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t -1 r5f! (7) f A b L, D4 THE COURIER-JOURNAL KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, 1998 700 Governor's Scholars chosen for five-week summer program The Courier-Journal The state of Kentucky has released the names of 700 outstanding high school juniors who will be Governor's Scholars this summer. Students from public and private schools competed for selection. They represent 115 of the state's 120 counties. A statewide selection committee chose the participants from nominees from each Kentucky school district. Selection criteria included academic records, test scores, teacher recommendations, extracurricular activities and essays. The program is free. Students will spend five weeks at either Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights or Centre College in Danville. They will have a busy academic schedule in the sciences, humanities and the arts, plus a variety of other activities. They also will participate in community projects, seminars and other activities that are often initiated by the students themselves. The following participants are from outside the Louisville area. (If there is no high school after a student's name, the school has the county's name). The list also identifies the few scholars whose home county differs from the one where they go to school. The Governor's Scholars are: Adair County Daniel Lynn Anile, Adam Francis Zomes. Allen County Danna Lee Buchanon, Laura Kathleen McCollum, Rachel Helen Roberts, Scottsville High School. Anderson County Amanda Nicole Champion, Stephen Wesley Jones, Elwood Arthur Mullins, Stefany Rose Nearhoof, Terry Brandon Thacker. Ballard County Lisa Leann Jordan, Ballard Memorial High. Barren County Marsha Lynn Bush, Lisa Ellender Ford, Tracy Michelle Goodman, Barren County High; Benjamin Ford Asriel, Alison Sarah Furlong, Timothy Justin Gillenwater Jr., Laura Long Klapheke, Glasgow High. Bell County Clyde Bishop Johnson Jr. Boone County Bethany Leota Cookston, Anthony Daniel Milner, Boone County High; Shawntel Lyn Ensminger, Wesley Thomas Ryle, Anne Marie Woods, Conner High; Christopher Scott Kenner, Covington Catholic High. Kenton County; Matthew Raymond Johnson, Susan Elizabeth Powell, Christopher Ryan Stieha, Ryle High; Vanessa Marie Fritsch, Katherine Elizabeth Stanton, Abby Marie Volz, St. Henry District High, Kenton County; Emily Louise Barth, Rebecca Elizabeth Butler, Karen Anne Wethington, Walton-Verona High. Bourbon County Steven Alan Robb, Amy Marie Waugh, Bourbon County High, Katherine Kemp Collins, Julia Walden Jones, Paris High. Boyd County Katy Marie Bennett, Stephanie Amber Moore, Paul Jonathan Thacker, Catherine Elizabeth Vannatter, Boyd County High; Francis Kizhakekara Aphrem, Sarah Christina Dill, Brad Scott Keeton, John Berton McClanahan III, Christen Michele Meko, Courtney Renee Ross, Amy Pravin Shah, Paul G. Blazer High; Garrett Matthew Sparks, Russell High, Greenup County Boyle County Katherine Ann Lay, Justin Marshall Yeary, Boyle County High; Adam Seth Dickey, Catherine Victoria Gooch, John William Pollom, Danville High. Bracken County Heather Renee Fryman, Augusta High; Amber Dawn Ulrich, Bracken County High Breathitt County James Chase Abner, Robert Cameron Adams, Key Covington Douthitt, Natasha Marie Hounshell, Darren Duane Hudson, Marcus Adrian Johnson, Breathitt County High; Daniel Kyle Sewell, Jackson High. Breckinridge County Joel Kim Meador, Alexander Whitsett Pile, Laura Ellen Smart, Jonathan Burke Warner, Rachel Elizabeth Weatherholt, Breckinridge County High; Aaron Lennon Newby, Frederick Fraize High; Jennifer Rebecca Fisher, Meade County