Matney speaks to the 2019 class Tuesday morning. This past Tuesday, Molly Matney, better known as Miss Kentucky to some, visited Barren County High School to speak to the junior class regarding her story of successes. In 2008, Miss Kentucky visited Matney’s alma mater, Metcalfe County High School. She said
Has your girlfriend Jessica finally left you for that handsome, flawless boy named Adam she never stopped talking about? Or did your S.O. do the scadaddle because “It’s not you, it’s me”? Well, we’ve got some sick tips – and maybe even tricks – to get your boo back this
The Barren County Early College Magnet Program hosted its monthly meeting Jan. 9 in the BCHS Auditorium. Magnet alumni from recent graduating classes were invited to speak about their college experiences and gave some advice regarding how current Magnet students, who are about to enter college, should approach the experience.
The second BCHS Magnet meeting of the year was held on Oct. 31. Brenna Sherril from the Study Abroad and Global Learning Office at Western Kentucky University came to BCHS to share information to students about the program at WKU. Sherril explained some of the benefits of studying abroad,
Are you a middle aged dude or dudette who dreads the Halloween season because every time it rolls around, you have to clean toilet paper off of your house and occasionally get a slimy piece stuck on your hand that was soaking up egg yolks overnight? Well, we can help!