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email@example.comMercer County students will begin classes for the 2013-2014 year on Aug. 7, one day earlier than last year, according to a plan approved by the board during the regular February meeting. The first student holiday will be Labor Day, Sept. 2, followed...
I spent most of Martin Luther King Jr. Day watching the inauguration ceremonies. When I look at our president, I see a superbly educated, intelligent and capable man who inherited an economy that was in ruins, an auto industry that was near bankruptcy,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe energy during Monday’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was impossible to miss at First Baptist Church, Second and Walnut streets. For more than 30 years, the event has taken place to honor and remember King, a man who stood at...
Danville students will begin classes in August at about the same time as last year, after the Danville Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2013-2014 school year Monday night. Aug. 14 will be the day students are to return to school and May...
email@example.comMarvin Swann Jr. expects an enthusiastic crowd to gather Monday to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s life and legacy despite some direct competition that will steal away some of the annual event’s core audience. “I know we’ve...
Changes are coming to the annual Martin Luther King Jr. march and celebration this year. Traditionally, the annual event has rotated between Broadway Baptist Church, First Baptist Church-Highland Street and First Baptist Church-Lexington Avenue. For the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBURGIN — The Board of Education recently approved the 2012-13 academic calendar for Burgin Independent School and it’s almost identical to the 2011-12 schedule, Superintendent Richard Webb said. Students will start classes Aug. 1, just one...
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email@example.comBURGIN — It’s fair to call Jill Montgomery a prom queen, even though she’s never officially been crowned with that honor. The Mercer County senior has earned the royal title not with boofed-up hair, knock-em dead dress, magnificent...
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The Winchester SunThe Clark County Board of Education Tuesday unanimously approved a revision to the BG1 construction document for the new George Rogers Clark High School to include phase two of the project, which will complete the Area Technology Center at the site....
LANCASTER — Garrard County students will begin and end classes two days earlier next year. During its meeting Tuesday, the Board of Education approved the 2012-13 academic calendar. Students start classes Aug. 8, while school personnel report Aug....
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By Karen Hatter Our calendars are packed full aren’t they? Personal calendars are used by many of us to track our appointments and schedules. If you closely examine one of these commercially printed calendars you may see little reminders noted on...
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