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Guest ColumnistWhitesburg’s Mimi Pickering is a sincere, but misguided, local filmmaker. “The unregulated, market-driven approach to providing broadband has not worked for us,” Pickering wrote in a Lexington Herald-Leader article. Her “plot&...
Whitesburg’s Mimi Pickering is a sincere, but misguided, local filmmaker. “The unregulated, market-driven approach to providing broadband has not worked for us,” Pickering wrote in a Lexington Herald-Leader article. Her “plot&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — The most dangerous local road in Garrard County doesn't have the steepest hills or sharpest turns. "The road in our county with the most accidents is Fork Church Road, which is a little surprising because it’s one of our wider,...
email@example.comIf Jody Lassiter’s itinerary is any indication, there could be reason to have hope for a local economy that has suffered significant job losses and regularly seen unemployment numbers higher than the national average since 2008. “I’m...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle Fiscal Court gave final approval for a system officials say will bring county finances under one electronic bookkeeping system. Treasurer Mary Lynn Conley said the IntraSource system will streamline data entry and allow more thorough accounting....
THURSDAY — Every Thursday morning in February and March, the Wilmore Senior Community Center will offer “Matter of Balance” classes from 10 a.m. to noon. The class is free and open to the public. For more information, call 858-3865,...
State senatorThe 2011 General Assembly Session wrapped up on March 9 with both a success story and a disappointment. The Senate passed House Bill 463, a landmark bill that was the result of a long, thoughtful, and bipartisan study of the spiraling costs of...
Tetsuo Kawanishi woke up about 6 a.m. Friday, as he does every morning, and called home to his family in Japan. This morning there was no answer, so Kawanishi called again. And again. The result was the same. That’s when he opened his e-mail to...
Tags: Japan, Career and Workplace, Employees, Disasters, David Edwards
Garrard pageant scheduled in March The Little Miss, Pre-Teen and Teen Garrard County Pageant will be 2 p.m. March 19 at the First Baptist Church family life center in Lancaster. Deadline for entries is March 17. For more information or to register, go...
Tags: Paul Newman, Auction Service, Kentucky, Robert Redford
Custom carpenter David Life feels the rough edges, the nail holes, the distance between his fingers and the saw blade. He hears the healthy hum of machine motors and the banging when bolts wear out in his power tools. But slowly, slowly, he sees...
Matt Cushing, a student at Boyle County High School, designed a logo that will be used in the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Job Database Website. Members of the Chamber committee selected the design out of a pool of other...
Tags: Matt Cushing
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,...
Tags: Management Change, Texas, Prostitution, NPR, Radio
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