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This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends Not with a bang but with a whimper. — T.S. Eliot, The Hollow Men (1925) If you knew you had exactly 21 days left on this earth, how would you...
They following criminal cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court Feb. 16 with Judge William Clouse presiding. — Adrian T. Aldridge, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (two counts), pleaded guilty, recommended one year each, to run...
Contributing WriterThe historic teaching of the church is valuable. Without it, left to our own selective and mostly biased interpretations of religious tenets, we might be tempted to wander afar in the hazy vision of exaggerated individualism. The church can hold us if...
Dear Editor, The very rich now pay some of the lowest tax rates in history. Doesn’t that bother you? What would Jesus say? How can people who make millions and billions be taxed at a lower rate or the same rate as those who do the real work, the...
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Chad Edward Gorman, 37, husband of Heather Kelly, died Friday, Dec. 2. He was born Sept. 25, 1974, in Lexington to James Wesley Gorman of Nicholasville and Mary Sue West of Florida. Additional survivors are two children, Kayla Elaine Gorman of Lexington...
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LIBERTY — Leona C. Propes, 75, of Yosemite, died Sunday. Born July 13, 1936, in Adair County, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Nellie Rich Cooper. She was the widow of John Wesley Propes. She was the mother of Naomi “Poppy”...
TammCor Fitness to host guest speaker TammCor Fitness will host a free health presentation, called “Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?” by Humana consultant Ken Schulz on Friday, July 15, at 10 a.m. at 143 Orchard Drive in...
A new year, often depicted as an innocent newborn baby, has been given to us. We are confident that, like all other years that have gone before it, it will unfold one day at a time; and at this point, only a few days of this precious gift are gone....
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Robert Stotsin Clay, Jr., 55, died Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, after an extended illness. Robby was the son of Robert Stotsin Clay Sr. of Winchester and the late Betty Jean Vanhoose Clay. He is survived by his father and siblings, Dana M. Clay, Kendall A....
The Winchester SunSt. Joseph turns 100 Last Sunday I was honored to be invited to the centennial celebration of St. Joseph Catholic Church’s beautiful structure at the corner of South Main Street and Boone Avenue. The red brick church with its towering gold...
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