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The Washington PostNot long ago, officials here promoted their public schools at conventions and conferences across the state, printing newsletters detailing "the highlight of Newtown." The students were among the state's best; the teachers were highly rated. The town had...
Contributing WriterLast January, you loaded up. You loaded up on all the leftover, on-sale, clearance-priced Christmas wrapping paper you could lay your hands on. You bought Hanukkah bags, Santa wrap, gifty things with poinsettias and reindeer and holly, and you put it...
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email@example.comDavis Hawn said when he first met Booster, his golden labrador service dog, the animal was just a puppy, trapped in a car and near death. It was a mirror of his own life, because Hawn said he was at one of the lowest points in his life and he was...
Contributing WriterPeggy Butler’s military experience covers a lot of ground including helping build a hospital in the desert during the Gulf War. A nurse with 21 years of military experience, the Danville woman first worked in a hospital near San Francisco where...
The Winchester SunFor 11 years, Bill Roberts spent his summers resting, then preparing for another year of teaching special education and arts and humanities at George Rogers Clark High School. That’s what he was doing midway through the summer of 2011, until a...
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Contributing ColumnistI am sure most of us have heard of post traumatic stress disorder as it relates to our soldiers returning home. However, have any of us considered that our pets can suffer from this disorder if they are exposed to the damage of a tornado or an earthquake?...
Tags: Physiology, Pets, Science and Technology, Science
firstname.lastname@example.orgGloria Kriausky’s hands — it’s like they’re doing a dance all the time, she says with them. They’re either signing or cutting. Born deaf, Gloria, 38, is a graduate of Kentucky School for the Deaf and has worked her way...
NationalDepression Screening Day is typically held on the Thursday during Mental Health Awareness Week in October. Many on-line activities will be available on Thursday, Oct. 6. What is a depression screening? A screening is simply a medical test...
Journal ColumnistFlags will fly, parades will pass, and the post office and banks will close. Veterans Day has become a part of the fabric of American life, and it should always be so. I’ve long been an Andy Rooney fan, mostly because I always thought that one...
Heritage Hospice Inc. will host its fourth annual Veterans Day luncheon Friday at the National Guard Armory in Danville. All veterans and their guests in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer counties are invited to the free fish dinner. Many door prizes...
email@example.comThe Veteran’s Appreciation Day luncheon at the National Guard Armory has grown into the largest event of its kind in the area to recognize what veterans did for their countries in the past, but this year added attention was paid to the issues that...
As my colleagues and I began the second week of the 2011 special session, we were still uncertain whether we would be able to accomplish our foremost mission: addressing our $166 million Medicaid budget shortfall. With the House approving one version...
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