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The George Rogers Clark High School choir will host a special concert and chili cook-off Thursday, Oct. 25 a the school cafeteria at 5 p.m. The menu includes different types of chili, along with bread, desserts, coffee, tea and water. Several soloists...
email@example.comThere is a budding star in Jessamine County shining out like the blue moon of Kentucky but not yet big enough to fill out a pair of size-6 cowboy boots. The peewee performer's name is Jonathan Scott Rader Wilson of High Brdige, and at only 7 years old he...
Country music stars are nothing new at the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival’s Sunday night concert at Lykins Park. Well known entertainers like Sugarland and Keith Urban have performed in the past, and this year’s headliner, Hunter Hayes,...
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...
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Thursday at 7 p.m., local author and historian Harry Enoch will present a program about the history and culture of Clark County’s stretch of the Kentucky River. Harry is one of our most popular speakers. Harry walks his talk, literally. He is a...
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The Winchester SunA recent George Rogers Clark High School graduate will soon add seven new countries to her passport pages, thanks to her long dedication to music. Lindsey Hannan, a five-year veteran of the GRC Marching Band, is one of about 200 student musicians...
Ronn Crowder along with the Rawhide Band capped off a great Spring Concert Series on a perfect evening Saturday at Rock Fence Park. The Free Concert Series resumes in Wilmore On The Green beginning July 7 with the Reel World String Band: American roots...
Tags: Music, Entertainment
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile Nicholasville Elementary School is undergoing its comprehensive renovation next year, students will be working on building a brand new Nicholasville Elementary — in Africa. Music teacher Matt Sanders has started the “U.S. to Africa&...
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The Winchester SunDancer’s Pointe owner/operator Danielle Bridgewater expects to see plenty of celebrities at her studio’s annual spring recital this weekend. From Ryan Seacrest toLady Gaga, the theme, “Lights! Camera! Action!”, means dancers...
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Music instructor Jacqueline Kohl believes there is nothing quite as fun as getting groups of people together to sing. For years, Kohl, who owns and operates Winchester’s Cardinal Music Conservatory, has encouraged her students to share their...
Contributing columnistThe Brass Band buzz is winding down today, and it’s time to start thinking about summer activities. The Community Arts Center is bringing back a popular camp. Arts camp Arts Exploration Camp is back this year and will offer hands-on arts...
Tags: Music, Arts, Entertainment, Edvard Munch, Arts and Culture
email@example.comAt noon Thursday, a 3-year-old band with strong ties to Jessamine County will take the stage for a second year at the Christian festival in their own backyard. Absalom Absalom began in March 2009 when Stephen Gallutia, Andrew Foster and Gideon Maki...
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