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Of all the Lisletown residents, the Bell family had by far the longest tenure. George Bell was the first; he purchased a two-acre lot there in 1884. He was followed by succeeding generations until his great-great-grandchildren left and moved to Winchester...
HARRODSBURG — A series of holiday escapes are being offered this season at Beaumont Inn. Three distinct packages offer guests the chance to experience the inn’s antiques and heirlooms, which are made even more beautiful when decked in holiday...
Local business collects food donations for pantry Throughout November, OneMain Financial in Danville will be collecting non-perishable food to help feed those in need throughout the community. The collected food will be donated to Harvesting Hope Food...
Never forget what happened on Nov. 13, 2001 To the editor, If any of the citizens of this county care, Nov. 13, 2011, marked the 10-year anniversary of two deputies killed in the line of duty. It is amazing to me that there wasn’t any kind of...
The Winchester SunAfter one trip to Africa, Jennifer Watson knew she had to find a way to go back. A three-week trip to Kenya last summer has turned into a three-year teaching stint for the Hannah McClure teacher. “Once Iżgot back, I just loved the country, and I...
Latest Jean Brody column was a hoot To the Sun: I just read Mrs. Jean Brody’s “View from the Hill” and couldn’t contain my laughter as I continued to read. At the time, I’m sure she was nervous and scared, as I was...
When my friend Elizabeth’s dad decided to take a new job in another state, her parents went on a frantic cleaning frenzy to get their house ready for a new owner. That’s how we ended up going through a shoebox labeled “sophomore year&...
Even during the best of times, opening your own business is a gamble against the odds. Three out of every 10 new businesses fail within two years, and half are gone within five years, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. When the economy...
Tags: Business, Elections, Homes, Small Businesses, Kentucky
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — Joker Phillips is rested and ready to go. The Kentucky coach said Tuesday that his wife, Leslie, “kidnapped” him last week and took him to a spa in Arizona for a much-needed week off to get ready for spring practice, which...
Tags: Baseball Injuries, Sports
Brackett joins Touch Therapy Kathy Brackett, a nationally certified and Kentucky-licensed massage therapist, has joined Touch Therapy, 224 Jane Trail, next to Walmart. Brackett studied massage at Spencerian College in Lexington. During college, she...
Isaiah House adds staff The Isaiah House announces the hiring of James Lathery as case worker health and finance specialist. Lathery lives in Lexington, and attended Eastern Kentucky University. He will be overseeing the students’ financial and...
Tags: Elections, Human Interest, Kentucky, Ed Whitfield, Politics
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Marco Budny of Nicholasville recently completed Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline. During the course with Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, N.Y., Budny received instruction about nuclear theory, chemistry,...
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