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Nurses join HospiceRegistered nurses Tammy Graham, Emily Buntain and Kari Carideo have joined Heritage Hospice Inc.Graham, who has been a nurse for four years and in the medical field for 17 years, will work in admissions. She is a graduate of Midway...
The Cane Ridge Meeting House, built by a group of early Kentucky settlers in 1791 in Bourbon County and believed to be the largest one-room log structure standing in North America, will be the focus of the 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Second Thursday program at...
Staff WriterMitch Abrams had a crazy ride up the corporate ladder. Business First of Louisville has named him in this year's “40 under 40,” which lists the best young executives who work in the Louisville area. Abrams graduated from Boyle County High...
As a graduate of National College in Danville, I understand that continuing education is costly, and some may say that the cost doesn’t justify the means. I however, believe that given our advanced technology it is important to have a college...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAmerica’s Car-Mart opens on U.S. 27 Jessamine County residents now have another business to visit when shopping for a car. America’s Car-Mart opened a new branch at 2276 Lexington Road last week. The company hosted a grand-opening celebration...
I am a National College student, and I have put a lot of hard work and time into my education. It disappoints me that politicians are making injurious statements about my school, which is in turn giving the institution a bad name in the public eye....
CASA at Woodlawn announces new directorCASA at Woodlawn, a non-profit organization serving Boyle and Mercer Counties in Central Kentucky, announces Laura Guerrant has been selected as its new director. Guerrant will advance CASA at Woodlawn’s...
Polson bears American flag at Wilmore’s Olympics West Jessamine High School graduate and University of Kentucky basketball player Jarrod Polson was the American flag bearer at Wilmore Elementary’s “OOVOTO” (Our Own Version Of The...
To the editor: As a medical doctor and surgeon here in Jessamine County, I am disappointed that our state legislature and our governor have passed Senate Bill 110, which will allow optometrists to perform surgery. In stark contrast to optometrists,...
Guest columnistAttorney General Jack Conway named concern over inability to transfer credits as one of the primary reasons for his “investigation” into for-profit colleges in Kentucky. The attorney general has directly linked this issue to that of...
This incredible debate we are having seems misguided and desperate. Shame on Sen. Mitch McConnell for turning “the good of the people” into an anti-mining debate. The Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act were created to protect citizens...
Culps, Grand ‘Ole Place Farms exhibit champion cattle Kelsey Culp of Nicholasville exhibited the Chiangus Late Junior Heifer Calf Champion, Ard Ridge Sweet 080X PCA, at the 2010 ACA National Show Nov. 17 in Louisville. The April 10, 2010, daughter...
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