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firstname.lastname@example.orgI’ve had my fair share of holiday memories, whether it be Thanksgiving or Christmas. Growing up, Thanksgiving was a special time, one where my dad spent much of the day getting the turkey and other goodies ready. It was also a day that we...
email@example.comThe line of humanity stretched from the Nicholasville Kohl’s front door all the way to the Sam’s Club gas station as hundreds of Black Friday shoppers sought to find early Christmas season deals. “I’m looking for toys, clothes...
Contributing WriterMy, oh my, no time for sweet potato pie this Thanksgiving. We’ve got to rush out and catch the sales at Walmart, Toys R Us, and Sears by 8 p.m., Target by 9 p.m., then Macy’s, Kohl’s, and Best Buy at midnight. And oh yes, thank you Kmart...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the midst of the hectic commercialism that has engulfed the weekend following Thanksgiving, specifically the Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions, a day has been designated to promote the small businesses in communities nationwide. This includes...
This year’s Black Friday shoppers were split into two distinct groups: those who wanted to fall into a turkey-induced slumber and those who’d rather shop instead. Stores typically open in the wee hours of the morning on the day after...
email@example.comBy 6 a.m. today, hundreds of people packed the parking lot and stores in Danville Manor, especially JCPenney. “Black Friday” is the busiest shopping day of the year and people of all ages tend to flock to stores in the pre-dawn hours in...
Tags: Holidays, Walmart, Religious Festivals
Sun Sports EditorThanksgiving is more than talking turkey. It’s more than the Black Friday. It even goes beyond football. Just like the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day is a big part of our American heritage, passed down from generations who took time out to give...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHere we are, about to tumble right into the holiday season and by the end of the week, the holiday shopping frenzy goes into full force. Are you ready? Some shoppers, self included, have gracefully bowed out of the traditional Black Friday shopping and...
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At the end of last week’s column, I mentioned that this week I’d fill you in on the details of the Black Friday Book Sale the library will be having at the end of this week. So, here are the details. This coming Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23-...
email@example.comWhether fighting fires or getting a cat down from a tree, Nicholasville firefighters have the reputation of being helpful. That helpfulness doesn’t stop during the Christmas season as members of the Nicholasville Fire Department will pitch in to...
Tags: Holidays, Walmart, Religious Festivals, Christmas
Never take “common knowledge” for granted. I learned that, again, the other day when one of our best and most frequent patrons, Randall Milburn, came in to ask me to order a book that he wanted to donate to the collection. After I...
Tags: Holidays, Libraries, Arts and Culture, Thanksgiving
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