High, Butler County Danya Nichole Martin. Caldwell County Stewart Ross Hart, Whitney Nicole Oliver, Jennifer Ann Wurts, Caldwell County High; Brandon Wade Vincent, Dawson Springs High, Hopkins County. Calloway County John Lloyd Clayton, Lee Ann Cnder, Bryan Thomas Meurer, Calloway County High; Amanda Carol Conley, Sarah Megan Wurgler, Murray High. Campbell County Elizabeth Ann Daudistel, Bellevue High; Jenni Eileen Crowley, John Paul Necamp, Bishop Brossart High; Eric Martin Edwards, Ryan Christopher Giar, Christopher Ray Manker, Alaina Meta Schmidt. Michael Paul Woodruff, Campbell County High; John David Cam-poamor, Dayton High; James Nathan Spencer, Highlands High; Kyle Joseph Kellinghaus, Newport Central Catholic High. Carlisle County Joseph Benjamin Bogle, Joe Derek Ferguson, Christina Nicole Potter, Suzanne Marie Tharp. Carroll County Sara Elizabeth Ogburn. Carter County Elizabeth Ashlee Holbrook, East Carter High; Kelli Ann Hargett, West Carter High. Casey County Michael Stephen Cravens, Jonathan Dale Farris. Christian County Patricia Nicholl Chenoweth, Miranda Kristi Gullion, Christian County High; Jarrel Ocampo Delottinville, Jamie Pamela Ras-mussen, Brittany Llyn Wagstaff, Fort Campbell High; Kelly Loraine Caspari, Clare Owen Hutchinson, Alissa Clare Keller, Jennifer Shannon Polete. Clark County David Bradley Horton, Angela Hope Kirby, David Martin Odle, George Rogers Clark High. Clay County Melissa Ann Gibson Clinton County James Russell Aaron. Cumberland County Berea Katherine Ernst. Daviess County Christopher John Bartlett, Scott Edward Kmison, Whitney Glenn Miller, Lori Ann Prater, Apollo High; Joshua Steven Bailes, Alice Dugan Bar-rette, Andrea Elaine Chaffin, Justin Matthew Morgan, Peter Alex Naas, Daviess County High; Mary Katherine Southern Baptists of Kentucky disbands Associated Press LEXINGTON, Ky. - An organization of Kentucky Southern Baptists has disbanded in order to follow the leader of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. The group, called Southern Baptists of Kentucky, was created in December to further conservative causes within the convention. But the group dissolved at a meeting Friday in Elizabethtown because of the leadership shown by the Kentucky Baptist Convention's Rev. Bill F. Mackey, said the Rev. Hershael York, spokesman for Southern Baptists of Kentucky. Mackey is executive secretary-treasurer of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, which is Kentucky's largest denominational group; it has Officer involved in school flap is Associated Press HENDERSON, Ky. - A Henderson police officer who has spent months on suspension and administrative leave after a controversial visit to a Webster County school is no longer on the force. Don Swain was notified by the city that he was considered to have turned in his "resignation in fact" because of his failure to complete counseling ordered after his suspension for charges of misconduct. Swain was disciplined after he and Thompson. Owensboro Catholic High; Mary Beth Baker, Jared Keith Hall, Holly Beth Mcintosh, Joshua David Meyer, David Allen Owen, Andrew Parks Wal-droup. Owensboro High Edmonson County Jeffrey Mitchell Prewitt. Elliott County Joshua Keigh Adkms, Kerry Braden Adkins. Estill County Jessica Lee Newman, Melinda Kay Richardson. Fayette County Ian Shea Burns. Natasha Lashe Ramsey, Tiffany Kashawn Smith, Evon Denise Snar-don, Shaye Loraine Wigginton, Bryan Station High; Bradford Lee Cowgill, Loren Edward Heinold, Margot Renee Holmes. Fereesh Jamshed Kanga. Lydia Kris-ten Keys. Vincent Tsai Liu. Matthew Ashley McLaren, Keeana Sussanne Sajadi. Shannon Coleman Shipley. Ravi Prakash Subramanian. Shantel