Today's News

  • Walnut Hill Elementary 4th graders win health challenge
  • Graduation, district calendar set

    During a March 14 Liberty-Casey County Chamber of Commerce meeting Casey County High School Principal and Chamber President Josh Blevins announced that this year’s high school graduation would be held at (7 p.m.) on May 24 in the Casey County High School gymnasium.

    In a February Casey County Board of Education meeting, the board revealed the 2018-2019 academic calendar. The 2018-2019 school year will start on Aug. 9 for students, with staff having a professional development day on Aug. 6, a staff work day on August 7, and opening day being on Aug. 8.

  • Happy 98th birthday, Emogene!

    Emogene Randolph celebrated her 98th birthday on Jan. 9. At the time she was in the Casey County Hospital. Thirty-seven members of her family celebrated with her at her home on Easter Sunday. When at home Emogene enjoys sewing baby quilts to sell and reading as much as she can.

  • Casey News on Vacation

    Becky Powell, Jr., and Brin Powell, visited the Jefferson Davis home in Biloxi, Miss.

  • Board discusses school safety, construction and other business

    During an April 9 Casey County Board of Education meeting board members discussed a new school safety measure, finishing construction at Liberty Elementary, and other business.

    Superintendent Marion Sowders told the board of a new school safety measure that he recommended the board approve for purchasing for the next school year. The system called the Security Voice/Safe School Hotline service is a tip line service that students would be able to call or text incidences, bullying issues or safety concerns to the tip line and those tips would be sent to school leaders.

  • Jones Park Elementary School honor roll

    Kindergarten — Attendance: Myles Allen, Raylan Ware, Andrea Carman

    1st grade — Attendance: Jameelah Bills, Andrew Elmore, Sierra Lawhorn, Lucas Warren

  • Big innings plaguing Lady Rebels softball

    Lexington Catholic 11 Casey 6

    Looking to build on their win versus Frankfort on April 20, the Lady Rebels hosted Lexington Catholic on April 21.

  • Casey baseball goes 1-3

    This week in Casey County Baseball action on April 16, the Rebels blanked Clinton County 16-0 as three Casey County pitchers combined to no-hit the bulldogs. On April 17, Casey would struggle against district foe Rockcastle, as the Rockets would blank the Rebels by a score over 11-0 in five innings. Looking for revenge at Rockcastle on April 19, Casey would fight hard but come up just short in a hard fought game losing to the Rockets 2-1.

  • Rebel tennis improves to 9-3

    A 2-0 week for Casey County boy’s tennis puts the Rebels at 9-3 and one win away from an 18th consecutive 10-win season and an 18th-straight winning season.

    “It is a credit to those players that have committed themselves in making a positive impact on our athletic program at Casey County High School. All the players that have devoted their team and efforts to this program, I will be forever grateful.”

  • Lady Rebels dominant in two wins

    As the tennis season approaches its final stage, the Lady Rebels take their ninth and tenth wins of the regular season and loose a close one to the Lady Admirals.

    Casey blanked Garrard County 5-0 Tuesday, April 17 in their first match of the week and followed that with a 7-2 win over Wayne County. In a back-to-back, the Lady Rebels came up short to a much-improved Danville team 3-2.