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The Winchester SunGeorge Rogers Clark High School and the entire Kentucky music community lost a beloved member this week when former band director Charles “Chuck” Campbell passed away after battling pancreatic cancer since April. Campbell touched the lives...
The Winchester SunIt’s time for the class of 2006 to reunite. At least that’s what the letter I received in the mail last week said. My graduating college class will celebrate five years of real adult life this October. That came as a surprise. Sure, I was...
Tags: Education, Travel, Georgia, Trips and Vacations, Family
The Winchester Sun“Enter through the narrow gate. For … small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” — Matthew 7:13-14 Ashley Wingate thought her internship in Haiti would be about working with children....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — One of the more intriguing freshmen players at Kentucky is quarterback Theltus “Bookie” Cobbins, who was the nation’s 26th-ranked dual-threat quarterback last season. The New Orleans native accounted for 10 rushing and...
Tags: High School Sports, Students, Education, Twitter, Inc., Georgia
Guest columnistThe images would be the ultimate in “reality” programming: A TV broadcast or online streaming video of an actual execution. Would you watch? Would you want news organizations — or anyone with a computer, for that matter — to...
Tags: Photography, Crimes, Politics, Television Industry, Punishment
email@example.comKentucky coach Joker Phillips made an early appearance at the Kentucky Football Coaches Association summer clinic last week at Centre College. Rather than wait and come with defensive coordinator Rick Minter for his talk after lunch Thursday, Phillips...
John Michael Montgomery’s Country-Fest, a two-day country music festival, will be held Sept. 23-24 at Lykins Park in Winchester. In addition to providing country music from up and coming artists, well known performers and country music icons, the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs he was talking to camp participants and the adults who came with them, Kentucky coach John Calipari went over the “Kentucky Effect.” That’s a catchy nickname — and one that seems appropriate — for the magnitude of...
The soulful roots of New Orleans culture permeate the sounds of Soul Rebels Brass Band, a new participant in the Great American Brass Band Festival. Soul Rebels Brass Band blends the sounds of Mardi Gras funk, soft rock and reggae, with an element of hip-...
The Winchester SunCelebrating its 40th anniversary in the coming weeks, Wesley Woods Christian Summer Camp has created a Facebook page for people interested in the camp to get information. During camp sessions, parents or other family members will be able to visit the page...
Tags: Human Interest, Ceremonies, Family, Arts and Culture, Facebook
A familiar local voice is spreading the moody sounds of the blues locally over FM airwaves and internationally via broadband and the Internet. As the animated host of Wpm Buried Alive in the Blues, Walt "The Bluesman" Knies spends his Monday nights...
Tags: New Jersey, Human Interest, Jimi Hendrix, Radio, Neil Young
Journal Columnist“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” I was reminded of that proverb this past weekend as we celebrated a milestone family event. My daughter was married in Winchester, and Jessamine County was flooded with Dragomir friends and relatives. I...
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