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Michael Dobbs Michael is involved in many school activities. He currently is serving as the president of the Clark County FFA chapter, after serving as reporter the previous year. Michael received the Star Greenhand Award, which is given in recognition...
The Kentucky Historical Society and The Balagula Theatre company are joining forces to celebrate literature, history and theatre with a special showing of “The Woman in Black” at 8 p.m. Monday at Natasha’s Bistro in Lexington. A...
email@example.comThis column marks another milestone for me, as it is my 800th Net Xpress column. As a young child, my dream was to become a school teacher but, there was a slightly different plan waiting for me in life. Even so, in a way, this column actually has become...
First Baptist Church Black History event First Baptist Church, 37 N. Highland St., will have its annual Black History Program on Sunday, Feb. 27, at 5 p.m. in the Family Life Center. The youth group will perform a skit, “Called to Worship,”...
Soul food and songs at Greater St. James Greater St. James C.M.E. Church, 410 W. Washington St., will host a special Black History Month program Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The Voices of Basadia from Lexington will perform. A soul food dinner will follow the...
Did you know that in 1929 Kentucky School for the Deaf purchased a custom-made school bus to take students on outings and to ball games? It had seats along the sides to allow the students to communicate with each other across the aisle. Did you know that...
Savanna Beauchamp Barnett - High School: Mercer County Senior High School - Achievements: Two-time state finalist with the MCSHS Marching Band, ranked No. 1 in the girls singles division of the Central Kentucky Tennis Series for two years, A and A-B...
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Boyle library to be ‘Shanghai’d’ Friends of the Boyle County Library will host “Shanghai: 1920s Flappers to 2010s Tycoons” 7 p.m. Thursday in the library community room. Program presenter Kyle Anderson is a student...
Los Angeles Times Television CriticOh, nature, so near and yet so far: the thing we live in and deny, worship and destroy. The nagging conscience of our modern dystopian times! It is spiritually useful to be reminded that there is a world of animals that -- for the moment, at least --...
Tags: Wildlife, BBC, Landforms, Hans Zimmer, Action (Movie Genre)
From Inside the Box"The Greatest Event in Television History" will return for a second installment on June 6, and a new photo of stars Adam Scott and Amy Poehler indicates the next homage will be "Hart to Hart."...
How many sporting events have you actually attended in the last 12 months? Because we are not in the same room (at least I hope not because I'm not properly dressed for company,) I cannot be sure of your answer. But I am guessing that the majority would...
Over the last few years, as ratings for cable networks like AMC and TLC have surged, their brand identities have shifted just as dramatically. History, the channel that five years ago was known for its dusty old World War II documentaries, is now better...
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