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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Marshall County Hoop Fest featured some of the nation’s best high school talent last year and Hoop Fest director Dan Hudson is already putting together another star-laden even for Dec. 5-6-7 in Benton. “We really think we could have a...
The Circle City Sidewalk Stompers Clown Band will perform at the Great American Brass Band Festival, set for June 7-9. A crowd favorite for the past 14 years, the Indianapolis band boasts a group of 12 marching musicians dressed in colorful attire,...
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Main Street Perryville to host annual Redbud Festival PERRYVILLE — Main Street Perryville invites the public to the Redbud Festival/Perryville Grows event, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Merchants Row on Buell Street. The festival will feature a...
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Spring Fling will be Saturday STANFORD — The Cedar Creek Sportsman Club’s Spring Fling will begin 6 p.m. Saturday. The menu will be pork tenderloin, baked beans, cole slaw, potato wedges, desserts and drinks. There will be lots of door...
The Kentucky State BBQ Festival has been named a top 20 event in the United States by the Southeast Tourism Society for September 2013. The Southeast Tourism Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and developing tourism throughout...
The Black Dyke Youth Quartet, from the United Kingdom, is scheduled to perform at several events during this year’s Great American Brass Band Festival, which will be June 6-9 in downtown Danville. The quartet is new to the festival this year....
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Have you been downtown lately? Winchester is undergoing a renaissance, recovering from the recession and bolstering its image and opportunities. Fortunately, unlike the Renaissance that brought enlightenment to Europe, the local renaissance will not...
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email@example.comLOUISVILLE — He didn’t want to admit he was nervous, but Kentucky signee Derek Willis knew the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic was his chance to show others why he was one of the “other” players in coach John Calipari&...
The Great American Brass Band Festival has been informed that due to the budgetary effects of the recent sequestration process taken by the federal government, the Under Secretary of Defense has directed that military bands and other ceremonial units...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD – The sound of success is most often a round of applause but success sounded a lot like an electric hair clipper at Lincoln County High School Friday. For years, LCHS band director Dale Mayberry has promised his band students if they...
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email@example.comWilmore Elementary fourth-graders celebrated the past, present and future of the trees right in their backyard last week with the help of The Providence School, Confrontation Point Ministries and the county’s state forester. It was a broad...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHe scored 14 points for the Kentucky all-stars in a 106-98 loss to Ohio Saturday night, but now Dominique Hawkins knows he’ll face even better competition Friday when he plays in the Derby Festival Classic Friday night at Louisville’s...
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