Jehan Young, Henry Clay High; Margaret Curlin Barker. Kelli Alicia Dinger. Katherine Elizabeth Fegley. Jennifer Linn Harmon, Brittany Leigh Riggs, Lafayette High; Christopher Blake Rambicure, Joseph Christopher Tremoulet. Lexington Catholic High; Susan Elizabeth Chnstensen, Elizabeth Blake Clevinger, Veena Bharat Dubai, Julia Evangelou, Kenneth James Jensen, Courtney Hunter Lynem, Amy Lynn Meadows, Bridget Ann Purdue, Roheen Raithatha, Alexis Anne Rowland, Paul Laurence Dunbar High; Keith William Wilkey, Sayre High; Olivia Nicole Davis, Steven George Edwards, Laura Anne Garrison, Leslie Ann Hahn, Sarah Elizabeth Hille, Diana June Keam, Stephen Edward Kreyenbuhl, Andrea Joy Murray, Shawnetta Ivie Okpebholo, Adam Bernard Stotts, Tates Creek High. Fleming County Beverly Ann Griffith, Tiffany Christine Hornsby, Justin David Story. Floyd County Heather Ann McCoy, Betsy Layne High; Contessa Sheena Brock, Ty Christopher Martin, Kara Brook Sammons, Kelly Tenille Wells, Prestonsburg High. Franklin County Aeumuro Gashaw Lake, Frankfort High; Chad Nicholas Johnston, Kathryn Wood Lewis, Jennifer Layne Rhorer, Dylan Burr Scott, Franklin County High; Timothy Phelps Meador, Living Waters Christian High, Shelby County; Kristen Elizabeth Hankla, Jeremy Keith Ray, Lauren Tyler Van Horn, Western Hills High. Fulton County Fredric Nicholas Stokes, Fulton City High; Ralph Cory Ramsey, Fulton County High; Jon Michael Brasfield, Graves County High. Gallatin County Kaycee Lynn French Garrard County Dara Elizabeth Edgington. Emily Ann Montgomery, Jennifer Faith Rogers. Grant County Jennifer Lynn Colbert, Carol Ann Martin, Leigh Ann Scudder, Grant County High; Elizabeth Ann Rich, Williamstown High. Graves County Charley Beth Allen, Tiffany Michele Quebe, Graves County High; Aleta Nichole Simmons, David Andrew Watts, Mayfield High. Grayson County Shaylin Timothy Clark, Emily Jane Hemberger, Angela Michelle Lee, Brandy Jo Sharp. Green County Robin Marie Thompson. Greenup County Michael Patrick Antis, Alexis Brooke Elswick, Andrea Renee Meenach, Kyle Douglas Potter, Dylan Ray Reed, Greenup County High; Michael Payne Wages, Raceland-Worthington High; Jennifer Renee Darnell. Anshu Kumar Jain, Amanda Dawn Mefford, Melissa Ann Pennington, Jessica Leigh Waggoner, Russell High. Hancock County Holly Ruth Carrion, Alisha Lynn Duncan, Gavin Lee Evans, Deric Leith Miller, Alexander Matthew floig. Hardin County James Skidmore Arnold, Laura Michelle Just, Aaron Lee Welch, Kristin Noelle Zielmanski, Central Hardin High; Donghai Viet Ho, Traci Dounte Morris, Michael Craddock Owen, Katherine Mary Todd, Elizabethtown High; Eric Michael Abele, Amanda Lee Adimoolah, Kristin Danielle Eiland, Fort Knox High; Shannon Annette Board, Janet Louise Campbell, Amanda Gail Gaudette, Andrew Stephen Gray, Michal Lukasz Greene, Bryan Allen Konshak, Allison Marie Leake, North Hardin High. Harlan County Tiffany Leigh Barr, Cumberland High; Sara Lynn Pace, Evarts High; Robin Scott Stewart, Harlan High; Michael Paul Blanton, Donna Marie LeMaster, Timothy Ryan Lewis, Kelly Renee Wills, James A. Cawood High. Harrison County Whitney Anne Conner, Matthew Cullen Taylor. Hart County Megan Joy Collins, Caverna High, Barren County; Mary Katherine Keiley, Morgen Leaf Neagle, Daniel Allen Trembula, Hart County High. Henderson County Katherine Achim, Joshua Seay Kitchens, Sarah Elizabeth Lynch, Erika Leigh Pence, Laura Elizabeth Ponder, Frances Elizabeth Reid, Kevin Jerome Rutherford, Lucas Martin Thomas. Henry County Albert John Arbogast IV, Erin Leigh Bickers. Hickman County Jennie Annette Aden, Kelisha MacKenzie Winters. Hopkins County Jennifer Maureen Fleck, Hopkins