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Asbury UniversityMost days, Carol Norton puts on her black pants, lavender button-down and black Taco Bell hat. “I think (I’m) just like most people,” she said. “For the most part, I want to go to work every day; that’s just our human...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMost Danville and Lancaster area farmers fared better than expected in 2012 and should have a very profitable 2013, according to Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner James Comer. “In this region of Kentucky, they suffered a mild drought but It wasn&...
Contributing WriterFarmers markets are a great way to get locally grown, environmentally friendly food during the warmer months, but as the days get colder, roadside markets close up shop for the year. But did you know that, as Thanksgiving approaches, buying local is...
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The Clark County Health DepartmentCeliac Disease Awareness Day is Sept. 13. Celiac disease is an abnormal immune system response that damages the intestines. Symptoms can vary widely from going unnoticed to impacting daily life. They include, gas, abdominal swelling, bloating, abnormal...
LOUISVILLE — The Monroe Zimmerman family of Casey County earned the 2012 Kentucky Dairy Quality Award and the Lee Robey family of Logan County won the Kentucky Dairy Production Award. The Robey and Zimmerman farms were among those honored during...
LOUISVILLE — The outstanding overall and Kentucky dairy products exhibitor at the Kentucky State Fair was Winchester Farms Dairy. The Lee Robey family of Logan County won the Kentucky Dairy Production Award, and the Monroe Zimmerman family of...
Fortunately, every day a client will ask me what they should feed their new puppy or kitten. If you are a pet owner you can’t help but notice the plethora of pet foods to choose from at most retail stores including the grocery store. The two or...
Ale-8-One Bottling Company and Kentucky Eagle signed a distribution agreement to expand Kentucky’s soft drink to restaurant and bar accounts. The limited agreement covers approximately 300 bar and restaurant accounts in Fayette, Madison and Scott...
Ephraim McDowell President/CEO speaks at national conference Vicki A. Darnell, president and CEO of Ephraim McDowell Health, was a featured speaker at the 2012 American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) national conference in Boston. Darnell...
A $1.5 million tax incentive through the Kentucky Business Investment program means that 94 new jobs will be coming to Nicholasville, according to Gov. Steve Beshear. Beshear was on hand Monday, joining community leaders and company officials from SMC...
Professor Emeritus, Centre College, and Jacobs Hall Museum volunteerIn 1874, Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, The Kentucky Deaf-Mute, to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from 1874 to 2004 with only a name...
RICHMOND — Eastern Kentucky University professor Marie Mitchell and fellow Kentucky author Rebecca Mitchell Turney will perform four newly-discovered Shaker hymns Saturday at Pleasant Hill, as part of a special Shaker Music Day celebration.“...
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