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100 YEARS AGO 1913 Boyle County Fiscal Court unanimously accepted the bid of the Danville Construction Company to erect the new workhouse. Attorneys have advised the court and the Danville City Council to begin work on the workhouse regardless of the...
email@example.comThe city of Danville’s insurance carrier paid to settle a lawsuit filed by former city commissioner Ryan Owens, a settlement the insurance company attempted to keep secret. According to the settlement agreement, which The Advocate-Messenger...
GRCHS journalism students interview local business owners to find out how their companies continue to prosperGeorge Rogers Clark High School journalism students had a unique opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience with success by reaching out into their community. As staff members of Smoke Signals, the high school newspaper, they were assigned...
100 YEARS AGO 1913 Two ladies came to Danville this week from Indiana and had the body of the man who was recently found dead on the Cincinnati Southern Railway exhumed. One of the ladies had lost her husband and reached the conclusion that the man...
Starting tomorrow, The Advocate-Messenger will join a growing list of newspapers that charge for unlimited access to their websites. The costs will be reasonable and those who subscribe to the printed edition will get a significant discount. We’re...
Our central Kentucky newspapers, The Advocate-Messenger, the Interior Journal, the Jessamine Journal and the Winchester Sun, have proudly served our communities for more than 150 years. Our length of service is due in part to an unrelenting adherence to...
PublisherOur central Kentucky newspapers — The Advocate-Messenger, The Interior Journal, The Jessamine Journal and The Winchester Sun, have proudly served our communities for more than 150 years. Our length of service is due in part to an unrelenting...
Publisher, The Interior JournalThe Interior Journal has proudly served our Lincoln County community for more than 150 years. Our length of service is due in part to an unrelenting adherence to our core values by producing content and services that add value to the lives of our...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMany people are having to adjust their budgets to get more bang for their buck in today’s economy. The same is true for many local businesses when it comes to advertising. Many local businesses are beginning to use sign holders or flippers to...
AP Special CorrespondentWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney despite a weak economy that plagued his first term and put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions. In victory, he...
email@example.comAfter months of brutal attack ads from 6th District U.S. Representative candidates Ben Chandler and Andy Barr glutting the Lexington television airwaves, many area voters are understandably confused when they are told they won't be voting for either...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County has much to offer, and Sunday, the public library invited residents to come out and “Explore” the options, community relations coordinator Heather Reynolds said. “Explore is our annual advertising campaign,”...
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