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The Kentucky State BBQ Festival has been named a top 20 event in the United States by the Southeast Tourism Society for September 2013. The Southeast Tourism Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and developing tourism throughout...
A memorial comedy show celebrating the life of Danville native Holly Henson, and featuring nationally known comics Jim Wiggins and Bob Batch, will be held at 8 p.m. May 11 at the Pioneer Playhouse indoor stage. All proceeds from the event, which will...
Phyllis Lee Terry Phyllis Lee Terry, 65, died April 6, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. Born in Murray, Ky., she grew up in Louisville and raised her family in Danville. For many years, she was an executive with Danville’s Citizens National Bank...
The BookwormSpring cleaning is always a good thing. You find a lot of dirt when you’re scrubbing the corners of your house. You find a better mood when everything’s clean and tidy. And you find things you thought you’d lost and things you never...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgNiki Kinkade takes seriously community involvement in the Great American Brass Band Festival. The festival executive director emphasizes the GABBF is a community event. The GABBF committee simply directs the festival, she added. Since last year’...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Stanford Elementary School Principal Dan Story kicked off his birthday on Thursday by kicking off a pair of sensible flats and dancing in drag in front of hundreds of his students. After students successfully met a fundraising goal...
This Thursday evening, Clark County’s premier historian, Harry Enoch, will present the library’s Potluck Dinner Local History Program in the library’s community room about his newest book, “Pioneer Voices: Interviews with Early...
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For George Rogers Clark High School choir teacher Kasey Standridge, her first year of teaching hit a bump in the road when she had to switch musicals after beginning teaching the original selection. Standridge first began conducting “Legally...
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Yesterday, I sort of returned to the land of the living! With my home health nurse’s permission, I left our house and went to the Salida Hospital cafeteria for lunch. I swear, as I made my way down the long, red-carpeted hall leading to the...
A former Lexington mayor will spotlight that city’s Hunt-Morgan House at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the March 14 Second Thursday program at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. H. Foster Pettit, mayor of Lexington from 1972 to 1978 and a partner with Wyatt,...
Being Kentucky’s “taxpayer watchdog” is a role State Auditor Adam Edelen said he is glad to fulfill, saying he is happy to uncover wasteful spending and mismanagement on a daily basis. Edelen was one of two featured speakers Monday...
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