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email@example.comAn intern has joined The Jessamine Journal for the summer, and will gain her first experience working for a professional paper covering events, government meetings and the like in Jessamine County. Amelia Orwick, a senior at the University of Kentucky...
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The WInchester SunThe journalism program at George Rogers Clark High School placed first in the state’s largest school category in an annual contest. Smoke Signals, GRC’s newspaper, came home with several awards, notably first place in the Kentucky High...
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FRANKFORT — Danville High School’s student newspaper, The Log, took home several awards and third place for General Excellence in this year’s annual statewide high school journalism contest sponsored by the Kentucky High School...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile sitting surrounded by some of the great Kentucky journalists, their supporters and a few budding reporters, John Nelson, executive editor of The Interior Journal, was inducted April 23, along with three others, into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of...
While sitting surrounded by some of the great Kentucky journalists, their supporters and a few budding reporters, John Nelson, executive editor of Advocate Communications, which includes The Advocate-Messenger and the Winchester Sun, was inducted Tuesday,...
GRCHS journalism students interview local business owners to find out how their companies continue to prosperGeorge Rogers Clark High School journalism students had a unique opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience with success by reaching out into their community. As staff members of Smoke Signals, the high school newspaper, they were assigned...
There’s another new display in the lobby of the library. Winchester resident Faye Laubert has graciously allowed the library to exhibit some of her crafts. A lot of patrons know Faye because she volunteers to help genealogists in the library&...
Owning a house in Italy transforms a Nicholasville lawyer as she learns a 'simpler' way of life from a village email@example.comWhen Constance Grayson and her husband purchased a house in Italy in 2001, they were insistent that they would embrace the culture and “live like the Italians live” when they were there. A dozen years and 55 trips later, the rural village in...
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Ephraim McDowell nurses earn certification Jessica Arth, R.N. and Sherry Brown, R.N., who work in Surgical Services at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, have...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs Centre College prepares for tonight’s vice-presidential debate, media personalities from all over the world have begun arriving in Danville. About 3,200 media personnel are expected to attend the event. For some, it will be their first time...
email@example.comWILMORE — It’s no big news Asbury University sent students to help broadcast the London Olympic Games this summer — the institution has had students working in broadcasting for every Olypmics since 1984. What was big news was that of the...
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