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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Kentucky Soil and Water Conservation Commission has made changes to the Kentucky Soil Erosion and Water Quality Cost-share Program administered by the 121 conservation districts in the state. The commission is now allowing conservation districts...
The Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Department’s Haunted Swamp event more than tripled its attendance after only one year. In 2011, about 120 people went through the haunted house and swamp at the College Park Gym. This year, Parks and...
The Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Department hopes to have something for everyone this Halloween. With three different events taking place simultaneously at the College Park facility, the community can expect everything from a traditional...
Winchester will receive a $9,789 grant for a four-acre wetland construction project along Town Branch from the 2012 American Water Environmental Grant Program. “The project will help remove pathogens, metals, sediment and nutrients from storm water...
The Winchester SunThe City of Winchester will receive more than $9,000 in grants to construct six wetlands as part of the Town Branch Restoration Project. Bluegrass PRIDE, a non-profit organization that gives environmental resources and information to local governments in...
For the second year, Winchester/Clark County Parks and Recreation will turn the Health and Wellness Center and swimming pool into a haunted swamp Saturday, Oct. 29. The Halloween event, held for the first time last year, was a big hit with children and...
Visitors to the Haunted Swamp worry about what is ahead of them as they were their creepy stalkers as they slowly make their way through the Halloween exhibit at Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Health and Wellness Center Saturday evening, top...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Willis M. Floyd, administrator of the Lavonne D. Clark estate, to George R. Teater, .509 of an acre on U.S. 127, Junction City, $11,000. Donna J. and Jeffrey M. Schultz...
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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...
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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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler came to town Monday bearing over-sized federal checks for programs in Lincoln, Garrard and other counties in the 6th Congressional District. Only these checks were a little smaller than they used to be, about the...
The Winchester Music Club started the new year by meeting at Beverly White Towers, Maple Street, with the residents for an evening of gospel music on Friday, Jan. 25. William Cooper presided and Cecil Garrett read the collect followed by the group...
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