County Central High; Richard Adrian Arnett, Brandy Elizabeth Baldwin, Ivory Shae Carter, Courtney Brooke Palmer, Kristen Leigh Schaefer, Calvin Joseph Wade Spears, Jonathan Franklin Thomas, Corey James Workman, Madison-ville North Hopkins High. Jackson County Lisa Shea Saylor. Jessamine County Stephanie Marie Pepper, East Jessamine High; Christel Erin Amburgey, Sayre High, Fayette County; Sarah Lynn Dotterweich, Matthew Frederick Ryavec, Brandon Ross Spencer, West Jessamine High. Johnson County Miranda Jane Wells, Johnson Central High; Josh William Gil-kerson, Paintsville High. Kenton County Lauren Marie Dick, Allison Danielle Hutton, Beechwood High; Matthew John Arnold, David Charles Weber, Covington Catholic High; Chiu-Yu Chen, Covington Latin High; Sarah Marguerite Baum, Jill Alexandria Burchell, Amye Rebecca Day, Lauren Jennifer Kallmeyer, Nicholas Leon Kiinedinst, Laura Elizabeth Rue, Elizabeth Ellen Watts, Dixie Heights High; William David Donnelly, Jonathan Robert Farrell, Ami Christine Karlage, Nicholas Carl Kuchle, Erin Kay McConnell, Jason Andrew Noll, Elizabeth Germaine Owens, Holmes High; Robert Anthony Nienaber III, Holy Cross High; Michael Kirk Westwood, Lloyd High; Laura Elizabeth Brinker, Emily Marie Fox, Notre Dame Academy; Tracy Danelle Hurley, Nicholas Raymond Lowry, Scott High; Bryce Carrigan Rhoades, Simon Kenton High. Knott County Joseph Ryan Owens, Allen Central High, Floyd County; Andrea Dawn Childers, Knott County Central High. Knox County Erik David Hungerbuhler, Joseph Patrick Robertson, Corbin High, Whitley County; Larry David Chadwell, Brian Dennis Frederick, Knox Central High; Dustin Lynn Cooper, Lynn Camp High. LaRue County Jason Scott Detre, Brandon Alan Gaddie. Laurel County Amanda Jo Baker, Rachel Lynn Benge, Cordellya Nicole Chadwell, Elizabeth Ann Harville, William Edward Messer, North Laurel High; Krista Devoe Baldwin, Rebekah Elise Booth, South Laurel High. Lawrence County Chandra Joreen Chaffin, East Carter High, Carter County; Thomas Kenneth Ballard, William Ted Moore, Erin Michelle Moore, Lawrence County High. Lee County Samuel Brandon Wat- Harrell, Combs, Amanaa shall Pilgrim, Lentz, County Julian Karoi Andrew County Lutzke. Allison Kmdell, Wesley Nonn ham, ty liounty man, pher ville Anne Amy Clarice James Jalalon, Russell County Megan County Darrell County David County High; Michelle Bowers. 2,400 churches representing nearly 773,000 members. Southern Baptists of Kentucky counted 42 pastors and lay people as members. "We're really excited about his focus on evangelism," said York, former pastor of Ashland Avenue Baptist Church in Lexington and now a professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. ". . . We feel we can best serve Kentucky Baptist Convention by uniting behind Dr. Mackey." In its final action, Southern Baptists of Kentucky asked the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship, a group of moderates, to dissolve as well. "We exist not in opposition to the Kentucky Baptist Convention, nor do we exist to remake the Kentucky Baptist Convention in our mold," said the Rev. John Lepper of Louis former Officer Nick Zapata were found guilty of 12 charges of administrative misconduct during a hearing in January. Zapata was fired. The trouble for Swain and Zapata started in November when they visited Webster County High School at the request of teacher Kathie Richardson, who suspected some of her students were responsible for vandalizing her Henderson home. The two officers traveled to the Webster County school and talked to students, obtaining confessions from several of them. kins Leslie County Crystal Lynn Wright Letcher County lordon