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Contributing WriterAre you getting spring fever yet? You can recognize it by the overwhelming desire to get outside and enjoy the new signs of spring. Here in Kentucky, spring may be late arriving, but it still is a great time to get out and enjoy nature. If a nice...
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100 Years Ago - 1913 The People’s Bank of Perryville has just received a large shipment of the new nickel five-cent piece from the United States Treasury. Cashier C.D. Minor came to Danville by automobile and carried the coins back to Perryville....
I’ve often mentioned the display cases in the front foyer of the Library, but the other day as I was walking through the Youth Department, I realized I had forgotten to mention display cases there that also deserve monthly attention. Really, if...
One year ago today I wrote a column with the heading of “It takes Grace to Light a Mountain.” It was about how the people of this little town of Salida decorate the entire front side of the mountain called Christmas Mountain so that it looks...
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FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Historical Society will present the 2012 Kentucky History Awards in a ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Old State Capitol, 300 W. Broadway, downtown. Among the recipients will be Alberta Moynahan, who works at the...
email@example.comThe idea for the trip began last year when the family was doing day hiking at Natural Bridge State Resort Park. On a back trail, they came across the symbol of a turtle on a white diamond — the insignia of Sheltowee Trace. “I started...
My friend Emily sent me an email this morning. How did she know how much I needed just that particular message? Isn’t that the thing about good friends — how they seem to know what we need and when we need it? This email is a video about...
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WEST GLACIER, Mont. (AP) — Bone fragments found in Glacier National Park last summer were those of a Kentucky seminary student who went missing during a planned 100-mile solo backcountry hike in August 2008, park officials said last week. The...
100 YEARS AGO — 1912 The large mercantile establishment of W.C. Surber in Junction City was broken into and robbed. Several pairs of shoes, a lot of flour, and other articles were taken. The burglars gained entry by breaking out one of the large...
HORSE CAVE — Kentucky Repertory Theatre will begin its 2012 spring season with Eric Coble’s adaptation of Lois Lowry’s popular novel, “The Giver.” The main stage production, directed by producing artistic consultant Ken Neil...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilmore native Joshua Descoteaux is one of 50 finalists to be a contestant in the 2012 Major Leauge Baseball Fan Cave, a concept that started last year and mixes baseball with music, popular culture, media, interactive technology and art. More than 22,000...
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