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email@example.comAn early-morning fire severely damaged the second floor of the Jessamine County Property Valuation Building Friday, located at 116 N. Main St., directly across from the Jessamine County Courthouse annex building. The blaze was discovered by a Kentucky...
Tags: Arson, CVS Corp., Heavy Engineering
With the start of a new year comes new year’s resolutions for many people. Whether it’s eating healthy, getting more exercise or committing to finishing a household project, our goals are usually to improve our lives. What if this year, we...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith federal regulation looming and local leaders looking toward future needs, the city of Danville is in the early stages of what likely will be the town’s most expensive municipal project ever. In addition to shoring up an aging facility, the...
By Michael Broihier They started out going after old cars but they ended up getting stories, lots of stories, and the men behind Resurrection Rodz, brothers Jayme and Rodman Phillips, Jackie Ray and Matt Belcher will bend your ear if you’re lucky...
By Nancy Leedy Lincoln County’s standout runners Alex Bunch and Brian Carlson were both rewarded for their efforts in cross country competition this past fall with their selection to the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association’s...
For Food on the TableThe holiday season wouldn’t be complete without homemade baked goods. These tasty treats are not possible without one key ingredient, leaveners. To help you through this holiday baking season, utilize the information below and learn all about...
Tags: Pumpkin, Electrical Appliance, Salt, Baking Soda, Baking Powder
For Food on the TableGrapes have a history that date back thousands of years and are one of the earliest cultivated fruits. First harvested by Greeks for wine-making, the Romans later developed different grape varieties. Today, there are more than 8,000 varieties of grapes...
Using a phrase my mom used to say, “It’s about all over with, but the shouting,” to describe how I feel about the last days before Christmas. Everything is wrapped up and waiting to be opened at our house for some excited little...
JOHN ROBERT BROOKS JR. John Robert Brooks Jr., 86, of Richmond, formerly of Winchester, husband of Emma Ruth Lawson Brooks, passed away on Monday, Dec. 19, 2011, at his home. Mr. Brooks was born in Clark County on Nov. 2, 1925, to the late John R....
email@example.comThree days after two separate fires broke out near Stellar Street in Nicholasville, firefighters responded to another blaze across the railroad tracks on Wichita Drive. The blaze began in the laundry room at 600 Wichita Drive on the afternoon of Dec. 28,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate fell to 9.4 percent in November 2011 from 9.6 percent in October 2011, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce...
email@example.comLIBERTY — Now that Sam Marple has the one job he always wanted, he realizes that he also has his hands full. The former Casey County player and assistant coach couldn’t be happier about getting his first shot as a head coach at his alma...
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