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Bill Lackey

Bill Lackey has always enjoyed photography and writing, so photojournalism seemed like a great way to combine both for him. He was born and raised in Dayton where he graduated from Northridge High School. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University.

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With seven or eight inches of ice on top, Dave Billing braves the frigid air in the middle of  C.J. Brown Reservoir as he tries some ice fishing. Billing said he caught about a dozen fish ranging from crapie, to catfish and walleye in the couple hours he was fishing. Bill Lackey/Staff

4:31 PM Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018

With seven or eight inches of ice on top, Dave Billing braves the frigid air in the middle of C.J. Brown Reservoir as he tries some ice fishing. Billing said he caught about a dozen fish ranging from crapie, to catfish and walleye in the couple hours he was fishing. Bill Lackey/Staff
Urbana coach Bill Moss dies
Urbana girls basketball coach Bill Moss and members of his team react to a teammate sinking a three point shot during the Hillclimbers game at Kenton Ridge.  Staff photo by Bill Lackey

12:56 AM Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

Urbana girls basketball coach Bill Moss and members of his team react to a teammate sinking a three point shot during the Hillclimbers game at Kenton Ridge. Staff photo by Bill Lackey
Secret Santa drops another gold coin in Salvation Army Red Kettle
Ryan Ray, of the Salvation Army, holds up the cold coin that was dropped in the red kettle again this year at the Bechtle Avenue Kroger location. This is the third year a gold coin has been anonymously donated. The gold coin has a value of about $1,300. Bill Lackey/Staff

10:22 PM Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017

Ryan Ray, of the Salvation Army, holds up the cold coin that was dropped in the red kettle again this year at the Bechtle Avenue Kroger location. This is the third year a gold coin has been anonymously donated. The gold coin has a value of about $1,300. Bill Lackey/Staff