Christopher Smallwood. June Buchanan High. Knott County; Fred Eugene Boggs. Paul Hayden Caudill, Sylvia Miranda Haynes, Letcher High; Justin Michael Hubbard, Whitesburg High. Lewis County Kimberly Jo Crawford, Tai Alyson Kidwell. Lincoln County Sara Beth Afford, Kimberly Anne Cutler. Livingston County Kelly Grady. Crittenden County High; Jennifer Lynn Kennedy, Livingston Central High; Tiffany Jo Deweese, Marshall County High. Logan County Carly Marie Hampton, Ann Katherine Harper. Matthew Perry Riggs, Logan County High; Catherine Nicole Dickinson, Russellville High. Lyon County Allen Onen Wilson. Madison County Sarah Morgan Blackburn. Berea Community High; Krishna Raian Joshi, Lexington Catholic High. Fayette County; Brendan Corey Adkins. Margaret Gates Hancock. Meagan Shea Murray. Carrie Elizabeth Read. Madison Central High; Morgan Louise Barrera, Daniel James Chnsman. Madison Southern High; Philip Leland Gump, Amiee Nicole Keke Elizabeth vencill, Model Laboratorv Hiah. Magoffin County Shelley Anne Howard, Johnson Central High, Johnson County; Christooher Jav Magoffin County High. Marion County Lynn wok, busan Mauritia Courtwriaht, Mar County Matthew Eric Jarvis, Virginia Leiah Nathan Douglas Wynn. Martin County unristopner uaniei umgess, Christopher Hyan Mar cum, McKinley Ray Moore. Sheldon Clark Hiah. Mason County Carrie Lynn Howard, Lydah McLam Pyles. McCracken County Jonathan Lawrence Sircy. Christian Fellowship High in Marshall County; Dylan Graham Gipson, Elizabeth Watson Heath High; David Javier Ham, Tracy Renee bmitn, Michelle Lynn Williams. Lone Oak High; Seth Rayborn Ogden, Martin Gregory Rains. Findley Ann Ransler, Paducah Tilghman High; Sarah Gwynne Whi- tetord, Heidland High; Daniel Lawrence Stovesand. St. Marv Hiah. McCrearv Countv Zoe Alexandra Perrv All Saints High, Laurel County; Megan Lynne Jones, Billy Joe Watson, McCrearv Central Hiah. McLean Beth Ann Thurman. Meade County Margaret Anita Hobbs. Kaelin Goheen Reed, Robert Hosacker, Barrett Mychael Ross. Mercer County Kimberly Elaine Clark, Burgin Independent High; John Goddard Dedman, Kristy btraten, Harroasourg Hign; Mary Kamnne Uartt, Benjamin McRae, Michael Jo Phelps, Mercer High. Metcalfe County Taura Nicole Monroe County Sarah Lee Ann Carter, Holly Carter, Julianna Marie Hays, Jessica Lyn Hunt, Sarah Beth Rhoton. Montgomery County Jennifer Ann Perkins, John Grant Spradling. Morgan County Roxanne Mae Johnson, Gabrielle Lea Deborah Renee Robbins, James Hershall Williams. Muhlenberg County John Walton Daniel, Thomas Mayes, Enn Beth Shultz, Muhlenberg High; Jessica Lynn Jones, Leslie Uolleen Par- Dana Michelle Smith, Brandi Lynn Stout, Muhlen berg boutn High. Nelson County Elizabeth Ballard Middleton Bardstown High; Monica Filiatreau Boone. Adam Jay Clayton, Roger Allen Davis II, Ann Ford Green. Jonathan Cory Greenwell, Nelson County High. Nicholas County Kyle Lee Galbraith, Catherine Craig Hopkins. Ohio County Michael David Allen, Charity Elaine Fiener, Rachel Star Snell, Elizabeth Grace Vaught. Owen County Christopher Thomas Gibson. Owsley County Julie Diane Metcalf . Pendleton County Timothy William Downing. Perry Coun Margaret Kave Florence, Tracy Darnell Kershaw, Laura Leigh Walker, Hazard High; Bettina Jane Cory, Morgan Leigh Greer, Rakisha Danica Pollard, Perry central man. Pike County Candace Michele Fields, Andrea Renee Layne, Belfry High; David Neal Ruth, Elkhorn City High; Devon Chivonne Darnell, Adam Wayne btapieton, l-eos ureek High; lerra Lynn Williamson, Kentucky School for the Deaf; Anthony Craig Cole William Howard Johnston, Hachel Henee Puah, Stephen Joshua Slone, Matthew Garland Thacker, Pike County Central High; Praveen