Greenwaves Run Out of Steam

The Greenwave basketball team hosted the Elizabethtown Panthers from the fifth region Friday, January 11. The Greenwaves were looking to build off their win  from Tuesday but would have to do it without one of the team’s leading scorers, Chezney Weick. During practice, Weick suffered a foot injury and will be sidelined for a few…

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Lady Panthers Shut Down Ladywave

The Ladywave basketball team knew they would have their hands full when they played against the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers on January 11. The Lady Panthers are ranked as one of the top five in the state and come into the game only having lost two games all season. This was a good test for the…

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Ladywaves Win Three Straight

All the pieces seem to be falling into place for the Ladywave basketball team, as they handed the Hancock County Lady Hornets a loss on January 8,winning their third straight game in a row. The Ladywaves went into the Christmas break with only two wins, but have started the second half of the season with…

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Greenwave Basketball Heating Up

On January 8, the Greenwave Basketball team traveled to Hancock County where they took on the Hornets in a district match up. They had already defeated the other two teams in District 11, Fredrick Fraize Aces and, in an overtime nail biter, the Breckinridge County Fighting Tigers. The Greenwave basketball team began the 2018/19 season…

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Ralph Breaks the Internet is a Smash

I love “Wreck-It Ralph,” the first movie was amazing, I didn’t think the sequel was going to top it. However, “Ralph Breaks The Internet” was a cinematic masterpiece and, in my opinion, completely surpasses the first one.

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Greenwave Football Officially Ends 2018 Season

On January 13, the 2018 Greenwave football team held their last formal meeting of the season with an awards banquet in the auditorium of Meade County High School. After a bit of socializing, Coach Mofield invited everyone into the auditorium for the formal business at hand.

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Notes from the Newsroom

The Meade County Messenger isn’t just a printed broadsheet filled with the ideas and writing of staff though, of course, there are both present in each paper published. We rely, in large part, on the submission of articles from a diverse population of people. Articles come from lawmakers in the Capitol as well as from…

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Shelf Awareness

“One Drop – A Slave!” has been described as “a non-stop frontier thriller” by Readers’ Favorite Awards, and this immersive tome is just that.

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