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January 1888 Our ice-house was partly filled with ice last week, of splendid quality, five inches thick. Unfortunately a thaw, accompanied by rains set in before we were able to complete the filling. The Christmas Holidays, so long looked forward to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA 17th-century story a power exec had used in speeches for years became the content of the book former Danville resident Greg Coker has written. “Building Cathedrals: The Power of Purpose” came about from that story. It wasn’t until...
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email@example.comJust one week before Kentucky voters will head to the polls, U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler made a campaign stop at Nicholasville’s McKechnie Vehicle Components on Tuesday morning to tout the accomplishments of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act...
Contributing WriterCould it be that one of the reasons Kentucky’s political leaders continue to kick the commonwealth’s can of unfunded pension liabilities down the road is because they are counting on a bailout from the federal government? Why not? If...
The Winchester SunWorld War II veteran Alvin Wilson Jr. couldn’t figure out how they pulled it off. More than 60 years after he was discharged from the U.S. Army following World War II, Wilson received his final medals from the war recently, in a ceremony that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPLEASANT HILL — Eunice Logan is passionate about Ben Chandler. In fact, you could fairly say she’s obsessed with the congressman from Kentucky’s Sixth District. Logan has devoted much of her life over the past two years to a one-woman...
LIBERTY — Hazel Marie Clements Brooks, 62, of Galloway, Ohio, died Wednesday. Born Dec. 27, 1948, in Clementsville, she was the daughter of the late Joseph Howard and Ellen Sevilla Woodrum Clements. She was retired from General Motors in Cincinnati....
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Ronald Reagan was a Democrat until he was 50. A union leader who revered Franklin D. Roosevelt, he became more conservative as his party was becoming more liberal. Frustrated with higher taxes, increasing regulation, and what he saw as an anti-business...
Tags: Mike Huckabee, Politics, Florida, Nebraska, Memorial Day
NEW CASTLE — Mary Lee Stivers Stevens, 88, of Louisville, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011. Born in Henry County, she was the daughter of the late Harvey and Geneva Burnett Stivers. She also lived in Danville. She retired from General...
email@example.comAlmost two years ago, Nicholasville-based McKechnie Vehicle Components was in dire straits financially because of the onset of the recession. In November 2009, McKechnie, which has manufactured products for the automotive industry for more than 60...
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