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Bart D. Ehrman, a prominent figure in religious studies, will speak at 7 p.m. today in Newlin Hall on the Centre College campus. Ehrman’s talk coincides with a poster display celebrating the anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible in...
Dr. Nancy Dale Peel, 80, of Winchester passed away Sunday, Feb. 17, at her home. Dr. Peel was born in Nicholasville on April 28, 1932, to the late Bob and Bonnie Hatton Peel. She earned bachelor-of-science and master-of-science degrees in elementary...
Dr. Nancy Dale Peel, 80, of Winchester, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, at her home. Dr. Peel was born in Nicholasville on April 28, 1932, to the late Bob and Bonnie Hatton Peel. She earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degree in...
Guest ColumnistLaw-enforcement officials again are cautioning elderly Kentuckians about financial scams, warning: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” A similar disclaimer could also be applied to the continual inundation of rosy claims...
The United Way of the Bluegrass pushed forward a program last week that it hopes will unify Central Kentucky and recognize the individuals who make their communities tick. And the United Way is seeking help from the people of nine counties in the area,...
There is not a candidate in the Oct. 11 debate who can beat Barack Obama. Yet there is a Republican candidate out there who can not only beat Barack Obama but is the very catalyst this country needs to turn it around. Buddy Roemer, Republican candidate...
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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of Houston professor David Mikics will present a convocation focused on William Shakespeare Thursday at Centre College. In his lecture, Mikics will connect Shakespeare’s sonnets to his plays, showing how in the sonnets Shakespeare...
Clark County voters followed the majority of voters statewide Tuesday in re-electing Democrat Gov. Steve Beshear to a second term as he handily defeated Republican challenger David Williams. Clark County’s voter turnout surpassed expectations,...
Since the tragedy in Tucson on Saturday, there has been endless talk about violent rhetoric in the media and how it may be contributing to actual violence by people who come unhinged. I don’t know whether Tucson shooter Jared Loughner’s anti-...
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email@example.comLANCASTER — After eyeing a run for Kentucky secretary of state this year, Judge-Executive John Wilson has decided to stay put in Garrard County for now. “While I am confident in the ability of my party to nominate an individual who can...
Casey library plans gardening workshop The Casey County Public Library will have an encore gardening workshop, 10 a.m., Tuesday at the library. Because of the popularity of the program, “Fast Food: From Seed to Plate in just 6 Weeks,” will be...
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