HORSE CAVE — Krrish Patel, a fifth-grader at Caverna Elementary School, spoke to community members about the school’s 3D printer during Caverna Independent Schools’ Showcase of Innovation and Deeper Learning on Tuesday at Caverna High School. Lady Scotties Basketball Camp will hold two sessions during the month of May.

Each session costs $25.  CAVE CITY — Typically, the Cave Area Celebration is an event that provides front line employees an opportunity to learn what each attraction in the area has to offer, so they can share that information with tourists.  Maybe it’s the advent of social media, or perhaps our elected officials have become more out of touch, but politicians anymore make some really ridiculous comments. Caverna Middle School sixth-graders Addison Ramsey, left, and Chesney Adams, right, demonstrate how they use a Google Expeditions Virtual Reality Kit during Caverna Independent Schools’ Showcase of Innovation and Deeper Learning on Tuesday at Caverna High School.

Caverna Elementary School fifth-grader Krrish Patel speaks to community members about the school’s 3D printer during Caverna Independent Schools’ Showcase of Innovation and Deeper Learning on Tuesday at Caverna High School. Caverna Elementary School third-grader Max Hourigan discusses Google Classroom with community members during Caverna Independent Schools’ Showcase of Innovation and Deeper Learning on Tuesday at Caverna High School.

Caverna Middle School sixth-graders Addison Ramsey, left, and Shawn Burnette, middle, control what community members see on virtual reality viewers. FRANKFORT — Kentucky Gov.

Matt Bevin apologized Sunday for saying that children CAVE CITY — Typically, the Cave Area Celebration is an event “You can make whatever you want on a 3D printer,” he said, with a huge smile. “If you needed something to tighten a bolt, or something to store utilities, then you can make it with this.” Patel discussed his latest project — creating doorstops that can be placed on the inside of classrooms. “I got an idea to make doorstops to stop intruders from coming in,” he said, adding that when they created the initial prototype, they didn’t size it correctly for the doors. Read more from glasgowdailytimes.com…

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