Grant County High School is looking for a new basketball coach after Jim Hicks is moving back to Eastern Kentucky after this school year.
Hicks came to Grant County in 2010 and amassed a 48-42 record in three seasons as the boys head basketball coach.
Hicks said his decision to leave is what he believes to be in the best interest of him and his family.
“Former superintendent Mike Hibbett brought me in three years ago and he made it clear that he wanted the basketball program to be important. He gave me a lot of resources and made it important.
• Pastor Earl Breeden - 859-814-7594 and Pastor Randy Robinson – 859-414-7253
• Youth Leaders Daniel Coomer - 859-443-2503 and Colby Carrig - 859-814-4007
• New Year corporate fast. This will be the first day of each month for 2013. There will be a meeting at 6:30 p.m. on the first day of the month at the church to pray together and break bread.
• Sunday morning church service - 10:45 a.m. Youth group service at 6:30 p.m. every Sunday night.
Cody Rice and Dustin Graham, two auto tech seniors at Grant County High School, won second place in Kentucky’s Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills Competition. The challenge was to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair the 2013 Ford Focus faster and better. With the timer set, each team faced their challenge at Heritage Hall (Rupp Arena) in Lexington. Ten Ford vehicles had been uniformly “bugged” with multiple ailments. The teams were given the car’s symptoms and they were off to work.
• YOUTH TENNIS
The next Rafael Nadal could get his start at the new Youth Tennis program for children ages 5 to 13 years old.
Three sessions teaching the fundamentals of tennis will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. June 3, June 10 and June 17 at Webb Park in Williamstown.
The cost is $15 per person and registration is required by 4 p.m. Friday, May 31.
Rackets and balls will be provided, but youth can also bring their own equipment.
Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Nicholson
Charlotte “Charlie” Nicholson is the WES Head Start Student of the Week. She is in Pam Mullin’s class. “Charlie has many friends in class. Charlie tries new activities and doesn’t give up easily.” Mullins said.
Her favorite thing about school is playing with friends at gym.
Her favorite book is ‘I’ll love you forever’. Her favorite thing to do as a family is to go to church.