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LEXINGTON — The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is encouraging landowners, farmers and producers to visit their local NRCS office now to receive more information and apply for conservation technical assistance and possible...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Travis Rose, 27, first glimpsed Garrard County’s grand house on a hill in 1997. His grandmother, Shirley Miller, had spent years helping restore the dilapidated former home of Gov. William Owsley, and he traveled from Indiana to...
Only four players on the 2011-12 Lincoln County High School boys basketball roster have significant varsity experience, but that doesn’t mean that the most recent incarnation of the Patriots lacks veteran leadership or talent. Lincoln, led by...
Tags: Students, Football, Basketball, Forests, Teaching and Learning
At White Hall State Historic Site, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, with an emphasis on Victorian-era decorations and themes. “It’s basically a self-guided tour. We have the first and second floor of the house decorated, as...
Vaught's Views: Boyle County graduate Ian Loughry hoping school, internship in Australia leads to sports-related email@example.comIan Loughry didn’t mind extra work when he was helping Boyle County win state football championships from 2000-2003, and that can-do attitude continues to help him pursue a career in a sports-related public relations position. That’s why he&...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgPITTSBURGH (AP) — Bishops, nuns and rabbis are joining the environmental and social debate over natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region, and many are seeking a balance that reflects their congregations. "We have people's lives who are...
Tax cuts for the rich don't create jobs Editor: Our nation is on the brink of a financial crisis. In times of crisis, our nation must unite and work together. Everyone must sacrifice. The poor may have to give up food stamps. The sick may have to give...
The Winchester SunJay Bicknell said the business he operates with partner Adam Jackson wouldn’t be possible without the sacrifices made by the American military. “Mine and Adam’s philosophy is, ‘Only in America can you dream up something like...
In May, Hubert and Louise Sparks were surprised to find a rare albino robin under a big tree in their front yard. Imagine their surprise when, on Thursday, they found another one in the same place a month later. “We were getting ready to go to the...
Tags: Wildlife, Genes and Chromosomes
Republicans in Congress are aggressively attacking the Clean Water Act — a landmark 1970 law created the year after Ohio’s horrifically polluted Cuyahoga River spontaneously burst into flame. Ironically, these attacks — coupled with...
Only a few weeks into his six-year term as U.S. Senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul has gone off the tracks. He’d been putting the coal to the engine of the crazy train throughout his campaign, piling one embarrassing media disaster upon another, but...
email@example.comLike many gardeners, Nicholasville’s Jan Bennett year-in and year-out battled and put up with pesky weeds that would ravage her bounty. But about six years ago, Bennett started experimenting with indoor hydroponic growing, and on March 17, she...
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