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COVINGTON, Ky., June 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Gravity Diagnostics has been chosen as a 2021 Fast 55 finalist by the Cincinnati Business Courier. The Fast 55 Award is granted to privately held companies in the region with the fastest growth in the past year.
CARBONDALE — Southern Illinois offensive lineman ZeVeyon Furcron is one of nine finalists for a prestigious postgraduate scholarship that is awarded annually by the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association. A graduate student and All-Conference guard, Furcron was also among 54 individuals named to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team on Thursday.
The Duchess of Cambridge asked one of the finalists from her Hold Still project for photography tips after praising her "fantastically composed" entry.
Martinez, the Huskers' three-year starter, has a 3.50 GPA in management and will graduate on Saturday.
The application deadline passed Wednesday, and Chancellor Rebecca Blank and a search committee will weigh candidates with hopes of hiring a new AD by early June.
10 of last year's 'Idol' hopefuls have been invited back for a second chance.
Appalachian Newspapers recently named its All-Mountain Teams.
The All-Mountain team will consist of Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, First-Team, Second-Team, Third-Team and Honorable Mentions.
The All-Mountain Teams consist of Players from Mingo County, Pike County, Floyd County, Johnson County and Perry County and entire 15th Region coverage areas.
The All-Mountain Team was voted on by Appalachian Newspapers sports writers: Randy White, Cory Vance, Steve LeMaster, Trevor Thacker, Mike Muncy and Cody Davis.
All-Mountain Coach of the Year
The first-ever Appalachian Newspapers Inc. Coach of the Year is Pikeville’s Dave Thomas.
LEXINGTON — The Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) will honor the top officials for 2018 on May 6 at its 25th annual officials recognition banquet. The ceremony, conducted at the KHSAA Offices, honors the finalists for each sport in which the KHSAA licenses officials. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. with the program scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. Among the basketball official of the year candidates is Hazard resident Kristie Combs. A veteran official, Combs has been nominated for the award along with Tyrone Fields (Whitesburg), James Johns (Louisville) and Raymond Lightfoot (Frankfort).
The Appalachian Newspapers recently named its All-Mountain Team.
The All-Mountain Team consists of Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, First-Team, Second-Team, Third-Team and Honorable Mentions.
The All-Mountain Teams consist of Players from Mingo County, Pike County, Flody County, Johnson County and Perry County and the entire 15th Region coverage areas.
The All-Mountain Team was voted on by Appalachian Newspapers sports writers: Randy White, Cory Vance, Steve LeMaster, Trevor Thacker and Mike Muncy.