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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Great American Brass Band Festival’s Facebook page is overflowing with warmth and bonhomie after the weekend’s 24th annual happenings. Kate Lockard Snyder wrote Friday, “The clock might say that it’s bedtime, but try...
email@example.comJerry Shepard and his family barely had time to unpack their belongings the first time he participated in the Community Ecumenical Church Service in 2005. “Our second Sunday in Danville was band festival weekend,” says the now-longtime pastor...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — A dust-up over prayer at Lincoln County High School's upcoming graduation ceremony has ruffled feathers and garnered national headlines, but some involved say the real issues at hand seem to be getting lost in a sea of misinformation....
email@example.comGus Crow wasn’t quite sure what to expect from the hourlong program Thursday by Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble. Except for the obvious, of course: The 13-year-old expected to hear “awesome music.” Gus was at Danville High School...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Students at Stanford Elementary School were treated to a very musical black-history event Friday afternoon. The gymnasium was packed out at the end of the school day for "From Africa to America," a special two-man show tracing the roots...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe tradition of beginning Danville City Commission meetings with a prayer will continue, though Boyle County Fiscal Court decided last week to remove prayer from its meetings and instead have a “moment of silence.” The manner in which city...
Traditional red and green colors are well represented in the flowers available for the holidays. Poinsettias, the most popular and spectacular holiday flowers, can combine both these colors. The poinsettia was named for Joel Robert Poinsett, an amateur...
The Winchester SunFood is often a large part of holiday celebrations, and something people look forward to all year. That’s why holiday treats and meals should be fun, not something to cause hosts and hostesses stress. For those planning to entertain on...
The holidays seem to be a time for food, food and more food. Eating is a healthy necessary part of life, but the holiday treats should not become so common place that they are eaten in large amounts all year around. Moderation is the rule of thumb. At...
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The Winchester SunIn the 18th century, preparing for the winter meant stocking up on essentials like clothing and ammunition before harsh weather came. This weekend, merchants at Fort Boonesborough will have all the necessities for pioneer life, from powder horns to...
email@example.comPLEASANT HILL — A month’s worth of events are on tap this year at Shaker Village. The Danville Garden Club has decorated the site this year with more than 150 holiday swags, wreaths and garlands of fresh greenery and red ribbon. A 31-foot...
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