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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen a group of boys took the field on a fall afternoon some 100 years ago to play the first football game at their new school, they couldn’t have known what they were starting. They were probably focused only on the game at hand, perhaps coping...
The Winchester SunTonya Hull Sacco thought her roof was being ripped off. The Winchester native who moved in 1995 to Kenvil, N.J., about 30 miles from New York City, felt the earthquake that rumbled across the east coast Tuesday afternoon and reportedly into areas of...
A┐lucky bar is coming to town. Or a lucky duck, anyway. The Lucky Duck Lounge, 112 Shoppers Village Drive, will fill a vacant space that used to house Hair Galaxy. The owners will host karaoke, live music and a dancing night. It is scheduled to open...
While state and local leaders hail the importance of the ongoing $900 million expansion at the University of Kentucky’s Chandler Medical Center, a lower-key visit to the UK College of Dentistry last week should not go unnoticed. It promised the...
Clark County Public LibraryLast Saturday, Clark County Friends of the Library Vice President Al Bonds was in picking up some books for his wife, Mary Jo, and he told us that current Friends President, Sue Oliver, regretfully had to resign her position because she got a good...
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The Winchester SunThe city is working to adopt social networking guidelines into its personnel code. The order, adopted on first reading by the Winchester Board of Commissioners, directs employees of the city “with respect to the use of the Internet, the worldwide...
The Winchester SunTen years ago, I was a seventh grader at St. Paul School sporting a blue and white plaid uniform skirt and an Oxford blouse. My concerns were how many times my mom would take me to the ice rink that week, whether I would get elected to student council...
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email@example.comThe Internet offers many things to its users, from helping them connect and reconnect with family and friends to providing a world of information right at their fingertips. It offers another way to “get you there” via real-time text, voice and...
The Winchester SunTwo nights a week, Amber Brown cooks dinner, takes care of her children and puts them to bed, then she runs away. A lot of women in Clark County are running away these days, thanks to an idea from Brown. In June, she created the Runaway Brides, a group of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJoker Phillips doesn’t see the e-mails that unhappy fans send him, but he hears about them from those at Kentucky football office who do read them. However, the Kentucky coach stressed Monday that no one is more upset with the way his team has...
When it comes to a free press, Americans seem — more than ever — to be of at least two minds. In several surveys, a majority of us say the press is biased, often inaccurate and too likely to be influenced by powerful people or groups —...
This year, the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 bombing of the World Trade Center, turned into a maudlin, morose display on the weekend that marked that same day 10 years ago. Every television news network — CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, FOX and CNN...
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