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Contributing WriterEditor’s note: This the first of a two-part series about Jacqueline Amber Lewis, who was among the first settlers in the Forkland community in Western Boyle County. Jaqueline Amber Lewis, a pioneer who came west from Virginia in early 1800, owned...
email@example.comWith walls decorated by memorabilia from the likes of John Travolta and Elizabeth Taylor and structures built and furnished over 63 theater seasons, it’s easy to imagine why the TV show “American Pickers” might be attracted to Pioneer...
Dec. 31, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. V.L. DeStain and Mrs. W.T. Wood of Indianapolis, Ind., were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Horton of Short Street. The Rev. and Mrs. James Hume Rucker and children Jim, Julie and Margaret have returned to their...
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Clark County Public LibraryI’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is this week is one of the biggest weeks of the year at the library. It’s our ninth annual Local History Week, and it’s one of the best ever. On Monday, L. Henry Dowell told the...
Several Clark County students were among those named to the recently released Bluegrass Community and Technical College spring dean’s list. Students from Clark County included: Justin Allen Abner Nina Abner Tonya Marie Adams Hope L. Albino Jacob...
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Contributing columnistElizabeth Taylor was born in 1932. So was I. In 1956, Elizabeth was 24 years old. So was I. In August 1956, Elizabeth was in Danville. So was I. On a hot August afternoon, she was at the corner of Third Street and Lexington Avenue. So was I. The...
SO YOU KNOW Elizabeth Taylor’s star blazed brightly in Danville during the summer of 1956, when she came to town with fellow stars Montgomery Clift, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Marvin and Rod Taylor for the filming of the Civil War epic “Raintree...
firstname.lastname@example.orgW.L. “Bill” Crabtree scribbled his first poem at the bottom of a letter, while writing home from Vietnam. It came to him in an instant, the image of his wife, Betty Jane, peering over her half-covered shoulder, those Elizabeth Taylor lashes,...
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Imagine wandering around the Gamble House, flashlight in hand, shining a bright beam on the carvings in the living room friezes and peering into closets and bathrooms. These are not the sorts of liberties you generally get to take on a tour of the famed...
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Though it may be accurate to say that Marisa Silver's novel "Mary Coin" was inspired by Dorothea Lange's iconic Depression-era "Migrant Mother" photograph, it does not do justice to this extraordinary work of fiction. Silver infuses the vague outlines...
Channel Guide MagazineIn celebration of the General Hospital 50th anniversary next week, SOAPnet is airing a 50-hour marathon of classic General Hospital episodes starting Friday, March 29, at 10pm ET/PT and running through Monday, April 1, at 12am ET/PT. The marathon kicks...
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