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The Winchester SunFormer Clark County circuit clerk Arthur “Whitey” Walson was recognized Tuesday for his contribution to organ and tissue donation in Kentucky. Walson was instrumental in the creation of the Kentucky Trust for Life with the Kentucky Association...
email@example.comMore than 300 people gathered at Wesley Village in Wilmore on Wednesday, Sept. 28 to dedicate a new building on the senior living community’s campus. Holloway Cottage, a small home for memory care recently constructed at Wesley Village, is the...
PLEASANT HILL — Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is pleased to announce the appointment of Maynard Crossland as president and CEO, effective immediately. The Illinois native previously led the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, a state agency...
Henderson awarded scholarship Joshua Henderson has received a Kentucky Grocers Association/Kentucky Association of Convenience Stores scholarship in participation with The Kroger Co. and the Kentucky Grocers Education Foundation. Henderson is a 2010...
Attending commission meetings has been appalling for me because of the antagonism and animosity displayed by citizens and organizations for which I have previously had respect. There have been some very disappointing revelations. There is an inordinate...
Blood Drive scheduled From noon to 5 p.m. April 6, the Kentucky Blood Center Bloodmobile will be at 445 W. Main St. to collect blood donations. Those wanting to donate blood can call 1-800-775-2522 or visit www.kybloodcenter.org for blood drive and...
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Patients who normally use the Clark Regional Immediate Care Center for their medical needs will temporarily have to look elsewhere. Clark Regional Medical Center CEO Kathy Love announced Friday that Clark Immediate Care will close its doors at 5 p.m....
The Winchester SunTim Janes,an eighth-grade teacher at Calvary Christian School who has worked in politics and government, was hired Tuesday to serve as the new director of Winchester First. The position opened at the end of February when former director Lara...
Chrys Jones of Centre College has been voted the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association South/Southeast Region male indoor field athlete of the year. Jones, a senior from Harrodsburg, will be trying to win his second indoor national...
Centre College has named Michael P. Strysick its new director of communications. Strysick will succeed Mike Norris, who has worked in the communications office for almost 31 years and in December indicated his plans to retire. Strysick was chosen from...
Congressional Republicans are all aflutter with the perceived opportunity given them last week to defund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), particularly its radio branch, National Public Radio (NPR). Ambush journalist Michael O’Keefe,...
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The Winchester SunThe Clark County Board of Education will remain under the same leadership this year after current board chairwoman Judy Hicks and vice chairwoman Debbie Fatkin were unanimously elected to continue in those positions at the board’s first meeting of...
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