of the quality of our local school systems and it reaffirms the mission of WKU and the Hon- ors College to propel our scholars to even greater academic and profession- al heights. The following area stu- dents were recognized as Scholars of the Week for the 2016-2017 academic year: Allen County-Scotts- ville High School: Ty Foster, Olivia Hawkins Barren County High Schooh Steven Birge, Lydia Brooks, Mackenzie Burd, Sara Davis, Natalie Gray, Taryn Kerley, Kylee Pipgrass, Caleb South, Erin Walton Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science: Benjamin Kash, Deeya Patel, Meghan Perez Glasgow High School: Brooklyn Brown Hart County High School: Chelsea Hatcher Metcalfe County High School: Cheyenne Perry Monroe County High REAL AMERICAN ENTERPRISES LLC Bare Arms Firearms Firearms Instock,and Special Order Ammunition Instock and Special Order Hunting Accessories Spedal Order EUGENE FAHEY Owner~President efaheyO2Ol@sbcglobal.net 3405 Breddlng Road RO.Box 613 Edmonton; Ky 42129 27o143Z5488 805.975.5498 School: Lexie Emmert About the Honors Col- lege at WKU: WKU is home to the only inde- pendent Honors College in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Created in 2007, the Honors Col- lege at WKU provides an intimate, highly se- lective learning environ- ment where gifted and high-achieving students can develop the skills to .prepare them for success in the nation's top aca- demic and career oppor- tunities. Hart County Raider Graham Branstetter walks with confidence as he heads to court. Photo by Stanley Bell m lmNift m b[uegrassceilular, com 1800-928,23551 Shop anytime, Sign up for commun~ news and special offers or find a career at bluegresscetlutar.com, |I }~} ~ pl~l~L'~ptL~ioos feato~8 and dala sel'~ices 0~ e SIJb ,Pal I,~ tt'rf ) r~r (( ti;'lil;~t u:::~ ;qr ifltJ~, tlltl [1[' avail,'~bte in ~1l~ al cos Btl.%rass CelhJb~ floes ~o[ l ~lSt~lltl~ tl~ OP~lrlfl aYal[abl[ity o[ proi11ohooa[ p i1 r, lrl~J ,icreell ~'i~ ~t~ ~m! I,~fl,d (Ih: ~!sl' ~g;( i[; 31'~i', 1~ [ I fll)O ,#28 ( [ ..L. 1~ ~J t)~l kl bi~le~jr a ,,sr;~)t[a lar [~m. L Or ~idl your I'~are~t BLuegrass Calhjla~ [I~;ation fol d~llz, is. ~!!2(]1(, C'!',~ ,v, f'~,l ,~1~: I~ ,, 74~ f ,;~ ~e:,:=,~v~.al