Sai Mettu, Christo Uhase Heynolds, Sarah blizabeth Tackett, Pike- High: Rachel Elizabeth Meek, Shelby Valley High. Powell County Robyn Ann Collins, Brooke Ella Crabtree. Pulaski County Michael Paul Fix. Paige Todd, Pulaski County High; Allan Evans Butler, Katherine Cate, Jerome Park Prather, Evan Kent Westphal, Somerset High; labitha Melissa Grubbs, Marie Page, Julie Nicole Rogers, Andrew bexton, bouthwestem Pulaski county High. Rockcastle County Mary Beth Browning, James Nathaniel Bullock. Rowan County Jennifer Ruiz Erica May Lattertv, barah Kathryn Mincev. County Natasha Jane McClure. Scott Emily Diane Grove, Shelley Renee Hughes, Anne Linger, Michael Clark Pratt. Shelby Ann Mane Andriot, Leah Morgan Aubrey, Chris Robinson, Lesley Carole Smith. Simpson Mia Susan Belcher, Laurie Ann Gomer, James Mantlo, Franklin-Simpson High. Spencer Laura Ann Becker. Taylor County Eden See-Wan Davis, Jamie Renee Ennis, Megan Judith Hastings, Shantel Jane Richardson, Jennifer Dawn Wolford, Campbellsville Keith Jamar Gaddie, Green County High; Amy Wilcher, Stephen Paul Willems, Taylor County High. Todd County Braden Dale Wilson, Todd County Central High. Trigg County Sarah Elizabeth Trimble County Michael Patrick McLaugh lin. Union County Julia Kathryn Berry. Warren County Rachel Elizabeth Baden, Mary Anne Cope- land, bhsan Isaac iramparast, Stanley Youngbae Kim, Sarah Jean Nehm, Akisha Kalinda Townsend, Bowling Green High; Robert Reed Booth, Terri Ellen Burd, Nitin Gakhar Jhamb, Katherine Elizabeth Shults, Christine Ngoc-Quyen Tham, Jonathan David Wilkerson, Brandi Nicole Wilson, Greenwood High; Robbie Nicole Hul-lett, Warren Central High; Nathan Louis McClellan, Andrea Kay Potter, Warren East High. Washington County Miranda Nicole Lawson. Wayne County Brandi Jenee Stearns, Monticello High; Jane Thomas Conner, Bethany Quinn Moore, Wayne County High. Webster County Lesley Rae Hart, Providence High; Melissa Ann Burgard, Daniel Mark Heady, Stephanie Inez Laughary. Webster County High. Whitley County Melissa Rose Clme, Jesse Dean Peace, Corbin High; Monica Rae Richmond, Whitley County High; Constance Joy Key, Williamsburg High. Woodford County Susanne Elizabeth Francis, Lexington Catholic High, Fayette County; Jessie Jamison Wilder, Western Hills High, Franklin County; Kelby Brandan Cassity, Abigail Christine King, Woodford County High. ville, coordinator of the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship. "But we certainly do represent an element of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, and we're not going to disband." Mackey said he received news of the Southern Baptists of Kentucky's action by fax. "One of my dreams was that Kentucky Baptists would be able to work together," Mackey said. "I think this is maybe one indication of this desire manifesting itself among Kentucky Baptists, and I'm certainly grateful for that." The Southern Baptists of Kentucky did not continue with plans to stage annual evangelistic rallies and publish a quarterly newspaper or magazine to feature the work of both the Southern Baptist Convention and the seminary in Louisville. off the force But after parents complained to police about the officers' tactics, Swain and Zapata were charged with abusing their authority and coercing and threatening juveniles. After a three-day, closed-door hearing, the city commission found them guilty on all counts. Swain and Zapata have appealed the commission's finding to Henderson Circuit Court, and have initiated a lawsuit claiming unspecified damages for discrimination they say they suffered because of unionizing activities. 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