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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat makes something newsworthy? That is a question the Journal news staff asks itself each day. Each week we realize that with the many different stories we write, we’re probably going to ruffle someone’s feathers, simply because we...
email@example.comVictims in several counties, including Jessamine, are continuing to come forward with claims that a Lincoln County man arrested Tuesday took money after promising to repair their roofs but never showed up to do the work. Randal Lee Long, 27, of Stanford...
Samantha Maines GRC Samantha is an active member in many organizations and in her community. She is a member of several clubs including EGO, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society and Beta Club. She is also a starter on the Lady Cards...
Winchester Sun Publisher Scott Schurz announced last week that John Nelson has taken over supervision of the Winchester Sun newsroom effective Aug. 22. He succeeds Randy Patrick, who held the managing editor position since 2005. Nelson is executive editor...
Tags: Media Industry, Kentucky, Journalism
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn unassuming pillow sits in a chair facing an unassuming 95-year-old, the stitching on the cushion reflecting the work and the life of the elderly woman facing it: “If I’m sitting, I’m knitting.” The edges of the room are...
Tags: IBM, New York City, Trips and Vacations, Travel, Horace Mann
A decade ago, operatives of the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda, boarded planes at Boston's Logan Airport and began an operation that would shake our nation to its roots. The terrorists, several of whom had attended flight schools within the United...
The final game of the 1990 George Rogers Clark High School football season ended with an exciting, but disappointing, three-point loss to Laurel County. The Cardinals finished the year with a 7-3 record, but failed to make the playoffs. As we wrapped up...
Money magazine has named Danville No. 4 in its list of Top 25 places in the country to retire. Danville ranks in the top five on the list of United States cities along with No. 1 Marquette, Mich.; No. 2 Cape Coral, Fla.; No. 3 Boise, Idaho; and No. 5...
The Winchester Sun notified the local parks board Thursday of what the newspaper believes to be a violation of the state Open Meetings Act when the board conducted a closed session Monday. Before voting 4-2 in open session to allow the Winchester...
When I taught the 4-H dog program about 10 years ago, I occasionally was asked the types of work or careers available for someone interested in small pets and in particular dogs. At that time, I gave a short list of possible careers in animal science. In...
Stanford farmer Wendell Morris was selected as the next recipient of the $2,500 certificate for the “Idea of the Month” in Successful Farming magazine’s monthly feature. Morris was faced by the promising prospect of expanding his...
University Press of Kentucky’s forthcoming fall titles already are attracting attention from librarians. Library Journal, a leading trade magazine for librarians, has taken notice. In their next issue, as part of their coverage of the American...
Tags: Elections, Sociology, Awards and Prizes, Slavery, Adultery
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