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Contributing ColumnistAs another Labor Day came and went, I found myself wondering whether this important national holiday has lost some of its original meaning. The U.S. Department of Labor explains on its website that Labor Day is “a creation of the labor movement...
Keith Green of Honey Dew Apiary of Winchester won four first place awards in the Kentucky State Fair bee and honey class in August. Green won first place for his white honey, amber honey, light honey and was the sweepstakes winner of his class. Green...
I am constantly reading books about the importance of land and the need to live locally. Many people misunderstand the concept. Living locally means supporting and buying from businesses and farmers in Winchester and Clark County. It doesn’t mean...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville residents got the first chance Tuesday night to hear about plans for the most expensive public project in city history and to be heard before city commissioners voted on new water rates to fund the treatment plant expansion. City Engineer Earl...
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email@example.comBy burying 75-100 people per year in the city of Nicholasville-run Maple Grove Cemetery, in about a year and a half the cemetery will be completly full, city commissioner Andy Williams said. “That Richmond Avenue area is filling up quick,”...
Buoyed by one of only twp sub par scores of the weekend, Mason Guy fired a 70-73--143 to claim medalist honors in the 2011 Winchester Country Men's Club Championship. Guy's one under par total was two strokes better than runner up Justin Charles (73-73)....
LEXINGTON — Kentucky wine and local fare will be offered Sept. 4 for the second annual “Vintage Kentucky: A toast to Henry Clay.” The wine-tasting will begin at 1 p.m. and will include Kentucky wineries who will serve and sell their...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJanice Crane has moved locations half a dozen times in her 21 years directing the adult-education program in Jessamine County, including one stint working at a desk partitioned off in a high-school classroom. But Crane and her staff have made the move...
Tags: Education, Adult Education
Pastors to be grand marshals of parade The Winchester Labor Day Committee would like local ministers to serve as grand marshals in this year’s Labor Day parade. Anyone interested in participating should call Pam Blackburn at 744-4962 or Flora...
email@example.comU.S. Rep. Ben Chandler made sure his itinerary during his swing Wednesday through Boyle County included one of the smaller airports in his district. Chandler, who represents Kentucky’s 6th Congressional District, was at the Danville-Boyle County...
firstname.lastname@example.org“From historic Danville, Kentucky, good evening and welcome to this year's only vice presidential debate…” That simple introduction from CNN’s Bernard Shaw signaled the beginning of the 2000 vice presidential debate between Dick...
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