The Frankfort boys’ basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped by a 71-51 loss to the Warriors on Thursday night at Danville.
AARON KENNEDY /firstname.lastname@example.orgKING: Malik King tries to shoot over a pair of Warriors in the second half.
CAMPBELL: Senior guard Jordan Campbell pulls up for a jumper in the first half of Frankfort’s Thursday night game at Danville. Campbell finished with 10 points.
Photos by AARON KENNEDYemail@example.comTAYLOR: Frankfort junior forward Carter Taylor scores after receiving an entry pass from Malik King in the first half of the Hot Dogs’ Sa
Blue Ridge Primary second-grader Caiden Davis reads from the informational booklet he made on long neck dinosaurs to his father at the school Friday. Second-grade students have bee
Blue Ridge Primary second-grader Ashlynn Posey goes over her display on cats to family friend Cody Fuller at the school Friday. The second-grade students spent the final part of th
Parents, family and guests take turns going to displays made by Blue Ridge Primary students Friday. The second-grade students gathered in the cafeteria to set up their cardboard di
Blue Ridge Primary second-grader Azul Nejia shows off her display on cats to her grandmother Friday. Blue Ridge students have been working on research projects for six weeks. The s
A crane places a pallet containing a stone from the Dorner building on the ground during the beginning of demolition Wednesday. The stones were taken down one-by-one in order to pr
Workers with C & S Metals Inc. slide a piece of the Dorner building façade onto a pallet during the beginning of demolition Wednesday. Some of the stones and large Dorner s
Frankfort Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe, left, and C & S Metals Inc. owner Cody Sanders watch over the construction on the Dorner building Wednesday. Washington Stre
Wesley Manor CEO and President Dave Kinder announces his resignation during a meeting of the family council Wednesday. Kinder cited personal conflicts with BHI as his reason for le
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