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What a difference a year makes; only one year after an Army doctor shouted, “”Allahu Akbar!” before killing twelve and wounding 30 others at Fort Hood and we were warned not to jump to the conclusion that the shooter was a radical...
email@example.comDeMarcus Cousins might be immature as some have described him when he’s had some contentious times in his first season with the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. However, give Cousins credit for being way mature beyond his years in certain ways. How...
“Honor in the Valleyof Tears,” the documentary film created by Eric Dow and Boyle County native John Ponsoll, now is available in DVD format to the general public through www.amazon.com. The cost is $22.49. The small, independent film was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County High School’s student newspaper and yearbook classes are among the first casualties of a new five-block schedule, but Principal Will Begley expects the publications themselves to continue by redistributing the student work. Students...
email@example.comThis week, I want to share with you my hands on experience with the Craig Wireless Touch Screen Tablet powered by Android. This tablet currently is being sold at CVS for only $99.99 plus tax. The tablet is kept at the front of the store behind the counter...
Tags: CVS Corp., Periodicals, YouTube, Google Inc., Arts and Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgCentre College Japanese instructor Fumie Bouvier called her family in Japan early this morning, after a huge earthquake and resulting tsunami rocked the northern part of the county. “Everything is OK, I think,” she said. “I couldn’...
Tags: Education, Tsunamis, Japan, Natural Disasters, Human Interest
Events for this column must be submitted to the Advocate by noon Tuesday to be in the Thursday newspaper. Call (859) 236-2551, ext. 135, with complete information, including hours and admission price; or e-mail email@example.com. VISUAL ART “...
Tags: Education, Arts, Anne Frank, Arts and Culture, Human Interest
After a successful launch in 2010, the Danville Lawn Chair Film Festival is back. Because of the success of its first year, the event moved from September to May 20 to kick off the Heart of Danville’s Lawn Chair Theater Summer Movie Series. The...
Tags: Movies, Festive Events, Entertainment, YouTube, Charlie Cox
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — During a tour of Mercer County’s Public Library on Tuesday, Congressman Ben Chandler was impressed when library director Robin Ison told him the facility, which was recently expanded, brings in around 400 patrons a day. “...
Tags: Ben Chandler, Kentucky, Arizona, Elections, Justice System
The George Rogers Clark High School speech and debate team recently competed in a speech tournament at Lafayette High School. Genna Petrey led the team while competing in broadcasting. Petrey placed second in the commercial copy round, receiving a score...
Tags: Human Interest, Arts and Culture
email@example.comAdvocate Communications Inc., the parent company for The Jessamine Journal, has created a new program that will allow churches to broadcast their services live or on demand. By broadcasting services (and other church events), pastors will be able to...
Tags: Arts and Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Despite Monday’s gray skies and drizzling rain, more than 25 people gathered on the steps of the Garrard County Courthouse to celebrate the life of one the United States’ most important civil rights leaders. Lancaster&...
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