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Phyllis Lee Terry Phyllis Lee Terry, 65, died April 6, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. Born in Murray, Ky., she grew up in Louisville and raised her family in Danville. For many years, she was an executive with Danville’s Citizens National Bank...
Contributing WriterIn the first weeks of 2012, Danville Pediatric’s “SPACE: Imagine That!” exhibit took over the entire building, transporting kids and families to outer space and beyond. The planetarium from Houston, Texas and a special appearance by...
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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...
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Joel Pett will visit Centre College Monday through Wednesday as a Humana Visiting Scholar, participating in events that include a convocation address at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Weisiger Theater. The address is...
Contributing WriterSince I had open heart surgery, I feel I have a new lease on life. So many things seem new to me. Along with a new heart valve, I also seem to have new eyes; I look out upon a new world, a fresh environment, in a new way. Orienting oneself into a new...
Contributing writerWhat do an internationally-recognized glassblower, a Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist, a Yale Younger Poets Award winner, a local playwright, a trumpet virtuoso, a skilled film and documentary maker and the “Landscape Designer of the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe comics, the funny papers, the cartoons — whatever you call them, you have to admit they are a feature of the paper that always draws your eye. Some make you laugh, others make you cringe, but there is always at least one that will make you...
email@example.comJoel Pett is well known for his pointed pen, earning a Pulitzer Prize and international acclaim puncturing ripe targets with decidedly inelegant strokes. But who knew the Lexington Herald-Leader’s editorial cartoonist is also something of a stand-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRECT 29th season reflects patrons' likes HARRODSBURG — Listening to its patrons always has been important for the personnel at Ragged Edge Community Theatre. And the patrons’ preferences can be seen in the upcoming season at the theater....
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The first of three planned Friends of the Library programs for April will be a talk by Pulitzer-nominated poet Maurice Manning 12 p.m. Monday at the Boyle County Public Library community room. “Poetry and the Process of Imagination” is the...
email@example.comGRAVEL SWITCH — Authors and entertainers from across the state will converge on this small hamlet to celebrate Kentucky Writers Day. Presented by Historic Penn’s Store since 1997, the weekend event celebrates the “written word,”...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn award-winning poet will appear Jan. 18 to read from his works and has hinted at offering a brief lesson during a special Lunch with the Arts presentation at the Boyle County Public Library. Maurice Manning, a Danville native and Yale Younger Poets...
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