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email@example.comSTANFORD — A dust-up over prayer at Lincoln County High School's upcoming graduation ceremony has ruffled feathers and garnered national headlines, but some involved say the real issues at hand seem to be getting lost in a sea of misinformation....
Contributing ColumnistA recent Gallup survey shows Hillary Clinton with a 64% favorability rating. She is the clear favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. But why is Hillary so popular? She came on the national scene in 1992 as presidential...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — Some local lawmakers are relieved that a proposal to draw new boundary lines around House districts was among a litany of high-profile bills that didn’t survive the legislative session that ended Tuesday night, but legislators warn...
Officers have been named for Wilderness Trace Community Foundation. Stephen A. Dexter will serve as chairman. He is an attorney and shareholder with the law firm of Sheehan, Barnett, Dean, Pennington, Little and Dexter P.S.C. He is a Danville native and...
Guest ColumnistFifty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional the devotional use of the Bible by public schools, in its ruling on Abington Township v. Schempp. But many school districts in the Lone Star State still haven’t gotten the...
Tags: Education, Bible, Schools, Religious Texts, Religion and Belief
Let’s start the New Year with a conundrum as old as the Republic: When religious convictions clash with secular laws, how far should government go to accommodate religious claims of conscience? From Colonial conflicts over the refusal of Quakers...
email@example.comThe tradition of beginning Danville City Commission meetings with a prayer will continue, though Boyle County Fiscal Court decided last week to remove prayer from its meetings and instead have a “moment of silence.” The manner in which city...
Editor’s Note: The following is a press release from Centre College. On Oct. 5, 2000, Centre College in Danville — population 16,000 — became the smallest campus in the smallest community ever to host a general election debate, an...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County resident, Barbara Jane “Janey” Moores, founder, president and CEO of BJM and Associates, Inc., was the recipient of the fifth annual Central Kentucky Athena Leadership Award presented by Distinguished Young Women of Kentucky...
Tags: Ruth Bader Ginsburg
email@example.comThe man arrested for refusing to come down from a tree during last week’s vice-presidential debate at Centre College has had the criminal charges against him dropped and plans to hold a pro-life rally Saturday in Danville. Rives Grogan, 47, said...
A recent letter in The Advocate-Messenger by Mr. Gil Russell titled “Be careful who you vote for” hits the nail on the head as an old saying goes! He is absolutely correct — it is like another saying — be careful what you ask for,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne of Centre College’s most prestigious — and long deceased — alumni was paraded through campus Tuesday all the way to a prime spot at the Norton Center for the Arts, the site for Thursday’s vice-presidential debate. “The...
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