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The Victory Heights Center for Achievement added another “achievement” to its list in March in the form of a day program for adults with disabilities. The day program extends from STRIDE, Supporting Therapeutic Recreation for Individuals...
Puppies are playful, cute and cuddly. On the other hand, puppies are also loud, messy and destructive. It is important to understand that your first night with your new puppy is his first night away from his mother and siblings. Up until now, your puppy...
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Robert Sipes, 50, of Lexington, passed away April 1, 2013, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife Kellen of 29 years; his parents, Henry and Lois Sipes; brother, Jerry (Brenda) Sipes; sister, Charlotte (Teresa) Sipes; niece, Lindsey (Chris)...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Uncontrolled bullying in schools carries a number of serious emotional and physical consequences including death by suicide, several local experts said during a Bullying Awareness Program on Monday at Mercer County Senior High School....
100 YEARS AGO 1913 On the anniversary of the birth of the Father of this country, Feb. 22, 53 years ago, Danville was visited by a fire which almost completely destroyed the place and rendered most of its inhabitants homeless and shelterless. At...
email@example.comDozens of people including local dignitaries celebrated the dedication of a historical marker Monday in Danville. State Rep. Mike Harmon, Boyle County Judge-Executive Harold McKinney and Danville Mayor Bernie Hunstad were among those who honored the...
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Richard Wengert passed away after a nearly three-year battle with cancer. Dick was born in Fort Wayne Ind. to Hugo and Magdelina Wengert on Nov. 12, 1930. His childhood was full of love, fun and family spending many days up at “the lake.” He...
Some local college students are among a group from Campbellsville University that will travel to Washington, D.C., for Monday’s presidential inauguration. Three groups will be attending, including the Phi Alpha Theta history honor society, a...
Contributing WritersIn 1874, Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, The Kentucky Deaf-Mute, to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from 1874 to 2003 with only a name...
Allie Marie Burden Plummer, 98, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. She was born May 22, 1914, in Fordsville, Ky., to the late Mary Dora Wiloughby and Jeff E. Burden, and was the wife of the late James Plummer. Mrs. Plummer was a faithful member...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDozens of local residents, out-of-town visitors and dignitaries gathered Monday to celebrate the dedication of a new historic marker at the Willis Russell House on Walnut Street. Willis Russell, a well-educated and emancipated slave of Revolutionary War...
The Kentucky Historical Society will dedicate a historical marker for the Willis Russell House at 4 p.m. Monday at 204 E. Walnut St. Willis Russell, a well-educated and emancipated slave of Revolutionary War captain Robert Craddock, relocated from...
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